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  • Hemp, Inc.: Priced Way Too High [View article]
    Alan, let me ask you. Did you take into account market trends? Or was it just financials? In the 90' when a few of these states voted for for the legalization of MMJ aka: in some right wing christian minds as "Sin Stock", there were no states during that time that had legalized it for recreational use.

    However, today you have 18 states and 2 out of the 18 HAVE legalized it for recreational use, which probably drives the right wings save us from sin stock, crazy.

    Now, would you not agree that the "Trend" is moving in the changing of this particular drug (MMJ) and it's companion HEMP seeing how more states are moving towards and with the other states that have voted for the legalization? Would you say that this is the direction it is going?

    Would you also say that because of all these states coming on board to legalize it, that the Federal Government will have to also see the trend and make changes to accommodation what the voters want?

    As for the comment of "it's all in their head" and excuse to get high from one of the other post above, I think they are luck not to have any medical problems.

    Back in 1980, I volunteered for Navy service and I selected Submarines in which I was assigned to a Missile Carrying Submarine. Kind of cool isn't it.

    Well, they (the Navy) forgot to mention that 60% of ALL submariners get kidney stones. So luck me, I have been passing 2 kidney stones a month for the last 28 years. I am always in chronic pain.

    Am I a user of MMJ...NO! I would like to buy it out of a store rather than to go south of my city to buy it in a dark alley.

    I have taken just about every kind of prescription drug you can thing of, include the ones that you hear on TV that might give you anal leaking. ALL of these chemical drugs don't seem to help.

    So you tell me. Which way do you think the trend is going? A large population of the boomer generation is now in their 60's to 80' and a lot of them hurt. But maybe with all of the chemical drugs out there, maybe they too are afraid to take the drug that give one shortness of breath, headaches, dizziness, constipation, nausea, diarrhea, brittle bones, skin rash, fungal infection, heart attack and sudden death. Oh and my favorite which I mentioned before...anal leakage.

    Wouldn't you think something a little more natural might be better? Or, should we still keep the big drug company in business?
    Mar 8 03:00 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Medical Marijuana Inc.'s Recent Transaction And Guidance Raise Questions [View article]
    Thank you...I stand corrected. However, IMHO, I feel that with all of these state changing their stance, that the Government will have to allow the states wishes.

    As far as the other comments (above) about any one can grow it in the back yard...true. Can I have the Dixie Elixir stain in my backyard come with different colored cans instead of bottles?

    Hopefully we will have a better idea when Holder goes in front of the Judiciary Committee tomorrow at 9:30 AM Here's the link:

    “Oversight of the U.S. Department of Justice”
    http://1.usa.gov/14pKfBZ
    Mar 5 02:50 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Medical Marijuana Inc.'s Recent Transaction And Guidance Raise Questions [View article]
    Well, the speculation bubble comes from the Fed's not coming up with an actual answer. This is where the bubble is. Once the ruling comes out, individuals that have held the stock will be rewarded no matter which way the stock goes. But it is the risk "I" am willing to take.

    Just like the risk I took when I bought Sprint at $2.35 Everyone was yelling bankruptcy so I bought. Now it's at $5.85 with a new TD-LTE on the way with download speeds of 150mbps

    Sorry for the plug. But this is how I see the MMJ industry. Too many states getting involved to turn back now.
    Mar 5 02:26 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Medical Marijuana Inc.'s Recent Transaction And Guidance Raise Questions [View article]
    Yes, this is because you can't export across state boundaries or transport into states that have not passed MMJ laws. This is why only 90% in Colorado. But, once it gets Federal approval (and it will) then Dixie will be able to penetrate other markets.

    Especially after recent comments from Holder...

    "Both states are already well into the process for establishing rules covering recreational marijuana. It would be a colossal waste of time and resources if the government decided to challenge the marijuana laws after officials and communities have spent so much time on the issue so far."

    I see this in the right step for MJNA!
    Mar 5 02:11 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Medical Marijuana Inc.'s Recent Transaction And Guidance Raise Questions [View article]
    Yes and nothing is being done about this. So, what does this say?
    Mar 5 01:58 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Medical Marijuana Inc.'s Recent Transaction And Guidance Raise Questions [View article]
    Alan, you said it yourself..."I wasn't too familiar with Medical Marijuana Inc. (MJNA.PK) until reading an article on Seeking Alpha by an anonymous author, Infitialis,"

    Unfortunately neither does Infidelis! Back in Oct. CannaBANK invested several $$Million dollars in MJNA and required a restructure of the board. ALL of those so called bad people are not involved. But Infidelis did bother to do the research on that...stupid @%$&#r.

    Look, there are too many states involves in drug reform, too many to not allow the change from the FED's More then 70% of the population agrees in Medical Marijuana. It is the will of the people...NOT the will of the Government.

    WE are the people that send then there to speak for use. NOT the other way around!

    The only thing you are doing is convincing people to short the stock. Which is fine with me because this way I can buy more at a cheaper price.

    People are always bitching and complaining that they shoulda, woulda, coulda and then look back and say...if I had only. This is a emerging market and now is a good time to invest (risk) in something that WILL be legalized soon.

    Here is a statement from Holder’s recent comments.

    "Both states are already well into the process for establishing rules covering recreational marijuana. It would be a colossal waste of time and resources if the government decided to challenge the marijuana laws after officials and communities have spent so much time on the issue so far."
    Mar 5 01:36 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Medical Marijuana Inc.: I'm In It For The Long Haul [View article]
    LOLOLOL....Nice!
    Mar 3 08:17 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Medical Marijuana Inc.: I'm In It For The Long Haul [View article]
    Well, right now it's kind of flat lined going up and down by 2 cents, give or take a spike here and there. Everyone is holding off until the Fed's make a decision....by that time it will be too late and you will have to buy it at market price as it goes up.

