We all know that no one wants to get old, but as the over 50 population in America continues to grow, companies focused on beauty care and anti-aging products are going to continue to pop up. One company in particular, Valentine Beauty, Inc. (VLBI), is making it’s presence known to investors after the penny stock showed up on radar screens negatively on Tuesday in hopes that the alerts on it will rejuvenate its shriveled up share price. Although the Company’s flagship product, the “Non-Surgical Face Lift Kit,” has made its way out of their shipping department over 5 million times since 2002, there isn’t enough make up in the world to mask the massively discounted $55,000 note payable that is convertible into shares of VLBI stock at 0.001/share.
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VLBI Stock Quote
Market Cap: 7.93M
Last: 0.074 ▼ -0.0860 (-53.75%)
Dollar Volume: $185,433
14-Day RSI: N/A
1st Resistance Point: 0.2177
1st Support Level: 0.0000
Valentine Beauty is in need of its own Non-Surgical Facelift when you take a close look at their annual statement for the 12 months ended December 31, 2013. Other than the obvious drop in sales, $176,628 for the 12 months ended December 31, 2013 versus $186,577 for the same 12 month period the year prior, increased inventory of approximately $40,000 coupled with increased current liabilities of approximately $200,000 do little to mask the struggles the anti-aging concerns focused retailer is facing.
Even more “eyebrow raising” of an issue when looking at VLBI is the debt incurred during the course of 2013 which could crack the mask of the share price to a degree that anti-recovery might be on the horizon for the non-flippers.
On November 14, 2013, Valentine Beauty issued 4 convertible promissory notes to 2 related parties which totaled $170,000. Although they bear an interest rate of 10% per annum and are due on November 14, 2014, the major concern is the 10% convertible promissory note worth $55,000 which was issued on August 14, 2012 when the Company was still doing business as China Education Technology, Inc. The inherent risk involved with VLBI stock getting dumped comes from this note which was on the books as of December 31, 2013, is due on demand and has a conversion ratio of either 1/10th of a Cent, $0.001, per share or 75% discount of the current bid price, whichever is lower.
This is what makes buying VLBI stock scarier than waking up to see what the skin really looks like on last nights pull when all the make up has been removed. With their first news release midway through yesterday’s session not being a catalyst of any sort while front loaders gobbled up all they could to sell into today’s gap up open, falling in love with the ask is only going to leave you brokenhearted.
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About VLBI Stock
Valentine Beauty, Inc. is an investment holding company, whose only asset is 100% equity interest in Valentine Spa Inc., a Texas Corporation in the business of providing beauty and cosmetic products and services to their clients.
Issued and Outstanding: 107,107,307
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Even before Cleopatra, women have sought out lotions, creams and powders to put their best face forward. That said, the declining sales of Valentine Beauty are a clear indicator for what to expect with VLBI now that alerts have been issued on the penny stock. Waiting this one out to let the late-morning dip settle down would be the best way to even consider playing VLBI stock if at all.