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Re: KPS pays a dividend
« Reply #20 on: October 07, 2014, 08:51:40 pm »

Just gave you your first bitcoinpaul......no need to thank me, I'll bill you at the end of the month. ;D
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Re: KPS pays a dividend
« Reply #21 on: October 07, 2014, 09:20:43 pm »

There we go!
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Re: KPS pays a dividend
« Reply #22 on: October 13, 2014, 08:54:19 pm »

KPS is pleased to announce our ninth weekly dividend payment!

This week's payment reverts to 0.194 BTC. Today's BTER rate is converted into 3104 NXT at today's BTER rate of 0.0000625 BTC/NXT.

This comes out to 0.297 NXT/share.

Company news:
No news, just profits. Flashcard design is taking a back seat while I work on KNS. Both of these projects really need your support. If you are interested in doing a PP, send me a PM.

Thank you for your support,


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NXT Information
PPS was 0.297.
Expected price assuming dividends represent 1%/month interest rate = 0.297*52/12/0.01 = 128.7 NXT/share

We're making payments now, list will be updated later.

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Re: KPS pays a dividend
« Reply #23 on: October 20, 2014, 11:07:30 am »

KPS is pleased to announce our tenth weekly dividend payment!

This week's payment has once again been raised (for the 10th week in a row) and will be 0.195 BTC,
paid over 10,689 shares,
or 0.00001857 BTC per share for coinsortium investors.

Today's BTER rate is 0.000058,
therefore the NXT payment is 0.00001857 / 0.000058 per share,
or 0.32 NXT per share for NXT AE investors.

Thank you for your support,


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NXT Information
PPS was 0.32.
Expected price assuming dividends represent 1%/month interest rate = 0.32*52/12/0.01 = 138 NXT/share

We're making payments now, enjoy your dividends.

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Re: KPS pays a dividend
« Reply #24 on: October 27, 2014, 10:39:49 am »

KPS is pleased to announce our eleventh weekly dividend payment!

This week's payment has once again been raised (for the 11th week in a row) and will be 0.196 BTC,
paid over 10,690 shares,
or 0.00001833 BTC per share for coinsortium investors.

Today's BTER rate is 0.000614,
therefore the NXT payment is 0.00001833 / 0.0000614 per share, or
0.30 NXT per share for NXT AE investors.
Expected price assuming dividends represent 1%/month interest rate = 0.30*52/12/0.01 = 130 NXT/share

Thank you for your support,


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In Other News:

After October we will move to monthly dividend payments. We estimate we will save more than 100 NXT/month this way, which we feel is significant. Shareholders can opt-out if they wish to pay transaction fees themselves. Please PM me if you wish to opt out of a switch to monthly payments (you can go back later if you want).
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Re: KPS pays a dividend
« Reply #25 on: October 28, 2014, 02:13:46 pm »

+1 for regular weekly payments, I think I got early shares around 12 NXT so .3 weekly dividends is quite enjoyable.

I am in favour of monthly payments, once you establish yourself and we have a clear idea about the expected payouts, switching to regular monthly payouts is great, both as asset issuer (reducing overheads, distribution fees etc) and as an investor once I have a good investment in the bag, its time to research and find another superstar asset.

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Re: KPS pays a dividend
« Reply #26 on: October 28, 2014, 06:11:28 pm »

+1 for regular weekly payments, I think I got early shares around 12 NXT so .3 weekly dividends is quite enjoyable.

I am in favour of monthly payments, once you establish yourself and we have a clear idea about the expected payouts, switching to regular monthly payouts is great, both as asset issuer (reducing overheads, distribution fees etc) and as an investor once I have a good investment in the bag, its time to research and find another superstar asset.

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How about a compromise, twice in a month? Cuts the costs in half and keeps investors in the light.  :)
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« Reply #27 on: October 28, 2014, 06:44:09 pm »

+1 for regular weekly payments, I think I got early shares around 12 NXT so .3 weekly dividends is quite enjoyable.

