I got kicked out of a marijuana stock group

4 months ago

Apparently truth telling

Is frowned upon in Facebook Marijuana Stock Market groups, an article was shared about how Canadians are buying their cannabis off the black market still and not from the dispensaries. I made a comment that my Canadian Friends on Smoke.io have reported mold, bugs and the cannabis not being very good so till issues like that gets fixed it is understandable. I didn't say it was all suppliers just there has be some reports of it and I get why people prefer the blackmarket with those reports.

Apparently I pissed someone off

Cause I got a ton of flak for it then I said their ignorance actually makes me laugh as they have no clue I write daily about Cannabis, I spend hours reading about Cannabis and what is going on in legal and illegal markets around the world.

Then a Canadian supplier for the government chimed in

I know I offended him but he is blind that he think the issue was with only one supplier of it was just one supplier there would not be so many people going to the black market. I wish I had the link to the article it said only 1 out of 3 cannabis buyers are buying through dispensaries in Canada meaning 2 out of 3 are hitting the blackmarket. So how am I off on my opinion?

I tried to respond

And I got the error when a post as already been removed. Then it said I wasn't a member anymore, so apparently one of the moderators got butthurt because I told them to stop reading about the market on MSM and check out real stories from real cannabis users where the reviews are not bought and are true, uncensored and can not be removed.

So since I couldn't post there

If any of them come here and check this site out. I write about Cannabis daily, study it and grow it too you are not the only one. You maybe a great supplier but some of the suppliers suck and till you weed them out you will have to have a small portion of the market. And no my friends I speak of isn't me I am an American not Canadian. Don't be a baby because someone speaks their truth as they see it.

Till next time stoners

Be open to other peoples point of view and if you are a supplier who is making a quality product keep up the good work, if you need to make improvements do so. But don't sell bug infested marijuana or mold infested. Make sure you are growing a quality product and if it isn't up to standards don't sell it at a price that says it is. And don't forget it is 4:20 somewhere so puff puff pass.

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That's pretty weak! Legalization should never mean that cannabis has to be purchased from the government. That's not legalization, that's something else entirely.

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Someone I know recently said that they went to a dispensary and bought some legal weed just to have the container to put their black market weed in

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Those containers are ridiculous. By which I mean dispensaries should also have to introduce recycling programs.

Those should be at the core and that can go hand in hand with the ridiculously overdesigned (for safety) containers. At least that would give regulation and red tape sense.

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They have similar containers for the CBD Flower aka hemp that is legal here aka why in the hell would you buy that bunk crap for that price I can get good medical grade cannabis. I been thinking about getting some of it for the container. LOL

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I think @rawpride has offered to wash out his used containers and send them for shipping cost.

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I am in an illegal state so the best I can do is put it in a CBD/Hemp container and hope the cops buy it and don't take it and test it for THC content.

LOL... swamps. Political mutually backrubbing swamps and their ilk.

That was part of the StatsCan report. Alibi wrote about that report. Only 1/4 of recreational users buy from legal outlets in Canada.

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Right I find it funny as hell because most of those that were commenting are always complaining their stocks are down. Me I don't watch mine very much, I been playing with free money aka profits and pulled my investment ages ago.
But to remove my comment and block me for telling the truth and telling people to come here to check it out for themselves real users reporting what they are buying from the legal market, and suppliers should want to know what the end users are saying to each other. But hey what do I know my whole life doesn't revolve around this plant, oh wait,,, It does. lol

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The Giant Canadian Cannabis (Government sponsored) companies are in a race to grow and build and ship as much Cannabis as possible before other countries enter the market and put Canada out of business. It is crazy that Canada Is desperately trying to grow so much weed in heated buildings when it’s -40 Celsius outside with light emitting diodes and artificial conditions when Superior Weed can be grown in warmer parts of the world. Especially places like Israel, Middle East, South America, southern USA.... these other countries need to get their Political Act together and start growing good Cannabis under the sun and rain. ... I can’t wait for summer. I shoveled snow all day up here in Canada. The valuations of some of these companies is absolutely ridiculous.... 20 Billion for Canopy Growth when they are losing $500 Million every 3 months (from investing in other companies losing even more money) .. but you know what? The hype and the pumping of these stocks is so absolutely ridiculous that they will keep going higher at least from day to day. So I will buy 10 shares and sell for a $100 Profit every few days since I am tired of watching them go higher and higher as the Government runs ads for Cannabis every day. It’s all about Tax dollars to pay the ballooning deficit..... I am sure they have stock options on them. The way they are pumped Day in and day out. Buy buy buy.... Lambo soon. It is insane.

