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  • Big Pharma And Medical Marijuana; How Can They Coexist? [View article]
    At this point, GBLX has nothing on VAPE. VAPE products are selling worldwide. VAPE is soon to report 1000% revenue growth. GBLX to date has one product, which has not even been tested, let alone revenues. I don't see GBLX generating any revenues till Quarter One of next year.
    Aug 17 06:19 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Big Pharma And Medical Marijuana; How Can They Coexist? [View article]
    I read those article's when they came out. Very good read. Love the way MCIG is building their brand. Anticipating solid revenues for VAPE. Hive Ceramics becoming mainstream in the industry. But they may need to address durability issue to keep momentum and reputation going.
    Aug 15 10:29 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Big Pharma And Medical Marijuana; How Can They Coexist? [View article]
    Well, at least you made an attempt to respond. Good luck.
    Aug 15 09:31 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Big Pharma And Medical Marijuana; How Can They Coexist? [View article]
    What is the litmus test to determine impact within the space? High-Grade Marijuana? Universities, Research Centers, and even the Government is already growing High-Grade Medical Marijuana. Is the litmus test growing marijuana? Well, the Phototron, which Craig helped develop twenty five years ago can do that. The Phototron is also an enclosed unit like the GrowBlox. But a smaller version: http://bit.ly/1mSExC3
    Aug 15 09:22 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Big Pharma And Medical Marijuana; How Can They Coexist? [View article]
    GBLX may enter into the grow/dispensary space at some point, but for now they are in the selling shares and paid promo business. Their 850k o/s in February has grown to a whopping 32.4M in six months. In less than a month, 9M shares will become unrestricted, and able to hit the market. And based on my calculations, they spent in excess of $500k in paid promos. How many contracts do they have for their GrowBlox? None. No one is knocking down their door. Why, because no one knows if it works! High-Grade Medical Marijuana is grown throughout the U.S., so I am not sure if I buy all the hype here. Focusing on research and development is fine, but extremely time and capital consuming. The Lazarus Investment is a little misleading, simply because the article fails to mention the million shares bought at .50. GBLX has a partner is Illinois, but at a measly 20% equity stake, with a small royalty if they sell product made through their GrowBlox, but keep in mind GBLX is investing their capital and resources to get the project going. And an Author including a big name ticker in the article just seems like textbook salesmanship.

    How about this strange comment,
    Quote,

    " We don't sell the GrowBLOX Solution to the public or even to the medical marijuana industry. Instead, we will enter strategic partnerships in each state as we rapidly expand. "

    http://prn.to/1mSx06l

    Why limit the size of you're market if it is such a great product?
    And I thought it was specifically for the medical marijuana industry?
    Aug 15 08:26 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • OTCQB MCIG: BIG THINGS DO COME IN SMALL PACKAGES PART 2 [View instapost]
    Chris, I am trying to be open to your points, but there really aren't any good ones. Specifically which products have you tried? Have you tried them all. As far as their MCIG 2.0 goes, it is true, the reviews are mixed. But at the end of most reviews, most indicate the product is worth the investment, simply on the $10 price point. And keep in mind, the company is releasing the updated, MCIG 2.5, next month. But, both their VitaCig and Vapolution 2.0 continue to receive strong reviews.

