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LD Holdings, Inc. (LDHL) Business Acquisition Model Ramping Up as Baby Boomer Retirements Hit Full Stride

September 17, 2014

Some of the latest research out of one of the nation’s most experienced firms assisting senior policy owners, Asset Life Settlements, indicates baby boomers are seeking to cash out and retire more and more in recent years, precisely as predicted by numerous other analysts. Relative improvements in the near-term economic outlook, as well as the overall performance health of small businesses, has driven up the number of aging owners looking to sell their businesses and one can see a strong correlation here with the Pepperdine University data from May this year, which found that 65% of all businesses sold in Q1 were from baby boomers, further reinforcing the validity of this growing trend. Pepperdine’s survey from last year, showing 67% of business owners intended to retire in the next decade, is a another leading indicator here and characterizes accurately the projected roadmap for the roughly 25M or more small businesses estimated to be sold over the next decade or so as boomers retire.

The U.S. small business confidence index rose slightly in August, with business owners also anticipating improving conditions and subsequently planning increased CAPEX, according to a related survey by the National Federation of Independent Business. Pair that up with the fact that boomers control approximately 70% of the total wealth of the U.S. and represent over half the nation’s purchasing power, as well as consumer spending, and you get a pretty accurate picture of what the next decade and a half will look like, especially when it comes to business turnovers. The fact that boomers represent upwards of 80% of the leisure travel market and generate some 77% of the country’s financial assets basically says it all, we are going to see one of the greatest wealth transitions in the history of the entire planet as boomers continue to retire at the rate of 10k plus a day (Pew Research), shaking up plenty of acquisition opportunity in what is an approximately $17T pie.

This is where financial/management holding company LD Holdings, Inc. is targeting their expansion strategy, emphasizing an ability to provide financial services to an underserved retiree market and generate considerable returns for their investors by employing a small cap Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK-A) roll up approach. Focusing on acquiring profitable sub-$20M businesses (larger targets considered, nothing smaller than $2M generally and profitability for 3-5 years as well as a clear ramping strategy required) and empowered by a $10M secured credit facility from a qualified institution, the company has already taken their first major steps towards finishing an initial goal of acquiring three targets totaling some $16M in sales ($2.3M EBITDA), via an LOI with a certain Midwest Landscape Maintenance Company. LDHL is also currently still in negotiations with a handful of (at least four) other companies in this same vein that could be rolled up, using the initial outdoor Green Sector landscape maintenance company acquisition as a central platform for growing their footprint in the $25B plus U.S. lawn maintenance space. The lawn care services market alone is upwards of $4B a year and it seems safe to assume more and more consumers will seek out help in this regard as boomer home owners continue to retire in large numbers.

By focusing on helping profitable boomer business owners realize exit strategies amid increasingly tightened long-term, underlying economic conditions, during what is effectively an up cycle, LDHL looks to build up a strong venture capital return portfolio without incurring the risks typically associated with venture capital. This is a strong proposition to investors and with overarching plans to roll up as many as 50 businesses, consolidating them into cohesive units, there is a great deal of upside yet to be realized for LDHL. The eagerness of boomer business owners to get out while the getting is good can be fairly characterized by soaring interests costs on the $17.7T and growing U.S. national debt, putting pressures on retirees which are exacerbated further by rapidly escalating entitlement spending figures, projections on which indicate that by as early as 2019, $0.90 of every dollar of federal revenue will go to said entitlements before even one dollar is applied to any other budget item.

To further the company’s portfolio build out, LDHL has entered a JVA with one of the biggest and most well organized multimedia marketing companies in the country, Internet Marketing Consortium, in coordination with their push into Green Initiative projects. This move gives LDHL access to a sizeable database of hundreds, or even thousands of quality acquisition targets, simultaneously bringing the company’s game plan to the fore and increasing exposure via souped-up marketing strategies that will hit social media and internet radio in particular with considerable force. President of the Internet Marketing Consortium, Beryl Wolk, brings over four decades in marketing experience to the table, having worked with outfits like QVC and the Discovery Channel, and is widely known as a sort of marketing genius.

