i did post buys and sells on the MJNA board. even admitted to selling too soon and then chasing price to rebuy higher. However, this MDBX board was dead. so i figured no one even cared what this one did. I use iHub now. I am presently trading SKTO and LATF. Overall, up maybe 20% in SKTO and down 14% in LATF. Average pps in LATF is .025.
Anyway, good point. Not that it changes anything.
On iHub i am "lowcalg2"
and a member of the SKTO and LATF msg boards at present.
If you are not already on that sight, maybe check it out.
There are many good leads. In particular their news filters for ALL stocks.
yeah, pulled out of this a while ago after i took a loss. tried to get back in once at about 28., but that failed, too.
i will keep it on the radar, but that is all for now.
Over the past +4 days LATF continues in a buying range from .020 (intraday .017) to .03.
Need a breakout and hold above .03 to gain momentum.
Then LATF becomes a different animal.
or is that h00t!
or better yet, h00ters!
Lunch time freudian slip of sorts.
This may be the only mj play that i am not suspicious of a little pump and dump.
In @ .027.
this is one of 2 mj plays i own. the other is SKTO.
learned about this an dSKTO on the iHub boards.
If you come over to the iHub boards to join me, i am "lowcalg2."
It's free to join.
Found this from the iHub boards.
In @ .027/share.
Latteno Food Corp. Acquires California-licensed Green #$%$ Collective Inc.
Acquisition Allows Immediate US/Southeast Asia Expansion, Products Rollout and Revenue Building.
See full article.
Thanks for questioning my re-entry announcement @ .30 last week(?).
Your opion had me re-examine my decision whereby i did not rebuy as i stated i would.
And saved my account from a loss.
Enjoying gains in SKTO since last Friday, instead.
Grats! Me too! w00t!
Biggest one day gain in a very long time!
In at about .028 at market open and out at .040.
Then i had to chase at the close to get it at .047.
And SKTO still looks good. Where is the resitance? You have to look back to 2010 when it was @ .075- .095?
It only started to run a couple day ago and in the past 2 years it was never higher than .0013.
A WoW chart.
SKTO makes me want to read up on penny stock trading trading this weekend.
I found it from the iHub msg board from a poster named GEM.
Only joined iHub a couple days ago after a poster from this board mentioned it.
Anyone a penny stock trader out their that trades the .0001s that can give a good site for education and recommendations? If not i will ask over at iHub.
Good luck to all with MJNA
yes slov, admittedly you may be correct.
Today MJNA was technically short-term oversold.
And was overdue for a technical bounce off of a support level, aka .27.
Today's pr was a nonevent, imo.
The price has been range bound for the past 3 weeks between .32 and .27.
Now it is the middle. And that's all.
back in today @ .30.
W00t! i save 1/2 cent.
I think we just saw the bottom of this wave.
with the last pull back to .27
it must have been wishful thinking that it was going to .22.
adding to my position asap tomorrow.
just putting a limit out there at .31 premarket.
MJNA is a #$%$ to chase.
Do you think that this year's 420 media coverage will have an impact on MJNA stock price?
In the short-term (couple weeks)?
In the long-term (many months, until 1/1/14)?
Most opinions welcome.
I really mean no offense. you are quite likeable.
And i am not a psychologist, i only play one on t.v.
But i think what you really mean with your topic headline is:
"Pumping is way over do....It has been well over a week since MJNA (or other pr) has released their last pump for the benefit of the MJNA long shareholders."
no worries, though. the long-term trend looks very good.
maybe get good press releases on 4/20 that will lift prices much higher with new interest coming on board.
just food for thought.
BBRY has a nice chart.
also, you might want to put your money into more than 1 stock to be on the safe side.
maybe pick 2 or 3.
check out HIMX. its currect price is 4.21/sh.
like BBRY, HIMX will also be in the mobile industry as the makers of Google Glass' optics.