Damn it, FSPM needs to calm down! I won't have funds settled until Friday to get more. I picked up 100 more yesterday but I want more, however I will only have $600 settled funds on Friday and it looks like FSPM is gonna blow past $6.00 today
I should be happy that FSPM is clearing all the bleeding i've done in the last week or so. I'll have to check out PLPL some until Friday if FSPM stays out of my reach.
You're CANN is my Geomega Andial. Sometimes it bees that way. However, as trig mentioned above. CBDS started moving as well as ZDPY (tried to free up powder, it went up 45%). Now on ihub, (Thanks MH & SF) MyEcheck is the talk of the town. It went up 96% today. GWPRF, MH's pick has barely moved. FSPM was bleeding me for weeks and it took off. Just get a basket of the big players tomorrow and have fun with us. This doesn't appear to be going away any time soon, IMO. I also highly recommend to you and anyone else that reads this thread to hold some BYDDF. Electric car made in China. The owner has been compared to Henry Ford, Thomas Edison and Bill Gates. Warren buffet is a major investor.
Good Luck, I was hoping it was you that bought that 20K shares of CANN today. I was gonna hit you up for a loan, LOL.
The stocks I will be watching for when i get some funds available(measly $600) on Friday. I'm gonna be throwing A dart and hope I win :) haha
PLPL - With all the big stocks moving, maybe PLPL is right behind them.
FFFC - Sub penny MJ play, with increased volume I may be tempted
FITX - Only if this drops more by Friday would I consider this
LATF - Looks like it could break out, but no so sure about the SS.
SKTO - It's been bleeding for at least the last 5 days, hit a possible bottom at .023 and closed at .0298. Gonna watch this closely to see if it truly bottomed out and if volume increases
Increase my current position of:
ENDO - Just picked this up on Monday, chart looks good but will need to see how the next few days volume is like
MCIG - This thing has been steady for me, looks like it could break out or just keep it's slow gains. I ordered their mCig vaporizer with some glass inserts, still waiting for it to get shipped. I can't wait to try it, never used a vaporizer before.
I really wanted more FSPM but that is not happening, just gonna ride that with my measly 200 shares. Now if only I didn't sink that boat last summer.
Easton Pharmaceuticals Announces the Launching of Hempstral SA, a New Hemp Based Anti Ageing Product & Reaches Marketing Develop and Distribution Agreement With HempLifeToday.com
TORONTO, ON--(Marketwired - Feb 27, 2014) - Easton Pharmaceuticals Inc. (OTC: EAPH), a specialty pharmaceutical company that owns, designs, develops, and markets an array of topically-delivered drugs and therapeutic / cosmetic healthcare products, today announces its has designed and launched its new Hemp based product, Hempstral SA, and has reached an agreement with Hemp Life Today, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Global Links Corp. Hemp Life Today will assist in developing a marketing and distribution program as well as both companies jointly developing a new line of innovative Hemp based products to be marketed on the HempLifeToday.com website, for US and global distribution.
This agreement between Hemp Life Today, LLC and Easton Pharmaceuticals will allow both companies to be better positioned and place them at the forefront of developing, marketing and worldwide distribution of Hemp based and other type of products utilizing the HempLifeToday.com website. The first Hemp product will be introduced at the Total Health Show in April with the showcasing of Easton's newly developed Hempstral SA, an anti ageing skin moisturizer product designed by Easton pharmaceuticals to combat and prevent premature ageing and sun damaged skin. Hempstral SA consists of high quality hemp oil, which can now be legally obtained from US based producers following changes in federal and state laws. Hempstral SA will be transdermally delivered through skin tissue using Easton's pharmaceuticals transdermal delivery matrix and formulations, which are patented and / or patent pending, utilized in various other products. Other Hemp based and traditional type products are expected to be introduced which will involve the expertise of Easton Pharmaceuticals to design products, and Hemp Life Today to effectively market, distribute and drive sales.
"We are very excited with our new relationship entered into between Easton pharmaceuticals and Hemp Life Today. We look forward to featuring these amazing new Hemp based products on our site," stated Tim Zorn, President of HempLifeToday.com. With Hempstral SA and other subsequent products, both companies will be tapping into each other's expertise. Easton will design products, while Hemp Life Today will provide branding, marketing and distribution."
Carla Pepe, corporate secretary and marketing director of Easton Pharmaceuticals, commented, "We at Easton Pharmaceuticals are looking forward to be working with Hemp Life Today to utilize their marketing program to ultimately drive sales for Hempstral SA and other subsequent products."
