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Small Business Development Group, Inc. is a holding company that is acquiring companies for its own portfolio and a strategic business solutions firm, providing services to companies requiring cutting-edge financial advice in the area of corporate growth strategies and business exiting. There are two aspects to our unique business model.

Aspect 1. Business advisor services for client companies and to our portfolio companies, and
Aspect 2. Acquisition of companies with fundamentals for our portfolio by using our public company securities in unique structures.

As a business solutions service firm we focus primarily on the following products and services marketed using the investorLYNX Direct Public Offering (DPO) platform:

  • Financial consulting relative to merchant banking services for small and mid-cap companies, private or public;
  • Crisis management and turnaround consulting;
  • Buy-side and sell-side transactions;
  • Mergers and acquisitions;
  • Mergers and acquisitions;
  • Formation of Business Development Companies (BDC), with continuous monitoring of compliance, under the 1940 Act.


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Small Public Company LBO

The Soft Leverage Buyout.. model can be a vehicle to launch businesses that are start-ups or in the early development stage and have high potential for earnings growth. The program is designed to help entrepreneurs to obtain the capital they need to develop and grow their business.
 

How Program Works:

Capital requirements and related timeline is determined.

The public company acquires 51% of the start-up company.

  • The public company has option to purchase the remaining 49% based on specific terms.
  • Start-up has option to repurchase 51% based on specific terms.

The three-year future cash flow is use to calculate the acquisition price.

The startup will operate as a subsidiary of the public company and maintain separate financials.

The public company will receive any positive cash flow from the start-up based on the ownership percentage.

 

Program Implementation:

  • The public company advances capital in the form of a debt instrument for the 51% ownership.
  • As the start-up raises equity capital it is used to pay down the debt.
  • The public company will provide fee based counseling as needed.

Public Status

You're Public .....
Are you now sorry you are?

If your company is finding it difficult to take advantage of its public status, SBDG has developed a process for you that will rehabilitate your company. We understand the challenge that most small companies face when going public through a reverse merger transaction, a §504 process or even an S-1 registration. We’ve been through it ourselves successfully, and Our experience will get you on the right track while avoiding the pitfalls.
 

Our Role:

SBD Group has developed a process by which you can rehabilitate your company if you are willing to adopt our strategy. Our proprietary strategic program, the Engineering of a Public Company©, is based on the development of what we refer to as a Sustainable Business Model.

 

Sustainable Business Model:

Our strategy depends upon on your company developing a sustainable business based on fundamentals with a supportable capital structure. A proper capital structure must have an appropriate number of authorized, outstanding and float shares. Aggressive promotion of more stock into the market with high liquidity is not the answer. You simply can’t maintain a public company without fundamentals and a realistic plan!
 

Turnaround Services

Companies in financial distress face a unique set of challenges. They must ensure short-term survival while preparing for long-term success. If bankruptcy is unavoidable, a robust reorganization plan that addresses the needs of all stakeholders is imperative.

Our turnaround approach focuses on the most important operational, strategic, organizational, and financial levers in order to ensure a comprehensive recovery. We can validate an existing turnaround plan or develop a new one tailored to a client’s specific circumstances. By combining our deep industry experience with the proven tools of crisis management, we create lasting impact—fast!
 

Competencies

Crisis Management

Companies in financial distress face a unique set of challenges. To thrive again in these difficult times, companies must answer critical questions such as these:

  • How can we quickly stop the bleeding?
  • How can we release and generate cash to fund our operations?
  • How can we focus on the most viable parts of the business moving forward?

Turnaround Services

These are some of our key client service areas:

  • Stress Diagnosis. SBD Group’s proprietary diagnostic tool identifies the sources of financial stress, pinpoints areas for improvement, and estimates the magnitude of the necessary changes.
  • Turnaround Planning. We provide the strategic inputs necessary for the turnaround plan, including a comprehensive industry analysis and portfolio implications.
  • Operational Cost-Out Programs. SBD Group will design and execute a plan for rapidly reducing costs throughout operations.
  • Turnaround Management. SBD Group coordinates the various parties involved in a restructuring to meet key deliverables and milestones. We track progress and ensure rapid execution.
  • Bankruptcy Management. When all else fails we can manage the entire bankruptcy process because of our many years of experience.


Using battle-tested operations experts, proprietary tools and techniques, and partnerships with leading crisis managers, SBD Group’s teams are committed to stabilizing clients’ businesses.
 