LD Holdings’ core Business Services Division is a serious due diligence engine with a continually updated database of target companies, to which new prospects are constantly being added after their circumspect evaluation. This database also gives LDHL a historical view of different industries, distribution channels and the evolving geographical advantages or disadvantages related to a given business/sector, allowing the company to cleverly price their acquisitions. Moreover, this core business division of LDHL maintains a sizeable entrepreneur database spanning a range of specific fields and sectors, an invaluable resource for strategizing acquisitions and acquired targets’ post-acquisition business models, as well as for rigorously vetting new acquisition candidates. Similarly, LDHL’s Business Services Division maintains a database of key investors. Investors tagged for possessing a shared vision and similar objectives, who also are known for their desire to get in at the ground floor and stick to their guns, holding on for long-term, superior rates of return.

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LD Holdings, Inc. (LDHL) Preparing to Capitalize on Unprecedented Opportunities Created by America’s Largest Transfer of Wealth

September 9, 2014

The largest demographic group within the United States today is the baby boomer generation, or the approximately 78 million Americans who were born between 1946 and 1964. Baby boomers also account for a sizable portion of American small business ownership. The capital sourcing network Axial estimates that as much as 66% of American small businesses are owned by baby boomer entrepreneurs.

In 2011, the oldest boomers turned 65 years of age, a period at which many people cross over into retirement. Pew Research reports that for the next 17 years, approximately 10,000 people will reach retirement age each day, a trend which is set to give rise to the largest transfer of wealth in American history. It is estimated that over the 15-20 years, more than 25 million small business worth over $17 trillion in the United States will be sold. For the private equity sector, this massive transfer of generational assets holds unprecedented opportunities for profitable company acquisitions and business scaling.

Ohio-based LD Holdings is being strategic in how it is approaching these opportunities. Tightened banking regulations and compressed buyer interest in companies that fit this profile have left this market largely untapped. As a result, there is room for LD Holdings to strengthen its influence among what it perceives to be a largely financially underserved population. In the process, it anticipates that it will grow into a recognized buyer of baby boomer businesses.

LD Holdings has set its target prospects to be established, profitable companies that fit a range of stringent criteria. Ideally, an acquisition target will have $2-$20 million in revenues, quality management teams and personnel, brand equity, and potential for building up a portfolio that generates strong venture capital returns with minimal venture capital risk. LD Holdings plans to acquire 50 of these businesses and consolidate them wherever possible into cohesive business units.

In these efforts, LD Holdings is bolstered by its experienced Chairman of the Board, John R. Ayling, a figure well-acquainted with the baby boomer generation and the significant economic opportunities presented by its exit from the American small business landscape. LD Holdings will also be leveraging its strategic relationship with Internet Marketing Consortium and its extensive database of 250,000 potential companies, 800 entrepreneurial figures, and growing numbers of institutional and non-institutional investors to capitalize on these historically unprecedented trends.

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LD Holdings (LDHL) Charts Growth through Acquisition of Baby Boomer-Owned Companies

September 4, 2014

LD Holdings (LDHL) focuses its endeavors on acquisitions presented by Baby Boomer business owners that are interested in selling their companies as they head into retirement. The company is actively seeking to acquire profitable companies that meet criteria fitting its business model. Acquisition prospect characteristics are $2 million-$20 million in revenues, experienced management, personnel, measurable brand equity, and potential for building up a portfolio that generates venture capital returns with low venture capital risk.

There is a solid foundation to LD Holdings’ strategy to focus on this market. Baby Boomer demographics reveal that there are approximately 78 million people born between 1946 and 1964, many of whom are business owners. Estimates suggest that 25 million small businesses in the United States have a total worth exceeding $17 trillion and that they will be on the market and sold by year 2034. Tighter banking regulations and low buyer interest in companies fitting LD Holdings’ acquisition criteria make this an uncluttered market, thus providing opportunities for LD Holdings to grow.

The company is backed by experienced management familiar with the Baby Boomer generation as well as the small business buy/sell markets.

