Who know how many other IDs you have here, I'm guessing you're using "pumper" IDs as well.
Actually I don't own any shares, have never owned shares, and NEVER plan to own any shares. I'm here because of fakes like yourself. You can believe it or not... up to you, "Dr".
BTW - all your pumps have done nothing but bring this down 60% since I've been here.
So, do you still want to meet me after school? Moron.
MJNA doesn't have 'products'; they have a portfolio of scams, mixed in with one company under Red Dice Holdings that produces a few THC infused products. Period.
You're the biggest fake here.
I knew it all along.
Sad little bot man you are.
Unfortunately 'revenue projections' by a company that doesn't even file it's Q's with the SEC, and can't even tell shareholders where their 'income' comes from... make your guestimate a freaking joke!
In short; you've been drinking too much Dixie Elixer.
Oh, but you're good at quoting valuation metrics definitions.
I didn't get in until 11. I liked the dividends, that was what got me in. I may pick up more now. Waiting for the numbers to come out for this Q.
That clears it up somewhat.
BTW - I very much appreciate your time and effort with the explanation.
It's going down, because they're exposing this SCAM for what it is. Period. Anybody doing any real DD would see the same thing. There were red flags from the beginning.
People don't pay .16c for a stock for no reason. Do you think all the shareholders listen to SA? I doubt it.
Yeah, go ahead and say what you want. If it wasn't for the news about the MMJ industry a few months ago and some very smart and quick thinking PR releases, this turd would still be back at .02c a share.
The only real winners are Michelle, her cronies, and the traders who were fortunate enough to take advantage of this volume and volatility.
The trend for legalization is obviously moving forward. I don't think that has ANYTHING to do with this this shady company and it's poorly transparent accounting practices.
Actually, no, that's not the case. Investors who aren't sure of what they really got themselves into with a penny stock sold because they have no clue as to the real value of this company.
RED FLAGS - to name a few.
It's company who's only real revenue producer is Dixie and they won't even show where it's money comes from and just claims 'income' on it's quarterly reports which are not filed even with the SEC.
It's company that is involved in share swapping transactions that have no REAL cash value.
It's a company who's past and present major share holders have been involved with each other in previous businesses not even related to the MMJ industry. Real Estate scams. I won't name names, but you do the research on the people who started this company. Zebra's can't change their stripes - we'll just say that.
It's a company that trades for .18c for a reason.
You must have pulled those numbers out of your pipe.
A share is only worth what someone is willing to pay for it. Bottom line.
At the moment nobody wants to pay more than .17c. There's a reason for that.
So, in short, you're saying news(the threat of the Colorado Repeal) has everything to do with the price of this stock?
Well now, that's a good reason to buy MJNA. I always thought that making money, a solid business plan, good management, profit margin, and an increase in PPS was the way to go?
Even the CEO won't show her face and talk to or release some kind of acknowledgement about the company, it's finances, it future plans, yet alone her own background or experience in the MMJ industry.
Actually none of the articles talk about their "success" as you call it, because well, technically, they don't have any.
The 60 Minute report was really about the MMJ industry and it included MJNA in it as an example of what was happening at that time.
Unfortunately, this was also the time when alot of small time investors and traders took notice. I'm sure the smart traders made money as well as the big time share holders who have sold bit by bit on the way down because they got in at .02c a share or around there. But the small time retail investor, the guy who bought a few thousand shares while all the hype was still in the air, he lost his but.
Looking over at the PPS and volume the last few days. I wouldn't say that "MJNA is fine" Stuart is probably fine though. I'm sure he owned a bunch of shares as well.