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ohfredoh 7 posts  |  Last Activity: Dec 29, 2014 11:49 PM Member since: Jan 9, 2007
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  • Lesson 1: Remember, BASHERS NEVER Bash A BAD STOCK. Check the boards for stocks with no potential. They never have any Bashers. Bashers only go after stocks that are moving up or have excellent potential to do so. Bashers work to bring the price down to either increase their position at the expense of others or help a Short make their bones.

    Lesson 2: BASHERS ALWAYS BRING UP OLD NEWS THAT YOU HAVE HEARD MANY TIMES. New startup companies always have a few bits of bad news. The Basher will post this over and over again. Unsophisticated Bashers will try to freshen up old news with a new date or by-line in an attempt to fool you.

    Lesson 3: BASHERS POST MANY TIMES A DAY. They try to wear you out. They comment on everything, every other post, and can answer every question. THEY KNOW IT ALL! There is no positive comment they won't Bash. They try to control the board. True longs may have to confront the Bashers or they will appear to the newbies as being the people with all the information. This is best accomplished by posting positive, well researched data on the company, repetitively, while trying hard not to engage the Bashers in direct repartee. REMEMBER - LONGS... RESIST USING THE BASHERS ALIAS!

    Lesson 4: BASHERS WILL LIE TO YOUR FACE. Never trust a Basher. The truth on startup companies is that they make mistakes. What new company hasn't? The Basher will compare your issue to a another companies, financials - deals - management, etc., trying to lure you into making an Apples to Oranges comparison. Remember each company is unique and while it is prudent to seek out established indicators, do so with care and don't take someone else's word for it. Strive to come up with at least a "six- pack" of indicators so your vision of the state of a company is not tied to a single barometer. Not doing so is tantamount to going to a Race Track and betting on the "Pretty Brown Horsey". BASHERS WANT TO WHISPER IN YOUR EAR - PLAN Less.....Fred

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    Can the company sue this Onkelsombody guy?

    by nathanppierce Dec 24, 2014 9:09 AM
    ohfredoh ohfredoh Dec 27, 2014 2:46 PM Flag

    I have put that person (oncle) on ignore If I was you do the same thing.
    When you answer these sick people you are giving them what they lack at home.
    This is a poor individual that needs love. So if you answer them they think they are important and getting love.

  • ohfredoh by ohfredoh Dec 27, 2014 2:18 PM Flag

    Thank you for all that you have done. I am glad we have approval for Clark County Nevada. Fred

  • company be able to manage and supply to the Indian Casino's
    Click here: Native Americans allowed to sell, grow marijuana, DOJ says | Fox News
    Native American tribes are allowed to grow and sell marijuana on their lands as long as they follow the same laws laid out for states that have legalized the drug, the U.S. Justice Department said Thursday.

    The announcement could give rise to rich new business on reservations, unlike casino gambling, some advocates say. Only a handful of tribes have interest in the marijuana business.

    Oregon U.S. Attorney Amanda Marshall said that the Justice Department policy addresses questions raised by tribes about how legalization of pot in states like Oregon, Washington and Colorado would apply to Indian lands.

    "That's been the primary message tribes are getting to us as U.S. attorneys," Marshall said from Portland. "What will the U.S. as federal partners do to assist tribes in protecting our children and families, our tribal businesses, our tribal housing? How will you help us combat marijuana abuse in Indian Country when states are no longer there to partner with us?"

    Only three tribes in California, Washington state and in the Midwest have only expressed interest in selling the drug, Marshall said. It is unclear if it will really take off the way casinos did.

    One South Dakota tribe rejected a proposal to allow marijuana.

    Oglala Sioux tribal Councilwoman Ellen Fills the Pipe, chairwoman of the council's Law and Order Committee, said Thursday she needs to review the federal policy more thoroughly but that given her long background in law enforcement, she opposes loosening marijuana laws.

    "For me, it's a drug," Fills the Pipe said. "My gut feeling is we're most likely going to shoot it down."

    In Oregon, former Klamath Tribes chairman Jeff Mitchell said communities everywhere deal with drug and alcohol issues, and tribes are likely to proceed carefully.

    "I have confidence in tribal government that they will deal with it appropriately and they'll take into consideration social and legal aspects, as well as other implications that go along with bringing something like that into a community," Mitchell said.

    Marshall warned that marijuana is still illegal under federal law. Problems could arise for tribes with lands in states that outlaw marijuana due to the likelihood that pot would be transported or sold outside tribal boundaries, she said.

    Tribes selling marijuana may not be subject to state or local taxes allowing them to undercut off-reservation sales.

    A lot of tribes are expected to consult the idea of selling marijuana.

    With limited resources and vast amounts of territory to cover, federal prosecutors will not prosecute minor cases, Marshall said.

    The tribal policy is based on an August 2013 Justice Department announcement that the federal government wouldn't intervene as long as legalization states tightly regulate the drug and take steps to keep it from children, criminal cartels and federal property.

    U.S. attorneys also reserve the right to prosecute trafficking, firearms violations and possession of marijuana on federal property.

  • Thse article in Forbes was Hottest Stocks,,,,,,Forbes didn't say loser stocks..7. TerraTech Corp. (+157%) — This established Irvine, Calif.-based grower and retailer is moving into marijuana cultivation, and had the biggest fundraising of any public company in the sector, closing a $6.5 million debt facility in February. TerraTech is developing a research and cannabis extraction facility aimed at the #$%$ market. The company is also collaborating with vaporizer firm Vaporin to create cannabis-product vending machines for the medical market.

  • ohfredoh by ohfredoh Nov 17, 2014 5:04 PM Flag

    Aren't you the one that posted a German article and than said that '' Attention Huge TRTC Sellout Will Start !!" I guess you were wrong............Fred

  • ohfredoh ohfredoh Nov 17, 2014 4:52 PM Flag

    I live in L.V. and you seem to be putting this stock down all the time..........Would you like to meet me somewnere since I own 30k shares of TRTC and you don't own a share. This way we can talk about TRTC......Fred

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