• sethlemay
    $PHOT $SING $TRTC $HEMP-OLD... etc. Just reviewed 12 MJ Charts. All tell the same story that the gains for MJ stocks all priced in now.
    2/12/14
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    • BuyToSell: What do you mean?
      2/12/14
    • sethlemay: Basically the entire weed market regardless of ticker is moving similarly. Very similar pattern.
      2/12/14
    • sethlemay: Basically there are no fundamental investors. It is all technical. To me the charts look a little tired after tremendous gains.
      2/12/14
    • sethlemay: The real geniuses the ones who got the movement started at .002 are scooping up fat profits right now.
      2/12/14
    • sethlemay: Hopefully pot head investor that woke up yesterday and decided to invest won't be holding a bag soon.
      2/12/14
    • sethlemay: If any maturity even comes to this market I expect most of the stocks to crash and perhaps a few gems will emerge.
      2/12/14
    • remix20: Respectfully disagree. Current pps on $PHOT and $TRTC not a terrible place for those opening new positions.
      2/12/14
    • BuyToSell: i did notice that yesterday there was a 'sector wide' sell off. all but 4 of the 30 companies went into the red. made me wonder if some
      2/12/14
    • BuyToSell: of the bigger investors decided to pull up stakes - otherwise why would there be such unison to the selling?
      2/12/14
    • remix20: I must be a genius. Buying $PHOT since last March and continue to accumulate on pullbacks. My most recommended company for exposure to MJ.
      2/12/14
    • samsosa87222: I have to disagree with you on that. To say that the entire MJ market is not a bull market would just be arrogant. Obviously some of them
      2/13/14
    • samsosa87222: will crash but if you're careful and do your DD you'll see that many of them are geared for nothing but success. The market is here to stay.
      2/13/14
    • sethlemay: remix... had to look back on this in late of the recent events. I sort of saw the writing on the wall with this one.
      4/15/14
    • remix20: Yep, Seth. It's a tough break for PHOT investors right now. Right now just hoping everyone doesn't get hurt too badly in the fallout.
      4/15/14
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