melvinalamey... So this is your first post under the new alias... First you should learn how to spell before bashing this company or any company for that matter! lmao
Just remember, the only lose is when you sell, you must have sold
Geez, Jerry had most of it right...... But the race. Come on Jerry, stop playing so much and make this company for it's investors and a secretary/scribe to be at important company related correspondence meets to take Notes for you.
Harsh? maybe so... The PR should have explained IF he qualified and all was a go for the race. PR should have included a link showing the logo and Quinton standing next to the car.
It's the same as or worse, releasing PR's about production runs and New products, but not adding how many were distributed and to whom and where .
To me as an investor, Jerry is jumping the gun to soon. please wait until all the ink is dry before ANY releases.
It is hurting the Stock more than NO PR's at all! jmo
Jerry took some friends to the race to show off his hemp logo, to bad it's not going to be on the track tonight.
You should spend more time showing company transparency then trying to impress your buddies!
geez, I'm pissedoff
Good luck on that one! I never seem to call the "in-range" trades. Only *gut* feeling trades works for me and doesn't happen enough to make it work day to day or even week to week.
JP Morgan Chase on Federal tax law-----
"What is the difference between "short-term" and "long-term" capital gains and losses?
Gains or losses on investments held for one year or less are considered short-term. Gains or losses on investments held more than one year are considered long-term."
If your a Long term-er, they hold for 1 year or longer, why would they pump today?
You should address the short term holders.
Question on this board,who is the long term and who is short.
I think the pumpers are also the shorts. jmho
I this your redeeming moment,,, to walk up to a long holder or pumper of thcz and have them eat their words.
Just gotta express my 2 cents why/how you are doing the same thing, but on the other side of the coin.