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Spot.on.

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I am sure people have thousands invested in Canopy, Aurora, Tilray and Aphria. They move 10% in a day. So if you want to day trade you can make a few hundred bucks in an hour..... These companies are just stock ticker symbols now. Traders have taken over. At some point the bottom will fall out. Maybe tomorrow. There is so much greed and frothiness ... they really don’t care about a quality product, money has taken over.

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Absolutely. It’s totally this decade’s Klondike.

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Like Tulip mania that crashed in February 14 1637.

Tulip mania (Dutch: tulpenmanie) was a period in the Dutch Golden Age during which contract prices for some bulbs of the recently introduced and fashionable tulip reached extraordinarily high levels and then dramatically collapsed in February 1637.

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Gotta understand them though: they spend on lots of tulips. Because no access to banking yet no company in the US can go public but eventually they will. Add to that the reality of Israel making massive inroads, also with massively funded companies and now even legalized medical export, and eventually always more countries too.

They’re paying a steep price for stocks which will not last long at that rate as the market diversifies. Must be a massively conflicting position to know that reality but still ride the hype and high.

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the ones that listen will be the end survivors IMO.

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This is not a matter of surviving. This is a matter of Canadian cannabis stock are. Currently “May I interest you in some tulips?”.

The current Canadian stocks are valued at more than half of predicted WHOLE cannabis market by 2025.

Their bubble will pop long before. Watch them short those same companies as 2020 elections pick up an at least one front runner campaigns pro-descheduling and STATES act passes as well.

EU elections in May. Green parties are in vogue since a while. Guess what they will also campaign with.

That’s not to say it will happen in EU but EU is as federal as the USA and several countries can get an important tax boost from legalizing medical industry with exports.

Don’t sit too long on those Canadian stocks. ;)

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I only have some profits in and they are spread out and I have my stop loss in place if it hits that, they automatically sell. I think smart investors always deploy stop losses.

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And greedy ones tell non-beliebers to STFU so they can continue riding the high without “negativity”. :D

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I bought some Tilray around $50 and sold at $300... but I made the mistake of buying again when it dropped to $250... and held all the way back to $70. Ouch. Lost about $3,000 in. A few weeks.

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Were I a more skilled author, I'd turn this reply into a post of it's own called "Canada Cannabis and Tulpenmanie Twining" - and work in them SEO words...

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Bonus points when using Cannada.

It’s definitely a Klondike (goldrush), I’m not sure about tulips mania because the investing in foreign entities is a viable strategy and will keep shares at a reasonable maybe not “bubble crash” level. If the twining reference is to the British tea brands, complete with “flavored” touch then, sir... I tip my hat!

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Sadly, I am not that epic. The Twining was merely my love for alliteration :)

The Risk of Putting Your Life Savings in Flowers...

Needless to say, the prices were not an accurate reflection of the value of a tulip bulb. As it happens in many speculative bubbles, some prudent people decided to sell and crystallize their profits. A domino effect of progressively lower and lower prices took place as everyone tried to sell while not many were buying. The price began to dive, causing people to panic and sell regardless of losses.

Dealers refused to honor contracts and people began to realize they traded their homes for a piece of greenery; panic and pandemonium were prevalent throughout the land. The government attempted to step in and halt the crash by offering to honor contracts at 10% of the face value, but then the market plunged even lower, making such restitution impossible. No one emerged unscathed from the crash. Even the people who had locked in their profit by getting out early suffered under the following depression.

The effects of the tulip craze left the Dutch very hesitant about speculative investments for quite some time. Investors now can know that it is better to stop and smell the flowers than to stake your future upon one. - https://www.investopedia.com/features/crashes/crashes2.asp

All I can say is truth cuts to the bone. if they can't handle the truth they are either stupid or corrupt. I wouldn't waste to much time on these dipshits, bong on. :-)

Well the truth hurts and obviously someone couldn't handle it lol.

Bad for them. Good for us. They lost a very active, and experienced member and we can now have your full time here with us.

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I am already full time here

Fuck political correctness
and ALL THAT BULLSHIT!!!

There you went and spoke your mind!
Let them BAN YOU all they want,
THEY WILL NOT SILENCE YOU!!!

Keep up the integrity,
FUCK FASHIONABLE STANCES
and other types of BUTTKISSING!!!

Tell it AS YOU SEE IT!!!
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