I am in favour of monthly payments, once you establish yourself and we have a clear idea about the expected payouts, switching to regular monthly payouts is great, both as asset issuer (reducing overheads, distribution fees etc) and as an investor once I have a good investment in the bag, its time to research and find another superstar asset.

GoNXT

How about a compromise, twice in a month? Cuts the costs in half and keeps investors in the light.  :)

Well, I've said that investors can opt out of monthly payments and keep weekly payments, but actually that creates problems if people buy or sell during the month. No real world company pays dividends more often than once per month, so I think it's something the market will just have to adjust to. I realize that this may cause people to divest and reinvest into weekly paying assets; that's fine; I think that those other companies won't do as well as a company that likes to keep costs low ;-)

I think what I can do for you is keep your shares offline for you and pay you weekly instead of monthly. If you transfer your shares to our holding account, I will make a note on our spreadsheet that you would like your payments made weekly. You could take your shares back online at any time.

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Re: KPS pays a dividend
« Reply #28 on: October 29, 2014, 02:05:15 pm »

I'm a small investor and about a quarter of my weekly dividend gets eaten up by the fee. So, I'm quite happy about the change to a monthly dividend, thank you. :)
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« Reply #29 on: October 29, 2014, 03:21:35 pm »

I'm a small investor and about a quarter of my weekly dividend gets eaten up by the fee. So, I'm quite happy about the change to a monthly dividend, thank you. :)

We don't charge you fees for your dividend. But, this way, we will save money, and your dividend will increase over the long term.

Not just that, but if we bought 1 share of LTCshare2G with the money we save every month, that would add an extra 20 NXT (i.e. one share of KPS) to our coffers. Slowly but surely, this will make a big difference in our finances.  While I have your attention, I am planning to institute a small management fee of 200 shares per month. I didn't take any payment or shares from KPS. So over 1 year it would be 2400 shares, or maybe 10%-15% of the company by then. Do you think this is excessive? How would you feel with myself acquiring 200 shares a month? Thx.

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Re: KPS pays a dividend
« Reply #30 on: October 29, 2014, 03:51:40 pm »

I'm totally fine with monthly payment, I'm in it for the long run.

In future, tx fees for dividend payments may be much less of a problem.
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Re: KPS pays a dividend
« Reply #31 on: October 29, 2014, 06:45:11 pm »

I am not against getting paid for your work. Kind of like the idea myself.  :)

My concerns are:
Where the assets come from, the market or new issue.

How long it takes for you to obtain a controlling interest and what mechanism there is to prevent this.


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« Reply #32 on: October 29, 2014, 07:09:20 pm »

I am not against getting paid for your work. Kind of like the idea myself.  :)

My concerns are:
Where the assets come from, the market or new issue.

How long it takes for you to obtain a controlling interest and what mechanism there is to prevent this.

If no one buys any shares, then in 6 years I will have earned 14,400 shares, which would be about 50% of the company. The thing is, six years is a long time and I'm pretty certain that if we are around that long we will sell more shares. So I doubt I will get a controlling interest this way. I would really have liked to sell 200,000 shares of both companies, in which case it's less than 10% ownership even after 6 years. That's fine with me.

Right now, 200 shares is about $20 a month for KNS, and $100 or so for KPS. blackyblack1 said it's not a lot of money, that's true, but I have a feeling that it is the right thing to do in current market conditions. I'd really rather have more people buy in, and I don't see a value in taking too many shares before the company grows. So I am guessing 200 a month is the right number for now.

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« Reply #33 on: November 07, 2014, 06:05:44 pm »

Hi! Quick announcement.

