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  • OTCQB VAPE: RISE FROM THE ASHES!!! [View instapost]
    Belgium, VAPE is not without criticism. But they should be not without praise as well. I think the settlement issues with PeopleString, is behind them. They just finished raising capital. And now full speed ahead. There is still some talk of VAPE getting into extraction. Kyle hasn't let all the cat's out of the bag, so to speak. So we will have to wait some more on that end. He made a strong point to Alan in September, that their first priority is developing and building out there Hive products and brand first. The ceramic line is a winner, no one can question that. Hive Glass is getting ready for full launch. They sent out a pic: http://bit.ly/1wQKRRG
    And the comments already on their instagram feed tells it all. Another winner. 531 likes in one hour. Electric -Nail is next. I was also told additional products are being developed and close to being released as well. As you mentioned in your post, Kyle is no slouch or novice. He is well connected to the industry. And for that reason I believe Hive Supply will be a success. There is a lot to like about this company. These guys are focused, and passionate about what they do. And the vape industry I predict to continue to grow. And I have no reason to doubt the Hive name will not be one of the biggest names in that industry. Beyond all that, I love the chart! Thanks for the feedback.
    Dec 18, 2014. 06:05 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • OTCQB VAPE: RISE FROM THE ASHES!!! [View instapost]
    Chatsworth, California, thanks Alan. Will update later!
    Dec 18, 2014. 02:38 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Big Pharma And Medical Marijuana; How Can They Coexist? [View article]
    In a sense you are right, " The only good thing coming from GBLX is that they received the permits for the above mentioned and should receive the licenses. "
    But, these licenses are highly coveted in the space. And extremely lucrative. This would open up the door to better financing in the future for sure. As well as networking and partnership opportunities. But, short term, which is how I look at it, the stock price should see some interest from the market. And, following today's trading, it has.
    I have a $1.40 short term price target following license/licenses award.

    " The Company has raised $5 million from accredited and institutional investors through common stock and warrants, which if fully exercised will amount to a $30 million financing. GrowBLOX Sciences plans to maximize shareholder returns through our proprietary indoor growing technology and its efficacious products. This financing will provide for licensing and cultivation facilities in Nevada in preparation and assumption of receiving dispensary and cultivation licenses for the state of Nevada. "

    http://bit.ly/1tCi4zU

    The company indicated they would not need to raise additional funds until March 2015.
    Oct 28, 2014. 09:35 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Big Pharma And Medical Marijuana; How Can They Coexist? [View article]
    Strong day for GBLX. They are up for four licenses next week. If they bank even one, the stock has so much upside potential. They have two new products in the works as well.

    http://bit.ly/1tC3okchttp://bit.ly/1tC3okg
    Oct 28, 2014. 04:42 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • OTCQB MCIG: BIG THINGS DO COME IN SMALL PACKAGES PART 3 - SUMMARY UPDATE [View instapost]
    Kazmane,
    Quote,

    " I have followed a line of investigation and in depth research "

    Care to enlighten us?

    MCIG is a sec, fully reporting company.
    And based on those filings proves why they are one of
    the best companies in the space.

    Questions?

    Name another company whose o/s count has virtually remained the same since company inception?

    Name another company in the space that has not
    used any toxic debt to fund their operations?
    Or, whose CEO funds the operations using non-dilutive
    transactions by using his own shares?

    And the overvalued card.
    Name one company in the cannabis index that is not
    overvalued?
    It is called a stock bubble, FYI!
    Oct 28, 2014. 11:20 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Vapor Corporation: Ignore The Volatility, Focus On The Long-Term [View article]
    MCIG cornering the nicotine-free E-cig market. Despite the high valuation, lot's of positive intangibles for a company on the otc. What VPCO is missing is the kind of brand ambassador and social media prowess of a company like MCIG. Check out yesterday's instablog: http://bit.ly/1ruTknY
    Oct 26, 2014. 08:02 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • What's Going On With Those Pesky Pot Stocks? [View article]
    MCIG cornering the nicotine-free E-cig market. Despite the high valuation, lot's of positive intangibles for a company on the otc. Check out yesterday's instablog: http://bit.ly/1ruTknY
    Oct 26, 2014. 04:01 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • OTCQB MCIG: BIG THINGS DO COME IN SMALL PACKAGES PART 3 - SUMMARY UPDATE [View instapost]
    Dom left for Colorado on the 21st for a few weeks. Hopefully getting things done for MCIG: http://bit.ly/1ruOTtl
    Oct 26, 2014. 02:28 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • OTCQB MCIG: BIG THINGS DO COME IN SMALL PACKAGES PART 3 - SUMMARY UPDATE [View instapost]
    The summary offered those familiar with those other stocks mentioned a case for why MCIG is a stand out. If you are not familiar with those other companies. The dd is up to you. I assure you, after one does their dd, my point will become apparent. To sum it up, the difference between MCIG and all the rest is, branding power, innovation, and shareholder friendly management. I currently have a position in MCIG. And have no short positions in the other tickers mentioned. Appreciate the feedback.
    Oct 26, 2014. 12:26 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • What's Going On With Those Pesky Pot Stocks? [View article]
    Careful not to bite the hand that fed you for so long.
    You are basically pointing out the obvious.
    But, penny players don't care about these details.
    Pennyland in general runs on hype and some future
    promised glory.
    But, I guess you need to write about something.

    You forgot to mention the Marijuana Index is coming off
    it's best week in quite some time.
    Using the Benzinga Index, coming off a low of
    178 October 16th to 210, as of Friday.
    http://bit.ly/1tz1NM3

    And failed to comment on what will be an unprecedented
    time for the industry as Oregon, Alaska, Florida, Washington
    D.C. vote on some sort of MJ legalization.
    Which is sure to see generate more interest in the MJ stock
    trading sector.
    These points sort of undermine your point about the
    volume and direness of the cannabis sector.
    It is certainly true the sector has been in a downward trend
    for some time, but, that may also suggest there are opportunities
    out there to capitalize as we seem to be reversing coarse here.

    Not all companies in this space are the same.
    Perhaps none are ready for the big show, but some
    offer a genuine speculative play as the industry continues
    to grow, and near term, as we gear up for significant elections ahead.

    Lastly, TRTC has a great opportunity in the weeks to come
    and land a dispensary license. And one doesn't have to be
    a stock guru to figure out what will happen to the stock price.
    Hopefully that will have a significant impact on their fundamentals
    in the years to come.
    By the way, it is debatable whether or not Derek should of
    pursued that twitter hack.
    I see both sides of the fence.
    It quite possibly had an impact on their license disapproval
    in Clark County.
    From what I hear, shareholders certainly support his decision.
    Cheers!
    Oct 25, 2014. 06:57 PM | 14 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 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, 2014. 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, 2014. 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, 2014. 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, 2014. 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, 2014. 08:26 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
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