A Growing-Moat Company With Serious Upside

Medical-waste extraction and disposal may not sound like the most glamorous of businesses. But it's a $15 billion highly regulated market that's growing by leaps and bounds, thanks to the medical needs of the baby boomers and their soaring demand for medical devices and disposals. One little-known company is making serious headway in the market, growing its already large and loyal customer base and expanding its distribution and the services it offers through acquisitions.

In today's video, Matt and Paul discuss the company and the opportunity they see for investors.

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