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  • passthepuck01 passthepuck01 Jun 26, 2013 5:38 PM Flag

    Here's some good reason why you should stay long on MJNA!

    Here, let me help you on why it's import to stay long with MJNA

    1. MJNA is the leader in the Industry!

    2. MJNA has products in 48 states and now they are moving into Europe (EU) and Canada!

    3. They have factories in WA, CA, AZ, CO, DC...soon VT and EU.

    4. They have multiple products that kill CANER (fact) and they are coming out with new products each month.

    5. MJNA services both the medical and recreational markets with a National Brand.

    6. If U look at the market trend, MJNA is set as the leader in which more states are coming on board with changing laws to allow #$%$.

    7. They have been around for three years and have a huge foot hold in the market!

    8. Because MJNA is the leader, they are ripe for the picking to be bought out by Diego Pellicer, who wants a national brand which has a strong foot hold in several states!

    9. MJNA new venture agreements, all the time with holding company members: Kannalife-sciences-biotech-sign-joint-venture-agreement!

    10. Phytoshere: Cibaderm CBD (Cannabidiol) Hemp Complex lotions, shampoo (orange) conditioners (rosemary), hand cream, salve & lip balm in Lavender scent. Body Lotion (Lemon grass) Body Wash (Citrus)

    11. How costs to invest in stock. More bang for your buck! Yes, it a risk, but if you keep track of the market trend like me, you will see that this is a great investment that will be around $2.00 within the next two years or less.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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