Bruce Cohen 
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Re: “Dubious Stock Pitched As California Marijuana Legalization ‘Campaign Donation’; Our Rating: Sell

What was that about a 'SELL' rating?

From the article:
"Cannabis Sativa Inc (OTCBB:CBDS) has heated up in a big way and is making a spectacular move up on record volume as pot stocks have ignited after GW Pharmaceuticals announced positive Phase 3 trial data for its drug Epidiolex, for the treatment of Dravet syndrome.

The news is a game changer for pot stocks especially CBDS with several irons of their own in the fire as it proves that cannabinoids can produce compelling and clinical important data and represent a highly promising new class of medications.

Cannabis Sativa Inc (OTCBB:CBDS) is a holding Company in the pot sector with a number of subsidiaries including Hi Brands International, Inc., a Nevada corporation that recently opened its first “Hi” branded marijuana dispensary on October, 2015 in Portland, Oregon."

Posted by Bruce Cohen on 03/14/2016 at 6:09 PM

Re: “Dubious Stock Pitched As California Marijuana Legalization ‘Campaign Donation’; Our Rating: Sell

Response to Article by David Downs March 13, 2016

I'm a small investor owner in Kush Inc., the subject of David's article.

I want to set the record straight. I'm writing based on my research from public documents and Kush releases. I am not an attorney or CPA. All information shared is to the best of my knowledge.

I take offense to an article clearly intended to smear and damage a political opponent.
The competition between AUMA and MCLR has degenerated into dirty politics.
Is his article a hit piece arranged by the AUMA group?

Why else would David go after a charitable effort and undermine an upcoming IPO of a cannabis start-up? It's easy to see his assertions are vague and unfounded.

No good deed goes unpunished...

First of all, as I understand it, the shares KUSH donated to MCLR aren't free trading.
Those shares can't be traded for six months after their date of issue.
That means two things.
First of all, unlike Alan's assertion, the shares will have little effect on the proposed IPO date of 4/20. Secondly, when the shares 'mature' and can be sold, they will have a clear value.

Another problem is the idea Kush randomly chose a share price. While the 'real' value won't be known for some time, the IPO and PPO values were suggested by the company's SEC Attorney and Brokerage house, based on the business plan and other factors. They are named in their business plan and filings.

A third point: Kush sold $150,000 worth of shares in the first 24 hours of their PPO.
There is at least that much faith in the management team, business plan and intellectual property.

The idea of a 'Canna-business' IPO to kick off on April 20th, a key anniversary day for Cannabis enthusiasts, is pure genius. I understand Kush is confident they can pull it off.

Alan's misleading and politically motivated article is unfair to Kush and its investors.
He says 'experts' say certain things, but doesn't always name them.
What ever happened to naming your sources?

I highly doubt Alan has either read the offering or contacted anyone at Kush.
If he's going to stoop as low as this, he might at least be sure of his facts before he tries to destroy the dreams of both the supporters of MCLR and KUSH Inc. Investors.

I own more than 5,000 and less than 10,000 shares of Kush at this time.
I'm have volunteered for CCHI, a different competing Cannabis Legalization Initiative.


Posted by Bruce Cohen on 03/13/2016 at 4:26 PM

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