Buy/Sell

At Small Business Development Group (SBD Group), we target a segment of the Middle Market, comprised of privately held companies with annual sales ranging from $1 million to $20 million or more, that is traditionally underserved by boutique M&A firms and investment banks.
 

Services

  • Analyze and Prepare Operations. As a first step in the process, we critically evaluate the business operations identifying opportunities for short and long-term improvements as well as competitive challenges that will be of interest to prospective buyers.
  • Obtain A Valuation. We strongly recommend that clients obtain an evaluation of the business being offered for sale.
  • Coordinate Drafting of Confidential Business Review Memorandum. SBD Group will prepare or assist the management team with the preparation of an effective business review document to ensure accuracy.
  • Developing a Marketing Plan. The marketing plan will be customized to fit your company's particular circumstances.
  • Identify and Contact Prospective Buyers. We will post the business on our InvestorLYNX platform, which matches nature, size and value of your business, to a most likely pool of buyers private equity groups, foreign companies or local, in-market investors. Prospective buyers who express interest will be required to sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement prior to receiving any information about your business.
  • Facilitate Buyers' Due Diligence. This process typically entails meeting with designated members of management, reviewing selected financial information and gathering other relevant information.
  • Assist Clients and Clients' Professional Advisors with Evaluation of Offers. The goal for any transaction should be to maximize the seller's after-tax sales proceeds. Accordingly, we encourage clients to involve their attorneys and CPAs in the process as soon as is reasonably possible.
  • Assist Clients' Professional Advisors with Document Preparation. The seller's and buyer's attorneys will be responsible for the drafting and negotiation of the sales agreement and related documents. Our service team will assist with your review and document compilation process.
  • Facilitate Timely Closing and Assist with Post Closing Issues. We will work with the seller and buyer transaction teams (management, attorneys, CPAs) to resolve any open issues and consummate the transaction in a timely fashion.

Soft Leverage Buy out

Our business model is designed to take advantage of raising capital through equity sales and to provide an exit strategy for business owners. This document contains the approach for two situations:
• For an established business that has been operating for approximately
• A start-up or a business in the early or development stage. three years or more, andd

Basically this is how our SLBO program works:

  • The Buyer and Seller negotiate and sign an exchange purchase agreement.
  • The Public Company (Buyer) exchanges its non-voting Preferred Stock for the Sellers stock ownership.
  • As the Buyer pays cash to the Seller, the Seller exchanges a like amount of the Public company’s preferred stock.
  • At the predefined exchange dates the Seller has the option to convert the preferred stock in free trading common stock in lieu of taking the cash. This could mean a great return for the Seller.

Series- B Preferred Stock

Exchange and Acquisition Model

Companies partner with Small Business Development Group to afford them a suite of professional services that are not usually available to evolving businesses. SBDG provides your business access to a major-league team with a proven track record, maximizing its prestige in the market, gaining benefits usually reserved for a large public company, but free of many of the associated costs.

Our Role:

Small Business Development Group, Inc. (SBD Group) is a closely held, publicly-traded OTC Markets ‘current information’ Pink Sheet Company trading under the symbol SBDG. The model we describe here is the model we have developed and have used successfully to create SBDG…. so we know that it works!

 

Benefits for our Exchange and Acquisition
Portfolio Partners

  • Because of our expertise in developing businesses, and because or our philosophy to truly become "partneres", we are often able to value private firms at a higher than most opportunistic buyers.
  • Our deal structure affords significant risk mitigation while preserving upside gains.
  • Our deal sturctue allous our Exchange and Acquisition Portfolio Partners not only the benefit of financial rewards in their oun firms,
  • It positions them to participate in the economic upside of the collective group.
  • Our decades of experience, expertise, and public company structure provides significant capital, leadership and networking resources to drive accelerated growth, and
  • Risk is abated with secuities placed in trust, perfected UCC filings, and full retention of operating management control until SBD Group has performed.

 

Taken together, these benefits create a significant wealth - multiplying effect for our JV Portfolio Partner’s Principals.

 

Become a ‘Joint Venture Partner’:

Typically, our current and potential portfolio companies have not developed the expertise and experience necessary to optimize their success in today’s public markets. These companies, therefore, joint venture with SBD Group in order to partner with a major league team with a proven track record in this arena. This approach maximizes their access to debt and equity capital, liquidity, professional services and management experience to a degree that would not ordinarily be available to them in a cost effective manner, if at all.