    And then you go on pumping one of the worst companies in the space, FITX. A nutritional/Hemp company with two empty barns, hoping they are one of almost 1000 applicants, hoping to receive a Canadian Grow license. Not to mention, 3.5B o/s count to boot. ATTBF, has zero revenues, while the CEO pocketed $2.4M in share compensation. And no one takes NVLX or NWPN seriously. Happy Trading!
    Jul 18 07:50 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • OTCQB MCIG: BIG THINGS DO COME IN SMALL PACKAGES PART 2 [View instapost]
    Learned from the best!
    Jul 5 11:30 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Growing Marijuana Is Still Illegal For Growlife Inc. And Other Pot Stocks [View article]
    MJ is illegal by federal law, AND THEY ARE DOING NOTHING TO STOP THE INDUSTRY!!! And they won't do anything to stop the industry, under this administration. That point is more valid then yours and that was the point of my last post. The Feds even rolled out banking policies for them. The risks for the industry have been mitigated by the feds themselves. None of these MJ stocks are even growing MJ right now in the U.S. So, it is a moot point. Again, go back to the drawing board.
    May 7 11:36 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Growing Marijuana Is Still Illegal For Growlife Inc. And Other Pot Stocks [View article]
    Your article is terrible, because it ignores the reality of the industry today, and speculates how it could be in two and a half years. The reality is, the Obama administration is committed to allow states to determine their own MJ policies. That will not change. Obama is deeply motivated by the role Marijuana has played in the high incarceration rate of African American males. And DA, Eric Holder, whom the DEA reports to, feels the same way. So if the next president is not as MJ friendly, then your article would be relative. But, if that would be the case, he probably wouldn't get elected anyway. I agree with Todd Harrison, CEO and founder of Internet-based financial media company Minyanville, who thinks cannabis "will be the single best investment idea for the next 10 years."
    May 7 11:18 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Growing Marijuana Is Still Illegal For Growlife Inc. And Other Pot Stocks [View article]
    TRI, I have to say, this is one of the worst articles written yet on the sector. And a clear agenda, taken your comments into consideration as well, to scare investors away from the U.S. MJ stocks, and turn them onto the Canadian ones. If you applied the same critical approach to your FITX, you would sell your position tomorrow. What the DEA may do, is hardly a smoking gun. Almost on a daily basis the industry continues to grow and expand it's reach. I think the proverbial cat is already out of the bag, don't you. What IS happening, is the industry and stocks associated with it, is currently offering some of these companies great opportunities for growth and success. Could it all change one day, perhaps, but then just cash out, that simple!
    May 7 10:27 PM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Buying The ‘Pharm - Why There Should Be Room For FSPM In Your Portfolio [View instapost]
    " The Greeneway received 3 of the 35 available licenses in Massachusetts.

    Total anticipated order size will be in excess of $4million and FusionPharm will finance 50% of the project costs over a two-year period. "

    That may answer that question on growing Medical Marijuana.

    http://bit.ly/1g7A3nM
    Apr 9 01:38 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Buying The ‘Pharm - Why There Should Be Room For FSPM In Your Portfolio [View instapost]
    An acquaintance of both Chris Dittman, FSPM CEO, and AB, told AB Chris was going to address the preferred, financials next week, so we may get confirmation then.

    Regardless, fully converted, the o/s is still much smaller than most of popular mj stocks we hold dear today.
    I believe fully converted would be around 150M.
    Apr 7 08:35 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Big Things Do Come In Small Packages: MCIG [View instapost]
    There are a few traded companies looking to get
    into the Green Rush by evolving into the e-cig market.

    I say good luck to them.
    MCIG is clearly the Leader of the pack, and is successfully becoming a leader in the e-cig industry.
    The recent addition to the home-based vape market with
    their Vapolution acquisition makes MCIG the clear winner.

    I look forward to the next move by MCIG CEO Paul Rosenberg. Mr. Rosenberg is expected to have an
    interview/webinar with MJ analyst Alan Brockstein very soon to discuss the company, and possibly some new company developments.
    Feb 17 09:15 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Big Things Do Come In Small Packages: MCIG [View instapost]
    I agree belgium, growing revenues, in that better than
    last Quarterly report..
    Which may not be much, but if they continue to sell
    out of their stock, which their site seems to indicate,
    than Q1 and beyond looks very promising.

    A company is only as good as the quality of management
    involved.
    MCIG CEO, Paul Rosenberg has impressed me enough
    to write this piece. I look forward to the company"s next move.
    Cheers!
    Feb 8 01:32 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Big Things Do Come In Small Packages: MCIG [View instapost]
    It's in there Guest, among many other positive
    fundamental and technical reasons, that's why
    am long.
    Feb 7 12:40 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
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