interesting how in past month or so, bunch of endorsement agreements announced yet pps has dropped nearly 10% in that time. plus super low volume for the most part. as my early posts have stated, just give one damn real commercial, print, radio, tv ,internet sites WHEREVER!
A lot of companies have been adding cheap amino acids such as creatine and Taurine to artificially increase the protein content, MP being one of them..
I would say that the lawsuit is legitimate and will result in MP having to settle..
That lawsuit claims that just about everyone in the business is cheating the consumer. I bet it goes nowhere. It's BS.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
thx my friend. that I know and had read already as it had been out there for all to see...thought perhaps there was something I missed when I asked the other poster.
Check Investors Hub message board - Wynnefield Capital letter to BOD - post # 75918.
MP is such a poorly led company. The CEO is a child and if he would just resign the stock would triple. Any CEO who uses the company as a piggy bank is a punk and should be run off the board.
don't know your info source but hope u r right. as for the next new partnership announced, which god knows cost us how much AGAIN as with the others, we seem to get zippo coverage out there in the real world either in print/radio/tv etc etc etc neanwhile a billion other health/energy drinks/bars are. freak the partnerships and either get real marketing or just sell the company to someone already who knows how. IMO
I am sorry if you feel asking legitimate questions as to why a company that show such strong growth has NEVER made a profit is bashing...
I work within the industry and understand the market dynamics. MP should not have such a low margin and the ONLY way to explain it is they give the product away at a massively discounted price to falsely inflate quarterly revenue...
They also spend more than a dollar to make a dollar..
This will become a complicated law suit that may get settled before going to court.
Basically it could be argued that what MP did was technically correct, all be it morally wrong to trick their consumers..