AERC Stock Is in the Spotlight After AeroClean Receives FDA Clearance

  • The FDA designated AeroClean's (AERC) air purification system as a "Class II Medical Device."
  • AERC stock soared 100% yesterday, but it is falling today.
  • The company only generated $600,000 of revenue last year.
AERC stock - AERC Stock Is in the Spotlight After AeroClean Receives FDA Clearance

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AeroClean (NASDAQ:AERC) stock is getting a great deal of attention from investors after the company yesterday disclosed that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has designated its air purification system as a “Class II Medical Device.” AERC stock soared 100% yesterday, but it has fallen over 15% in early trading today.

AeroClean’s air purification device, the Purgo, is “proven to eliminate 99.99% of harmful airborne microorganisms, including bacteria, fungi and viruses, like COVID-19,” AeroClean explained. The company noted that it sells “air purification and air sanitization technology” to “healthcare facilities, businesses, hospitality venues and government agencies.”

Despite the huge rally of AERC stock yesterday, the shares are still changing hands for less than 4% of the name’s 52-week high of $117. Also notable is that AeroClean has an enterprise value of $19.5 million, according to Yahoo Finance.

On the other hand, in all of last year, the company only generated $600,000 of revenue. And has a negative earnings-per-share (EPS) of 0.69.

In the last five days, the shares have jumped 88%, but they have tumbled 60% so far this year. AERC stock currently sits in penny stock territory at around $4 a share.

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