    Right now investor's are worried about the Fed's coming out and say.."you all are under arrest!" Not going to happen, they will have to build new jails to hold everyone that voted for it in all those states.

    Now, logic some times in this case doesn't work. However, here's how I see it.

    1. Too many states (17) have passed laws for including DC.
    2. More states are jumping on board in fear that Colorado will have all that tourist money and they will be left behind.
    3. More Senator's are submitting bills within and for their states.
    4. Industrial Hemp is classified as a class 1 category drug. Couldn't get high off it, even if you wanted too.
    5. Industrial Hemp is better for everything...Fabric, Cars, Paper...including US Currency. Back in the early 30's we use to grow Hemp in just about every state you can think of. The Constitution of the United States was written on Hemp. But right around that time of the early 30's, it became illegal to grow Hemp. My guess is that our Currency is still printed on hemp and the Government would feel it would be a security risk if everyone started making hemp paper to print money. So why not outlaw it! There problem solved. Our current currency has a cotton feel to it, but it's not cotton. The only other cotton fiber is Hemp.

    6. The Government is looking for ways to cut spend..fine, cut the war on drug budget. Save the tax payers on housing ALL of those people who are dangerous pot smokers. Oh, by the way...it's a pain killer...not a rob the bank with a gun killer. Have you ever taken a pain killer? Does it make you want to go out and do bad things? Odds are really good that you will want to go to sleep.

    IMHO, now's a good time to get in. It's not going away, the voters and states will not allow it to go away, especially two states,
    Washington and Colorado that have passed it for recreational use. More states will start passing it for recreational use as well. If they don't, a lot of people are going to be filling up those states that have passed it. No, I don't see a mass exodus to the states. But I think more people will start looking in that direction first.

    Yes it could blow up in my face, but I'm counting that restriction will be reduced and the industry will grow. The way for that to happen is to just change the classification to a class 2 drug and it will get better.

    If it does get passed, my 150,000 share of MJNA is going to look nice. If it doesn't, I'm still keeping the shares. I just hope they are made out of hemp.
    Feb 28 08:17 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Sprint Nextel: A Surprising Pick [View article]
    I'll buy that for $2.63...oops, already did.
    Feb 28 03:49 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Medical Marijuana Inc.: I'm In It For The Long Haul [View article]
    Sean, I was one of those that dumped my stock when that damaging article came out. (buy on rumor sell on facts) But, I'm back in for good with a $50K investment.

    I truly believe that the industry has no where to go but up. More and more states are coming on board with passing laws to allow MMJ sales for tax revenues and it's been passed already in DC. Nothing can pass in DC without Congressional approval.

    This means that they are open to this change and direction of the country and beside...if they shut things down now, there's going to be a lot of pissed off voters....and they don't want that.

    Nope, this baby is going to $4.00...easy!
    Feb 28 03:31 PM | 10 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Medical Marijuana A Good Value Buy Off The High? [View article]
    I like the company myself. I bought close to 1.5 m share, made some money...got out and now I'm back in. Going to go long this time.

    With all of the new states getting ready to have voters pass medical marijuana within those states to collect tax dollars. The Federal Government will have to chance for the will of the voter's.

    Even Washington DC has passed the use of Medical Marijuana and no vote can pass in DC without congressional approval. So even they have agreed to accept the law. So now it's time for them to do the same for the nation.

    At this stage of the game, investing in Medical Marijuana is risky, but if they pass the law to change the category status to a level 2 drug, then the stock is going to hit in a big way.

    IMHO, investing in $0.30 a share is not that big of a deal if it goes to $4.00
    Feb 27 01:16 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Sprint Nextel: A Surprising Pick [View article]
    Well, first I think that the writer needs to add the money that Sprint has invested in Clearwire as far as 4G-LTE build outs are concern.

    Plus, when we compare the networks of Sprint vs AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile...etc. Please keep in mind that, though they have networks at download speeds of 28 mbps, Sprint has been investing in a Clearwire network with speeds tested in Phoenix at 60mbps and the same type of network has been tested in China at 157mbps.

    This is something that needs to be taken into account when we start talking about how wonderful the other networks are. Yes, they are up and running now. But Clearwire is on the verge of switching that 150+ download speed network on. A network that Sprint will soon own!

    What a great investment Sprint did!
    Feb 27 10:20 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Medical Marijuana, Inc. Uses Licensing Strategy To Expand Operations For PhytoSPHERE Systems, LLC [View article]
    Perry...my man! Great post. I will tweet it for you...good stuff.
    Feb 26 10:04 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Chronically Criminal: Shielding The Public From Medical Marijuana [View article]
    Well, it looks like your post it really get a lot of attention. This is good for you because you are going to need the money for your defense! Good luck too you!

    http://bit.ly/11ZTHQM
    Feb 22 12:29 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Medical Marijuana A Good Value Buy Off The High? [View article]
    Back last year around November or so, MJNA received about $35 M worth of financing from CannBank. This funding from what I understand was the restructuring of new board members and out with the old ones that had bad backgrounds, and in with the new ones that have business experience.

    For you investors that didn't see this 60 Mins video here it is.
    http://cbsn.ws/142CjsY

    The problem with investor is, they forget that this is a new industry that is worth billions and it not going away any time soon.
    Feb 21 01:34 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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