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aayoung 58 posts  |  Last Activity: Apr 15, 2014 5:04 PM Member since: Dec 16, 2008
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  • aayoung@pacbell.net aayoung Apr 15, 2014 5:04 PM Flag

    I can't believe, I shan't believe, I don't believe, I won't believe it....hahaha. Looks like I'll be losing about $4k on this extremely speculative gamble. Well, I'll hold (at this point) just in case they are actually a fledgling wood pellet supplier corporation with an actual business in the process of being formed. If that proves to the case and orders continue to be filled (and actually reported as income on financial statements) then this share price will skyrocket back to at least $.02/share.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    Checkout VGPR! .0017 like KGET but Legit

    by lemmakinen Mar 13, 2014 12:01 PM
    aayoung@pacbell.net aayoung Mar 14, 2014 8:47 PM Flag

    The bid ask spread is horrific on this stock. Until that changes, it's a really bad bet that simply helps the market makers make huge profit.

  • aayoung@pacbell.net aayoung Mar 14, 2014 8:17 PM Flag

    I am long, but at $5/share the market cap would be more than record breaking, it would be ridiculous! Let's be real here. Assuming this is not a scam, which I honestly do not think it is... With continued improvement of their processes, and continued orders fulfilled, this stock could very well be north of a 100 million market cap within a year. That is nowhere near $5/share, but is WELL above a 100% return for today's investors at $.02/share.

  • aayoung@pacbell.net by aayoung Mar 7, 2014 3:07 PM Flag

    It would be unreasonable not to expect some dilution at this stage of the company. They have no capital and must build some in order to perform the growth plan they are marketing to us. There are also loans being received as well, further down on the same filing, which are also further dilution. Overall though, these investments in the company will make the smaller portion of the pie you now own, much more valuable should the management and corp do the right things with it. As KGET continues to increase and streamline it's process, continued orders will add huge percentages to the valuation of this company, being that it is such a preliminary stage with a preliminary valuation. I suspect we can see a reasonable $.04/share (approx 100 market cap) valuation in the next year if they can actually get at least $3 million a month in revenue coming in. I think three or four contracts, each bringing in about $1 million per month in revenue will get us there, and we already have one in the works. As the foundation of the process is formed and streamlined, adding two or three more orders similar to the current one in process (they say) will be a hurdle that can (and should) be overcome. It all hinges on forming a workable and scalable foundation for the process, and then taking and fulfilling three or four contracts. I bought a couple hundred thousand shares, just to see how it goes. The reality is these loans and "dilution" are a wonderful sign that they provided these private investors enough proof of their order and system that money was invested. It makes me less fearful because someone with bucks has believed the story and probably got more proof than we have so far. If the continue the dilution repeatedly, then we have real cause for increasing concern.

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    KGET

    by tofuryder Mar 6, 2014 11:47 AM
    aayoung@pacbell.net aayoung Mar 6, 2014 9:01 PM Flag

    It's looking like less of a scam with the new investors/lenders on board per the latest filing today. It's looking like an honest effort to create a pellet brokerage company with intentions to become a pellet producing company asap. The reality, from what I have read, is that the demand for these pellets is increasing quite a bit, so arguments about bigger competitors with more experience, or no moat, have little strength in an increasing demand market. There are enough orders for all players, as long as demand increases.

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    LOAN - 8k filed

    by goldfingrr Mar 6, 2014 7:07 PM
    aayoung@pacbell.net aayoung Mar 6, 2014 8:47 PM Flag

    It would be unreasonable not to expect some dilution at this stage of the company. They have no capital and must build some in order to perform the growth plan they are marketing to us. There are also loans being received as well, further down on the same filing, which are also further dilution. Overall though, these investments in the company will make the smaller portion of the pie you now own, much more valuable should the management and corp do the right things with it. As KGET continues to increase and streamline it's process, continued orders will add huge percentages to the valuation of this company, being that it is such a preliminary stage with a preliminary valuation. I suspect we can see a reasonable $.04/share (approx 100 market cap) valuation in the next year if they can actually get at least $3 million a month in revenue coming in. I think three or four contracts, each bringing in about $1 million per month in revenue will get us there, and we already have one in the works. As the foundation of the process is formed and streamlined, adding two or three more orders similar to the current one in process (they say) will be a hurdle that can (and should) be overcome. It all hinges on forming a workable and scalable foundation for the process, and then taking and fulfilling three or four contracts. I bought a couple hundred thousand shares, just to see how it goes. The reality is these loans and "dilution" are a wonderful sign that they provided these private investors enough proof of their order and system that money was invested. It makes me less fearful because someone with bucks has believed the story and probably got more proof than we have so far. If the continue the dilution repeatedly, then we have real cause for increasing concern.

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    MSLP going into 7000 Walgreens.

    by takemeserious2004 Nov 4, 2013 7:59 AM
    aayoung@pacbell.net aayoung Nov 6, 2013 7:54 PM Flag

    I disagree. Their current investment is enough. I do not want this somewhat iffy management making unnecessary investments. I want them focused on sales/market share growth and profitability.

  • aayoung@pacbell.net aayoung Nov 6, 2013 2:28 PM Flag

    Cont: He is a BIG name in numerous communities, not just body building. He bridges the gap between hardcore body builders and the rest of us; a better choice than any current bodybuilder name out there IMO..