John R. Ayling, LD Holding’s chairman of the board, is also the company’s largest shareholder and co-founder. Since 1989, he has served as president of Continental Capital Management, Inc., a money management firm located in Sylvania, Ohio. From 1983 to 1988, he served as vice president at Oberweis Securities following a 13-year career managing accounts for individuals and institutions with Bell & Beckwith in Toledo, Ohio. Ayling is a NASD-registered representative and holds Series 7, 24, and 63 licenses. He formerly served as a captain with the U.S. Army and served in Vietnam. He has also helped launch several start-up operations, financed several business enterprises, and provided management support for a variety of management phases with emphasis on business integration and financial controls.

LD Holdings is currently working on a plan which calls for accumulating at least 50 companies and consolidating them into business units whenever possible. Earlier this year, the company disclosed it had received a commitment from a qualified institution for a credit line of up to $10 million enabling it to pursue its initial round of business acquisitions. Through its partnership with Internet Marketing Consortium, LD Holdings plans to increase its outreach to angel investors for acquisition capital while cultivating its extensive database of company, entrepreneur, institutional and non-institutional investor prospects.

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LD Holdings, Inc. (LDHL) Preparing for Strong Acquisition Opportunities Presented by Retiring Small Business Owners

August 28, 2014

Columbus, Ohio-based LD Holdings is focused on the strong acquisition opportunities posed by the upcoming wave of baby boomer owners looking to sell off their businesses. The company looks to acquire profitable baby boomer-owned companies that meet a set of tailored criteria. Acquisition prospects ideally will have $2-$20 million in revenues, quality management teams and personnel, brand equity, and potential for building up a portfolio that generates strong venture capital returns with minimal venture capital risk.

It’s hardly a secret as to why LD Holdings is focused on this space. Currently there are 78 million people who are part of the baby boomer generation, or individuals who were born between 1946 and 1964. Baby boomers account for a sizable portion of small business ownership within the United States. It’s estimated that over 25 million small businesses in the United States worth more than $17 trillion will be sold within the next 15-20 years. Tighter banking regulations and lack of buyer interest in companies that fit LD Holdings’ target mold make this a less-crowded market with strong opportunities for LD Holdings to grow into a recognizer buyer of boomer businesses.

LD Holdings’ plan calls for accumulating at least 50 of these companies and consolidating them into more cohesive business units whenever possible. In a headline from earlier this year, LD Holdings disclosed it had received a commitment from a qualified institution for a credit line of up to $10 million, which enables it to pursue its initial round of business acquisitions. Via its recently-formed joint venture with Internet Marketing Consortium, LD Holdings will also be increasing its outreach to angel investors for acquisition capital while tapping into its extensive database of company, entrepreneur, and institutional and non-institutional investor prospects for a solid network of investment partners, acquisition targets, and savvy management talent.

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LD Holdings, Inc. (LDHL) 3-Step Business Strategy Caters to Baby Boomers as Well as Young, Diverse Crowd of Buyers

August 21, 2014

There is considerable buzz out there that a large population of Baby Boomer generation is gearing up to sell its business endeavors to younger buyers. The forecast is that business-owning Boomers are ready to enter into their Golden Years and that in the next 20 years there will be trillions of dollars’ worth of businesses that go on the market as they do. Let’s say the prediction is true – are there enough prospective buyers willing to test the small business market and send Baby Boomers into their retirement?

There are plenty buyers and they are a diverse and young bunch, according to a 2013 report by Bizjournals.com. In a study of 2,000 buyers and sellers, the report showed that more than ever before, women and minorities are looking for business ownership opportunities. While the market is still male-dominated (comprising 81% of all buyers), women accounted for 9% of buyers over 65 years old; 19% of buyers 50-64 years old; 20% of buyers 30-49 years old, and 23% of buyers 18-29 years old.

Interested parties were also more racially diverse, especially among the younger crowd. Bizjournals.com reported findings that while 87% of buyers aged 65 and older were Caucasian, that percentage decreased as the age of buyers decreased. Caucasians accounted for 78% of buyers aged 50-64 years; 66% of those aged 30-49 years; and 48% of those aged 18-29 years.

