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  • Supreme Pharmaceuticals Inc. A New Entrant To MJ In Canada 199 comments
    Apr 5, 2014 10:19 AM | about stocks: SPRWF

    With all the excitement over Tweeds new listing, many less known names are springing up with stated intentions of entering the medical marijuana industry. The green rush attracts a wide assortment of interest but one that stands out is Supreme Pharmaceuticals Inc.

    www.supremepharmaceuticals.com/

    Let's start with the CEO because investing in a company is often an investment in people and the management.

    Three years ago, David Stadnyk went from the front pages of the Vancouver Sun as that daily newspaper's acclaimed "Sports Mogul" to personal and financial downfall. Those days are over. Today, Stadnyk, now Director, President, and Chief Executive Officer of Patch International Inc., (PTII) runs one of Canada's fastest growing junior gas and oil exploration companies with major interest in the Biomedical research company Pharmaxis, the #1 performing stock in the pharmaceuticals area on the Australian Stock Exchange.

    Over the past twenty years David Stadnyk has accumulated a diverse background in corporate management and finance. The former tennis pro (he played Pete Sampras when Pete was only 14 years old) graduated from the University of British Columbia and went on to become a licensed stockbroker with Midland Walwyn Capital Inc., Yorkton Securities Inc., and Georgia Pacific Securities Corp. from 1988 to 1991. Stadnyk served as the chairman, president, secretary and a director of Goanna Resources, Inc., a publicly listed mining company from its inception in June 1997 to March 1999.

    In 2000, David Stadnyk invested his impressive profits from the stock market in a series of community projects close to home and in sports. Stadnyk created and served as the chairman of Grand Slam Radio which launched Team 1040, Vancouver's first 24-hour sports radio station. He also created and was the chairman of Starlight Sports & Entertainment, a sports entertainment company that owned the professional soccer teams Vancouver Whitecaps and Vancouver Breakers and created the lacrosse team the Vancouver Ravens from October 1999 to May 2002.

    That was then: "Then" being before 9/11. "I went from being in the spot light and making lots of money to having the stock market crash and having my wife leave me taking my kids with her. The market crashed and I crashed," remembers Stadnyk, who won Business in Vancouver's Under 40 Outstanding Achiever Award in 2001. "I wondered if I'd see the same people I saw on the way up back on the way down, and I did. Luckily, I was able to go to them during those frustrating times and get back on my feet again. I had unfinished business that I personally had to get to, that being in the form of charity work for children and for sports, and it fueled me."

    David Stadnyk had been the president of A.C. Global Capital Group Corp. from July 1999 to September 2001 where he partnered with successful oil and gas entrepreneur Mike VanDale. VanDale was the owner of the Calgary professional soccer team whom Stadnyk had become acquainted with during his many meetings while he was heavily into the sports business arena. Together, VanDale and Stadnyk created Arsenal Energy Inc. which started with very little oil production and now produces more than two thousand barrels of oil per day. Stadnyk's positive experience with VanDale and Arsenal Energy would become invaluable in his future business ventures.

    Come backs are always a thing to marvel and Stadnyk's is nothing short of miraculous. Taking $200,000, a wing-and-a-prayer, Stadnyk went to Australia and began convincing a Bio-medical team that he could fund their research if they allowed him to license their technology and list a company on the U.S. Bulletin Board, a move Bio Tech companies never make. But Stadnyk was convincing and came home with the deal. Next Stadnyk needed to fund his new company, Praxis, so he went to the top. He got back on a plane and knocked on the door of Rothschild International. Normally Rothschild would have never have put their century old money in some Wild West show junior market but again, Stadnyk was convincing. He came home with his deal fully funded. With a $200,000 initial investment, Stadnyk has built a small fortune of approximately 30 million dollars today with an expected increase up to 50 - 100 million dollars in the next 12 months and has positioned his Bio-Med Researchers with a company that not only became the all time leading Bio-Med stock trading on the ASX (psx on the ASX), but Pharmaxis (initially a Praxis subsidiary) has just announced that it is now listed on the NASDAQ Main Board (psxl on the NASDQ). More importantly, these Bio-Med Researchers have been able to advance some of their research medicines to Stage Three clinical trials and may one day soon have the answers for a cure on such debilitating illnesses as Diabetes and Cystic Fibrosis.

    Sensing the emergence of the Energy Market, David Stadnyk was able to take his position in Pharmaxis and leverage it into a new company (Patch International Inc. trades in North America on the OTC:BB-Symbol: PTII and in Europe on the Berlin Bremen Stock Exchange - Symbol: PQG.) centered on oil and gas exploration. His first step was to immediately buy positions in 19 oil properties out of Alberta. By slowly acquiring positions in oil and gas properties located in strategic areas around the World, Stadnyk has begun to position Patch International to become one of the premier junior gas and oil exploration companies and has done it just at the time when oil prices have hit record-breaking barrel prices with countries like China and India fighting to pay as much as 8 times the value for Alberta oil companies.

    "The capacity to come back is right there in each and every one of us," explains Stadnyk. "Along with many others, I have experienced the feeling of failure but it's not defeat unless you stop trying. Like any of us, I can definitely feel challenged at times but when you get knocked down, the only thing to do is pick yourself up and come back stronger. I could not be happier right now. I have a new partner in life and all of my children are back home with me."

    Stadnyk is also picking up where he left off by contributing to the local community in general and the sports scene in particular. He is hosting a Gala event (The Gala of Golden Dreams) December 1st of this year where he will be raising funds for Canadian Olympic athletes at this black tie affair held at one of Vancouver's premier venues, The Sutton Place Hotel. Stadnyk plans to host this event annually for the next five years, raising $210,000 in the lead up to the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver.

    "It feel so good to be back in the position where I can make this kind of community investment and support causes that are important to me, let alone see my business interests shining," says Stadnyk.

    He adds, "If I had to sum it up in a sentence it would be 'I'm coming back!'"

    Source:
    www.thevoyageurs.org/index.php?/topic/74.../

    What's new

    Past the initial investment in the management, the next place to focus is on the direction. Mr. Stadnyk is in a period of DD on a grow operation that has been operating under the previous (before April 1st, 2014 switch to MMPR) licensing requirements somewhere in the Okanagon region of British Columbia. Full details have not been released to identify the subject of his diligence but on April 4th pictures were posted on the company's website of the greenhouse.

    The photo uploaded to Supreme's website drew comparisons to this growing operation in Kelowna depicted in the video. (Speculative but fun pursuit)

    www.castanet.net/news/Kelowna/103696/Leg...

    As investors we do not have all the answers to what operations Mr. Stadnyk is perusing but I see the CEO as a smart business man who likely has a solid plan. Time will tell and he has asked patience in this regard and a time window of about another 10 days to complete his due diligence on all the workings of this anticipated acquisition. He may even be looking at grouping several smaller operations together and an eye to our Southern neighbor (US) as a possible theater for the new business to operate in.

    Another important tool for an investor is communication. In this regards Supreme Pharmaceuticals has been excellent in timing PR as real news becomes available. Not daily like some would like, but very soon after the news is relevant and concrete. The website is updated often and shows many characteristics not often seen on venture exchange companies that operate in the dark.

    A couple of the press releases that have been attained at the website are shown here:

    March 26, 2014

    www.supremepharmaceuticals.com/index.php...

    April 4th, 2014

    www.supremepharmaceuticals.com/index.php...

    Licensing question

    The growing operation Mr. Stadnyk is currently reviewing has operated with a MMAP license under previous legislation and continues to do so while the new laws are being reviewed through the judicial process. Supreme has indicated their offer to purchase is contingent on receiving MMPR status and would take steps to insure the operations meet those standards. So also, one has to believe any other opportunities the CEO would consider in the future would be similarly focused.

    Due Diligence period

    The reason for the delay has been conveyed to investors through the website but briefly, the offer to purchase has a lengthy timeline attached with a $100,000 deposit and a $1,000,000 dollar plus stock price tag. Mr. Stadnyk wants to make sure the operation will be able to operate legally under the new guidelines before completing the transaction is my understanding.

    Share structure

    There are some 80 mm warrants outstanding @5 cents to be concerned about and 128 mm OS. (I welcome anyone who can find different)

    Market Cap

    Currently stands at 6-8 million depending on the trading day. This is microscopic in comparison to most MJ valuations. Supreme Pharmaceuticals has the potential to be the value play in the sector in exchange for the risk associated with the developing story. There is downside risk but the upside potential is enormous.

    Pending deal

    www.supremepharmaceuticals.com/index.php...

    Tweed vs Supreme

    I will concentrate on the pro argument for Supreme because I think the pro argument for Tweed is obvious (long TWD too).

    The growing operation that Supreme is pursuing is bound to be much smaller in size but that may be a positive in a time when there are still too many growers and not enough customers affecting profitability of behemoths like Tweed. Lots of capacity to grow at Tweed but not enough customers yet. The delay in completing a move to MMPR legislation will hamper the bottom line of larger facilities and they also will rely on full legalisation before maximum profits can be realized.

    The amount you pay for Supreme is substantially less. Most of that is because it is very speculative at this time but it also does not yet garner the headlines it could if the pending deal goes through.

    Conclusion

    Strong Buy but speculative. Buy because you believe in the management, buy because you see the potential and exuberance of investors in the sector, and buy because its a good trading stock too.

    Disclosure: I am long SPRWF.

