Unless your thinking in terms of a very small price scale and near term like most short term flippers prefer to do, the .01 pre-split WAS a bargain, regardless of the pps dipping in the post split period like I suggested it might.
Many were hoping their fluffing would drive the pps upward, but not most of us long term investors. That was mostly fluff pumping by "newbies" on this board. Funny but all of the "newbies" to this board said the same thing. "I've been invested for years but I'm just now posting for the first time".
Some maybe, but most are just flippers posing as longs. Their interest peaked when they caught the buzz on message boards sparked by big news, but they didn't anticipate the delay by the new regime in Mexico. None of us did, but it'll pass.
As far as a bull run right now, without news it's not likely during a post split period with delays to the launching of major distribution and the subsequent large PO's sliding into RMHB accounts. We have every reason to be confident that it'll happen, but your lame argument against buying at this point is exactly what causes some to become too scared to average down.
With some stocks it makes sense, but not this one with everything it has going for it including the trimmed up share structure. The stock is poised for an explosion. If you're a short term flipper, the argument is expected, of course, since flippers are holding WAY longer than they would prefer to hold ANY stock, but this board is being used mostly by long term investors, so flippers should consider taking their short term arguments elsewhere or being disappointed in the reactions they get on this one.
Some longs here may have started out as flippers looking for a faster score, but realized the potential at some point and started averaging down for a long position. Many OTC traders just don't understand what a long term buy and hold investment really is. Institutional investors going long usually invest for anywhere from 4 to 10 years depending on the rate of growth at 4 years and up, but most aren't looking at OTC start ups, and a little extra time is expected when investing at ground floor entry points.
Rocky Mountain High Brands is at it's turnaround point, so as frustrated as you may feel right now, you'll get your investment back and then some if you don't get scared and fold. Takes a lot of nerve to get in early with start ups. I don't usually speak much of other securities on this board, but the following is an excellent comparison when looking at the wild ride it took, pounded by LieHub liars working for professional manipulators. Gotta focus on the facts.
Like I said, it was a rough ride with nFusz (FUSZ) too, now Verb Technology Company (VERB), but they are now poised for MASSIVE growth, finally off the OTC and onto the Nasdaq exchange.
Even they are in a "lull", freshly uplisted, as they wait for professional analyst coverage and their 2nd quarter fins which will start grabbing serious Wall Street attention.
VERB stock is considerably undervalued @ about $1.80/share, and could easily see $10 to $12 per share by the end of the year, but just the tip of the iceberg for Verb Technology. Those that can't see it coming will miss the boat.
With Rocky's new share structure and major growth expected for the remainder of 2019, as it all comes together it'll become much more obvious just how soon they too could uplist to a major exchange.
I can guarantee you some flippers even lost money on Monster Beverage due to quick and poorly timed entry and exit strategies, but those that got in at entry levels and held for a decade easily could've made millions, depending on the size of their investments, assuming multiple buys.
A person with 5k to 10k into it laughed all the way to the bank, while the impatient either got lucky and made something or they didn't and lost. Looking back now, EVERYBODY would've bought and held Monster Beverage long term.
The trick is seeing the potential BEFORE it unfolds, and the earlier you do, the bigger the gains, but again it takes nerve. It's not for the faint hearted, unless of course the money invested is all expendable cash.
I don't have much of that, but it won't ruin me to lose it either. Regardless, I have a lot on the line so nerve is required. I like to supplement it with facts, not LieHub bull shit.
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