So how exactly will this transfer of generational assets go down once the Boomers are ready to sell?

Historically, business sellers would only provide minimal or no financing to the buyer. These types of transactions were too large for most individuals to finance and too risky for banks, which took into consideration the company’s individual merits as opposed to the buyer’s personal balance sheet. On the other hand, these transactions were too small to interest most institutional investors.

Today, there’s a new form of financing triggered by the anticipated Boomer sell-off.

Companies like LD Holdings are gearing up to step in and fill-in the blanks, noting that there are currently more than 25 million small businesses worth an aggregate $17 trillion that will be sold in the next 15-20 years. This particular company’s goal is to become a “known buyer” of small companies that meet its acquisition criteria, including an existing management and personnel, brand equity, customers and cash flow, at discounted prices. It will then attempt to produce venture capital-type returns without the venture capital risks associated with a start-up company.

Within five years, LD Holdings plans to accumulate at least 45 of these small companies and to slowly meld them into cohesive business units. The company’s objective, through aggressive use of the Internet, is that while the search for acquisitions is being conducted, it will establish an outside investor base that shares the company’s vision and objectives is willing to hold their positions for a year or more.

Through its Business Services Division, LD Holdings maintains a database of entrepreneurs looking for business owning opportunities, giving particular attention to those with specific backgrounds and expertise that will be available for both acquisition evaluation and strategizing the post-acquisition business model, once the financial aspects of the transaction are determined.

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LD Holdings, Inc. (LDHL) to Capitalize on the Upcoming Tidal Wave of Baby Boomer Businesses Due to Flood the Marketplace

August 14, 2014

The largest part of the population segment of the United States is the Baby Boomer generation which consists of 78 million Americans, born between the years of 1946 to 1964. That is about 25% of a population that is around 317 million. According to a recent study by BIG Research, 9% of boomers with household incomes exceeding $50,000 are small business owners. Using simple math that means 7 million companies in the United States are owned by individuals 44 – 62 years old.

According to the Family Firm Institute, about a third of those small businesses will be successfully transferred to their children. The children of over 67% of those businesses have opted not to go into the family business. This means that these Baby Boomer owned businesses will either ultimately be dissolved as the owner faces retirement, fall into the owner’s estate upon his death, or the business owner will seek a qualified buyer for his business.

Based on figures from the Exit Planning Institute, it is estimated that over 8 million privately-held small businesses will be sold over the next 10-12 years, of which the majority are retiring Baby Boomer business owners. This is mainly due to the simple fact that over the next 18 years, Baby Boomers will be turning 65 at a rate of 8,000 every day. The sheer volume of companies for sale will inherently reduce purchase prices due to
simple supply-demand economics, otherwise, more sellers of small businesses than buyers. This reduced pricing provides leverage to those looking to acquire valuable businesses at a low price.

This is exactly where LD Holdings positions itself, as a qualified buyer of privately held Baby Boomer owned businesses with revenues of $25 million or greater. LD Holdings is effectively structuring itself as the Berkshire Hathaway of small Boomer-owned businesses. The business model involves acquisition of companies that are fully profitable, entrenched with experienced personnel, have brand name equity, a solid and loyal customer base, and consistent cash flow. As the original management retires, a younger more aggressive management is placed into the business with a more aggressive business plan focused on maximizing shareholder equity. Due to market conditions, these companies can be acquired at a discount, allowing for venture capital like returns, without taking venture capital style risks.

LD Holdings will essentially act as a business incubator and provide marketing services to portfolio companies via its joint venture agreement with the Internet Marketing Consortium. Enhanced marketing will be achieved using e-media, Internet radio, and social media. LD Holdings will essentially market businesses for sale to a network of accredited investors that will hold onto their positions for at least a year to maximize returns and minimize taxes. LD Holdings Business Holding Division will be responsible for running the operational side of portfolio companies, overseeing the management of the varied acquisitions to ensuring optimum performance of each business.

