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  • Investors should also understand that our support staff has no additional information beyond what we have provided to the market via our recent shareholder letter and cannot opine as to future valuations of GrowLife's share price."

  • baxterjames120 baxterjames120 Apr 18, 2014 2:52 PM Flag

    why not double down on the 5-10 cent shares April 25 and sell the pop to break even?

  • baxterjames120 by baxterjames120 Apr 15, 2014 2:54 PM Flag

    many are down 20-40%

  • That's the only way we will get our money back. Get a double on some sub penny stock.

  • Reply to

    Here is a typical situation

    by baxterjames120 Apr 10, 2014 4:30 PM
    baxterjames120 baxterjames120 Apr 10, 2014 5:14 PM Flag

    CANN was suspended at $29.99 and opened today at $7- about a 70% haircut at the open.

    Let's say you owned $10,000 of CANN when it was suspended. Then you bought $10,000 at the open at $7 share. It closed today at $18. You would have lost 38% or $3,800 on your investment if you held it to the close today. But you would have bought 1428 shares with the second $10,000 for $7/share. Those 1428 shares are now worth $25,704.

    So- your total investment was $20,000
    Your initial investment today is worth $6,200
    Your new investment today is worth $25,704

    Your $20,000 investment is now worth $31,904

    The stock was suspended and it was over right? Not if you know how to play the game

  • baxterjames120 by baxterjames120 Apr 10, 2014 4:30 PM Flag

    CANN got suspended a few weeks ago when trading at $29.99. it opened today at $7 and closed at $18.
    You could have more than double your money if you bought at the open. No doubt the PHOT will open lower when trading resumes. You can sell for a 50-70% loss or hold and buy more at a much lower price and with luck break even or better.

  • baxterjames120 by baxterjames120 Apr 10, 2014 11:55 AM Flag

    Probably not, might be the out-of-order filings

    Hunt began to sell long enough after the 10-K was filed that it shouldn't have been a problem.

    It's possible that the suspension is due to something involving Shevin's departure, or maybe it's just as simple as the fact that when Hunt filed the first Form 4s on April 8, those showed the very last sales of the 1.97M shares he sold, and the large, approximately 1.5M share drop in shares that wasn't documented triggered something at FINRA, which then reported to the SEC.

    As the filings of April 9 trickled-in, they filled the gap and showed the progression of sales from 15.75M to 13.77M, but by that time, the wheels at the SEC were in motion.

    If this is the problem, it should be quickly cleared up.

  • Everyone wondering if their stock is the next shoe to drop.

  • baxterjames120 baxterjames120 Apr 10, 2014 10:07 AM Flag

    no one is trading shares today and for the next two weeks pending investigation. Talked to Schwab, They said news does not necessarily implicate PHOT. Just said manipulative trading has been discovered- could be anyone inside or outside of the company.

  • check it out. Fiber optic cables deliver 3 milliseconds faster.

  • Yesterday, we showcased the 10 technologies Citi says are going to "disrupt" the world.
    In other words, these are things that will dramatically alter how their respective industries operate.

    There was one technology you could put in your mouth: e-cigarettes.

    What are e-cigarettes? They're basically thin pipes of vaporized, flavored nicotine. When you take a drag, a pressure-activated switch turns on a miniature heater that emits fake smoke. They're said to be less addictive than regular smokes, and more importantly, cheaper.

    We've previously discussed some of the hurdles e-cigs face: regulation, flavor, general coolness.

    Citi does not discount those, but says they won't stand in the way of the product becoming a $3 billion market segment.

    Here's their forecast in chart form:

    ecig citi chart
    Citi
    Citi tobacco analysts Adam Spielman and Vivien Azer note that the big players are scrambling to get a piece of the action:

    E-cigarettes have become an increasing focus for investors, especially in the U.S., given 1) the relative absence of innovation seen in the tobacco industry, and 2) the product’s increased visibility since Lorillard’s acquisition of blue eCigs in April 2012. Indeed, while still a small contributor to Lorillard’s sales and profits, (1.3% of sales and 0.1% of profits in FY12) with the company opting to offer specific financial disclosure of this business it will continue to garner increased investor

    Further, we expect this will become an increasing focus for global investors, as Reynolds American has introduced their own e-cigarette brand, Vuse, into test markets in the U.S. and we expect they will be rolling out this product into the broader market in the near future.

