Potential Acquisitions and their cost in shares?
Looks like Marley is losing $3M per year, they owe us $1M, but we'll get their $10.5M income stream for 3M shares ($4.25 x 3M = $12.75M). Looks like the synergies will add $5M to the top line and subtract $5M from the bottom line, equating to EBITDA of $2.5M.
Enhanced Recovery will cost us 1M shares.
Pedia Ade will cost us a combination of $800K and 300K shares (300K * $4.25 = $1.275M)
Mystery coffee company with $84M in revenues will cost us 8.3M shares ($35.3M). 100% equity payoff means those guys would be 100% on-board like the LeBon boys and the rest of management. I like this. Might be time to research coffee companies.
Category named "Natural Non-Carbs". Makes me think it is either a food snack or one of those "drinkable veggies" products. They would cost us $60M + 2M shares and we'd get a $60M income stream.
All told, these 5 potential acquisitions would cost us 20M shares and ~$60M. We'd gain an estimated $44.6M in EBITDA in Year-1. Hit that with a 10 cap and it equates to $446M in market cap (versus ~$125M right now).