Business owners that are Baby Boomers have depended on their businesses as a source of income for a significant part of their lives, and have spent a sizable portion of their life growing their business. Many will be seeking to turn their businesses into cash as they face retirement. The sheer number of retiring Baby Boomers will create an excellent opportunity to cherry pick among those businesses best positioned for future growth. Patient investors in LD Holdings will be able to capitalize on the biggest demographic trend to sweep the nation.

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LD Holdings, Inc. (LDHL) Pairs Skilled Management with Scalable Business Plan

August 8, 2014

LD Holdings is an Ohio-based financial and management holding company with a mature and experienced management team. Led by John R. Ayling, LD Holdings’ founder, chief executive officer and largest shareholder, the company is dedicated to a scalable business plan within a largely untapped market.

A graduate of the University of Toledo, Mr. Ayling served as a Captain in the US Army from 1966 to 1968. From 1969 on, he gained experience and expertise from launching various start-up operations; financing numerous business enterprises; serving as a money manager to institutions and individuals; and providing support and development for all phases of management, including business integration and financial controls. His four decades of business knowledge have prepared him to lead a company like LD Holdings, which is in the business of acquiring profitable baby boomer businesses with $2 to $20 million in revenues.

Over 25 million small businesses in the US are worth more than $17 trillion and will be sold during the next 15 to 20 years, creating multiple wealth-generation opportunities. LD Holdings wants to become a recognized buyer of such boomer businesses and the key to its business model is fairly simple. It will look to acquire established, profitable companies with existing management and personnel, brand equity, customers, and cash flow at economical prices and attempt to produce venture capital type returns without the venture capital risks of start-up companies.

The company’s five-year plan is to accumulate at least fifty of these small companies and combine them into unified business units, when and where possible. LD Holdings will aggressively use the Internet and foremost investor groups to find angel investors to provide the acquisition capital while searching for and evaluating the businesses to be acquired. Ideally, these angel investors will be seeking a higher than normal rate of return and willing to hold their positions for at least a year to maximize results and minimize individual tax costs.

By continuously focusing on transparency and liquidity, LD Holdings’ management will practice low-cost operations while remaining shareholder and market conscious and totally committed to the company’s growth.

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LD Holdings, Inc. (LDHL) Develops Unique Business Plan

July 29, 2014

LD Holdings is in the business of acquiring profitable baby boomer-owned businesses with brand equity, quality personnel and management, $2 – $20 million in revenues, and the prospect of creating a portfolio that will yield great venture capital returns with minimal venture capital risk.

The company’s business model is aimed at a large business-owning segment of the population, which it believes is financially underserved in these unusual economic times. The company means to effect a comparable growth and acquisitions strategy as those used by established public companies and other large cap institutions.

LD Holdings is focusing on the $2 to $20 million sales sector for a reason. Because of the difficulty of financing and little competition in this area, there are many opportunities for buying at great value. There are also numerous value drivers:

1. One value driver is the ability to bring together smaller illiquid, non-transparent private companies and build larger public company groups, which will allow for higher valuations because of the growth in size.

2. A second is that valuation differences between private and public companies in the small company sector are two to three times higher for public companies.

3. A third value driver is to bring in younger, entrepreneurial, and highly motivated leaders to replace the retiring owners, a move which will drive organic growth through the use of the latest technology and marketing and sales skills.

The company’s early focus will be on four broad business sectors that can help it meet its goal of doubling each acquired company’s value over a three to five year time period: (a) Finance and Business Services; (b) Entertainment and Media; (c) Outdoor Services; and (d) Surface Finishing.

LD Holdings is in the initial stages of implementing its business plan to draw small baby boomer business owners, younger entrepreneurial leaders, and financial investors together. The company currently has a database of 250,000 potential companies, 800 entrepreneurial leaders, and a growing number of institutional and non-institutional investors.