    Themes: Marijuana grower Stocks: SPRWF
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  • Mikie713
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    Looks like Stadnyk is a man who gets what he wants and knows how to persuade. Still the question of demand. I suppose it all has to start somewhere. The cannabis industry that is. Good work, Kuala, excellent DD, let's keep our eye on Supreme.
    5 Apr, 10:47 AM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » Thanks Mikie. I was happy to find out more about his background! The demand is the key. It's very weak vs supply at this time. I invest in the space because investors look more at the possibilities than the present realities. Always have to hold your breath when you invest in trending stocks!
    5 Apr, 10:51 AM Reply Like
  • Mikie713
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    It's great to have your perspective in the mix here on SA. Those of us south of your borders need to know things may appear to work the same way as they do here, but there are differences. Some are subtle others not so subtle. I believe the major difference is the demand (at least for the time being). I also think full recreational use in the entire US is not necessary for many companies to thrive, whereas I believe that's not the case in Canada. For instance, it's very likely Oregon and California will go recreational by 2016 (if not sooner). Population wise from the Mexican to the Canadian border (California, Oregon, Washington), that rivals if not surpasses the population of the entire country of Canada. Companies like $XTRM and $CBGI already have potential (land use, demand) that far exceeds the likes of $TWD and $FITX. But let's never forget, as you point out, "present realities" don't factor into investor enthusiasm.
    5 Apr, 11:10 AM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » Yeah but Canadians bogart dude! lol

     

    I couldn't agree more though. We have a tiny authorized market of 40k patients. There is so much supply now and coming on board that investors should not start believing they are investing in profitable companies.

     

    There was an April fools joke that got me!

     

    http://bit.ly/1fMxpXG

     

    It said one of the provinces was going to pull a Colorado and legalize before the Feds. I totally believed it and later laughed but much later still....I said could happen! Ontario for instance has its own police force OPP and if they legalized who's going to stop them. Most Canadians want this legalized like your citizens I'm sure and a black swan event could occur.

     

    It's great to have your perspective too Mikie!

     

    Even if I own an equity, I am going to admit the flaws. I have to be intellectually honest. However, the perspective many have taken on SA has helped me see the dark side of investing in MJ too. It is always good to keep an open mind and be willing to change your views as I have.
    5 Apr, 11:29 AM Reply Like
  • kiholoamar
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    Great article. Initiated position last week. Will add more in coming week.
    5 Apr, 09:46 PM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » Same here Kiholamar! It looks good so far and I also will be adding. I will be adding to my position as well. I really appreciate your interest and look forward to your contributions.
    5 Apr, 09:50 PM Reply Like
  • D-1
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    good DD here, thanks. I bought some last tuesday, and waiting on that license.. - this should take off with the small cap it's got atm
    6 Apr, 01:28 AM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » It's a great opportunity for us D-1. The small cap makes it worth the risk and if Mr. Stadnyk purchases an up and running grow op, we have revenues right out of the gate too! Thank you so much for taking the time to comment. Cheers
    6 Apr, 10:51 AM Reply Like
  • Trader530
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    Don't forget Ross's Gold SYMBOL : GHIL
    Something to watch.

     

    The only Canadian medical marijuana company, in my opinion, that is backed by a legitimate celebrity.

     

    The BRAND and AWARENESS of the brand is more than Tweed or any other company in the space can offer. In addition, Ross Rebagliati is well known throughout Canada and also is NOT a stranger to Justin Trudeau and the Liberal party.

     

    It is a recent RTO and has not had the name change and symbol change yet. However, the RTO deal is done. The stock has a very small float, very small. Many of the shares are locked up for 1 year, and longer. Do your DD, but IF branding is important, GHIL could gain steam in 2014 and 2015
    6 Apr, 09:45 AM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » Thanks for the tip Trader! The small float is awesome.
    6 Apr, 10:53 AM Reply Like
  • Mikie713
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    Yes, excellent tip. Looks good, I haven't broken down the numbers but 100 shares of $GHIL might be "cheaper" than 5000 shares of $FITX, taking into the float into account.
    6 Apr, 12:08 PM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » I'm taking a look too Mikie, a lot of new opportunities that may be better than the old inflated ones.
    6 Apr, 12:30 PM Reply Like
  • Chefboy6969
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    i believe what will happen today, Monday morning this will shoot up on speculation beause a lot of "investors" were caught off guard by Tweed valuation(pps), I like SL but no comparison to Tweed, a better comparison would be FITX or AFI(CSE) or the 20 other companies in the past week that have stated" we are going to apply" come on guys, you can't fool a Canadian here
    7 Apr, 05:50 AM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » The purpose of the comparison with Tweed was not to fool anyone. Both Tweed and Supreme are being valued on their business as growers, so I feel the comparison is valid. Supreme does have other stated directions, like their mining assets that existed prior to the switch in direction (the company has said they plan to go ahead with developing those when they are able), and the pharma angle on obesity. I neglected to mention those in this blog but I may amend it when I have more details on those activities.

     

    On the other hand a comparison to FITX could be made on the basis, neither they nor Supreme currently have growing facilities or MMPR licenses. FITX market cap is 278mm today with 3.4 billion shares. FITX has plans to construct a very large and expensive grow facility so the strategy is much different too. I still believe Supreme compares favorably to FITX and the other applicants now attempting to enter the market.
    7 Apr, 10:03 AM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » Of note with Tweed. I find it interesting that they got busted by the RCMP for bringing in more product. They indicated they had more demand than supply. I did not expect that would be the case at all.

     

    Of course the various ends of the government not agreeing on a MJ approach is not surprising, frustrating and likely to continue another 100 years. Thanks to all those elected by us to screw everything up.
    7 Apr, 10:05 AM Reply Like
  • nase8
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    Good article Kuala.

     

    Curious as to where you found the financial information in regards to Supreme Pharmaceuticals Inc being profitable out the gates?

     

    Also, I think you may have mentioned we don't have much info right now but is there any speculation as to the size of the grow facility they are looking to acquire?

     

    Thank you
    8 Apr, 05:16 PM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » The financial information is my own speculation. You are bang on to question such a declaration.

     

    But here goes. The previous grow op they would like to buy has been operation already and has remained open privately because it made money and has existing customers in place. If they were making money previously then they should at least show profitability when converted to a public company. Likely not at a great P/E basis but profitable none the less. Fully, I acknowledge my logic is pure speculation. I welcome any challenges or different view points you may have.

     

    The speculation I have heard is only what I have put up on the blog. It could be someones garage in reality right? lol

     

    Hey, i don't think a guy like Mr. Stadnyk did not see or know anything about the investment he was contemplating before he flew over to the south Okanagon to check it out but by rights the whole gamut of possibilities is out there. Therefore the share price reflects that.

     

    What I do like is backing someone that is a winner, a survivor and a man of some standing that is not likely to be taking investors on a wild goose chase simply to profit from some insider selling. That possibility seems very remote to me therefore the bet we get a good deal and possible 10 times pop is a good bet in my eyes.
    8 Apr, 05:25 PM Reply Like
  • nase8
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    In addition to my last comment id be interested to get your opinion on $LXRP. About 19 mm s/o $0.35 / share. Some decent assets on their balance sheet. most likely the oil assets they currently own. They seem to be making a big shift to the MJ sector though its not very clear where yet.
    8 Apr, 05:29 PM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » Ok nase I will take a look too, but I am glad you are looking at all the new possibilities. Its going to be crazy in this green rush isn't it?

     

    Thanks for your posts, I really appreciate you taking the time and helping me and others discuss something that could make some $
    8 Apr, 05:31 PM Reply Like
  • nase8
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    Thanks for the responses. I have a small position in $FITX as the research I have done makes them seem like on of the better plays right now at a low cost, however the s/o is concerning. I have been looking for another low cost entry point into the MJ sector but some of the ones out there like $STEV and $ERBB just don't seem like the right move to me.

     

    This is an interesting company ill be watching to see if we cant get some quantitative information on this new operation they are looking into in the near future.
    8 Apr, 05:40 PM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » I think the same way you do too. I love what FITX is doing, a shame the CEO seems to screw up a good thing because it has tons of potential. I may buy in there too at some point.

     

    I am avoiding ERBB and STEV too so far.

     

    If you do buy in here, check in, because there is a definite pattern forming on the range to buy in. Don't buy in at the high price of the day. The range is narrowing as news becomes more imminent. It as a couple cents and now its down to one penny. One half a cent can make a difference right? lol of course it can in weed stocks!
    8 Apr, 05:48 PM Reply Like
  • nase8
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    I am more looking for a get in early and hold long play rather than day trading half cents, but I agree there is always a opportune time to enter any position. $FITX I don't expect to see any real money for at least a year and that is if they stay on plan.
    8 Apr, 05:55 PM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » I see Supreme as a good bet to maybe get ten times very soon like two weeks, but it could go down too, if they delay news of a purchase. Its risky but lucrative, I probably went farther than I should money wise but I am aware of most investments not only in MJ and I like the bet. I have several Large cap plays too and do pretty good on them but nothing like this with maybe ten or who knows how many times gains in a very short period.

     

    In some sense my bet is based on nothing but the cincher for me was Mr.Stadnyk. If you own professional sports teams, radio stations etc, do you really think the guy is in this for a pump and dump?
    8 Apr, 06:09 PM Reply Like
  • nase8
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    No I agree with your confidence in him. I think what you should be worried about is the extended "due diligence". I feel an investor like your Mr. Stadnyk would have analyzed this company to the bone even before going to visit their facility. The extended time frame could mean their original estimates didn't pan out or negotiations are not going as planned. I hope it works out for you, and ill be following their progress in the next couple weeks.
    8 Apr, 08:14 PM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » You nailed it here nase, due diligence extended again too!
    15 Apr, 01:43 PM Reply Like
  • nase8
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    Hope it works out for you, think this one has a little too many unknowns for me.
    15 Apr, 02:11 PM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » It is definitely a gamble, thanks brother!
    15 Apr, 02:12 PM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » Good point. In the back of my mind that is a worry. If you were going for a trip to see the growing facility you had to have a very good idea ahead of time, so why the delay?

