Does this mean post R/S I'll have 33300 @ .007 opposed to 333000 @ .0007? If this brings up the PPS, then I have no issue here.
I'm not a heavy hitter like you, but picked up another 70k shares @ .006. I'm just shy of 250k shares now. Here's hoping this will hit a penny in the next couple of days. But will remain patient in this volatile industry. Good luck!
I keep seeing the 'nursing home' copy/paste on the pot stocks I'm invested in. I'm pretty amused by it. These peeps must be using their Texas Instruments computer at home, because companies aren't allowed to upgrade their products/services.
I've never had issues with Fidelity, but I'm only a small player in the stocks. I sold 500 shares @ $1.00 earlier and converted most of that profit to SKTO shares (36k @ $0.01). I didn't think it was a bad idea.
I was waiting for a stock to convert my MJNA shares into. Thanks to a plug and some due dilligence, I was happy to turn the shares into 91,700 @ .0041 of SEEK. I've made a couple hundred since Friday, and from the sounds, it could turn into more. I know there are skeptics who say P&D, but this one has me intrigued. BTW, What are those crazy prices from pre-2008 on the chart all about?
As an FYI, Wakefield is one of the nicest cities in the entire Boston area. We aren't talking trailer-park-trash here. It definitely can't hurt the industry, If the "elite" city/towns in MA are along for the ride. I really wish I owned more than the 10,000 shares I have, but I can't complain about any profit I'll make here.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
I work in Sales Operations for a large company so I am familiar inflated forecast projections. That doesn't necessarily mean that the company has huge issues with financials. If they reported legit numbers up until now, then who are we to say they can't match or even exceed financial expectations in the next two years? MM is a growing market with staggering financial potential. If the Dixie products continue to develop into the industry leader, then the consumer will buy it. Obviously if the past numbers were false, we have all been duped and the bashers can say "I told you so". But since this industry arrow is pointed up, I'm willing to take my chances that this company will grow and stock price will do the same.
That's a good question. If the Dixie products speak for themselves (no pumping necessary) plus the money that can be made in this sector (I watch the news too), how is this strictly a pump and dump? Why can't an emergining company be allowed to progress forward with a new business venture. I keep thinking about those companies that were bailed out by the Stimulus pkg a few years back, but only to repeat bad behaviors. RE: Bank of America. BUT, there are still millions of customers that kept faith with them and continue to hold accounts/money/loans there. That's why I'm still not sure MJNA is a Sell opposed to Hold or even Buy.
Everybody seems to be piggy-backing on generic 'this is a pump and dump; get out now" statements. That to me is less credible than the bible posts with facts on why you should be cautious with investing in MM stocks. In the past few months, I haven't ready one "REAL" article (SA is a joke IMO) or watched a TV clip that hasn't revealed that the MM sector is striving towards a multi-billion dollar industry. I don't know about you, but there seems to be a TON of potential money to be made here by everyday folks like myself, bashers like yourself, and pumpers like the bots that post here. MM is here to stay, but it seems like there are too many here that don't want to believe it.
I don't understand all the hate around here for MJNA. As a sidebar, I'm only vested in 5,000 @ 0.014, so I am still in the green on my investment. The MM sector is in its infancy and will only evolve further. The Dixie line of products looks to be THE BEST in the entire MM sector. There are so many other positive facts about MJNA too. Yes, their board of members have some scetchy resumes, but so do most billionaires in reputable companies. Having read thru most of the #$%$ on this board, I'm just baffled here. Not with questions about why would people invest in MJNA, just about why people would want to destroy the entire MM sector knowing it can be quite profitable.
I own 8000 shares of MJNA @ 0.142, but will still see substantial profit even if it only hits $1 on its best day. I will probably move some things around this week to purchase another 1000 and improve my stance on MJNA even further. Although I don't trade for a living, I am quite happy that I've more than doubled my intitial $2000 investment in under two weeks. I made a goal of turning that investment into $20000 in 2 years and I like the direction I'm headed. Your condesending comments all over this message board are a total joke!
Got it a little higher than I wanted to pay for 50k shares of YTRV. But in all honesty, when this stock soars, I'll be happy with my 50k shares! Good luck.
I was trading within a dormant IRA account that didn't have margins built in (or something like that; again, novice here), so I deposited $250 from my checking account that should be in my individual account by Monday. I was hopeful that I had that cash for trade today, but it looks like I can get in at a nice price next week too. Good luck to all!
I'll be happy with any price .005 or lower! With the positive news and a little DD surrounding YTRV, I really feel good about this investment. I feel the potential is there to increase my portfolio by a couple zero's. Have only been trading for 2 weeks and have increased my portfolio almost 100%, mostly due to MJNA. Good luck!