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  • Creative Edge Nutrition – Beneath The Surface [View instapost]
    Still, nothing can be done until after the Lakeshore Meeting. After that then there is no stopping the train. Full Steam Ahead!!!!
    Aug 11 03:57 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Capitalizing On Cannabis: Key Addition To GrowLife Management Team Solidifies Story [View article]
    They both I feel are great buys, you shouldn't short either TRTC or PHOT. TRTC is going be making a whole different grade of Medical Marijuana through hydroponics plus the Edible Garden will get much bigger. So yes if you look at them outside the marijuana sector, terra tech has an amazing opportunity and they will capitalize on something even if cannabis falls through. Im guessing 5 years a majority of states will have the legalization on ballots. Growlife can reach internationally because its just the equipment no problems since they aren't growing actual cannabis. When other countries legalize it and set up then I think Growlife could have the chance to capitalize even on that. It can go both ways how I feel.
    Apr 3 02:16 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Capitalizing On Cannabis: Key Addition To GrowLife Management Team Solidifies Story [View article]
    agreed holding LONG and buying the dips.
    Apr 3 02:08 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Capitalizing On Cannabis: Key Addition To GrowLife Management Team Solidifies Story [View article]
    Alan great article, your input and DD is second to none. I have respect for Ryan Glover, and Smallcap but you point out all the great things about PHOT which if you compare all of the articles together you see the bigger picture. Its a huge gamble even yet and AB with all the unnoticed positives in previous Seeking Alpha articles. I will say that PHOT likes to move sky high then gets lower but always stays in the middle of where it was and the highest point. I feel very strong about PHOT but people need to realize the huge amount of risk yet.
    Apr 3 02:04 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • High Volatility Creates Trading Opportunities For Marijuana Stock, Growlife [View article]
    To the author David, I can agree to a lot of what you wrote. Personally I have to agree with you, but as well disagree. I see the long roller coaster ride PHOT is on, with the hopes of extreme awards. I invest in what I understand, I feel the people on here commenting shouldn't be bashing no author. This company has the largest potential. They are just in the process of being positioned in a stock still in diapers. But I feel once this sector gets the gray areas light, FITX everyone I can agree with them in several ways I am LONG FITX, problem is its going to take time, People are buying already huge warehouses comparable to FITX. Lets just see How it all plays out. PHOT has so many opportunities for other GIFT transactions in the US. I think all the authors have been pretty well spot on. You should know what your investing in, a lot of you can agree its PHOTs future we place ahead of all. Now the pps is also because so many people are trying to get in on the ground floor. its all hyped on the expense, and all of the media coverage to back it. I am long PHOT, TRTC, and FITX. You all just need to be patient and ride the rollercoaster. But I still believe this stock wont decline lower then high .40s. Wish everyone the best, instead of complaining, if you don't feel this company is going to help you then don't bother move along to another sector, but please stop spamming these articles with nonsense.
    Mar 21 03:25 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Dazed And Confused By Growlife - Shares Are Worth A Small Fraction Of Their Current Price [View article]
    its a few weeks later when people were saying that beginning of January.
    Mar 19 08:48 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Dazed And Confused By Growlife - Shares Are Worth A Small Fraction Of Their Current Price [View article]
    that train left the station long ago. this stock wont ever reach .25 again. Maybe high .40's which I could only hope, Im just going to triple my position then.
    Mar 19 08:44 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Dazed And Confused By Growlife - Shares Are Worth A Small Fraction Of Their Current Price [View article]
    The author has an opinion he has the right to express it. I am long PHOT but that is my decision to be just as it is all your decisions if your investing for today or tomorrow. If you understand this sector then yes you will prob stay in long term, a lot do not notice that quality is indoor cultivation and that aids in stricter regulation so it can be watched under a secured location. Growlife supplies the equipment that being said, as more states legalize marijuana in any form they will need to grow it. The GIFT program is what is going to generate all of the money for Growlife. This industry is going to be in diapers for a while. They are just doing that "Positioning" themselves in the industry. What growlife is doing is no different then what WalMart does. Supply the necessary supplies for the consumer. Its bought and paid for later. I feel strong about this position but that is my opionion. You shouldn't bash an editor because of how he is feeling on the matter.
    Mar 19 08:39 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Dazed And Confused By Growlife - Shares Are Worth A Small Fraction Of Their Current Price [View article]
    I agree with Dock this share does have the potential to reach $30 or so in 3-5 years since there are more states planning to opt into some sort of marijuana industry. Most on upcoming ballots that wont have a set plan of action set for a couple more years. This plant will become so tightly regulated that there is so much more potential for more growth. Growlife is such a smart buy, they sell grow equipment, they are supplying the grow equipment. The author doesn't understand that it take a controlled environment to have control of a tightly regulated system. You need the equipment to control said environment. Growlife is outfitting these ops. They have a very strategic plan for this sector. Not like the government is going to shut down growlife because they supply lighting and vents. The author fails to see the potential for this start up. the ball is really in any of the courts of these start up companies. Growlife just has amazing management. Terra Tech has a vision and a plan. Being a restaurateur I can appreciate a business that grows fresh herbs. Growlife wont start making money until more dispensaries open and when they start selling product. I am LONG PHOT and LONG TRTC.
