I just read an interesting comment. If management is going to have so many shares then they would want them to be worth as much money as possible. Owning all those shares is no good if they're worthless. You would think they would want to drive the PPS up as high as possible, dump some at a very high price and then if the PPS goes down, oh well. That's if they are crooks, if not they would want the PPS to keep going up.
clearly they don't...they need to get SG&A under control. I understand the company is in growth mode...but they need to make some sacrifices for the shareholders...that's part of the deal. Stay private if you want a piggy bank.
There is a ton of noise on this message board and it is just noise. I will invest along side the investment company who increased its holdings to 1,000,000 shares last quarter. Stay focused and don't listen to the people who say MSLP is going to pennies, there are too many smart and successful people involved with MSLP that will not let that happen.
You're an idiot. You talk but say NOTHING. You own no shares of any stock and you have never shorted a stock. Anyone who has ever read one of your comments knows that.
they are the best thx to them im up big shorting opk and bzne another junk stock mslp is a pos dead dog 5 dollars next stop
I remember one about a month ago that caused people to sell shares in OPK and now OPK has rebounded nicely. When will people do their own DD instead od listening to IDIOTS?
I really like MP products and believe their company has AMAZING potential. I do agree through that the management is greedy and does not have me the stock holder in their best interest. Sales may have exploded with some key accounts gained, but instead of trying to report positive earnings they just drive up expenses and increase their already overpaid compensation. I think 2014 is the year their stock falters and they have to decide between working for the shareholders or working for a penny stock again.
Hey guys, checking in… up $42k this month trading MSLP, I get my stock alerts from flash market research (google them). Saw an analyst recommend them on CNBC and have been using them ever since, currently long right now in my portfolio.