     

    My opinion, is there is a problem with the numbers and one side or the other does not like the deal.

     

    Thanks nase and I wish you best of luck too in your investments!
    8 Apr, 09:05 PM Reply Like
  • 20797751
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    Do you think Tweed TWD is priced high?
    9 Apr, 12:22 AM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » Hi 207,

     

    I believe Tweed is going past ten dollars a share because investor sentiment is high for owning the company and because the market cap is still very low in comparison to many in the MJ sector.

     

    Tweed has customers, facilities, good management and the share structure is favorable for investors. It should do very well in the near to medium term.

     

    What are your thoughts on a price per share?
    9 Apr, 12:45 PM Reply Like
  • kiholoamar
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    Arrowhead Gold Corp. (TSX.V: AWH) - strong rumor on Baystreet (where Toronto Stock Exchange is located) might join in the MJ bandwagon. One ticker 2 play Gold + MJ. Good luck
    9 Apr, 10:56 AM Reply Like
  • nase8
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    http://bit.ly/PRQuy5
    9 Apr, 12:17 PM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » That makes sense. You have eagle eyes for spotting opportunities! Thank you too nase for the sedar information!
    9 Apr, 12:47 PM Reply Like
  • nicksanta
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    OTSHD is new ticker on grey market.
    11 Apr, 01:10 AM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » AWH in Canada. There is a lot of new plays going on. Do you have any thoughts on this one? I haven't followed them all because MJ is just a part of what I invest in. Probably the best return though. :))
    11 Apr, 01:39 AM Reply Like
  • nicksanta
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    Just heard of them so no opinions yet. Early enough to catch a spike and get out?
    11 Apr, 10:43 AM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » I think the spikes are over now. Its more tuesday, it pops or it drops. I see 50 cents or I see 4-5 cents. Hard to say without knowing the full extent of the news and no one can say for sure it will be released tuesday either. It probably will because Mr. Stadnyk owned a radio station and as he has often shown with SL, he communicates very well in comparison to other companies. Its sitting steady today and probably goes up another half cent. The only thing is day traders may sell near the end of the day and not want to carry a position into the weekend or same on Monday night.
    11 Apr, 10:54 AM Reply Like
  • nicksanta
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    I was referring to AWH. Sorry.
    11 Apr, 10:56 AM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » oh lol, yeah i dont follow it so it would be just a guess.

     

    im playing SL and tweed for mj, i stay away from most of them because i dont trust them unless im just going in and out like maybe you are. You can make a lot on day trading in these for sure.

     

    :))
    11 Apr, 11:01 AM Reply Like
  • nicksanta
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    I haven't gambled yet but thinking about it. Have seen so many new MJ plays jump up for a few days that I'd like to cash in once. But mostly I focus on the others. I'm in TWD. Also MDRM as a spec. Now I'll add SL:)
    11 Apr, 11:06 AM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » I am too haha. I have got in on some and its a crazy ride. I never thot I would invest in some of these crazy rides. Awesome on Tweed. It wont go up 10,000 percent in a week but it should get us some serious money sometime in the next year. SL is my favorite upside one as a long. Although if it goes up alot Im going to be selling some for sure.

     

    The other stories are about watching the charts and hoping to catch a 75 % day if your lucky not a negative 75% day lol
    11 Apr, 11:43 AM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » Have you seen UTRM Nick? I am always tempted to play that sub penny. I know its got a website coming out and some advertising revenue possibilities along with billions of shares. However, the way those things go its more, I wonder if enough good news will come along to double or ten times your money even if the long term is in doubt on the actual company. ( pumper stocks lol) I am tempted to toss a few hundred on it and have put in low bids before.
    11 Apr, 12:13 PM Reply Like
  • nicksanta
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    UTRM, another one where I felt I missed the jump. Haven't looked at them more though. So many to research and so little time...makes my head spin! I like their name. At least it's related to MJ, unlike others we've seen, lol! Kinda silly that they plan to announce their website on 4/20. I doubt that will make a difference in price but it would be a positive step. I'll add them to the watch list!
    11 Apr, 12:33 PM Reply Like
  • nicksanta
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    Oh and look into $PVCT for huge potential. Not MJ. Biotech, but amazingly simple product for cancer. Just read everything on SA and the blogs on the web to learn more. The stock talks on SA will give you a sense of what is going on presently and what to expect.
    11 Apr, 12:36 PM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » I am going to dig into UTRM so if I get a better read on it, I will let you know what I find. At the end of the day, most of these are turkey shoots but I want to go to Disneyland! haha. Cheers Nick.

     

    Ok take a look at the biotech too. At some point i want to have a basket of cheap ones and wait til they sprout. :))
    11 Apr, 01:12 PM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » UTRM letter to shareholders. Looks good.

     

    http://bit.ly/1tjzZKI
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  • nase8
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    Seems like this Arrowhead Gold company just chases the new trends from the bit of research ive done since kiholoamar posted this morning. Doesn't look like they were all too successful with their jungle gold venture.
    9 Apr, 12:53 PM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » Yes i see, I see

     

    ARROWHEAD GOLD CORP(AWH:TSXV, CA)BuySell

     

    0.1200CADIncrease0.095...

     

    LOL

     

    There's going to be alot of that in the GREEN RUSH.

     

    I won't possibly be able to follow up all the stories that are developing. That is a bit worrisome for me in that I will miss opportunities but that's the good part of sharing information!
    Good stuff nase and kiholoamar
    9 Apr, 01:00 PM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » One reason Supremes share price is not climbing faster (other than the fact we wait for confirmation on a purchase of a grower) is those nasty warrants @ 5 cents are hitting the market. I hope they all get redeemed. If I held warrants I would be keeping them.
    9 Apr, 01:05 PM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » Supreme stock rising very fast right now! lol

     

    Rumors of a deal, nothing confirmed as of yet.
    9 Apr, 02:44 PM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » Todays news release regarding DD period,

     

    CALGARY, ALBERTA--(Marketwired - April 9, 2014) - Supreme Pharmaceuticals Inc. (the "Company") (TSX VENTURE:SL)(PINKSHEETS... notes that in respect to its prior press release on Friday April 4, 2014, the Company will be utilizing the full 7 business days to complete and conclude the due diligence period. This means that the Company will report news on Tuesday, April 15, 2014 with a final decision on the South Okanagan producing medical marijuana facility.

     

    We apologize for the misperception from the prior press release that a decision would be made as of April 10, 2014.

     

    The process thus far has been positive and the process is moving ahead smoothly.
    9 Apr, 04:25 PM Reply Like
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    Hope that means good new for you!

     

    I am still debating this one...do we have any idea on the size of the facility or name of the company that they are looking into?

     

    $FITX is almost the same price as this one now with the past three days of 5% losses!!
    9 Apr, 04:28 PM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » NO idea on the facility for Supreme. FITX has plans for a very large one though.

     

    Fitx scares me, I like what its about but so many shares, and the owner seems to be all over the map. I almost bought it and still might one day! lol pot stocks are a crazy world for investing but you can make some serious $

     

    If your patient that one should come back, they seem to cycle up and down often. I keep looking at FITX and one day Im going to jump in too.
    9 Apr, 04:38 PM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » More news confirmed. Mr. Stadnyk resigns as CEO from First Sahara to concentrate on other business interests. One would presume that would be Supreme (perhaps) The news is really not useful for an investor, nor was the earlier news any reason to buy or sell. Interesting of course is the reactions of investors who bid up the price in anticipation. Who can blame them, i was excited too!

     

    VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - April 9, 2014) - First Sahara Energy Inc. ("Company") (CSE:FSE) announces that, subject to regulatory approval, Mr. David Lane, of Vancouver BC, has been appointed President and CEO. Mr. Lane has significant experience with both public and private companies across multiple industries.

     

    The Company thanks Mr. David Stadnyk, who is resigning to focus on his other business interests, for his past service to the Company.

     

    FIRST SAHARA ENERGY INC.
    9 Apr, 04:54 PM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » A second additional facility is in 45 day negotiation period for Supreme Pharmaceuticals Inc. as reported this morning. An interesting strategy appears to be unfolding of Mr. Stadynk grouping together lesser growers under one umbrella. Without details of the offers, my speculation is that several smaller growers that operated under prior MMAP regulations and continue to do so, could be had at a song because they may not be able to make the leap to the MMPR stiffer requirements such as security. Also, this could possibly lead to a network across the country and according to company news even into the US of smaller growers enabling a geographically diverse distribution network. See more at

     

    http://bit.ly/1eEwfdg
    14 Apr, 09:59 AM Reply Like
  • nicksanta
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    Very nice. I was wondering if they were heading in this direction. I like the strategy.
    14 Apr, 10:40 AM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » I love the strategy, another positive is there is a constant stream of news generated and that never hurts share prices either. HYPE helps lol

     

    But if the old growers are going out of business that is probably the best time to snap them up at rock bottom prices, bringing along some knowledgeable growers too. I bought more this morning!
    14 Apr, 10:46 AM Reply Like
  • nicksanta
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    Exactly why I like it. Plus you take advantage of their "old" but still valid license while transitioning to the new one. I like the potential more now that I know the plan is for multiple sites. Was hoping to hear that. I am finally in as if this morning. Took awhile to fill though. Looking forward to a nice week!
    14 Apr, 12:49 PM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » woo hoo, congrats and good luck. were paddling the same boat now haha.

