man i missed the boat big time on sigma labs. I choose TRTC over SGLB...maybe it was a swing and a miss and not a strike out.
when there is a 50% swing downward i am getting in there...
wow, did you take some modern poetry classes from yale . that was beautiful. IMO buy below 15 and hold until 50cents but always reevaluate your investments. I think if you want a safer cannabis stock to invest in you turn towards trtc. I own both stocks.
it is not hard to make a few 100%'s in the penny game, it would be really impressive if you could pick company with a legitimate business plan and tangible products. look at small soda companies some of them are trading at 6.7499 dollars today and have 10 million in quarterly sales. look at DDD and their number of o/s. (time to google)...
I am not saying that trtc is like any of the two companies but they have similarities . trtc is in the ball park with ddd in regards to o/s and potential public and hedge fund interest ( illegitimate company in the cannabis/ new wave of agriculture) and is also similar to to reed in potential revenues.
just do some work and invest in a company that you think has a future and you will make plenty of money.... you will make a lot of money....
make the market work for you. some of the richest people in the world invested in companies that were in financially in need and a young company like trtc entering into two new markets unknown upward potential.. it is to good to pass up. it is even riskier not knowing future laws.
but right now trtc has a opportunity with BJs and in a short term look to that as your investment.
i feel like people on this message board and most message boards get one to seek confidence in their half baked investments and the other to spoil their dreams bc they got had.
"imagine if you could print entire organs and grown from samples of your own body tissue. Organovo (ONVO) has developed a bio-printer that uses human cells instead of ink to create living 3-dimensional structures. It is no surprise that Organovo was listed as one of the fifty most innovative companies in 2012 by the MIT Technology Review.
In all likelihood, product development will happen in three stages. The first stage will be human-like body tissues for drug toxicity testing. The second will be simple tissues for implant (cardiac patches, skin, or arteries). The final goal of manufacturing fully functional organs is years away, but the potential impact for the health care industry is simply mind-blowing.
The problem with Organovo’s business is that it is bleeding cash. This usually leads to shareholder dilution, so investors need to think of this as a very high-risk, very long-term proposition
the motley fool just outlined ONVOs future markets. ONVO does not need to worry about drug testing bc their product that is hitting "the shelves" next year will be used to aid companies during the different phases in drug testing.
ONVO is about to offer themselves to a billion dollar market and there will be buyers. its pretty simple.
then dont. wait it will drop back to 7-8 cents, you already missed the bull now wait for the shorts to bring it back down. IMO
long on SGLB
maybe, if it does dip that low then i can not imagine it will be there for more than a day or 2. I am still sticking to my guns that the real bounce is above 13 or the double is at the 13 mark. IMO I have not background in finance but it is fun to research and invest your own personal money. no one will look after your investments like you will .
i know this is old ... but this is the future and I hope TRTC and learn from theses Brits.
TRTC is a buy if you think Mr. Mann's, a 37.5% owner, lawsuit with WeGrow Garden Supply LLC is coming to a close and TRTC is moving on. That their product line of hydroponic equipment is selling and if you believe in their able to make money on whole food sale and the mj market.
you might look like a genius if you invest in a company with legal troubles and they rebound or a fool.....