Thus, our portfolio companies receive the prestige and many of the benefits of being a public company without the cost and onerous (and sometimes debilitating) regulatory and reporting requirements. SBD Group as the holding company and sole public entity absorbs those burdens and fractionally allocates certain administrative costs across all portfolio companies, resulting in a minimal pro-rata cost for these significant benefits. Subsequently, this also lowers SBD Group’s cost structure giving us the ability to accelerate our growth by adding additional joint venture partners in a very cost-effective manner.

Using this creative approach, SBD Group has differentiated itself, as well as our portfolio companies, from the other micro- and small-cap firms by appearing and operating in the manner of a Fortune 500 company. Our use of the term ‘joint venture’ is deliberate, although it does not follow a rigid traditional definition. We use ‘joint venture’ to describe a combining of interests and resources to achieve a synergistic greater return. Additionally, and most importantly, ‘joint venture’ refers to a time-driven safety valve that mitigates undue risk to both parties.

Business Development Company

SBD Group provides full-service, extensive Business Development Company consulting to corporate clients. Our expertise, along with our understanding of suitable BDC industry sectors and our approach of working closely with management, assures clients they will have the necessary means to meet their objectives and optimize their ability to succeed.

Business Development Companies (BDCs) are specially regulated retail investment companies that typically make private equity investments in small and middle-market companies. Private equity groups generally focused on mezzanine round equity and debt investments sponsor BDCs. BDCs are subject to the provisions of the Investment Company Act of 1940 (the 1940 Act). BDCs have greater flexibility than do typical registered funds to use leverage and to engage in certain affiliate transactions with portfolio companies. BDCs are subject to the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 and other public company rules and regulations.
 

BDC Services:

BDCs appear to attract attention for a number of reasons: 1. Liquid Capital – BDCs allow investors and fund managers the same degree of liquidity as other publicly traded investments.
2. New Investors – BDCs provide access to the public markets; shareholders are not required to meet income, net worth or sophistication criteria. Retail investors may welcome this opportunity to gain access to the private equity market managed by major private equity players.

How are BDCs regulated? The Small Business Investment Incentive Act of 1980 was enacted to promote public investment in private companies and to enable BDCs to compete with private venture capital enterprises. The SEC modified certain provisions of the 1940 Act, providing BDCs with more flexibility than typical open-end funds to issue derivative securities; use leverage and engage in affiliated transactions with portfolio companies.

Eligible Investments The BDC structure is intended to promote investment in “eligible portfolio companies.” Eligible portfolio companies are generally private U.S. companies that are not investment companies and that do not have outstanding margin securities or a class of securities listed on a national exchange. In general, the 1940 Act requires that BDCs have at least 70 percent of their total assets in eligible assets that include: eligible portfolio companies (generally smaller private companies); and cash, government securities or high-quality debt securities maturing one year or less from the time of investment.

Leverage With respect to leverage, any debt or senior security issued by a BDC must have asset coverage of 200 percent (i.e., debt and senior securities cannot exceed half of the BDCs total assets), and no dividends can be declared on common stock unless the BDCs debt and senior securities have asset coverage of 200 percent.

Affiliate Transactions BDCs have greater flexibility than typical closed-end funds to engage in certain affiliated transactions. Unlike closed-end funds, a BDC may generally engage in a transaction between itself and a person who is directly or indirectly controlled by the BDC and certain affiliates of such person. Certain transactions involving a BDC and its affiliates require prior approval by a majority of the BDCs disinterested directors on the basis that the transaction’s terms are reasonable and fair to the BDCs shareholders and the transaction is consistent with the interests of the BDCs shareholders and policies.

BDC Management The 1940 Act requires that a majority of the directors or general partners of a BDC must be persons who are not interested persons of the BDC. The officers of a BDC may manage the BDC, or an external manager may be appointed pursuant to an investment advisory contract.

Derivatives Unlike traditional investment companies, which are subject to certain board and shareholder approval requirements and certain other limitations, BDCs are able to issue derivative securities, including options, warrants and rights that convert to voting securities.

Organization BDCs are required to be organized under the laws of, and have their principal place of business in, the United States. Like mutual funds, BDCs are generally formed in Maryland due to state laws intended to discourage takeovers and proxy contests.

Filings BDCs are required to (1) file a notice with the SEC pursuant to which the BDC elects to be treated as a BDC; (2) register a class of equity securities under Section 12 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934; and (3) file reports including 10Qs, 10Ks and 8Ks like those filed by publicly traded operating companies.
 

