Go to the company's web site (HEMP.......com) and read everything you can..here's the start..
"......Ten states including Kentucky and West Virginia have recognized the agricultural, economic and environmental benefits of promoting the growth and marketing of industrial hemp. I believe that hemp needs to be a controlled crop with the appropriate oversight of the Department of Agriculture to ensure that marijuana is not grown with the hemp. The Indiana Farm Bureau supports and prioritizes legislative action to allow industrial hemp operations in Indiana. I look forward to bringing this issue before the General Assembly in 2014........."
Stop the foolishness dingo...Oprah is not behind the product. An article about BBDA is good for us but leave the exaggerations for your playground friends.
Serious traders need information and do their own DD...not relying on message boards.
If you want to cheer...I am with you. But mega star endorsements? Would JLo do anything w/o being paid? I'll ask her about BBDA when we have dinner Saturday.
are by people bashing it here. I just read the letter from the WalMart exec in either sales or marketing...Ryland Allen is that individual store managers can decide for themselves based on demand if they want to stock KOMA..The profit margin, according to him, is 37%....DUH!
All locations visible thru the Facebook website under "Where's my Koma Unwind?" Totally impressive.
Remember as you visit the other boards we share that it's EXPOSURE...delicious drink and know more people know about it...driving sales.
Marijuana research included...
The U.S. Senate and House conference committee on the Farm Bill tonight released its report, which includes an amendment allowing colleges, universities and state agriculture departments to grow hemp for research purposes.
The amendment was authored by U.S. Rep. Earl Blumenauer, D-Portland, and U.S. Rep. Thomas Massie, R-Ky., and U.S. Rep. Jared Polis, D-Colorado. All three represents states where industrial hemp production is allowed under state law.
Blumenauer late Monday called the inclusion of the industrial hemp amendment in the Farm Bill, which the U.S. House and Senate are expected to vote on Wednesday, a "bright spot in an otherwise disappointing bill." The bill cuts about $8 billion from the food stamp program over the next decade.
"... Specialty chemical company, German-based Lanxess AG, the world’s largest producer of synthetic rubber, has invested in Gevo and expects to become a customer so it can access our isobutanol for the manufacture of butyl rubber. Why? Their business is growing and they need an alternative to oil for raw material supplies. Chemical companies are also interested in finding alternative sources of raw material to hedge against oil price volatility. These two market dynamics are driving significant customer interest and willingness to negotiate long-term off take agreements. Gevo’s business plan forecasts sales primarily into the chemicals markets for the production of our first few plants."
look at after hours for what it will be on Monday...now .2050
to calm your concerns go to NASDAQ AFTER HOURS and type in DEWM you'll see 1.6 million shares traded at level....0184.
GLTA this week and in future
Sentiment: Strong Buy
kudos Doc....Airborne here...101st/VM