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  • Did Share-Based Compensation Trigger Growlife's Suspension? [View article]
    What Rolling O wrote is factually correct. I don't think this is why the SEC halted PHOT, and the fact that Rosen cites this article tells me that Rosen is trolling.
    Apr 24 11:27 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Did Share-Based Compensation Trigger Growlife's Suspension? [View article]
    Yeah, I am a short. Funny. I know his name and where he lives. So does Seeking Alpha. He is a real person and solely that person. And a great guy at that!
    Apr 24 11:26 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Did Share-Based Compensation Trigger Growlife's Suspension? [View article]
    First of all, the author has a name. I know him, and he is a thoughtful guy. The points he raised were good points, but certainly no reason to halt the stock, not even close. Rosen will never file a lawsuit. They won't win anything, and they won't want to waste their time. It's a very frustrating time for all longs and supporters of the company, but no need to take it out on Rolling O.
    Apr 24 10:42 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Did Share-Based Compensation Trigger Growlife's Suspension? [View article]
    Why are you calling the author names and criticizing him?
    Apr 24 09:45 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Cannabis Stocks: What The Growlife Halt Means For The Industry [View article]
    Yeah, right! I did speak with the SEC, by the way.
    Apr 24 07:07 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Cannabis Stocks: What The Growlife Halt Means For The Industry [View article]
    I wish the SEC would share its findings - very frustrating to see halts without charges filed or explanations.
    Apr 24 12:56 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Cannabis Stocks: What The Growlife Halt Means For The Industry [View article]
    trabob, they are pink. http://bit.ly/A3TYY3

    They say that they are on track to complete the audits by the end of this month that will aid in their uplisting efforts. They also just enlisted a new independent Chairman who would seem to also support those efforts.
    Apr 22 11:32 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Cannabis Stocks: What The Growlife Halt Means For The Industry [View article]
    Peter, I am more bullish than most on demand. The new system appears to be de facto legalization, and some think that the country could also move to full legalization but under the MMPR distribution. What concerns me more than the demand is the supply. It will be interesting to see how many growers Canada approves. There could be a real glut theoretically. You are probably aware that Canada can export, by the way.
    Apr 22 10:29 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Cannabis Stocks: What The Growlife Halt Means For The Industry [View article]
    I have plenty to say, Ali! I am not sure why you care what I have to say though.
    Apr 22 10:27 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Cannabis Stocks: What The Growlife Halt Means For The Industry [View article]
    How much can Tweed grow? Their permit is for like 1/39 the size of FITX.

    " Tweed has a maximum of 15 million grams of annual production permitted by Health Canada within the currently approved structure."

    This is 39K lbs. I saw the FITX application - it's 1.3mm lbs.
    Apr 21 08:59 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • An Open Letter To GrowLife [View article]
    That is totally incorrect. There have been four stock halts in this sector: AVNE, PTOG, CDFT and CANN. They all started trading after the two-week suspension. CANN has traded much better than one would have expected.
    Apr 19 11:20 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Medical Marijuana's 4th Quarter Update: Less Than It Appears [View article]
    Not searchable either...
    Apr 18 10:59 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Capitalizing On Cannabis: Key Addition To GrowLife Management Team Solidifies Story [View article]
    CANN yes, PHOT I need a better understanding.
    Apr 16 12:14 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Cannabis Stocks: What The Growlife Halt Means For The Industry [View article]
    Nice job, Abdallah. This is so true: "This is evident because most financial websites fail to include convertible debt, convertible preferred stocks, warrants and options into their calculations of market cap." This is one of the things that I try to explain all the time. Some of the companies seem to go out of their way to point this out (like TRTC and even PHOT), while others seem to push back against considering the entirety of the capital structure. Another issue is that many stocks (not PHOT) have very tiny floats relative to the number of shares outstanding, and it seems that over the past few months traders have purposefully exploited this at times. CANV, CANN, FSPM and MDBX come to mind here.
    Apr 15 06:50 AM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Did Share-Based Compensation Trigger Growlife's Suspension? [View article]
    It's an issue, Rolling O, but not SEC-suspension inducing...
    Apr 15 12:05 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
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