     

    I agree with you so much, its a fresh take on how to get it done. We could get big news again tommorrow too! :)
    14 Apr, 12:56 PM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » More waiting, sorry guys

     

    http://reut.rs/1jHNChv
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  • nicksanta
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    Ouch. Well this was certainly a possibility. I was hopeful it wouldn't be delayed more. Explains the drop today. Two more weeks hurts but I can wait. If it's delayed again that won't be good. Either way they should explain the reason for the delays when news can be announced. I'm staying put for now!
    15 Apr, 10:13 AM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » I hear you. Hoping it wouldn't happen but now we deal with it!

     

    I am adding some but will sell it as we go up too. Lousy luck lol
    15 Apr, 10:15 AM Reply Like
  • nicksanta
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    Par for the course in today's volatile MJ market. Good job loading up though. Some interesting links below, one an email from the CEO.

     

    Weak individuals are selling because of this thought process.
    http://bit.ly/1jHU8F1

     

    CEO Email
    http://bit.ly/1jHU8F3

     

    Self Halting? Not sure if this is true, but interesting.
    http://bit.ly/1jHU6x5
    15 Apr, 10:40 AM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » Thanks for the posts Nick.

     

    Weak hands no doubt, but it is hard not to feel manipulated. That's how the damn market works, not just on our little weed plays but in just about every stock. I try to make money regardless and never sell because of emotions. Alot of bashers out on the stock chat boards too, to scare people lol.

     

    Two weeks more or a month more, big deal. I am looking to make at least a double here (much more I hope) so thats worth the wait.

     

    They played the News Releases to leave the impression of manipulation. One of my guesses is the company has been trying to get more warrant holders to convert to shares and gather up to 4 million for the balance sheet and these proposed purchases. Just a guess but tossing it out.

     

    I am not sure about the halt rules and have heard that before though.

     

    I'm lucky to have some dry powder to add some more to trade with. I added yesterday too, so I have some worth less today now but that's how it goes on big risk, big gain stocks.

     

    Thanks for the CEO email too. Zach is Mr. Stadnyk's son I think.

     

    Thanks Nick, appreciate the posts a lot. Cheers me up to know someone who doesn't panic!
    15 Apr, 10:54 AM Reply Like
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    Wow, I totally missed Zach's name and title. I just saw Stadynk and thought CEO...lol! Thanks. Still good to see. And I'll be right here waiting to cash in when news breaks. I don't panic, but I will sell if others do again. That way I can get in at a lower price:)
    15 Apr, 11:02 AM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » True, seems we found a floor for now. I like how you think! We could be brothers haha
    15 Apr, 11:05 AM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » Trading halt rules for Canada

     

    http://bit.ly/1jINP4e

     

    A stock is generally halted pending the release of material news that may affect the price of a stock. A trading halt allows the market to digest this information and also creates a level playing field among investors. Halts are issued by IIROC for regulatory reasons or at the request of the involved company. When a company requests a trading halt (usually prior to issuing a news release), the company must assure IIROC that its announcement is imminent. The nature of the announcement and the current status of events must also be disclosed to IIROC, so that IIROC can assess the need and timeframe for the trading halt. Halts can also be issued to restore fair and orderly trading.
    15 Apr, 05:33 PM Reply Like
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    Ya never know!
    15 Apr, 11:07 AM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » SL stock trade halted.

     

    http://bit.ly/1jIJqhI
    15 Apr, 04:52 PM Reply Like
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    What do you think this means. I know Canadian halts can either be good or bad unlike SEC trading halts.
    15 Apr, 09:14 PM Reply Like
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    Thanks for the info and update DK! That's my new nickname for you. Double K. Haha! So this means good news right?
    15 Apr, 06:17 PM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » It could mean that the shares structure will change in some way too. The PP deal was cancelled earlier. The more I think about it, that makes the most sense.
    15 Apr, 06:35 PM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » haha, I think so!

     

    cross your fingers, we could be going to disneyland lol

     

    I like the nic Nick lol
    15 Apr, 06:19 PM Reply Like
  • nicksanta
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    Check this out...

     

    http://bit.ly/1jJo2sA
    15 Apr, 11:35 PM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » Hi Nick, thanks.

     

    A couple people called just like that and say the same thing. At the end of the day, I just trust Mr. Stadnyk to be a real player with too much to lose to create a pump and dump. I like the bet here a lot. So much upside, credible CEO, with a different way of going about getting into the business.

     

    If were being held up, my thought is its the MMPR license. Something he will not have control over. He has said he wanted that in order to make the deal final and he had up to a year in his original offer to purchase the first facility in which he could back out if the license wasn't granted.

     

    When he doesn't say much is unusual but could make sense if its because its all in the governments hands and he has already stated that he expects the MMPR license in order to sign on the dotted line.

     

    We all just want every bit of information but that isn't happening. I never know why investors get left in the dark but it seems to be the case a lot. This company was pretty good until the last couple days of informing us of news.

     

    Were still under prison lockdown! lol

     

    Could be a great day today, might not be. But I want to stay optimistic. I probably phone or go down there today. I have some appointments so no promises.
    16 Apr, 09:49 AM Reply Like
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    It's like the company I work for. It's huge and you get hints of changes or ideas of change but then it takes forever to get another update. You are left feeling strung along and not involved anymore. You ask but nobody has answers. Eventually you get an update. Sometimes it's nothing major and other times it's big news. I guess if I were management my time would be spent making things happen and not so much providing updates when there is little you can disclose. That's my approach to no news when investing.
    16 Apr, 09:57 AM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » Great analogy about your company. You make so much sense with that. Supreme has done an unreal good job of taking phone calls when we have people getting through yesterday. Can you imagine how many were calling? lol

     

    At the end of the day, I am convinced we are halted here in Canada because of the PP being cancelled. Maybe that alone or maybe some other kind of share deal in the works. If we get diluted at a higher price in the future is a much better thing for everyone. We will need more money on the balance sheet so the one real weekness here is the OS count. It could be worse like a lot of MJ plays but its not my favorite part of this play.

     

    Its interesting that you can trade in the US! What a weird scenario lol. Im almost thinking of going shopping OTC style. Im in deep enough though haha.

     

    Cheers Nick!
    16 Apr, 10:24 AM Reply Like
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    Plus you made it clear of your stance on the CEO and I take that into consideration as well. I agree. I think we are in a good situation, even if I got in at .07. I was late to the party. And this is going to be a party!
    16 Apr, 09:59 AM Reply Like
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    SPRWF is still trading on OTC, even though SL is halted in Canada.
    16 Apr, 10:24 AM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » What a chance to make some real money! I'm definitely inviting you to party brother!
    16 Apr, 10:26 AM Reply Like
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    Response from Investors relations:

     

    Me Hello, - Could you please let us know why the private placement was cancelled? - How will you finance if the deal go positive on April 29, 2014 (highly doubt as you are being treated as one of the MJ
    Today at 10:24 AM
    Zach Stadnyk
    To Me
    Today at 10:37 AM
    Hi Syed,

     

    The private placement was cancelled due to warrants being exercised in the company bringing in significant capital. There was no need to further dilute the share structure.

     

    There is a difference between having a hard time and putting in the proper amount of due diligence. It is in both the company's and the shareholders long-term best interests that we do so. We appreciate your patience.

     

    As for additional deals, the company wishes to secure as many as possible and apply for multiple MMPR licenses. We believe this will give us the best shot at securing one and creating shareholder value.

     

    I am sorry you feel “slaughtered”. The news has actually been positive, simply an extension of due diligence.

     

    Warm Regards,

     

    Zach Stadnyk
    Business Development / Investor Relations

     

    B.Comm | CFA Candidate
    e: zstadnyk@supremepharma...
    website: http://bit.ly/1jfAiAT
    16 Apr, 03:30 PM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » Thank you Kiholoamar. I am hearing the same information too from a few sources. I haven't confirmed it myself but it seems to make sense to me!
    16 Apr, 03:35 PM Reply Like
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    Kuala, great article. I am looking to get in here. So you think the float is around 200mil now? That's not too bad comparing. I am also in SNLX. Kinda a sleeper so far. Float of 350mil but currently at .0012, check them out on ihub.
    17 Apr, 05:05 AM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » http://bit.ly/1hPAWH8

     

    144 million shares. The good part is getting rid of some of that cheap dilution by cancelling the Private Placement deal. That was one of my main concerns here!
    17 Apr, 10:50 AM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » 144 mm last count I saw Box. You are right in comparison its quite low. I expect they will issue some more when the price increases because they don't have very much money in the bank. But not billions lol

     

    SNLX, good luck I haven't followed it, but sure will now.

     

    Thanks for commenting and adding your thoughts!
    17 Apr, 09:43 AM Reply Like
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    Supreme to be listed on CSE. Looks to be similar to OTC Pinks? Upside for company...it's easier to release PRs.

     

    http://bit.ly/1qPulxz
    17 Apr, 12:40 PM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » Yes, very similiar in that there are lower listing fees, less reporting requirements and perhaps less red tape in making News releases etc.