    Looks like a lot of people are gonna be coughing it up for this product.

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    Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/e-cigarettes-will-be-3-billion-market-2013-5#ixzz2xODXqId6

  • reach this article

    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/shocking-prediction-next-dot-com-072605533.html

  • lots of filings in the news section but hard go find any connection with SPLI. Half the board is saying mutual funds are buying SPLI and half are saying that is not the case. Anyone here have a clue what all those filings mean for SPLI. Thanks in advance.

  • check it out- Monday will be stellar for long. short- not so much

  • Full Disclosure: I am long in SPLI and have no plans to sell in the next 72 hours, Days, etc.

    ● “CEO Dror Svorai previously committed 3 criminal offenses, has 12 federal tax liens, was accused of breach of fiduciary duty and securities fraud.”


    ● Dror was charged with several offenses, but never convicted


    ● “Dror Svorai has been involved in a number of failed penny stocks; one of which was suspended by the Securities and Exchange Commission.”


    ● Who gives a shit if he was involved with several penny stocks that failed, that’s the same as saying someone had several failed business before they had a successful one. Which is the case for a large majority of business owners in America today. SPLI is his masterpiece.


    ● “Clear violation of Exchange Act Section 10A(a) in tandem with the resignation of the company's accountant.”


    ● This is the author’s opinion based on his interpretation of that particular guideline, not fact, and not something that was violated.



    The author goes on to bash financials from the pre-merger company before it was what we know as SPLI today, despite his “updated version” he even admits to having limited knowledge of the financials that he is calling into question.

    The fact of the matter, is that in startup mode, most companies are operating at a deficit for sometimes years at a time due to things such as but not limited to:

    ● Expansion
    ● Acquisition
    ● Production site build out
    ● Inventory
    ● Marketing and Advertising
    ● Distribution
    ● Etc.

    Despite the mentioned above Dror and SPLI has produced extremely significant gross revenue numbers at this stage in the game far outperforming that of its competitors.

    I would not be surprised if the net profit of that reported revenue exceeded 20-30%.

    To sum this up, SPLI should in all actuality emerge as a profitable company operating in the black (positive cash flow) in its 1st year of existence. This is not common and paramount to company’s success.

    In addition, if you completely throw out the numbers, the company is setting the standard in the quality of product, innovation, industry leader partnerships, and regulated health and safety standards in the market today.


    ● The THB vapor box seen here


    ● Insight into why E-Liquids are not all the same seen here


    ● Exclusive “American Green” product line with ERBB seen here


    ● Acquisition of online E-Cig retailer seen here



    Combine the above with upcoming catalysts in the ticker/name change as well as full, audited financials and you are holding a genuine fucking unicorn.

    In this sector you will see certain companies start to gain momentum and become targets for hit pieces similar to the article out today. It has happened with PHOT, ATTBF, ENRT, TRTC, MCIG, etc. who have all had articles come out bashing the stock coinciding with a short attack. It comes with the territory.

    SPLI is a foundationally solid company with a very bright future ahead. Take all of the shit talking with a grain of salt because it will continue to happen.

    The CEO Dror Svorai has been and will continue to be completely transparent about his past and what the company’s plans are moving forward. He has welcomed several members of the wolfpack to come visit, take a tour, and answer any questions they may have.

    I would encourage you to wipe your ass with that article and do the DD yourself. You won’t be disappointed.

    Full Disclosure: I am long in SPLI and have no plans to sell in the next 72 hours, Days, etc.

    ● “CEO Dror Svorai previously committed 3 criminal offenses, has 12 federal tax liens, was accused of breach of fiduciary duty and securities fraud.”


    ● Dror was charged with several offenses, but never convicted


    ● “Dror Svorai has been involved in a number of failed penny stocks; one of which was suspended by the Securities and Exchange Commission.”


    ● Who gives a shit if he was involved with several penny stocks that failed, that’s the same as saying someone had several failed business before they had a successful one. Which is the case for a large majority of business owners in America today. SPLI is his masterpiece.


    ● “Clear violation of Exchange Act Section 10A(a) in tandem with the resignation of the company's accountant.”


