• Ashraf Eassa
    Where are the $MJNA.PK pumper trolls now? $0.30 -> $0.12 since my call.
    6/15/13
    Reply (28)
    • Seriouspatt: No, it doesn't. Don't let this become Facebook/Youtube, whatever. Appreciation comes in better ways than "likes".
      6/15/13
    • bd4uandu: Sold mine moved on to booze $ROX
      6/15/13
    • hahaha48: I still think all article contributors (or anyone who comments) in sa should have a formal record of all their calls posted for all to see.
      6/15/13
    • hahaha48: they should post when they make the call and the result added when it is known. Anything else is not official and do not count
      6/15/13
    • Mercury Value: haha ashraf i think you and alan have earned a victory lap on this one after all the heat you guys were taking
      6/16/13
    • Ashraf Eassa: Heh, yeah. I think enough people did listen to me that all of my articles were well worth the heat I took.
      6/16/13
    • Abuelo Favorito: You act as if the story has ended, over, kaput, mjna went under. NOT. Premature victory laps are not uncommon my friend, tread carefully!
      6/17/13
    • Ashraf Eassa: Anybody short from $0.30 is running many victory laps ;)
      6/17/13
    • Abuelo Favorito: Just ask John Paulson of "The Greatest Trade Ever Made". His funds are down 50% this year. Moments of genius can sometimes be lucky timing!
      6/17/13
    • Abuelo Favorito: For everybody that sold a share somebody bought a share so not everybody agrees with you!
      6/17/13
    • Ashraf Eassa: Sure, and those people are now sitting on huge losses, heh. If I were able to short this thing, I would have bet everything against it.
      6/17/13
    • Ashraf Eassa: See, $MJNA.PK isn't a real company with real earnings or revenues. It doesn't file with the SEC and it deals in Monopoly money.
      6/17/13
    • Ashraf Eassa: Nearly a no-brainer short at $0.30, and still probably some juice left in it at these levels although I think the risk/reward isn't as good
      6/17/13
    • Abuelo Favorito: Guess we'll have to agree to disagree!
      6/17/13
    • Ashraf Eassa: I mean, I guess...but if your basis is in the $0.30+ range, then you need the stock to triple for this to have been worth it...
      6/17/13
    • Abuelo Favorito: My basis is my business and my prerogative is to hold. You and I actually agree that concerning mjna fundamentals may not be what matters?
      6/17/13
    • Ashraf Eassa: $MJNA.PK was a sentiment trade on the potential legalization of marijuana, but it is clear that mgmt is using the stock as a piggy bank
      6/17/13
    • Abuelo Favorito: I believe there's no stopping MJ legalization. The "potential" you speak of is still very real...IMHO
      6/17/13
    • Abuelo Favorito: Investors are like used cars, there's always newbies looking for a trade!
      6/17/13
    • Ashraf Eassa: Okay, but see...$MJNA.PK doesn't actually profit from legalization...or anything, really. It's a sham of a business.
      6/17/13
    • Abuelo Favorito: You're a broken record, what else you got???
      6/17/13
    • Ashraf Eassa: The broken record was worth listening to all the way down ;)
      6/17/13
    • Alan Brochstein, CFA: Abuelo Favorito, check out AE's article on BIZM. You may think he is a broken record, but you should click his profile and see how many hits
      6/20/13
    • Abuelo Favorito: Ash lost all credibility with me with his "pumper troll", "pump and dump", "monopoly money scam" talk. Not professional IMHO, sorry.
      6/20/13
    • Abuelo Favorito: That's where I credit you Alan, you've stayed professional no matter the criticism. That earned my respect over time!
      6/20/13
    • Ashraf Eassa: Whether you found it professional or not is your business. My business was trying to save people from getting burned.
      6/20/13
    • Abuelo Favorito: My advice is not to change your business but to articulate in a more grown up professional manner. Pumper Troll? Come on??
      6/20/13
    • Ashraf Eassa: Abuelo - you are not the "pumper troll" that I reference.
      6/20/13