     

    I would have rather stayed on the venture for the reporting requirements but I am happy to report these investments are still eligible for registered (tax free) trading accounts in Canada. I can make BILLIONS, tax free ~ Dr. Evil
    17 Apr, 01:07 PM Reply Like
  • nicksanta
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    So was this the reason for the halt?
    17 Apr, 01:37 PM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » Yes it was, just a guess but a damn good one if you ask me! Changing exchanges would have to cause a halt. At least were not looking at some kind of investigation.
    17 Apr, 01:42 PM Reply Like
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    Your guesses have been good so far DK!
    17 Apr, 01:50 PM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » lol I have the luxary of deleting the bad ones here Nick!
    17 Apr, 01:52 PM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » Someones post that makes sense to me regarding CSE listing

     

    That's true, it's halted in accordance with Venture Exchange policies. It likely would have been halted in accordance with CSE Policy as well, had it been trading there. It's not going to resume trading on the CSE because it's a "lower" exchange, it's going to resume because the company provided the relevant disclosure to the CSE instead of the Venture.

     

    The policies for what constitutes a change of business are similar on both exchanges, but how they are managed may differ. Also, sometimes the COB is creeping change - where it's not a single event or significant transaction, but a series of changes that result in one final thing being the trigger for the exchange to apply the policy. This one was unusual in that the company was permitted to change its name far in advance of changing its business. At some point the Venture finally stepped in and said hang on, we need more disclosure.

     

    If you're following the MM business, you may also have notice a recent Hemp deal on the CSE. The same thing happened. The shareholders of the company approved a name change, but the company really hadn't done anything to enter the hemp business. They announced a name change and the CSE made them retract the press release and keep the name until they actually provided disclosure relevant to the new business. When they did so, they were able to change the name and start trading with better disclosure about what they were doing.

     

    That's what this looks to me, excpet the Venture let this company change the name in advance, where the CSE didn't.
    17 Apr, 04:05 PM Reply Like
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    Page 9 reads to me that we have a deal! What do you think? Says option to purchase was granted on April 15th. And now they are negotiating with another grower! Me likey:)

     

    http://bit.ly/1hQLjuf
    17 Apr, 04:40 PM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » I was reading it too! lol

     

    Geeeez I don't know, I think so? I like alot!
    17 Apr, 04:45 PM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » Seems done man, seems done!

     

    Still months to be totally over with but thats what I expected too. More details to come very soon I am sure! Your investment just got smarter Nick!
    17 Apr, 04:48 PM Reply Like
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    Roger dat bra!
    17 Apr, 05:06 PM Reply Like
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    I am going to call into TD. They won't let me trade on that platform without a cash account. And my appointment isn't until Tuesday to get that ball rolling. Can't see myself sitting idle Monday watching the 5 cent shares all disappear. Have some 7.5 cent crimes to make up for lol.

     

    Well here is hoping that this one is the one. I need to fund my options trading account and am doing that slowly while i'm in school learning it all.

     

    Disneyland for you eh? Sweet
    17 Apr, 08:48 PM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » Oh no! that was my first worry too, damn. I think it is the one Admiral, I really do and I am a skeptic!

     

    Disneyland and riding a unicorn baby! lol
    17 Apr, 08:58 PM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » The vendor of the optioned medical marijuana business (the
    "Vendor") is currently producing marijuana under Medical Marijuana Access Regulation (MMAR) licences
    and will be able to continue to operate under its current licences past the April 1, 2014 deadline as a
    result of recent court decisions.. The Vendor intends to apply for a MMPR licence to produce and sell
    commercial medical marijuana, a process expected to take several months. Health Canada has currently
    issued a total of twelve commercial licences and has advised that it will be issuing additional licences.
    The Company’s initial assessment is that the Vendor and its advisors meet the criteria set forth by the
    government due to its advanced business plan and key industry veterans involved. The Vendor is a past
    and current producer and has been in business since July of 2013 with 4 Designated-person and
    Personal-use Production Licenses. There is no assurance that such a license will be granted to the
    Vendor, which will be a key condition in the Company's decision as to whether to exercise the Business
    Option or not.
    18 Apr, 12:09 PM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » It has to be noted here that the process could take several months in getting an answer from Health Canada on the MMPR licensing issue and this is a key consideration and likely reason why we do not have the deal done today. The repeated extensions of DD period are likely because they await each week an answer on this key issue. So smartly they say several months but in their minds they are hoping much sooner. April 29th being the last extension in the NR.
    18 Apr, 12:11 PM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » Why I think buying up smaller producers is a good way to enter the market vs building a giant growing facility.

     

    I will admit to some envy when comparing a small 2500 square foot greenhouse to some of the large and monster proposed greenhouses. But lets face it, the market is not that big yet and smaller could be more profitable with an ability to expand any one of the facilities they end up buying later when its justified. Every grower you buy brings with it an experienced grow team, different strains of MJ and more clients that are loyal to your business.

     

    Market Plans and Strategies (page 9 CSE listing statement)

     

    The Company's business model is based acquiring businesses that are focused on selling high quality
    medical marijuana with recurring sales to a loyal and growing clientele.
    18 Apr, 12:34 PM Reply Like
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    OTC: WWAG- WWA Group to Launch Streaming Video Channel Dedicated to Medical Marijuana

     

    Different types of business idea being discovered based on MJ - good for economy, I guess.

     

    "Online Channel Could Be Offered in Near Future to Cable Operators, Enhancing Cable Programming Lineups With a Potential to Increase Viewership and Advertising Revenue
    PORTLAND, MI--(Marketwired - Apr 18, 2014) - WWA Group, Inc. (OTCBB: WWAG)(OTCQB: WWAG), parent of Summit Digital, Inc., a provider of cable television, high speed internet and related services to rural U.S. communities, announced today that it intends to launch, in the near future, an Internet streaming video channel that is to be dedicated solely to Medical Marijuana lifestyle issues and business opportunities.
    "The current Medical Marijuana business rush, while incredibly robust right now, has really only just begun, and our Internet streaming video channel will be positioned to grow right along with what is expected to be long-term growth in two important, yet very different, market segments, video content to cable television and hand-helds, and Medical Marijuana-related businesses," said Tom Nix, WWAG's CEO. "We believe quality content on any platform attracts viewers and we intend to provide interesting and entertaining content centered around the many facets of Medical Marijuana's role in our society," Mr. Nix added."
    18 Apr, 03:00 PM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » News Release informing of change to CSE stock xchange today

     

    http://bit.ly/1mvm1nt
    21 Apr, 08:59 AM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » The main risk in this stock is getting the MMPR license. Its the government and they are never predictable!
    21 Apr, 09:00 AM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » Article about the numbers of applications for MMPR

     

    http://on.thestar.com/...

     

    1 of the 12 growers is taken off the Health Canada list and their website is gone too. Greenleaf Medicinals out of Vancouver, British Columbia. They had a recall on weed last week and thats the last anyone seen of them! Could be SL is interested in taking them over? They are out of BC. They had not many customers, so that part is concerning if and when we get into this business too.
    21 Apr, 09:18 AM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » Greenleaf Medicinals story

     

    http://bit.ly/1mrFVx3
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    Author’s reply » Grower one's option to purchase has been picked up, MMPR license applied for.

     

    http://bit.ly/1juVSi5
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    Very nice. Moving in the right direction.
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    1200 pounds a year only though... I thought those pictures they posted looked like a pretty small grow. Be a nice small bump in the stock price at least.
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    Author’s reply » Yep, its a small grower to be sure. 16,000 grams a month was stated in the Listing statement. The press release today implies they would construct larger facilities too. The real risk is getting the MMPR license. After that of course the economics of being profitable. Small I have always thought will be better than some of the eye catching giant grow ops being talked about. Until theres full legalization those large investments are pretty dicey unless you have a strong balance sheet to withstand the red ink of an underutilized facility.
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    Here was someone's interpretation and calculations of the PR and info provided. Accurate?

     

    "A kilo of MJ (or 2.2 lbs) has a street worth of around 2,000 USD. So that would mean the facility could make about 90,000 USD per month on the low end.

     

    High grade medicinal MJ costs around 1,700 USD per pound. If the facility is producing high grade it would be able to make at least 153,000+ USD a month or 1,863,000+ per year. Based on 45 kilos per month.

     

    Regardless this news is a great step in the right direction. Now we need the license and close on the facility in 60 days. So I think there will be some interesting trading on the future of this stock.

     

    Hopefully this is just one of many facilities SPRWF is going to acquire. Eventually becoming a multi-million dollar MJ company."
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    Author’s reply » 45 kilos is also 45,000 grams and the price may average over 7 per gram according to TWD. High grades as much as 15 and inter company selling around $3-4. Some places will be selling to others who are short supplied.

     

    So at say $7 gram at 16,000 grams current growing capacity of grower number one who has been operation for a year and selling to customers (not sure how many customers they have yet) the monthly haul would be $112,000 x 12 mnths = $1.34 mm Canadian.

     

    With extra growing capacity of 45,000 grams and an average price of $7 the yearly revenue is $3.78 mm

     

    One could expect they would never grow to full capacity but you never know since its not a huge place were talking about and also that they may sell some cheaper to other MMPR license holders.

     

    The other part of the equation is we don't know how many growers they may be looking at. There are many that are going to be or are up for sale because they will lose everything without an MMPR license if the courts decide you need one to produce. Buying these businesses with customers at distress sale prices is smarter than building a facility from ground up. Building from ground up, brings no customers, no growers and you are literally building from scratch. This way is so much better to enter the MJ market its not even debatable

     

    The wild cards in our deck are US grow facilities, because Supreme is not limiting themselves to Canada and of course full on legalization. No one can ever say how fast that COULD HAPPEN! People want legalization and it could happen a lot quicker than anyone thinks, both in Canada and the US. If that happens and we already have customers, license and expandable facilities we have lift off.