    Mar 18 08:12 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Growlife: Why There's No Stock Like It [View article]
    I just did the google earth on PHOT and it in fact shows a scrap yard, I also did a Google Earth search on my house. Its funny there is no house where I live, just shows the woods and an empty plot. My point Google earth is not a way to do your research its a start, but you shouldn't make all assumptions off of Google Earth. PHOT has a great management team, that all in itself speaks volumes for the future of this company. I look at dips for the best opportunity, I have not yet had any loss but just gain from this company.
    Feb 13 07:13 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Growlife: Why There's No Stock Like It [View article]
    dmcken, well said!! This is a sector that is starting up, its gaining popularity still. Its so popular that they are pushing for much science behind it. Hence the legalization of hemp on the federal level. Within 1 month of Colorado opening up for business a dozen states decide to look into either decimalizing, medical, or recreation cannabis. When Washington opens its doors and reports there earnings in revenues and Colorado keeps reporting there is no doubt that this sector will boom to an even higher extent. Elections in most states are already saying that marijuana is what is attracting younger crowds to vote. Those who oppose such bills are hanging themselves by the neck and its all because the majority of the population believes Marijuana should be legalized at the very least decriminalized. Once again PHOT is positioning to capitalize on start up companies with a solid goal and big picture view which will lead to great potential gains. This sector is fragile but everything in life is a risk or a gamble. If your not comfortable investing in something then don't do it. I'm extremely tired of hearing this is a "Pump and Dump" Right now this company is ahead of its time and won't be lifted off for at least a couple more years. PHOT just like TRTC are reporting and have a plan that will lead this sector in full force. I am long on both of these positions due to the serious potential and a great management team that is top notch to any other business in this sector. An investment truly becomes profitable when you understand the business behind it. If your investing using your little tax return I have a suggestion. Go to Amazon, best buy, or even Walmart. Go by yourself a new TV or a new car and keep that as an investment. Don't doubt a company you invest in. If you choose not to invest then please stay clear and let us do our own DD and make an educated decision based off of relative facts or opinions to help persuade those truly interested in this sector.
    Feb 11 08:35 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Growlife - It's All Smoke And Mirrors: Research Uncovers Why Shares Are Overhyped And Overvalued [View article]
    The issue that I see in this article, is the author doesn't understand the complexity of the Marijuana Industry. In Growlife they operate within the LEGAL Medical Marijuana and the Recreational Marijuana Industry. With FITX they have a pending partnership in which the Canadian Government Has already approved Medical Marijuana and FITX has a complex seed to sale tracking system in which gives them the upper hand advantage. What they do in Canada is set up to produce revenue for Growlife to make revenue off of the Canadian Governments Legal Medical Marijuana Industry. Regardless if it isn't Federally Legal in the United States that doesn't effect Growlife they can outsource to other countries to gain revenue for all I care. The author and Mr.Glover if you shouldn't be investing in the MJ stocks since you don't understand them. That is Rule NUMBER 1 in investing. Everyone has their own way of investing money and you sir should go to your portfolio sell all mj shares drive down the price so the serious investors in this sector and can make a gain off of your lack of DD. This company is relying solely on Shares which for a fairly new industry as of 2014 beyond is what counts. The legal cannabis industry will only lift off when other states legalize it. Even if marijuana isn't legalized federally if all 50 states legalized forms of cannibus what will the federal government do? Ill tell you what NOT A DAMN THING. It will be out of control for them to step in. Food for Throught. Alan your DD and research in this industry is 2nd to none and your research is what young investors like myself and others are looking into your work and seeing the facts you display and all your work is greatly appreciated. Never INVEST in anything you CAN'T afford to lose.
    Feb 9 09:37 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Growlife - It's All Smoke And Mirrors: Research Uncovers Why Shares Are Overhyped And Overvalued [View article]
    Agreed 100% Alan, the Author is displaying an opinion, now as an investor you should understand the industry including the potential risks. I think the Author has to keep up on his research for the incoming year. A lot of headway has been made within the last month by Growlife and even more in the near future onwards. Being a young investor I look at the negative and positive basis before I can consider dumping any money even a penny into an industry. I can't stress enough that you must understand why your investing into something, especially marijuana.
    Feb 9 09:37 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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