Hempstral SA is to be introduced in April at the Total health Show, held in Toronto on April 2, 3 and 4 along with VIORRA and its new wound healing and bed sore product, anticipated to be officially unveiled prior to the Total Health Show.
Deeper thoughts on bitcoins and marijuana stocks
February 26, 2014
By Cody Willard
It’s a bubble-blowing bull market but there sure is getting to be a strong sentiment leaning to the bullish side of things again. Extreme sentiment readings can be a good indicator of the near-term next market move — when the bulls are cocky and bears are MIA, it’s often a toppish indicator. So I ask you guys, is anybody out there reading this bearish and/or short right now? Hmm.
The markets have been frothy again of late and the high-fliers are hitting new all-time highs and and the momentum penny stock lovers are still out in droves. I’ve written a couple of articles that caught a lot of traction and both topics need a bit of updating. The news has been hitting hard and fast, so, let’s do the same.
A couple weeks ago I wrote an article called, “You’d have to be a dope to buy marijuana stocks” and boy did it ever hit a nerve. So far, that column has generated more than 250 comments, 100s of twitter responses and dozens of Scuttles on Scutify — almost all of them angry, spiteful and/or full of ad hominems.
You guys don’t realize it, but I love all these confidently angry shoot-the-messenger kind of comments. But I sure hope that for every one of you bashing me, that somebody out there is choosing not to buy into these things and therefore not setting themselves up for huge losses by betting on penny/reverse-merger/roll-up/hype-machine-Wall Street-insider-selling marijuana stocks.
The angrier you penny marijuana stock pushers get at me for telling you penny stocks are a scam, the more bearish I get.
It reminds me of other times I was sounding the alarm on other badly hyped horrible places to put your money. What about that Raystream company I wrote about a few years ago that used to trade above a $1 on hype that it was going to create a new way to compress data to sent over the Internet — it trades for below a penny these days. Or remember my article called “Facebook isn’t in a bubble — yet“, in which I ripped into Spherix SPEX -1.04% $SPEX, which is down 80% since I wrote this about it: “I’ve seen this playbook where you hype a play with press releases and ridiculous ‘analyst’ articles reinforcing the story while the insiders and hypsters of the stock unload. Stay far away from buying any stock like this. And know that when stocks like this are popping so easily off hype like this that we’re much closer to a top than a bottom in the markets.”
I literally saw a press release from a pot penny stock today that was hyping their coming “marijuana app!” Do you think I’m wrong that these penny pot stocks like GrowLife phot PHOT , Cannabis Science CBIS, Hemp Inc. HEMP and Medical Marijuana Inc. MJNA are the same? Comment below or come join the discussion on this stuff over on my Scutify page.
Likewise, after my article from last week called, “Bitcoin isn’t just for momentum junkies,” I want to let you guys know that the Mt Gox exchange problems have not changed my stance on bitcoin one iota. To the contrary, getting rid of a bad player is a very good thing for the good players who remain. There will be other companies, exchanges and bitcoin scams if/as bitcoin continues to grow in acceptance as an exchange of value.
Which leads me to today’s Trader’s Deep Thought of the Day then — Do you think those who had bitcoins $BTC at MtGox will get a bigger percentage of their deposits back than:
1.Farmers who had millions plundered from their custodial accounts at MFGlobal?
2.Savings and checking account holders at the Cyprus Banks last year?
3.People who hold one of the 150 promised paper claims per each physical ounce of gold at the Comex when the music stops playing there someday?
Answer: If you are not holding your asset in hand — stock certificate, bitcoin (good article on this topic – To keep your bitcoins safe, just print them out — really), gold, or dollar, your money’s at risk. Just sayin’. $BITCOIN
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Cody Willard writes Revolution Investing for MarketWatch, posts the trades from his personal account at TradingWithCody.com, which is not affiliated with MarketWatch, and is the largest shareholder in Scutify‘s parent company, Wall Street All-Stars. At time of publication, Cody was net long physical gold and bitcoins. Follow Cody on Twitter at twitter.com/codywillard.
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I guess it was a double-top we were looking at on EAPH a few days back SF. Although, it wasn't clear cut.
RIP, if you're out there, a lot can happen in 9 months. I'm sure the CEO is scrambling to put out some good news and actually do something constructive as they are in the right business at the right time. I will be getting back into EAPH, when it bottoms. And I think it will be soon.