Rick J. Makoujy Jr. with Mango Capital, Inc. (OTC: MCAP), called in to SmallCapVoice.com to go over his Company’s business model and markets.  Makoujy is a Wall Street expert and has authored both Accounting In An Hour and McGraw Hill’s How to Read a Balance Sheet. Makoujy has spent the last several years growing Land Ho, Inc. into America’s Premier Land Wholesaler (www.LandHo.TV). Recently quoted in a MCAP press release, Makoujy stated, “we have assembled a terrific and motivated team and are thrilled at the opportunity to efficiently grow Mango into a major domestic land owner. This will be a great way for investors to diversify their portfolios with land in the United States without the hassles and expense of evaluating properties and paying taxes. Mango plans to acquire promising real property efficiently utilizing company shares as currency and intends to opportunistically sell properties for cash and/or notes.  The company will have broad discretion but a single ultimate purpose:  Maximizing Shareholder Value.”  Mango Capital expects to start paying dividends in 2016.

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