  • aayoung@pacbell.net aayoung Nov 6, 2013 2:25 PM Flag

    What Arnold has been is more than most anyone in the bodybuilding community. He is an EXTREMELY good partner to have on this venture. All due respect, it is telling that you could not include an alternate name for them to choose, rather than Arnold. He is THE name.

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    Amazon sells it too. Looks like

    by gjcarlson Nov 5, 2013 9:24 AM
    aayoung@pacbell.net aayoung Nov 6, 2013 2:22 PM Flag

    Amen!

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    MSLP investment in BZNE

    by mtc44380 Oct 30, 2013 5:18 PM
    aayoung@pacbell.net aayoung Oct 31, 2013 6:40 PM Flag

    If BZNE fails to perform on the debt owed to MSLP, MSLP will get BZNE. Whatever happens, one or both of Frost's investments will benefit.

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    POSITIVE PRICE ACTION TODAY!

    by skeeterklemann Oct 24, 2013 10:17 AM
    aayoung@pacbell.net aayoung Oct 24, 2013 2:46 PM Flag

    After having spoken with the investor relations guy a few weeks back, I would not be surprised if the SEC investigation is dropped, or that mslp is just required to restate their financials for the year in question.

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    MSLP is available at Costco in Illinois

    by fkk_kass Oct 20, 2013 10:32 AM
    aayoung@pacbell.net aayoung Oct 23, 2013 5:50 PM Flag

    You have made enough comments for anyone who follows this message board to know that your comments lack substance. You might find another board to write time wasting comments on. We are all numb to your verbal diarrhea at this point, so it is only your time that is wasted. If you can come up with more realistic and valuable reasons for fear, I'd prefer to only read those.

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    MSLP is available at Costco in Illinois

    by fkk_kass Oct 20, 2013 10:32 AM
    aayoung@pacbell.net aayoung Oct 23, 2013 5:47 PM Flag

    Yes, eating is exposing oneself to chemicals, as all matter is a chemical, including food and protein powders. There are enough protein powders out there and for a long enough period that I think we can all say that these "chemicals" are safe for human consumption.

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    MSLP is available at Costco in Illinois

    by fkk_kass Oct 20, 2013 10:32 AM
    aayoung@pacbell.net aayoung Oct 22, 2013 5:12 PM Flag

    Does eating work?

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    Anyone find info on XXIC Growth Ventures, llc?

    by gjcarlson Oct 21, 2013 12:13 PM
    aayoung@pacbell.net aayoung Oct 21, 2013 7:04 PM Flag

    I am worried that MSLP will give him a huge block of shares for free. Does Bluher than lose much of the free shares her received recently if he is leaving so soon? Or will he keep those?

  • aayoung@pacbell.net aayoung Oct 15, 2013 7:37 PM Flag

    I spoke with the investor relations guy a couple weeks back. He relayed what Bluher had said to an institutional investor on the phone that same morning. After speaking with him (and assuming he is not lying/misleading,) I am satisfied that the SEC investigation is: #1 related to relatively minor accounting issues under the previous CFO. #2 the dollar amounts in question are quite small. #3 The SEC did this in order to force the old CFO to comply with their information gathering #4 NASDAQ will not uplist until this SEC issue is resolved (4-6 months at least) #5 Bluher told the investor he spoke with to expect some very good earnings numbers from Costco, Arnold, Fitmiss, etc.

    Sentiment: Buy

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    My Take on SEC and MSLP

    by aayoung Oct 3, 2013 7:01 PM
    aayoung@pacbell.net aayoung Oct 11, 2013 3:21 PM Flag

    I personally spoke with the agent in charge of investor relations for MSLP (Scott), who informed me that the SEC issues were primarily related to fairly small perks given to executives in the past, which were accounted for incorrectly. The SEC has instigated this investigation in order to be able to force the previous CFO to cooperate with their previously informal investigation. He was not cooperating. Obviously, we are all concerned about this investigation, but it did not sound like a huge issue that would affect the intrinsic value of this company today.

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    Going lower and lower and lower

    by jscharmett Oct 3, 2013 8:29 AM
    aayoung@pacbell.net aayoung Oct 3, 2013 7:12 PM Flag

    Based on what we all know so far, I would be thrilled if the stock dropped to $2. I'll be buying. I'm buying at today's low prices too.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • aayoung@pacbell.net by aayoung Oct 3, 2013 7:01 PM Flag

    I believe MSLP is heading (quickly) in the right direction. The SEC investigation is related to issues that occurred back when the books and management were a mess. The causes of those issues are largely resolved and a much more experienced management team is now in place. I do not believe the SEC investigation will have a major bearing on the value of this company, or its continued growth, though it will delay the NASDAQ listing. We do want that uplisting to happen at some point, but more time ot buy on the OTCB is not necessarily a bad thing for those who see the future as bright and want to accumulate. Once it hits NASDAQ, the shares will likely sell at a premium. I believe we will be getting some ASTOUNDINGLY good news related to the new products and distribution agreements now in place and those in the works. I plan to hold my shares and buy more as cash is available. I think we are getting a great discount to intrinsic value due to the SEC hype. This is just my take on MSLP based on my own research...I hope I'm not wrong of course, but I am committed to this investment with what I have researched so far...

    Sentiment: Buy

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