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NFTRH+; Tax Loss Selling Season For a Once Hot Sector

A different sort of NFTRH+ update. Let’s take a look at a few bombed out charts from the Pot sector in light of tax loss selling season that is getting in gear now, and a would-be ‘January effect’. These stocks have delivered big losses and to a degree may be bought back after the tax loss washouts. This is not so much TA as it … Continue reading NFTRH+; Tax Loss Selling Season For a Once Hot Sector

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Potheads Sell the News

Canada went full frontally legal last Wednesday and the day before they ramped the Pot sector and began dumping it into the news. They are still selling it. I dwelled a bit with CVSI before selling it on Friday because its chart had held up nicely. But as the sector began groaning I had to make a decision, and it was not a particularly easy … Continue reading Potheads Sell the News

This Company Has Better Numbers than Tilray at 1/25th the Price

Here during NFTRH’s 10th anniversary week it is interesting that one of our earliest subscribers, Frederick Lacy, has a well written and well researched article on the one Cannabis related stock I own, CV Sciences (CVSI). Fred is one of my 3 (fundamental) Amigos watching over the junior precious metals miner patch, but he is also well versed in many other areas. Early on he … Continue reading This Company Has Better Numbers than Tilray at 1/25th the Price

Not to Be Outdone By CVSI in the Spec Olympics, TRXC on Track Too

This is a post about two stocks that are much different than the mature companies noted in the previous post. These are very immature (read: speculative) companies that could bring great pleasure if they succeed and as with any speculative stock, great pain if they don’t. I spent some posting time over the last few days on a really remarkable series of events. First I … Continue reading Not to Be Outdone By CVSI in the Spec Olympics, TRXC on Track Too

CVSI: Well, This is Ridiculous

I initially bought with the feeling that I was momo’ing it (i.e. chasing). And sure enough it became violent and printed some paper losses.  I added for an average of 2.20/share. From the NFTRH Trade Log: Buy starter position in speculative and volatile CVSI, much like w/ ROKU & SRAX before these were increased on pullbacks.  –June 12 Add a bit more CVSI on sharp … Continue reading CVSI: Well, This is Ridiculous