Government Relations
Services

Looking for an edge when legislation or government regulation is threatening impact the bottom line?

SBDG Government Relations Services provides answers and solutions when regulations at any level impact your business. Let our experienced and skilled team assist your enterprise to grow and prosper.
 

Services:

SBDG Government Relations Services can perform the following services for you:

  • Evaluate and structure your company to attract new or additional business.
  • Evaluate, interpret and monitor legislative and regulatory matters as the evolve.
  • Evaluate the political climate surrounding a legislative or regulatory matter and devise a plan of action to promote or defend your interests.
  • Develop a communications plan designed to present your position to the public, or specifically to desision makers, in its best light.
  • Develop polich options and, in consultations with appropriate legal counsel, draft legislation, amendments and/or regulatory language.
  • Appear before legislative committees, councils, boards and/or regulatory bodies to present arguments supportive of your business interests;and
  • Contact and interface with offcials in embassies of foreign countries where business or related matters of consern exist between your business and a foreign entity.

 

Management & Experience:

David F. Emery, the Chief Operations Officer of SBDG, has served in the Maine State Legislature and in Maine State Government; as a four-term US Congressman from Maine; and as the Deputy Director of the US Arms Control and Disarmament Agency in Washington, DC under President Ronald Reagan. Mr. Emery has had extensive experience drafting legislation; presenting cogent arguments before legislative and regulatory bodies; organizing public information campaigns designed to explain issues to decision- makers and to change minds; and developing policy options for businesses and interest groups. As well, Mr. Emery has had extensive experience in the international area, having spoken, debated or negotiated in more than 25 foreign countries, and in particular, at the United Nations in New York City and in Geneva, Switzerland, regarding arms control, disarmament, national security and other foreign policy topics.
 
Doug Calaway is an accomplished professional with more than 30 years of unyielding success in multiple industries serving both the private and government markets. Mr. Calaway was CEO of an Alaska Native Corporation. He guided that company successfully through the process of 8a certification to service the government set-aside provisions. Mr. Calaway has served as President, Founder, Executive VP Operations, Chief Operating Officer, VP/General Manager, Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer, VP Operations, VP Business Development and Controller of many successful corporations. These companies range from small start-up companies to Fortune 500 companies such as Kodak. One of Mr. Calaway’s companies was a government contractor that was listed as an ‘Inc. 500’ company. He was twice nominated “Entrepreneur of the Year” by Inc. Magazine

Today’s Capital Acquisition Environment

The banking and financing methods we are used to in the past have changed forever and will never come back. Most companies seeking capital cannot compete in the financial marketplace, as it currently exists. So you only have a few choices; don’t grow and limp along hoping your bank won’t call the loan, do something different, sell your business or close the business.
 

Engineering of a Public Company

Though there are endless possibilities of how to solve these problems, we are only going to focus on three types: (1) those profitable growth companies that need capital and can’t find it, (2) those businesses that are trying to sell but the buyers can’t find financing for the purchase, and (3) those public companies that have a poor business strategy with a poor capital structure.

 

The Company Needing Growth or Exit Capital. Those companies that need growth capital, or; have their business for sale and a qualified buyer but can’t find the capital are prime candidates for a Registration. In today’s economic conditions, the goals have changed as to how the aging baby boomers can transition out of their private companies or secure growth capital at an acceptable value. In order for the model to work the company must be profitable and cash flow positive and have been in business for 5 years. In addition, operations management has to stay for a minimum of 2 years.

The model works best for a public company that reflects profitable fundamentals than private companies with limited liquidity. The public markets almost always places a significant higher value on public companies than they do on a private company. It should be noted however, that it costs more to be public than private, and without certain economies of scale, it would not be justifiable. On the other hand if you assume, that the business is a well-run profitable business it will be able to bear the added cost of being public.

As a qualifier, we are not talking about a reverse acquisition model or short cut to becoming publicly traded; but rather, planning and execution of a transaction that will result in a public company thru the registration process. The company will have real earnings and sales, which is generally viewed as bullish for a stock. Many believe that being a legitimate public company is reserved for big companies that are raising huge sums of money. That is just not so! Smaller companies can be very successful as public companies and raise smaller sums of money as long as management understands why they are public, and also understands that there is no substitute for transparency and profitability.