    ● This is the author’s opinion based on his interpretation of that particular guideline, not fact, and not something that was violated.



    The author goes on to bash financials from the pre-merger company before it was what we know as SPLI today, despite his “updated version” he even admits to having limited knowledge of the financials that he is calling into question.

    The fact of the matter, is that in startup mode, most companies are operating at a deficit for sometimes years at a time due to things such as but not limited to:

    ● Expansion
    ● Acquisition
    ● Production site build out
    ● Inventory
    ● Marketing and Advertising
    ● Distribution
    ● Etc.

    Despite the mentioned above Dror and SPLI has produced extremely significant gross revenue numbers at this stage in the game far outperforming that of its competitors.

    I would not be surprised if the net profit of that reported revenue exceeded 20-30%.

    To sum this up, SPLI should in all actuality emerge as a profitable company operating in the black (positive cash flow) in its 1st year of existence. This is not common and paramount to company’s success.

    In addition, if you completely throw out the numbers, the company is setting the standard in the quality of product, innovation, industry leader partnerships, and regulated health and safety standards in the market today.


    ● The THB vapor box seen here


    ● Insight into why E-Liquids are not all the same seen here


    ● Exclusive “American Green” product line with ERBB seen here


    ● Acquisition of online E-Cig retailer seen here



    Combine the above with upcoming catalysts in the ticker/name change as well as full, audited financials and you are holding a genuine fucking unicorn.

    In this sector you will see certain companies start to gain momentum and become targets for hit pieces similar to the article out today. It has happened with PHOT, ATTBF, ENRT, TRTC, MCIG, etc. who have all had articles come out bashing the stock coinciding with a short attack. It comes with the territory.

    SPLI is a foundationally solid company with a very bright future ahead. Take all of the shit talking with a grain of salt because it will continue to happen.

    The CEO Dror Svorai has been and will continue to be completely transparent about his past and what the company’s plans are moving forward. He has welcomed several members of the wolfpack to come visit, take a tour, and answer any questions they may have.

    I would encourage you to wipe your ass with that article and do the DD yourself. You won’t be disappointed.

  • The son of a #$%$ has hurt a lot of people that bailed because they did not understand the bias behind the BS article. I hope he gets what he deserves.

  • Reply to

    Read the SA article...

    by coreysanders548 Mar 27, 2014 11:53 AM
    baxterjames120 baxterjames120 Mar 27, 2014 12:12 PM Flag

    It is criminal what these seeking alpha authors get away with.

  • Reply to

    Does SPLI make vape products for MJ?

    by baxterjames120 Mar 27, 2014 8:11 AM
    baxterjames120 baxterjames120 Mar 27, 2014 8:21 AM Flag

    The website is down but I found this and answered my question in spite of the jerk who responded earlier

    DAVIE, FL–(Marketwired – Mar 12, 2014) - Vapor Group, Inc., formerly AvWorks Aviation Corp. (OTCQB: SPLI), (the “Company”, “AvWorks”, or “Vapor Group”), announced today that it had developed a unique dry herb “vaporizer” that it will begin marketing nationwide under its “The Vapor” brand. The Company believes that the new product, named “The Vapor Box TBH”, will redefine the standard for all herb vaporizers sold today.

    What is unique is that “The Vapor Box TBH” vaporizes dry herbs by gently heating them with pure, heated air inside the heating chamber at a controlled temperature which is set to optimally vaporize an herb without burning it, as occurs with current vaporizers that all use heating coils. Using this new vaporization technique, the Vapor Box TBH delivers consistent vapor puff after puff, without the eventual “burnt” taste caused by harsh chemicals generated by burning.

    Yaniv Nahon, Vice President and COO, stated, “This is a very exciting product for us, and one that we have been working on for some time. It is truly a sophisticated breakthrough in how vaporizers work in that it delivers the optimal essence of an herb without burning it. In addition, our Vapor Box TBH represents an unsurpassed value to our customers in that it has been designed to sustain a 10,000 hour work life, and is being manufactured to meet our high quality standards of reliability and thermal protection. Moreover, we are also developing several additional vaporizers to bring to market in the near future.”

  • baxterjames120 by baxterjames120 Mar 27, 2014 8:11 AM Flag

    Appreciate any information

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