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LD Holdings, Inc. (LDHL) Braces for Incredible Opportunity Created by America’s Largest Wealth Transfer

July 23, 2014

Players in a proactive niche of the finance industry are gearing up to take advantage of an anticipated wave of opportunity triggered by the retiring Baby Boomer generation. In 2011, the oldest members of the boomer population started celebrating their 65th birthdays, and for many this represents the transition into retirement. For the next 17 years, approximately 10,000 Baby Boomers each day will turn 65, a trend expected to generate the largest wealth transfer in American history.

Many Baby Boomers are entrepreneurs (some estimates peg the figure as high as 66% of small businesses), and for them, exiting the workforce means putting a For Sale sign on the door of their business. As a result, approximately $10 trillion worth of business will change hands in the next 11 years. The consensus is, however, that though many of these business owners are riding out economic uncertainty and waiting for the right time to sell, the majority of them haven’t planned an exit strategy to actually do so.

More and more equity firms are already staffing up, gearing up, and beginning to cater to the needs of retiring Baby Boomer business owners. These firms are seeking out investors and partners to provide additional capital and recruiting younger management to help further develop these companies before selling them at an increased value. Anxiously waiting at the other end of the spectrum are loads of buyers waiting to place a bid.

Operating through two strategic business units, Ohio-based LD Holdings is one of the firms preparing for this massive transfer of wealth. The financial and management holding company has developed a three-step process to bridge the sale and transfer of Baby Boomer-owned businesses with $2 million-$20 million in revenues and operating in one of four key sectors: biomedical, tech, entertainment or the green sector.

Keeping a database of target companies, investors and entrepreneurs, LD Holdings aims to stand out as a well-prepared and able player throughout this generational shift of assets, acquiring multiple profitable business entities to produce venture capital returns without the risks associated with venture capital start-ups.

Based on its five-year strategy, LD Holdings will merge its acquired entities into cohesive business units to generate revenues through organic growth to exceed $30 million during the first five years. The company recently received a financial commitment of up to $10 million from a qualified institution, enabling the company to pursue its initial business acquisitions.

In a statement announcing the letter of intent, LD Holdings CEO John Ayling summed up the company’s opportunity and vision for the near future, saying, “I am enthused that we have taken one of the first big steps in accelerating our efforts to target the best of up to 25 million companies coming of age in the ‘Baby Boomer’ era. In my opinion, this is an unprecedented ‘capture of wealth’ opportunity for small businesses in the history of our country. This secured line of credit facility will form the debt requirements the company needs to complete its first three acquisition targets which will total $16 million sales and $2.3 million EBITDA.”

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LD Holdings, Inc. (LDHL) Targets Boomer Businesses for Acquisition

July 17, 2014

LD Holdings, Inc., located in Perrysburg in Northwest Ohio, is a financial and management holding company that has identified a significant business opportunity. LD Holdings intends to fill a void in the small business world regarding the sale and transfer of businesses from baby boomer owners to the next generation.

Baby boomers are the largest demographic group in America. 78 million boomers were born between 1946 and 1964, 10,000 will turn 65 every day for the next 19 years, and a boomer turns 50 every 7 seconds. Baby boomers also control approximately 70% of the total wealth in the United States and 50% of the discretionary spending power. Before 2030, over $40 trillion will be transferred to their descendants. LD Holdings believes it has a scalable business plan for this largely untapped market, and will play the role of facilitator for the generational transfer of profitable baby boomer businesses with revenues up to $25 million.

Considering today’s financial environment, there have been difficulties involved with borrowing acquisition money. Historically, business sellers have not sought to provide financing to the prospective buyer and, unfortunately, these types of transactions are normally too large for most individuals, too risky for banks who now have new regulations and too small for most institutional-type investors to finance.

LD Holdings’ business model seeks to capitalize on the massive transfer of generational assets, particularly where boomers are looking to transition from the ownership of small businesses into retirement and are facing pressure to accept values below their true market value just to get the business sold. The company will look to create venture capital returns without venture capital risks by acquiring profitable baby boomer companies and incentivizing the younger management who will take over running the companies. The firm’s leadership is especially focused on business acquisitions that are successful and have a history of profits and cash flow.

