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  • Marijuana: A New Investment Opportunity [View article]
    Check out TTDZ which is going to be changing their name to Green Cures Medical Marijuana in the near future. You can still get in under a penny a share. Over $3 million was invested recently by offshore investors to fund the company's planed entry into the market.

    High risk, high return!!!
    Mar 17, 2014. 08:40 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Capitalizing On Cannabis: An Interview With Derek Peterson, CEO Of Terra Tech [View article]
    Fully reporting company, revenue exploding, what's not to like?

    Looks like by far the best investment in the Marijuana sector!!
    Sep 17, 2013. 09:28 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Capitalizing On Cannabis: Medical Marijuana Interview With Steve Gdula [View article]
    Like your work Alan. Got out of MJNA just in time thanks in part to your articles.

    TRTC looks very promising to me as they are now growing hydroponic produce in the North-east, which they will convert to Marijuana when legally allowed. They brought in $665 Million in revenue in Q2 mostly from their growing operations. They also have only 92 Million shares outstanding. Recent financing deals which enable them to build their new 5 acre growing facility in NJ could take the sharecount up to around 200 million, but they also could pay with cash and then the share count would remain low.

    The CEO of TRTC part owns a dispensary in Cali, and recently the company opened an office in the state of Washington. No employees, just an office. Of course to get a marijuana license in Wash. companies need a physical presence in the state. So their plans are clear.
    Sep 2, 2013. 06:12 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Medical Marijuana: Get Out Now [View article]
    Where do you think CBD comes from Alan? Cannabis and Marijuana are one and the same plant. THC and CBD are in Cannabis. MJNA profits (or so they say) from selling only CBD based products.

    If Dixie goes under due to the owner being arrested in Alabama for drug possession then MJNA's biggest customer is gone. Who will they sell the oil to then?
    May 24, 2013. 05:42 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Medical Marijuana Inc.: Whistling Dixie, Blowing Smoke [View article]
    Dixie Elixirs does sell THC based products. Your article has it's facts wrong. You said that the Dixie brand " is based on hemp-based products and not THC". Just visit or

    The amounts of THC are listed on the website for all to see. There you can see how wrong this article by Alan is.
    May 7, 2013. 02:31 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Medical Marijuana Inc. Has Lost Its Buzz [View article]
    NONE of those running MJNA have been convicted of a crime. Not a single person. NONE

    That is old propaganda for those who wish for MJNA to fail.

    MJNA will succeed and be very profitable.

    Alan is making a lot of guesses as to how and what they are reporting, but could as likely be wrong as right.

    It is also normal for company such as MJNA to have a sharecount that is growing. MJNA cannot finance through a bank like a normal company as it is against federal law for banks to give them a loan, as they are involved in the marijuana trade. As long as the shares are used for something that adds value to the company it is no big deal.

    People will make a fortune who are invested in MJNA right now. Just hold and watch it grow.
    Apr 14, 2013. 09:12 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Medical Marijuana, Inc.: Strategic Preparation For Expansion And Growth [View article]
    Perry is the by far the most honest, fair and knowledgeable contributor regarding MJNA that has appeared so far on Seeking Alpha. Some have done a disservice to investors by trying to portray MJNA into some kind of criminal organization, which anybody who does a little bit of investigation can quickly see is just wrong and way off base. Thanks Perry for setting the record straight.
    Mar 12, 2013. 07:11 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Medical Marijuana, Inc.: Strategic Preparation For Expansion And Growth [View article]
    Nice work as usual Perry. The deals between MJNA, CannaVest, and KannaLife are quite complex, but you did a great job of making it easier to understand. Quite the opposite of some of the hack jobs done recently on MJNA and others recently here on Seeking Alpha.

    Some authors have done their best to try and scare investors away from MJNA and others in this sector. I am not sure what their real motives are, but they will hopefully be ashamed of themselves when they see how much higher MJNA is trading in the near future, and how much money investors could have made had they not listened to such poorly thought out articles.

    There is much anticipation also for coming news from the Federal Govt. regarding it's stance on Marijuana in the future. (Let the individual States decide) An announcement should be forthcoming in the next month or so.

    MJNA has filed the appropriate papers for an uplisting to a better exchange. Possibly the OTC QX board, or a possible merger with a NYSE or Nasdaq traded company.

    MJNA's Dixie products are also expected to soon be available for sale in other States outside of Colorado. Which should seriously ramp up revenue and profits.

    Looks like a VERY bright future for MJNA. Thanks for a great article and keep up the good work.
    Mar 11, 2013. 07:30 AM | 16 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Pipe Dreams: Can These Marijuana Stocks Make You Rich? [View article]
    The sky is falling, the sky is falling. You can make claims as much as you like, but it does not make them true.

    The MJNA CannaVest deal is genius as it takes much of the risk out of the investment, but MJNA retains some ownership at the end, and gets cash out of the deal too.