     

    I am not certain how long I hold this but I just paint the possible picture too. I know for sure I would be selling somewhere along the line and likely holding some freebies past a certain point. Maybe even say double or 4 times my money, I pull a lot out.
    22 Apr, 11:56 AM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » The joker in our deck is the govenment. They always manage to screw everything up and at the end of the day those getting licenses will have connections to some insider in the government. Thats how its done. David is a man of the community regardless of what Jaberwock says. He has a philanthropic charity foundation with his name and contributes so much to the community.
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    Author’s reply » The revenue model is sustainable at the numbers were talking about to make a profit. I am not saying the profits would justify what is likely to happen to the share price. Share prices of MJ, as you know, go way beyond what these companies are worth at present day. Most really crazy share prices don't even have a building or much at all lol. I am not ashamed to admit that! Its why I invest here!!
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    For a similar share structure at a bit higher price I feel $ENRT seems like the better gamble IMO.
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    Author’s reply » I have it on my watch list nase. The market cap is 28 million for enrt vs 7 million for supreme. I havent done much homework on the stock so I am not sure what they have in the oven. The market cap is far lower than many thats for sure. What do you like on enrt? I just started looking at MJ in the last couple months so I am not as informed as you im sure.
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    ENRT is definitely a decent opportunity. News will propel them higher. They were at $1 recently!

     

    Are they better than SPRWF? Right now...maybe. We know ENRT's plan: where they are now and where they are going.

     

    SPRWF is just starting. If they continue to obtain more small growers like this, as is the plan, then it's hard to ignore their potential.

     

    And as Kuala mentioned above, the MJ sector has had some crazy pps for some stocks. Now it's Supreme's turn...maybe. Why can't they reach $1 in this crazy MJ world of investing? I think they have a good chance.
    22 Apr, 12:19 PM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » for me as Canadian too, i can put Supreme in a tax free account because it trades on a stock exchange not OTC. thats huge for me if the stock goes up alot. Tax free income.
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    Author’s reply » I like enrt's chart too. interesting
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    Author’s reply » well i like what you say with enrt, at least they are at a good buying point chart wise. Supreme is waiting for a break out and hasnt gone where enrt has.
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    They own World Of Marijuana who is going to apply for licensing in the next few months, they are a bit smaller grow I believe below 10,000 sq ft. They also acquired The Green Canvas 14,000 sq feet upgrade-ablle to 30,000. Each of these companies has an established customer base and reputations in their communities. THey partnered with lexaria corp to help them acquire more facilities and they have just went in jointly on a 30,000 sq foot facility as you can read here... http://yhoo.it/1posQcp . Last but not least Robert McAllister the CEO, though I do not know his full history he is very open with shareholders and will personally respond to your shareholder questions, which is always a plus. Match that with 25mm float there could be some potential ..granted I haven't pulled the trigger myself
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    Good info. Thanks nase! They are on my radar as well.
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    Author’s reply » Awesome, I like what I am hearing there! Thanks brother. Time to watch closer and learn a bit more for me. Supreme is a slow burner lol. might be stuck in it til we hear about the license. All these take a leap of faith but ENRT has a great plan by the looks of it and a track record of higher stock prices.
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    So I realized I was off a bit, they only own 50% of the World Of Marijuana. I wish this stock was sitting in the 5 to 10 cent range then I could get myself to jump in though valued at $15mm only is not really that bad..
    22 Apr, 01:52 PM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » I hear you, sometimes we never get at a good jumping in point. Its always risky but like you, I am going to take the time to learn more about it and pick hopefully a lower point.
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    I took a look at them. Can see some potential
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    I need to move to Canada!
    22 Apr, 12:22 PM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » lol tell me about it. If supreme ends up being a ten bagger im looking at silk pajamas lol
    22 Apr, 12:24 PM Reply Like
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    Yep, hubby and I will leave the city and buy an acreage sooner than we had planned. haha
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    Author’s reply » We all have dreams, c'mon Supreme hurry up damn you~!
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    Author’s reply » I just started playing OTC before I met you guys with some success so I am going to learn alot as we go along. helps to talk it out with you guys, thanks
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    What you guys think about $XTRM, for the price and valuation as well as share structure it is intriguing. Like to get some other eyes on it for a second opinion or see if anyone has heard anything about this company.
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    Nase, California is working toward recreational MJ and $XTRM is perfectly situated to capitalize on it. It may not happen until 2016, but $XTRM will be pumping out MJ and Hemp by the truck load from their 40 acre grow-op in SoCal by then. Good long term pick-up if you can hold for 2016. If not, don't even touch it. It's not gonna jump anytime soon.
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    Author’s reply » Thanks Mikie, I haven't much clue on most of these MJ stocks. I spend more time on the other stocks. I like what you said before about how large the US market is too vs tiny Canada.
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    ehh maybe just throw couple hundred at it something small..wish they had more info out there on their website on timelines and what we can expect. I dont know how I feel about their leasing out mini grows on the land for medical MJ purposes.
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    Author’s reply » nase I'm starting to think what you just said is the way to play. I always place a big bet on one or two, when I should just be doing like you say, a bit here, a bit there and see what happens without worrying about all the up and down. Just buy low and sell high. I know thats where your at too when it comes to buying a MJ stock. Good entry point is the key.
    23 Apr, 12:40 PM Reply Like
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    I know we've talked about this before but it bears repeating. Because of Canada's size they probably won't see a profit UNLESS they go fully recreational (which I believe they will), whereas that's not an absolute in the US. Many companies on the local state by state level could see a nice profit EVEN IF cannabis is not legalized nation wide (and I believe it won't be for years maybe even a decade). There are 40K medical marijuana patients presently in ALL OF Canada, 30 times that many just in the state of California. Do the math, it's pretty apparent companies in the US can keep those MMJ supplied and profit without the federal law going any further. Whereas Canada absolutely needs "more buyers" ... and can create them by going rec! All in good time!
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    Author’s reply » Absolutely you are right. What surprised me so far is that the US is leading Canada in moving to legalization but then thats because our dictator is against it. A new dictator might be in soon! lol

     

    I honestly think it could happen overnightish. But then I have never understood why it was illegal in the first place. Its so strange that society accepts so many things now but never MJ. For real, WTF!

     

    Supreme has talked about the US too, so he must see your argument too. Washington is right next to Vancouver so its out there as a possibility but so many players, who is going to be in business and make a profit is very hard to tell. Especially when the business is only quasi legal.
    23 Apr, 12:38 PM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » One I really like is CARA. It has significant volatility and anything below 15 seems a buy. I like the prospects long term so I don't mind trading in and out of that one because if I get caught buying too high, I believe the medium term for the stock is very high. Its a good long and a good trade. Or a bit of both.
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    Someone on ihub did some good digging and found the following. I posted this in StockTalk...

     

    http://bit.ly/1lN0vLs

     

    Might be a good day with this and PHOT trading again.
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    Author’s reply » Phots halt started the fall for everyone. That has to help. This is good news for Supreme and it seems like the MMPR license is the main deal to make us go up but weed stocks are like this too so we have to wait it out and see how it goes.
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    Yup, definitely need patience for the license. Even if we get another grower or two, the pps may not budge much until the first License.
    25 Apr, 10:21 AM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » Yeah it sucks right? lol, what can we do though. Most these stocks take giant plunges at one time or another so its all part of the big risk and big gain deal. I haven't seen anything that says were not going ahead and following a strong path to getting that license. But I like you, I am sure, want to make money today not tommorrow! lol

     

    Maybe some pumpers will latch on to us haha.
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    Yeah I don't want to be patient but have to. I'm in at .07 and have decided to buy on the dips. Couldn't today but I'll have the funds next week. Otherwise I may have gotten out already and made a quick buck with PHOT:)
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    I don't think there will be as much quick money made with $PHOT as everyone thinks
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    Author’s reply » Good call on PHOT nase! you da man!
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    Yeah if only I would have bought in $FITX and $POIL at the right times now too.....got in $TRTC at .4 so I'm considering that a short term win at least.
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    Author’s reply » Did you try Attabis? I thought it hit your range too?FITX was the first stock I thought of buying in pot . So many to learn about!
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    Maybe not quick. But easy. Depends when u get in and how long u can hold. I would have loved to buy this morning under $.20 if I had the cash.
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    Author’s reply » I wanted to play phot too. its gone up enough for greedy little me to have got in and out lol. Were stuck my friend. Average down if you can for sure and sell a bit when we trend up too. I am not folding my hand unless something has gone wrong other than the stock price not being my best friend so far.
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    Author’s reply » The bedrocan reverse merger is going to be a Canadian play that does good. They have been growing weed and know whats up.

     

    These big guys coming in that are going to do great stock price wise but how on earth are you going to sell enough weed to justify the monster grow ops they all talk about or build?

     

    Its all messed up in Canada that way, 40 thousand patients and going to be so many licenses given out I bet. Unless we get legalization, then they make money with those big places. Its what I like about Supreme. Small enough to profit, able to expand if needed, considering US options too, but like even the big guys they need a license or its all for not. The market cap on all these other players is huge in comparison except for maybe ATT.

     

    Market does not agree with me though and I accept that.
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    Well there's always a chance the government could be forced to legalize sooner.

     

    Think about it...after all the MJ companies are developed and licenses provided, if there aren't enough patients for each one to be profitable then Health Canada may want to help with that since they would be losing out on tax dollars.
    25 Apr, 01:34 PM Reply Like
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    Author’s reply » Well one leader is running for election bases on legal MJ and he has a good chance, some provinces might say wtf and do it themselves too. One province got rid of the penny before the feds went along with that. It happens here, it happens in your country too. Even our current dictator is talking about decriminalizing this. You just never know and all the things make these stocks worth a fortune.

     

    For health canada, they seem to grudgingly be going along with medical MJ, they had no choice so they are not very helpful in that regard. Its up to us people to demand that government does what we want too or we vote them out.

     

    Cops don't even want to bust anyone here, hell I smoked a J with a lot of them lol. There's been a bunch of articles around in the past few months where cops say, don't care, don't want to bother anyone for smoking a joint. Police want this off their list of crimes too. I heard a judge on radio saying he doesn't want to see drug cases in his court room either. 50% of his time is spent on that and he has other crimes he rather adjudicate. Sooner or later you would think, we go legal! WTF why not today so we can have a great weekend!
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    Lead the charge DK! Haha! I'll keep my fingers crossed.
    25 Apr, 02:28 PM Reply Like
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    Dogs like joints too.
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    Author’s reply » haha yeah knee joints and hip joints!

     

    A couple good tidbits about the license process. the first is about the process and length of time. One of our growers has already applied from what I understand too and we have facilities up to be inspected so that helps along with the previous relationships under MMAP.

     

    http://bit.ly/1ru14ZT

     

    this one is very long and regarding the challenge in the courts over whether mmpr is going to be overturned. both sides present their case....very long lol

     

    http://bit.ly/1ru16Rt
    25 Apr, 03:28 PM Reply Like
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    Thats a great read. Long, and great. I'm torn on that issue. As an investor, theres now this totally opposite side of the coin.
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    Author’s reply » Same here Admiral. I want people to grow their own if that's working for them. I have a feeling their needs will be shoved aside in the end, that hurts.
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    Author’s reply » MY post in stockhouse. Im putting it here because it took a lot of time to construct it and I dont want to lose it!

     

    One reference in this post will be to the court case People vs The Crown, regarding HC's attempt to switch all MM patients to MMPR suppliers.

     

    [url=http://bit.ly/1ru16Rt][/url]

     

    Also referenced is the stockhouse news release from five days ago

     

    [url=http://bit.ly/1k9c3Dh][/url]

     

    And also from the CSE listing statement which describes in detail the production facilities

     

    [url=http://bit.ly/1hQLjuf][/url]

     

    I start the calculations at production level of 16,000 grams even though SL has indicated their request for a license will be for 45,000 grams a month. I use the lower number because of chosing to underestimate and also because I expect the demand for MJ is not strong enough at this stage to require larger facilities. Why? Because right now we have approximately 40,000 patients with many options of where to get their medicine. Some of those options are currently in business and gaining market share. However, by acquiring existing growers with likely a small but useful base of customers, the strategy is superior to new entrants who bring in no customers, no production, and no experienced staff. If there is more demand, and there will be as 40,000 registered MM patients is estimated to grow within five years to ten times that, SL can expand as needed or may already have increased capacity with each additional grower they purchase.

     

    Why would anyone sell a profitable growing operation?

     

    There are many growers looking to get out of the business because they do not want to risk losing all they have put into their businesses and one would expect, several good opportunities exist during a period of uncertainty like the one we are in now. Changing legislation to MMPR, leaves growers with large capital investments uncertain if they are going to lose it all for nothing. Not every business person is cut out for all the challenges of business either. Some may be great at growing the product but haven't got the marketing skills or they may be afraid of dealing with a highly regulated environment and want to divest themselves of the risk. There are so many reason why many growers will chose to sell out, even if they were making a good profit in the past.

     

    Also importantly, with new barriers to entry proposed for MJ growers, the price the previous growers could charge will more than double, making the future MMPR businesses margins even better than those MMAR growers enjoyed. A change from $3 a gram to $7 is clearly a more profitable business model. The extra expenses that go into making a grower MMPR capable are often one time capital investments for fences, security, vaults, and loading docks. The extra quality and safety standards will present some new costs but not $4 a gram type of costs.

     

    So for revenue projections:

     

    16,000 grams/month x 12 months x $7 average price per gram = $1.34 mm projected sales

     

    2500 square feet, comprised of three greenhouses handling various plant growth stages is not a large operation requiring a large staff. Advantage SL. How much will it cost per gram to produce? I look to the court documents to get a ball park from the many who state in court documents what the costs are currently for them.

     

    $2-3 a gram seems to be a good ball park. SL production of 16,000 grams and operational costs of $32,000 - $48,000. That would be sufficient to pay all the bills, staff, suppliers on a small greenhouse facility. The yearly costs could then be estimated to be $480,000 at an average cost of production being $2.50/ gram. The existing growers have been selling their products for $3 a gram, sometimes for many years, and have maintained (George). The cost analysis seems reasonable.

     

    Why also 16,000 grams?

     

    As most know, there are currently 40,000 registered MM patients and 13 accepted suppliers of MMPR status. Projecting into the future, one could assume there will be more MMPR licenense holders and a working calculation I am going to use is 50 MMPR license holders. That amounts to 800 MM patients per license holder if all patients were spread evenly amongst the supplying producers. Of course that will not happen and those with an early start, those with community awareness and goodwill and those with solid marketing initiatives will win market share and see their numbers substantially higher.

     

    Where does SL fit in?

     

    They are purchasing customers as well as growers. That will help provide a small base to expand from. They are behind those already with MMPR licenses and I would assume no one would argue that Tweed is the recognizable name in the space and customers will know that too and Tweed is positioned best out of all existing licensed holders. Branding a product is an attempt to gain market share and in this case new customers will be coming online as the years progress and SL has demonstrated in their CSE listing statement the recognition of just how important the marketing and community awareness and goodwill for Supreme will be. Mr. Stadnyk previously was involved with the radio station and should have ample marketing skills to brand the product favorably and gain market share. Consequently, I revert to the lower number of 16,000 grams in cost analysis, even that may be a high number on day one of business. The company has also acknowledged it would be a willing supplier to other license holders at a reduced cost per gram when excess production is not salable through their own customers.

     

    SL the brand.

     

    The first grower SL picked up the option on has stated they prefer quality over quantity. As a branding princiiple that shows the targeted customers will often be very satisfied with the potency and medicinal qualities of the product and lead to satisfaction and retention of customers. Chosing the quality product route to brand is my own favored postioning of businesses in the market place. My experience has shown me, that if you satisfy your customers, they come back and they tell a freind. If you sell cheap products, the opposite occurs.

     

    Brief synopis

     

    1.34mm revenues - 0.48 mm expenses = earnings of $860,000 / 200 mm shares

     

    Earnings per share of 0.0043 or half a penny.

     

    The P/E of an MJ company is well frankly unheard of because so far you don't see any making money. But one can know for certain that investors will pay a very high multiple on these earnings because they are not just weighing the investment by todays realities, they are attempting to find a diamond in the rough and get in early before full legalization and the resulting advantage of being established when that occurs.

     

    Also, notable is Supreme is continuing its search for growers that are for sale, looking at the US market as well, and have not fully paid for the facility as some would like because thats the smart way to play. If the first grower is unable for some reason to attain the MMPR license, you havent lost all your money and you can now use that capital for a number of other initiatives. Running a business is not the same thing as growing higher stock prices. The two often conflict. The good businesses have to concentrate on what is right for the business, not on what is right for short term investors. When you see a company operating by that principle it should inspire confidence in your investment, rather than draw your wrath for not concentrating on share prices.

     

    As Calenderj has stated here, It will be advisable to have an expert guide the MMPR application through the government screening process to avoid rookie mistakes in the application. I can't say that they have employed such a consultant but if any of you want to mail the company and urge that they do and that they confirm they have to shareholders, that should help ease some anxiety regarding the liklihood of a successful MMPR license application.
    27 Apr, 02:49 PM Reply Like
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    Things are looking up. The board is overwhelming so I took a few steps back for awhile. Still dreaming of buying hubby and I an acreage. Hope you are well this week. Miss your sunny disposition, humor and wisdom at SH.
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    Author’s reply » Boom! Second facility announcement is huge!

     

    http://on.mktw.net/1ls...
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  • nicksanta
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    Holy cow! Awesome! MMPR approved already!
    13 May, 10:55 AM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » Hope you were able to hold on Nick! This is the golden ticket!
    13 May, 11:07 AM Reply Like
  • belgium
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    pre-build MMPR license approval?

     

    WTF is that?

     

    "To complete the licensing requirement and move from pre-build status to MMPR, the Target Company must complete the installation of the required security measures. Once Health Canada completes its final inspection of the Facility, the Target Company will be granted an MMPR licence."

     

    So basically they stand where FITX is standing?
    13 May, 01:16 PM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » I would ask you too? It sounded pretty strange to me lol. It seemed to suggest they have a license in the bag and just need a building to conform. Of course its never easy to interpret what is going on in this sector. I appreciate your look at it though!
    13 May, 01:20 PM Reply Like
  • belgium
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    I think they polished the situation up "a bit".