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LD Holdings, Inc. (LDHL) Hones Focus on Retiring Baby Boomer Business Owners

July 10, 2014

As the largest demographic of the United States population, Baby Boomers control approximately 70% of the Americas total wealth. The oldest members of this population are on the cusp of retirement, and as they leave the workforce to enter the golden years, industry experts expect the transition to have a significant economic impact. For Boomers that own small businesses, in particular, retirement means selling their company to the next generation of owners.

Ohio-based LD Holdings goal is to bridge the gap in the business world regarding the sale and transfer of these businesses from the Boomers to the buyers. The companys research shows that there more than 25 million small businesses in the United States, collectively valued at more than $17 trillion, that will be sold in the next 15-20 years.

To capitalize on this transfer of assets, LD Holdings is building a portfolio of venture capital returns without the venture capital risk by acquiring profitable, Boomer-owned companies that meet a set of specific criteria: $2 million – $20 million in revenues, quality management and personnel, and brand equity.

The company operates two divisions with varying responsibilities: the Business Services Division includes the buyers, managers and investors of the prospective companies; and the Business Operating Division will be responsible for managing the portfolio of acquired companies.

Within five years, LD Holdings aims to accumulate at least 50 small companies and integrate them into cohesive business units when possible. Using a conservative $10 million of revenues as an average, LD Holdings anticipates that this strategy will result in consolidated total revenues of $500 million by 2018. The company is seeking Angel Investors to provide the capital while the search for these business acquisitions is being conducted.

As LD Holdings advances its acquisition and portfolio plans, it points to similar and successful growth and acquisitions strategies used by well-known public companies like Berkshire Hathaway and other large cap institutions. Mimicking these strategies, LD Holdings management team remains focused and dedicated to the companys scalable business plan and corporate vision.

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LD Holdings, Inc. (LDHL) Enters Joint Venture Deal with Internet Marketing Consortium (IMC)

July 2, 2014

LD Holdings announced today that the financial and management holding company has signed a joint venture agreement with Internet Marketing Consortium. IMC is one of the nation’s largest multimedia marketing companies.

Beryl Wolk, President of IMC commented, “This joint venture (#1414), with marketing emphasis on e-media, internet radio network and modern day social media strategies, will further enhance the growth patterns desired by LD Holdings by exposing its business model to hundreds and possibly thousands more quality targeted businesses from my database alone.” Mr. Wolk over the past 40+ years has been classified as the “World’s Greatest Marketing Genius.” Further, he has worked with The Cable Guide, Discovery Channel, The Preview Channel, QVC, Resource One (5000 Kiosks/Carts in 500 malls), Family Guide and Millionaire.com.

John Ayling, President & CEO of LD Holdings, added, “We are very excited about this relationship, especially for the launch of our Green Initiative projects on the near horizon, a truly worthy market sector in view of unstable weather patterns, affecting the agricultural industry, worldwide.”

The company’s Business Services Division uses a three-step process when considering acquisitions. This is at the center of where the acquisitions are found, due diligence is performed and investors are sourced to provide the funds to purchase a target company. Step one involves keeping an updated database of target companies that meet company criteria. Step two manages a database of entrepreneurs with specific backgrounds that will be available for both acquisition evaluation and strategizing the post-acquisition business model. And step three leverages an ongoing database of investors that share the company’s vision and objectives.

LD Holdings is in the business of acquiring profitable Baby Boomer owned businesses with $2M – $20M in revenues, quality management and personnel, brand equity and the expectation of building a portfolio yielding venture capital returns without venture capital risk. The business model targets a large business-owning segment of the population, which it believes is financially underserved in today’s unusual economic times. The company plans to execute a similar growth and acquisitions strategy used by well-known public companies like Berkshire Hathaway (BRK) and other large cap institutions.

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LD Holdings, Inc. (LDHL) in Joint Venture Talks with Internet Marketing Consortium

June 26, 2014

Today before the opening bell, financial and management holding company LD Holdings announced it is in serious talks with Internet Marketing Consortium, one of the largest multimedia companies in the United States. President of Internet Marketing Consortium, Beryl Wolk is well-renowned for his extensive track record as a marketing ace.

