The discount on the stock's price reflected challenges facing most companies entering the public stock markets now, said John McCamant, editor of the Medical Technology Stock Letter in Berkeley.
What does MTSL stand for?
MTSL stands for Medical Technology Stock Letter (biotechnology investing newsletter; Berkeley, CA)
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We have 5 other meanings of MTSL in our Acronym Attic
- Macular Translocation with Scleral Infolding (ophthalmology)
- Master Translating Services, Inc (Miami, FL)
- Member of the Trading Standards Institute
- Micro Technology Services, Inc. (Richardson, TX)
- Microwave Transmission Systems, Inc. (Richardson, TX; est. 1987)
- Modern Technology Solutions, Inc. (various locations)
- Modern Technology Systems, Inc.
- Modechart Toolset Simulation Platform
- Maximum Transmit Signal-to-Interference-Plus-Noise Ratio
- Mycobacterium Tuberculosis Shikimate Kinase (enzyme)
- Memory Time Switch Large (Siemens)
- Message Transfer SubLayer
- Michigan Team Swim League (athletic association)
- Microelectronics Technology Support Laboratory (European Space Agency)
- Monitoring and Technical Support Laboratory
- Master of Theological Studies/Master of Arts
- Motoscafo da Turismo Silurante Modificato Allargato (Italian: Modified and Enlarged Tourism Torpedo Motorboat)
- Mountain to Sound Motorcycle Adventures (Issaquah, WA)
- Mt. Tabor School of Martial Arts
- Multi-city Transportation Systems Management Agency (California)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Diversify risk by buying different size companies or those at different stages of development," advised John McCamant, editor of the Medical Technology Stock Letter (www.
Investors are seeing biotech come of age with a proven business model that shows you can develop new pharmaceuticals without becoming a pharmaceutical company," said John McCamant, editor of the Medical Technology Stock Letter (www.