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Old February 12th 19, 02:19 AM posted to misc.invest.stocks
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on ACB earnings.
Argh
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Old February 12th 19, 06:30 AM posted to misc.invest.stocks
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I kinda surprise scale of posted loss and fact med pot still big
source of revues.
Holding some tlry, tweed, tgd and acb in retirement/not for trading account,
enough headaches without try to time the pot stox market.
Still really like wildflower; WLDFF and expect it to do good for penny stock.

Build outs expensif, labour shortages, materials rocking. Cost over ruages part
of the growing of a new industry.

Feel like screaming BITCHES and reminding i touted TWEED back when it was a penny
stock, lol. Will resist for now.

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Old February 12th 19, 07:20 PM posted to misc.invest.stocks
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On Monday, February 11, 2019 at 9:30:33 PM UTC-8, French©Five-ScortchedSkin® wrote:
I kinda surprise scale of posted loss and fact med pot still big
source of revues.
Holding some tlry, tweed, tgd and acb in retirement/not for trading account,
enough headaches without try to time the pot stox market.
Still really like wildflower; WLDFF and expect it to do good for penny stock.

Build outs expensif, labour shortages, materials rocking. Cost over ruages part
of the growing of a new industry.

Feel like screaming BITCHES and reminding i touted TWEED back when it was a penny
stock, lol. Will resist for now.


Holding ACB and WLDFF long term. Pot stocks seem to be coming back today. Been looking at CGC but am already too invested in pot sector.
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Old February 12th 19, 09:10 PM posted to misc.invest.stocks
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Default Pot stocks take beating

On Tuesday, February 12, 2019 at 10:20:41 AM UTC-8, uncle_vito wrote:
On Monday, February 11, 2019 at 9:30:33 PM UTC-8, French©Five-ScortchedSkin® wrote:
I kinda surprise scale of posted loss and fact med pot still big
source of revues.
Holding some tlry, tweed, tgd and acb in retirement/not for trading account,
enough headaches without try to time the pot stox market.
Still really like wildflower; WLDFF and expect it to do good for penny stock.

Build outs expensif, labour shortages, materials rocking. Cost over ruages part
of the growing of a new industry.

Feel like screaming BITCHES and reminding i touted TWEED back when it was a penny
stock, lol. Will resist for now.


Holding ACB and WLDFF long term. Pot stocks seem to be coming back today.. Been looking at CGC but am already too invested in pot sector.


I am feeling the same way. I hold ACB, CGC, WILDFF, CCAN.
 




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