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  • Reply to

    And another year goes by.

    by spineles49 Mar 16, 2015 5:10 PM

    It is the financial risk that the company now has with such little cash on hand. The market is expecting huge dilution in order to keep the company afloat.

  • Is this going to bottom out or keep tanking? It definitely looks like an attractive entry point soon, if not now.

  • Reply to

    Tanking

    by problaw Mar 17, 2015 10:56 AM

    Really? Did you not see the 2014 financial reports released yesterday? Not so hot, to say the least.

  • Reply to

    And another year goes by.

    by spineles49 Mar 16, 2015 5:10 PM

    imo it is called wall street looking at recent financial statements and clearly saying the company is for whatever reason in big time trouble no matter how many deals they are signing with whoever/whatever etc and therefore CRUSHING the stock down 50% in a heart beat. obviously there's a huge problem be it Brad or more. WHERE IS THE DR ON THIS COMPANY. he sure owns enuf of it to care I would think. or maybe not. if he and other big owners don't come in quickly, this is not going back up any time soon if at all and we are all screwed. imo

  • Reply to

    And another year goes by.

    by spineles49 Mar 16, 2015 5:10 PM

    I'm out. I sold half my position today and I'm going to sell the rest this week. I have all the confidence in the world that MSLP can increase they're revenue every year and they are the absolute best in their industry. Brad is the problem, I used to deny this but I can't any longer. The more MSLP makes the more he spends. Every expensive meal is a co. expense, every new car is a co. car, every new toy is a co. toy. Its like MSLP is his personal piggy bank. I do the same thing with my business. I spend money on things and use the co. AE card. It's all a business expense. I wanted a new F-350 dually Diesel Pick Up so I bought a $50,000 plus truck on the co. The difference is I'm not hurting any shareholders. Maybe the gov. gets a little less than they think they deserve ( They're opinion ). I just don't think as long as he's there MSLP will ever make a profit.

  • Reply to

    And another year goes by.

    by spineles49 Mar 16, 2015 5:10 PM

    Its called growing the business.

  • Still without any profits to speak off. Everybody making money around here except the shares holders.

  • Reply to

    tiger

    by cohencorp Feb 17, 2015 8:23 PM

    Actually the golfers are getting younger. I see a lot of younger golfers now than I did when I started playing golf 25 years go. I think more like 20 million people, not thousand (Not just golfers, some are just fans) see his bag. Once again, let me say I do wish they never signed him to a contract, I'm with you on that but it can payoff for them if his game comes back and he stays healthy. Big ifs.

  • Reply to

    tiger

    by cohencorp Feb 17, 2015 8:23 PM

    hope you are right my friend but for what it's worth, even 20,000 golfers seeing his bag and give aways will not in my opinion buy or even care about the current body building stuff mslp produces. the average age of those golers is probably 25-65 as I have been to close to 100 of em over the yrs and recently as well most of those golfers have bellies or go to the driving range or both! they don't take muscle builing stuff. Tiger and the rest holding up a MSLP sports drink bottle would imo be a hell of a lot better for us! wake up MSLP pr people if there are any.

  • Reply to

    tiger

    by cohencorp Feb 17, 2015 8:23 PM

    cohn, I really don't like the Woods signing but it can payoff for MSLP. Do you know how many people see his bag in person? At the golf course, at promotional events ( I went to one and it was very easy to see and read his bag, they gave an autographed one away ), in magazine ads by the bag maker, a lot of times when he's in SI there's a pic of him and the bag is in the pic also, I went to a golf course ad A Woods bag was on display only for the simple fact that he played there. There are a lot of people seeing his bag but like I said I still wish they never signed him. I really wish they never signed that whack job Johnny "Football". He should be called Johnny "Non Football", Johnny "Rehab", anything but Johnny Football.

  • Reply to

    tiger

    by cohencorp Feb 17, 2015 8:23 PM

    assuming he ever plays again :), I'm a 8 handicapper golfer for 30yrs and I can barely ever see not to mention figure out or connect the dots on the magic mslp letters on his bag never mind the casual golf/player viewer. I do agree with u that his signing on was a good move out of the bunch they did perhaps along with Arnold but again if these people don't CLEARLY endorse via ads/radio/tv interviews etc etc, then they all will lead to underwhelming results considering what was paid. all of the above I believe can be done and should have already been done with some at least of the huge bonus amounts the head honchos were paid. imo

    Sentiment: Hold

  • Reply to

    tiger

    by cohencorp Feb 17, 2015 8:23 PM

    Millions of people see Tigers bag. I don't think that was a bad move as long as he plays.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    WAS TIGER USING MSLP PRODUCTS TO CAUSE THIS?

    by osprey.watch3 Mar 2, 2015 6:00 PM

    Now MSLP sued for fraudulent products. It looks like they are putting too little stuff in the mix vs. too much.

  • Bought this last year in the 6's, 7's, 8's, and 9's and sold in 11's and I've been loading recently as there is really no reason that this should be down this much. I'm shocked and I've been taking this golden opportunity to buy more. So many catalysts including uplist, undervalued comp (100m market cap and most likely 200m sales for fy 2014), earnings call monday, possible aquiring capstone nutrition, buyout potential, phillip frost investment, arnold/ufc/tiger/kaep sponsors, walmart, costco, insider buying, wide variety of high demand high quality supplements, energy drinkmarket (MNST came from pennies hint hint), and I could go on. This is my favorite company and I truly don't know a more undervalued company.

  • Reply to

    Any thoughts on the Capstone colaberation.

    by spineles49 Mar 4, 2015 3:07 PM

    Earnings are being announced Monday March 16th, I like the move to lowering manufacturing costs and potentially down the line acquiring Capstone Nutrition and continuing to grow. The already 20% interest in Capstone Nutrition really gives them an added benefit of almost an "automatic discount" into any products produced with them as they would share in 20% of the revenues and profits Capstone Nutrition receives which should boost margins on this new facility even further. The new product lines especially the energy drink line make this very interesting in the near future.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Arno's power bar

    by spineles49 Mar 5, 2015 7:26 PM

    hope so my friend but as I posted before, a few actual advertisements/print ads, SOMETHING, bought with some of that overpaid salary/bonus monies spent, would be a hell of a lot better than the expensive stupid endorsements that no one sees except on Bodybuilder site or Jens instagram site :):)

    Sentiment: Hold

  • to the rescue! Maybe this will give it some momo! Gitty-up!

  • Reply to

    Any thoughts on the Capstone colaberation.

    by spineles49 Mar 4, 2015 3:07 PM

    with these people and their zero PR, only god knows! parayer for the best and get out when u can Is my new mantra!

    Sentiment: Hold

  • Sounds like a good move to bring production in house, however, I'm so skeptical about any of their pr's that I don't know what to make of it. Is it another P and D or a legitimate endeavor. What's up with the sec? When are earnings being released? So many promises broken in the past, that I have a hard time believing anything they say anymore. Been stuck in this since the pennys. Down huge!

  • Last Friday, a pro golfer named Dan Olsen went on 730 AM The Game in Lansing, Michigan, under the guise of sharing inside information about Tiger Woods' absence from the game. He ultimately claimed Woods was not out of action due to injury or a desire to get better but rather because Woods had been suspended for a month by the PGA Tour for performance-enhancing drug use.

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