 

So How Do We Do This, How Much Does it Cost and How Do We Get this Done? It cost approximately $125,000 if you use our model, if you can find an underwriter who will take the offering it will cost approximately $400,000+. The reason it cost so much less using our process is Direct Public Offering platform …. investorLYNX.

If you don’t have the $125,000 we go out and find four sponsoring partners to invest the offering costs to file the S-1 registration (IPO) along with the marketing and selling of the securities. The sponsor would receive a fully secured interest in the public vehicle in the form of convertible preferred stock. If the placement of securities were unsuccessful the sponsor would be able to sell the public company to recover their investment.

To get the registration prepared you will need legal and accounts professionals to prepare the registration. The costs associated with this part of the process are included in the $125,000. You can use our recommended professions or your own and pay the difference in the fees. Once the regulators have approved the registration we can begin the marketing of the offering using our investorLYNX platform. The cost to use the platform is included in the $125,000. Since the offering is self-directed the company officers and talk to potential investors and secure their investment.

 

The Troubled Public Company. Before you can move the company forward the company has to have a traditional and proper capital structured so that potential investors will even think of investing! The area of focus and resulting structure are as follows:

§ Reduce the authorized shares is below 20M.

  • Reduce the outstanding shares to between 10% and 50% of the authorized.
  • Target float to 15% to 50% of outstanding shares.
  • Remove all “poison pill” stock series.
  • Fix the balance sheet specifically the debt.
  • Focus the management on business fundamentals.
  • Get the company profitable.
  • Secure acquisition agreements to fix the income statement.
  • Management has a 2-year lockup on their stock.

Once you have these items completed now you are ready for capital. Capital can take on many different formats and how you go about that is described later in the document.

 

Today’s Public Market Worldwide, according to a source at Bloomberg, there are about 63,000 publicly traded companies. There are roughly 15,000 publicly traded companies in the US, of which about 1/3, are traded on exchanges and the other 2/3 traded in various over-the-counter markets. There are also about 7,000 U.S. companies, which are on the "grey market" which are companies not listed on an exchanges.

There are roughly 22,331,782 private businesses in the US! Why so few public companies? The answer is a needed streamlined process and controlled cost! What would be the economic impact on the US economy if only .005 % (1,117) on the private companies where to go public? At an average of $10 million raised you would create $11.17 billion in acquisition/transition capital.

In summary, we believe that the opportunities for small business needing growth capital and the owners of small business must migrate to new capital markets to get the job done. This is evidenced by the growing trend in the capital markets and Small Business Development Group can help you get there.


investorLYNX

investorLYNX © is a secure Web portal providing subscribers with the qualified contacts and access to timely information necessary to complete complex business transactions. It offers a blend of technology and human interaction between all the stakeholders and participant. This portal creates the opportunity to combine the art and science of the deal structure, process and its compliance requirements.

About SBDG

Small Business Development Group, Inc. (SBDG) is both a public holding company and a business solutions services firm. SBDG is developing a portfolio of operating companies, through acquisition, in established industry segments. The Company has two operating units: the portfolio of operating companies obtained through acquisition; and, a business solutions service firm providing client companies the same services it employs to grow its own portfolio companies.

 

Our Goal

The goal is to match verifiable and, qualified investors, service providers, buyers, sellers and sources of financing expertise with compatible interests. Each registered party is then free to communicate in order to foster a direct business relationship.

 

Resources

investorLYNX © offers its registered clients the following resources:

  • A listing platform
  • A community of business professionals
  • A community of vetted investment resources.

The various users of InvestorLYNX pay a subscription fee to use the portal, then the subscriber’s act independently for their own business endeavors.

 

Services

investorLYNX© provides access to a variety of services:

  • Due diligence
  • Qualified deal flow
  • Qualified Investment resources
  • Vetting process early on
  • Enhanced interim management
  • Transaction compliance
  • Transaction follow-up

The various users of investorLYNX© pay a subscription fee to use the portal. Then the subscribers act independently to find partners and support for their own business endeavors.

 

Subscription

The investorLYNX© structure is patterned loosely after the New York Stock Exchange in that its Founder Membership seats are sold to a select group of participants who are then given preferential access to investorLYNX© contacts and services.

There are only 99 GoldenLYNX© Founder’s Seats at as cost of $25,000, payable over 5 annual installments.
 

