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  • Medical Marijuana, Inc.: Kiss This High Goodbye [View article]
    Just another typical anti-MJNA article from S/A. Note the honorable mentions of Alan Brochstein, 420Investor and Rolling O Research. Looks like they want MJNA to go into the teens again.
    Apr 14 11:02 AM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is MJNA Being Set Up For A Pump & Dump? [View article]
    Wait a sec. Are you saying that someone is trying to manipulate the stock market? *Mind Blown*
    Jan 31 09:23 AM | 13 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is MJNA Being Set Up For A Pump & Dump? [View article]
    The difference is that there's no reason to believe it's being instigated by MJNA as the article implies. (Unlike ERBB... haha.) People will try to manipulate any stock they can. Welcome to the stock market.
    Jan 31 09:12 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Medical Marijuana's 4th Quarter Update: Less Than It Appears [View article]
    Well said Ty.
    Jan 31 08:44 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is MJNA Being Set Up For A Pump & Dump? [View article]
    MJNA have been releasing tangible product release and profit making PR's and there's no evidence of further dilution in shares so the answer is no... MJNA is not a pump'n'dump. Also, people pump their stock picks so frequently on iHUB that the statistical probability of the stock actually going up when a message like this is posted is very high. Investors who frequent these forums know to take them with a grain of salt. MM's do try to manipulate the pps but this is also common knowledge to anyone who invests in stinky pinkies. The most likely explanation is that the market is simply heating up. The political climate is changing. Legalization is happening. There's huge media coverage. MMJ companies are making money. People want to invest before it's too late. It's a new sector so the stocks are volatile. No big mystery here.
    Jan 31 08:31 AM | 9 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Medical Marijuana's 4th Quarter Update: Less Than It Appears [View article]
    Hey I'm just calling 'em as I see 'em. Whether intentional or not, a negative article from SA always follows a notable rise in MJNA. This scares investors into selling when the performance of the company and stock indicate they might want to consider playing it another way. As for me, it has just been the dinner bell to accumulate more shares and it's hard to argue with the results.

    Did they really make this much or that much? Who cares... sales are up and we'll see the numbers when they report them. Then by all means do your thing without all the typical dire speculation. The important point right now is that MJNA is one of the few companies in this sector who produce and sell products at a profit and have the resources to take advantage of the green rush. In the mean time, I really have no idea what you're going on about.
    Jan 27 05:47 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Medical Marijuana's 4th Quarter Update: Less Than It Appears [View article]
    MJNA opened at 0.3151 and closed at 0.3999 so anyone who sold on fear from self serving authors have been paying for their lessons. This ladies and gentlemen is why you do your own due diligence and do not rely solely on the advice of any self proclaimed expert... particularly those who write articles for clicks and kicks.
    Jan 27 04:11 PM | 7 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Medical Marijuana's 4th Quarter Update: Less Than It Appears [View article]
    MJNA is trying to break thru 0.35 then blue skies until mid-0.40's. It appears these SA articles don't carry the weight they used to have.
    Jan 27 10:29 AM | 8 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Medical Marijuana's 4th Quarter Update: Less Than It Appears [View article]
    It was inevitable for a downer SA article to come out now that MJNA is up. This is of course just dire speculation until we see Q4 financials which never turn out to be as bad as these articles would lead us to believe. I don't even read these things anymore but they do have the benefit of scaring weak hands into selling me their shares cheaply. So I guess my trade account thanks them in that regard. ;)
    Jan 27 07:02 AM | 12 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Twitter Shows Relationship [View instapost]
    Add Alan Brochstein to that list.
    Apr 29 12:01 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Haze Lifts: 96% Of Medical Marijuana Inc. Q4 Sales From Questionable Transaction [View article]
    I don't really consider these schools of thought as being mutually exclusive. There's nothing wrong with going long based on fundamentals and trading the dips to improve that position and make short gains.
    Apr 25 01:26 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Haze Lifts: 96% Of Medical Marijuana Inc. Q4 Sales From Questionable Transaction [View article]
    I agree more with the current assessment of MJNA in this article... particularly the second paragraph...

    http://bit.ly/ZKPZat
    Apr 25 01:06 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Marijuana Bubble: Don't Inhale [View article]
    Perhaps my comments are odd to you because you think like a writer and not like a trader. Otherwise, I believe I've presented an excellent argument for what traders would like to see and what this market is capable of as opposed to what guys like you have been authoring/commenting in regard to MJNA. It's been going on for so long that the regular cast of SA anti-MJNA characters have become pretty common knowledge at this point... or don't you read your own article comment sections. I get a pretty good laugh when traders shoo' you guys away from the $MJNA Twitter feed. =D
    Apr 21 11:21 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Marijuana Bubble: Don't Inhale [View article]
    Well... I care more about dollars than followers and got on the good side of that drop without any help from you or SA. I wouldn't have any positions or gains on MJNA if I took SA that seriously.

    Stocks go up and down all the time so if you think you're a great author because the stock is lower today then you'll also have to admit to being a terrible one if it goes back up tomorrow. Now if you had predicted when it would go down that would've been impressive... but you've been bashing MJNA for so long it was bound to go down at some point where you could say, "HAH!". It reminds me of the climite change debate so whatever makes you feel better I guess.

    Anyway, I know you really want to get the last word in so go ahead. I'm done.
    Apr 21 09:30 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Marijuana Bubble: Don't Inhale [View article]
    I'm certainly not the first to point out your unhelpful views Ashraf. You've built that reputation all on you own. I've seen you spout so much anti-MJNA propaganda I don't even care why or if you're right or wrong anymore. Like many others, I'm just tired of hearing the same old song and dance without bringing anything new to the table. Sorry if you're unhappy about that opinion but I think it's justified. Heck... one of your other partner's in crime Alan Brochstein is getting hammered over on the $MJNA Twitter feed for the exact same reasons. Like many have said, you've more than stated your opinions and not sure why you don't just move on. But you keep coming back to hammer MJNA to the point where it's clearly biased. You're not helping anyone by hoping a stock fails so you can say you were right. We already know the risks so no one cares.
    Apr 21 08:41 PM | 7 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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