For over 40 years, Wolk has developed hundreds of marketing strategies and joint ventures for many companies, including The Cable Guide, The Preview Channel, Discovery Channel, QVC, Resource One (5000 kiosks/carts in 500 malls), Millionaire.com, and Family Guide (helped with their first newspaper insert). LD Holdings believes a joint venture relationship with Internet Marketing Consortium would be a prime opportunity for greatly strengthening company awareness online among the financial community.

As a leading multimedia company, Internet Marketing Consortium is responsible for the development of over 1,300 joint ventures, 77 magazines affiliates, and more than 100 web affiliations, with an emphasis on electronic media, internet radio networking, and social networking strategies. With this relationship, LD Holdings could see its online exposure benefiting from access to potentially billions of website visitors Internet Marketing Consortium can attract with its online savvy per month.

“We feel additional exposure on the Internet with access to billions of hits a month should dramatically increase our company’s awareness to more than just the financial community at large. However, the renowned marketing experience that Beryl Wolk will bring to our company could not be overemphasized,” said John Ayling, President and CEO of LD Holdings.

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LD Holdings, Inc. (LDHL) is “One to Watch”

June 25, 2014

LD Holdings is a financial and management holding company focused on a niche business opportunity created by changes within the largest demographic group in America. Approximately 25 million small businesses in the United States will be sold in the next 15-20 years as the Baby Boomer generation transitions out of business ownership and into retirement. Employing a multi-faceted approach, LD Holdings seeks to take advantage of this shift by acquiring multiple profitable business entities to produce venture capital returns without the risks associated with venture capital start-ups. Presently, LDHL is targeting 4 sectors: biomedical, tech, entertainment and the green sector.

US consumers spend more than $4 Billion annually in the “do-it-for-me” (DIFM) LCS (Lawn Care Services) market, and $25 Billion+ in the LM (Lawn Maintenance) markets. They also spend another $7 Billion in the structural pest control services (PCO), a major adjacent homeowner service industry. Service category revenues vastly dwarf those of “do-it-yourself” (“DIY”), retail consumer products such as Scotts, Ortho, MiracleGro, et al despite the number of homeowners in each category being roughly equal, therefore far greater revenue per the DIFM customer. The market leaders in both LCS market, TruGreen and the LM market, Brickman/Valley Crest, have comparatively low market shares – 20% and 8% respectively – evidencing the fragmentation of both markets. Both industries are comprised of thousands of smaller firms, many of them Baby Boomer owned businesses, with many being ideal targets for “tuck-in” acquisitions. Brickman (KKR) has recently purchased Valley Crest, which ranked second on the L&L Top 100 list, for multiple times EBIDTA. In contrast, the LD Holdings business model expects to acquire the green sectors’ targeted businesses for less than EBIDTA.

Recently LD Holdings secured a $10 million (line of credit) from a qualified institution to pursue these acquisitions. This secured line of credit facility will enable the company to complete its first three acquisition targets which will total $16 million sales and $2.3 million EBITDA. The company has signed a letter of intent to close on its first company in the green sector in the 3rd quarter of this year.

LD Holdings’ five-year plan is to merge its acquired entities into cohesive business units to generate revenues through organic growth to exceed $30 Million during the first 5 years. The 5-year plan also includes additional acquisitions beyond the initial platforms and some early LM (Lawn Maintenance) “tuck-in” additions as well. Management firmly believes that the enterprise can be readily grown to $60 Million plus with LCS (Lawn Care Services) greenfield expansion (replicating the platform operating model in additional cities/geographies), franchising, branchising, and licensing. The $60 Million plus is only reflected in the company’s green sector portion of its operations.

LD Holdings is positioned to capitalize on the changing dynamics of the Baby Boomer generation while enabling investors to diversify their investment by owning several companies with increased valuations, in various sectors under one umbrella, rather than just one company at a time.

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