We've finally gotten a local deal on index cards. A local paper cutting shop which I've mentioned before (the one with the ancient machines) will be able to cut blank index cards for us on 150/160gsm (which is a bit thicker than what we used previously). We will be paying around $1 per pack which is 1/3rd of our current price, which will work out really great for our bottom line. To raise money for the deal I've placed a bid at the same price as the current market price. I will sell down into my order over the weekend. Hopefully this will be seen as fair; the order at 13 has been on the market for weeks, anyone could have bought or sold at market prices until now, and anyone will be able to participate in this offer by placing a bid at 13.

If you have been thinking of picking up KPS but wanted in at a lower price, the train is leaving the station. I'll sell into the bid over the weekend, after that there will not be any reason to sell shares (did I mention, we get an office space in the new school? :) yes, no need to sell shares to get storage or office space. We will have a storage room for the paper.)

If there's any questions, post them here.
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« Reply #34 on: November 08, 2014, 04:27:28 pm »

We've finally gotten a local deal on index cards. A local paper cutting shop which I've mentioned before (the one with the ancient machines) will be able to cut blank index cards for us on 150/160gsm (which is a bit thicker than what we used previously). We will be paying around $1 per pack which is 1/3rd of our current price, which will work out really great for our bottom line.

Grats printshop! Great to hear that things have been going well for you, including the school deal you mentioned some time back.
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« Reply #35 on: November 08, 2014, 04:54:07 pm »

We've finally gotten a local deal on index cards. A local paper cutting shop which I've mentioned before (the one with the ancient machines) will be able to cut blank index cards for us on 150/160gsm (which is a bit thicker than what we used previously). We will be paying around $1 per pack which is 1/3rd of our current price, which will work out really great for our bottom line.

Grats printshop! Great to hear that things have been going well for you, including the school deal you mentioned some time back.

Well, these things take time. We start building in a couple of weeks. I was initially told "next week" but now I hear that's just the time we will meet with the builder and go over the materials. It's pissing me off actually, since I had originally expected to start building in January (yes, a year ago basically) but there was some garbage with firing an architect.

Now that things are starting to settle down with the paper order it looks as if our dividend amount will rise about 20-25%, slightly outpacing the shares out. So investors are not seeing dilution, but growth. I'm just a really impatient person I guess, because I am slightly uneasy about this whole situation. It's like I can't relax until the school is built.

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« Reply #36 on: November 08, 2014, 06:47:34 pm »

We've finally gotten a local deal on index cards. A local paper cutting shop which I've mentioned before (the one with the ancient machines) will be able to cut blank index cards for us on 150/160gsm (which is a bit thicker than what we used previously). We will be paying around $1 per pack which is 1/3rd of our current price, which will work out really great for our bottom line.

Grats printshop! Great to hear that things have been going well for you, including the school deal you mentioned some time back.

It's like I can't relax until the school is built.

That's the thing with being a perfectionist.  :)
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Re: KPS pays a dividend
« Reply #37 on: November 08, 2014, 07:10:30 pm »

I cleared all shares @13NXT...

Is there a possibiltiy to get more at similar prices...?

 
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« Reply #38 on: November 09, 2014, 10:19:24 am »

I cleared all shares @13NXT...

Is there a possibility to get more at similar prices...?

We don't really need any more money, but I did say that the offer would remain open for the weekend (what I meant was, until Monday) so that everyone would have a chance to participate. That way it wouldn't be seen as a grab for personal shares at a low price  ;D

We can still use more money, but it will start to be less and less accretive going forward. For example, we are probably going to need to incorporate at some point. That would cost around 4,000 shares at current prices, but the tax savings might not make up for the cost of incorporation at this stage. We could use a saddle stapler too (ex. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0006HVU8S/ref=pe_57400_124407650_em_1p_0_ti), because the long arm stapler I have is a little bit inaccurate (though, I'm really good at it). But these things are not vital to the business. I will have to think hard where to put the money so it isn't a waste.
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« Reply #39 on: November 09, 2014, 10:47:20 am »

I will have to think hard where to put the money so it isn't a waste.

Now there is a nice problem to have for a change :)
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