     

    They need to convert the building and get inspected by HC. And then wait for the license.
    13 May, 01:29 PM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » FITX market cap is substantially higher as well. Part of my factor in owning Supreme was the small market cap in comparison. I know its still a speculative stock but I didn't ever want to buy in on one that was already fully valued as a producer. Fully diluted this one is creeping up but still reasonable and quite possibly could be profitable.
    13 May, 01:37 PM Reply Like
  • belgium
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    All these stocks are speculative. :-)
    13 May, 02:08 PM Reply Like
  • nicksanta
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    I agree with belgium. Definitely like FITX. But they do expect the security installation to be completed in 90 days after full acquisition and anticipate production by Q4. Not bad. Compared to fitx this is a better stock, IMO. Low pps and lower float.
    13 May, 02:13 PM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » I like FITX too and yes all speculative! At least we all get that! Ok thanks for the update on FITX. For awhile here I have been wondering if I want to devote as much energy to MJ sector so i am a bit out of the flow of information. So much to keep up with and you have to pick your poison in the markets!
    13 May, 02:22 PM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » Belgium you probably know this but the building is Agriculture Canada's old shack. Seems it only needs updating to MMPR standards. The first NR I saw today didn't name the "facility". Betting you already know that though! :p
    13 May, 05:30 PM Reply Like
  • belgium
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    Yep, but that doesn't really change much. They have to bring it up to code.
    13 May, 06:29 PM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » Ok gotcha. Still a wait and see but I didn't want to trade out today and become what I learned I hate most. Day trader. Its a slow route to somewhere in this one lol
    13 May, 06:33 PM Reply Like
  • belgium
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    At least they are doing something. MDRM is just a big question mark.
    13 May, 06:37 PM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » I like what I see with Supreme but I so appreciate both the time and knowledge you bring to the table that I value your opinion so much. We all feel that way about your critical eye for detail. I have to play this one out. I got what I wanted. A good entry point and what I hope turns out to be a real player in the industry. Too many posers in the sector but you are living proof that there is money to be made if you invest wisely!
    13 May, 06:47 PM Reply Like
  • nicksanta
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    Unfortunately not. Loaded up on PVCT last week and planned on hoping back in Supreme next month. But trying to get in now!
    13 May, 11:35 AM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » Ok I get that. I held on but it wasn't my initial hope to wait forever on this stock! Its probably a better play now though. Hope your doing good on your new one!
    13 May, 11:39 AM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » Nase was right about PHOT too. I was surprised that still went down. Hes psychic!
    13 May, 11:40 AM Reply Like
  • nicksanta
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    PHOT will go back up. Maybe even this week after the 10Q. I'm in at .12 so we'll see soon. But I'm holding long term. I still believe and only have a small position anyway.

     

    PVCT, now this sucker could explode any day. Uplisting to NYSE expected this week or next, then big news from the FDA to follow around May 30th. I'm so excited about this one I can't stand it!

     

    And now SPRWF is looking great. I will be back in today or tomorrow. Just waiting for funds to release!
    13 May, 12:06 PM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » When it rains it pours in the markets and when its sunny you never see a cloud. Looks like global warming is finally coming our way lol. Phot I have to agree on too. I had no money or probably would have jumped in. Your new one I havent had the time to look at yet. I actually took a job! sucks lol
    13 May, 12:12 PM Reply Like
  • nicksanta
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    Congrats on the job and good luck. PVCT is still a spec play but if FDA approved will be worth lots. All you need to know is in this blog below...but it requires time to read. The guy is very thorough! Hope you can find the time...

     

    http://bit.ly/WlVGf3

     

    In the meantime, go Supreme!
    13 May, 12:20 PM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » definitely taking a look NS! thanks bud
    13 May, 12:28 PM Reply Like
  • nicksanta
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    FYI Mr. K, PVCT just announced uplisting to the NYSE. Trading begins Friday!
    13 May, 06:30 PM Reply Like
  • nase8
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    Good day for you today up 40%! Hopefully the come through on their LOI. May want to cash the short term gains now and wait for the price to fall again to get back in as people realize this is just pre-approval to build (same situation as $FITX) they still need the actual license once built. They are about a year behind $FITX by the sounds of it but it still has potential.
    13 May, 12:55 PM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » 50 % now lol. I wonder too if I should cash in but Im holding to ten for half of my treasure chest. Probably regret it right? haha
    13 May, 01:21 PM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » They do have the first grower though and have the building in place, small but already operating, more consolidation of businesses that are being stressed by the move to MMPR and a good time to pick up many more. I think they have a better plan than FITX but thats just me. Being spread nationwide would also be a positive for me. Closer delivery to local customers may be a factor in courier prices? So much more to come and even with the complaints about the CEO I think hes far more than a pump and dump guy and certainly not Bill from FITX. What do you think?
    13 May, 01:26 PM Reply Like
  • nase8
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    They already have a licensed grower and facility? I know the press release today said they are buying a company that is approved to build and if they pass inspection and get licensed produce 24,000 kg (about 50,000 lbs) a year...so about the same amount as Tweed Inc
    13 May, 04:01 PM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » I have the link here nase. The one they have offered to purchase today owns the rights to Agriculture Canada's former growing facility. I am not sure how anyone could miss the significance of owning that facility but maybe I am reading something wrong. The first grower that Supreme bought a month ago is growing and operating under the still active MMAP legislation with an application in for the MMPR license. Today's acquisition is the one that is the Governments former grow house.

     

    http://bit.ly/1jdxd70
    13 May, 04:13 PM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » The Target Company has the option to purchase an Ontario facility that is a state of the art 342,000 square foot facility covering approximately 7 acres that was originally built by Agriculture Canada ("the Facility"). The Target Company has placed in trust with the vendor of the Facility the initial down payment of $250,000 to buy the Facility, and upon Supreme providing the balance of the closing payment of $750,000, the Facility will be fully owned by Supreme. who will have a two-year period to pay to the vendor another $4,500,000. Upon closing of the acquisition of the Facility, year one will be an interest free period, and year two will bear interest of 7%.

     

    To complete the licensing requirement and move from pre-build status to MMPR, the Target Company must complete the installation of the required security measures. Once Health Canada completes its final inspection of the Facility, the Target Company will be granted an MMPR licence. It is anticipated that initial production could commence by the fourth quarter of 2014.
    13 May, 04:14 PM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » That seems to imply to me that the license is already in place as long as the security measures are updated and its ready for business very soon and very large and very up to date facility. Boom
    13 May, 04:16 PM Reply Like
  • nase8
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    Nice, that does sound like it has some serious potential. They should be on a level the $FITX is going for here in 2014 and Tweed Inc is currently running. However from what I have researched being been approved for a pre-build Marijuana for Medical Purposes Regulations license ("MMPR Licence") means that they are approved to build the facility and then if it meets all the quality and security standards they can be approved for the license to actually sell the product. "To complete the licensing requirement and move from pre-build status to MMPR, the Target Company must complete the installation of the required security measures." This is the same process $FITX has been going through for the past few months and they now have the building built and are applying for the license to supply the product. At any rate its good news for you supreme guys, especially at such low prices with not a whole lot of shares outstanding. Hopefully they become a bit more transparent in the time leading up to this development.
    13 May, 04:38 PM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » I believe the building already there. Its the building that the government grew pot in before they gave up and turned it over to private operators. The updating that needs to be done is only security features.
    13 May, 04:44 PM Reply Like
  • nase8
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    That should make the process that much easier. Now you just need to hope that companies like Tweed Inc and FITX if they get approved release some killer financials to get that MJ hysteria flowing again! Should be a solid long play, especially at your entry point.
    13 May, 05:19 PM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » I never sure about long play. These stocks are like Tesla for me. It can get pretty high up where they go and I always book my profits and trade throughout the process. My entry point is great though for my main treasure chest if it takes off to the stratosphere. Tweed I have bought and sold three times already lol. FITX is on the radar but not pulled the trigger yet.
    13 May, 05:28 PM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » The facility being purchased is originally Agriculture Canada's growing operation but has been used by Heinz kethchup and needs modifications.

     

    http://bit.ly/1gBC6Rt
    13 May, 09:05 PM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » back to work tommorrow for me, it hurts when things are happening but its fun to be out doing real stuff too. good luck everyone and hope the markets are kind to you!
    13 May, 09:10 PM Reply Like
  • Admiral Frack
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    Hi my friend! Been hanging back on SH board, too many paid entertainers there for it to be of much use to me.

     

    Did you keep it all in your lap with SL? Or sell some off? I debated selling some at 13 cents but jammed. Might do it if it rises again but this niggling little voice keeps telling me to hold off.

     

    Increased my position somewhat. Am at about half of what i would like to be holding. But who knows. May be lots of time yet to accumulate.

     

    How is the new job?

     

    Miss your banter

     

    S
    8 Jun, 08:03 PM Reply Like
  • Admiral Frack
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    Forgot to mention, getting married in Molokai next year right before Ka Hula Piko Festival in May. We have been together almost a decade. We think we are married anyway. Its time! We think that going to Molokai every few years to celebrate our anniversary will be made even more special with the festival celebration each year.
    8 Jun, 08:07 PM Reply Like
  • Kuala Kaimi
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    Author’s reply » Hi Admiral. I am still holding on as well. I have traded a few here and there because the stock goes up and down so much but in the end I have more shares than ever. I still think we picked a good one like you do. At least holding until the MMPR license when we should get the best price for our shares. After that, I can't say. It is a frustrating stock to own some days so I am going to make sure to take profits.

     

    We might end up getting married about the same time! lol
    I am ready for the leap too. Wow, what a great place to get married. SH can get a bit much with so many clowns. I miss you too, please stay in touch!
    9 Jun, 08:08 AM Reply Like
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