Investor Relations

Small Business Development Group, Inc. (SBD Group) is a public holding company (symbol: SBDG) that acquires companies for its own portfolio as well as provides business solutions and services to companies requiring cutting-edge financial advice in the area of corporate growth strategies and business exiting.

Q3 – FY2013 Consolidated Financial Results

Income Statement

  Jul - Sep '13 Jan - Sep '13
Revenue $5,323,425 $12,888,875
Cost of Sales 4,612,311 10,859,905
Gross Income 711,114 2,028,970
Expenses 580,743 1,824,871
Income Before Tax $130,371 $204,099

Balance Sheet

  Sep '13
Assets  
    Current Assets $6,273,408
    Fixed Assets 3,534,846
    Other Assets 10,070,000
    Total Assets 13,650,085
   
Liabilities 2,763,171
Equity 7,438,640
Total Liabilities & Equity 13,650,085

 

Financial Highlight

Shares Authorized: 15,000,000
Shares Issued and Outstanding:1,302,164

 

Stock Quote

Learn more about our current stock price or historical trading data Stock Quote.

For Investor relations contact : 207-209-2013 Ext. 3

Blog   http://sbdgp.com/blog/

 

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#22007   gorgeous bmw and good instincts with SBDG i'm trust the process 07/30/14 03:30:03 PM
#22006   I think SBDG is out to prove they TheHappyVulcan 06/26/14 11:03:53 AM
#22005   you on the wrong board? ohiotom 06/20/14 10:48:49 AM
#22004   Blog from SBDG Website: Stretch Armstrong 05/08/14 06:00:54 PM
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#22000   Got some @. 0002 just to see Tutu 05/07/14 11:51:15 AM
#21999   agree, would be nice to know MJAM2020 (first MoneyWorksForMe 05/03/14 07:32:19 PM
#21998   well they seemed to have just stepped in MJAM2020 05/03/14 04:31:12 PM
#21997   wuts the scoop with the MWWC ticker..anyone here MJAM2020 05/03/14 04:19:44 PM
#21996   Gold on Hold......imo ohiotom 05/01/14 01:55:17 PM
#21995   I agree....SBDG is a totally different animal today. imo ohiotom 04/28/14 01:22:36 PM
#21994   Ain't over yet... TheLeo 04/28/14 12:59:36 PM
#21993   LOL I get screwed once that is it LRD 04/28/14 12:58:02 PM
#21992   You might get 100 at 5. or ohiotom 04/28/14 12:31:18 PM
#21991   Can any one post what a L2 looks TheLeo 04/28/14 11:39:57 AM
#21990   Sure I can buy more it has to LRD 04/27/14 12:42:54 PM
#21989   I wonder if they would let you buy ohiotom 04/27/14 11:19:51 AM
#21988   Can't sell 40..May be.. But can't buy..that too order TheLeo 04/26/14 11:07:53 AM
#21987   Had 2000000 shares RS then had 40 now LRD 04/26/14 11:03:50 AM
#21986   I tried to buy a few shares at ohiotom 04/26/14 10:53:30 AM
#21985   Was that sell or buy... My sell order TheLeo 04/25/14 08:48:56 PM
#21984   I got my order kicked back...DTC problem...I read ohiotom 04/25/14 05:13:09 PM
#21983   Further news on some more takeovers/mergers can take TheLeo 04/25/14 12:57:18 PM
#21982   The current fins look hard to believe.....We have ohiotom 04/25/14 12:32:28 PM
#21981   Looks like it...something is being cooked.. Can't go without TheLeo 04/23/14 09:09:45 PM
#21980   someone knows something we don't....imo ohiotom 04/23/14 04:57:57 PM
#21979   And trust me when I say that is TheWizardOfPot 04/23/14 03:25:46 PM
#21978   It ain't over yet..IMO..Who would have thought SBDG ohiotom 04/23/14 02:16:18 PM
#21977   WTF...any news ? TheLeo 04/23/14 01:15:22 PM
#21976   *Summary TheLeo 03/31/14 11:52:16 AM
#21975   Year end smart was good, compared to last TheLeo 03/31/14 11:51:21 AM
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#21969   Good to see this above 5 TheLeo 03/10/14 04:16:34 PM
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#21960   i like the colour green ;) hugedubel 03/03/14 04:24:56 PM
#21959   SBDG Recent Trades - MoneyWorksForMe 03/03/14 04:23:17 PM
#21958   WOW a lot of buys today :) hugedubel 03/03/14 03:57:41 PM
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