    ERBB of course cannot show it's income because they are actually growing and selling Marijuana. It is against Federal law to do so. Banks will not let money from marijuana sales be deposited, and the risk of the feds confiscating the money is very real. As soon as the Feds agree to let the States decide how to regulate Marijuana companies like ERBB will be off and running. Now they are gaining foothold in many dispensaries.

    To invest in such companies you undertake quite a risk, BUT the rewards will be LARGE for those who get in early enough. Two big winners will likely be MJNA, and ERBB as they are actually selling marijuana to patients. MJNA in the form of THC infused products, and ERBB in the form of the best marijuana on the face of the earth.

    The future is bright for these companies. Do you own DD. Don't trust what you read here from the authors, or posters. If it makes sense to you just check it out for yourselves. You never can know the motives for some of the posts and articles here. I often wonder why some of these authors keep posting about companies that they do not own. What is their motive.

    I am long both ERBB, and MJNA after doing months of due diligence. A very in depth investigation of both companies. Do the same for yourselves. Maybe you will come to the same conclusions I did.
    Mar 6, 2013. 09:29 AM | 9 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Medical Marijuana Inc.'s Recent Transaction And Guidance Raise Questions [View article]
    Unfortunately you are confusing CannaBank with CannaVest. They are two different companies with nothing in common except the first five letters of their name.

    Llamas is no longer involved in MJNA operations as he stepped down as CEO in Sept. 2012. He has been accused of crimes, but should be considered innocent until proven guilty. The crimes had nothing to do with his tenure at MJNA, and it has been reported that he very likely will end up not even being prosecuted.
    Mar 6, 2013. 05:09 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Medical Marijuana Inc.'s Recent Transaction And Guidance Raise Questions [View article]
    If you understood what the $35 million dollars of CBD oil is worth on the open market then you could understand the value for FCLS, and MJNA.

    You could compare it to $35 million worth of 100% pure cocaine. What is the street value???

    The CBD oil is "highly concentrated" at around 80% strength. When the oil is sold to customers for $150 million this year, then what value would you put on FCLS? What if it sold for $300 million?

    How much oil will they produce next year? Is demand rising?

    These type of questions need to be answered to be a good investor. You just seem to disbelieve everything your read, and then write about it. What value is there in that?

    The product will sell, and the value is high. That is a fact.
    Mar 5, 2013. 11:08 AM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Medical Marijuana Inc.'s Recent Transaction And Guidance Raise Questions [View article]
    The public does own FCLS. It is trading publicly right now on the OTC QB exchange. Has traded as high as $35 per share yesterday.

    I know quite few people who have bought shares.

    As FCLS goes up so will MJNA.
    Mar 5, 2013. 10:18 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Medical Marijuana Inc.'s Recent Transaction And Guidance Raise Questions [View article]
    Well if you look at the share price of FCLS (CannaVest) since MJNA received 720,000 shares you will see it has gone from $5 per share to $29 per share as of Yesterday. This means MJNA's gain so far is over $17 million in the value of that asset.

    Dilution is normal in smaller companies just starting out. What a good investor would look at is in the value the company receives for it's shares. If they acquire something of more value going forward then it is not harmful. If the dilution is to pay themselves off then of course it is bad.

    MJNA is a real company, that is already profitable, and is a leader already in Colorado with it's Dixie line of edible products.

    Nothing fishy or illegal has been proven in any of these articles.

    Obviously a high risk stock as are all penny stocks, BUT also high reward if the growth continues as it has the last couple of years.
    Mar 5, 2013. 09:15 AM | 8 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Medical Marijuana Inc.: I'm In It For The Long Haul [View article]
    MJNA is profitable bazooooka. If you look into the facts you will see that MJNA made a profit of $7 million in 2012 and projects more than 4 times that for 2013. The shares are very undervalued at a current PE of less than 10 based on 2013 projected earnings.

    The only risk is in getting left behind. When uplisting is announced, and word from the Feds come that they will leave States alone this stock is going to go above $1 for good.

    Billions of $$$$ are at stake here.
    Mar 1, 2013. 07:49 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Medical Marijuana Inc.: I'm In It For The Long Haul [View article]
    The "former" CEO is only accused of a crime not connected to MJNA. He has not been tried, and SHOULD be presumed innocent until proven Guilty. Many say he also will not be prosecuted.

    MJNA is not an SEC reporting company and the CPA has over 25 years of experience. Once he is done auditing MJNA's books they will then be turned in to an PCAOB accredited accountant to verify the information. You most likely knew that already though.

    Any patent is questionable, but I don't think anybody is investing here based on what patents the company holds. The company sells real products which are helping people feel better. They are in most of the dispensaries in Colorado already and are profitable with $7 million in profit last year and projecting more than 4 times that in 2013.

    Those who don't believe that MJNA has a bright future do not need to invest in it. I just don't understand the need to unfairly make up stories about the company. There are plenty of statements from the company which prove that they are the real deal.

    MJNA could be the best investment ever!!!
    Mar 1, 2013. 07:47 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment