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Hemp Inc (OTCMKTS: HEMP) Bottoming Out

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Hemp Inc (OTCMKTS: HEMP) is still struggling to steer clear of the bears. Since late April, the stock has faced continued downside price action from short-sellers. However, there is clear potential for the company to enter a bull market.

Hemp Share Analysis

The last year has been a rollercoaster experience for Hemp Inc. The stock has been fluctuating between $0.02 and $0.06 for the longest time, and some investors might have grown weary. While this is understandable, what is clear is that the stock price seems to have hit bottom and can only go up next.

From late November to mid-December 2018, there was massive activity in terms of moving HEMP shares. There was a huge interest in the stock which was probably due to the legalization of the cultivation of Hemp in the US via the 2018 Farm Bill. The legislation came in the period where Canada had just legalized marijuana, and the demand for hemp-derived cannabidiol (CBD) was on the rise.

However, the cannabis sector is still growing and, as such, there is a lot of uncertainty, especially regarding regulations. Canada may be the first industrialized country to legalize weed, but the US remains an important market which should have a clear official position in the industry. 

After the clearance of hemp cultivation in the US, HEMP has actively engaged in various expansion activities to exploit the resulting demand. By the time the hemp legalization legislation fell into place, HEMP was one of the most ready companies. As such, the stock surged 3.32% and touched $0.0405 in the immediate aftermath of the Farm Bill.

HEMP Daily Chart

At the time of writing, the stock has finally touched $0.0206; a value is last seen one year after the company went public in July 2009. Since 2014, the stock has stayed in sub-zero regions largely due to the uncertainly clouding the cannabis industry. Therefore, one would have expected the stock to shoot to all-time highs once the industry gained official federal clearance to operate within the US borders.

Nonetheless, it seems the market is playing a wait-and-see game where decisive action by the authorities like the lifting of all barriers to cannabis to embrace the industry fully. This implies that investors are satisfied with the efforts by HEMP toward making the company profitable to shareholders.

About Hemp Inc

Based in Las Vegas, Nevada, Hemp Inc. is among the first companies to begin production of cannabis products from industrial hemp. The company utilizes its multipurpose hemp processing facility to develop products for both recreational and medical segments of the cannabis industry. In addition to processing cannabidiol, the company owns and operates an online outlet for marijuana-related news and entertainment. Previously known as Marijuana Inc., the company rebranded in 2012, four years since its founding.

Hemp Farming Legislation

For a long time, Hemp Inc. has been a staunch advocate of a blanket clearance by all States for farming of hemp across the US. Late last year, the Farm Bill enacted paved the way for this to happen but many states are yet to legalize the cultivation. However, the last few months have seen various states sign bills which would culminate in an environment of clarity regarding the legal status of hemp farming.

On May 14, Brian Kemp, the Governor for Georgia signed into law a bill which sought to allow hemp farming in the region. Contextually, Georgia is a critical region to the production of hemp in the country. For starters, the state has large expanses of farmland and a community of farmers who want to cultivate hemp. Georgia joins Texas and other 4o states in the US which have comprehensive legal frameworks which facilitate the farming of hemp.

In light of this, Hemp Inc. is at the forefront looking for partnership opportunities which farmers from these regions.  According to Bruce Perlowin, CEO of HEMP, the signing of the bill provides an opportunity for the company to ramp up its production capability and capacity.

“The signing of this bill in Georgia also provides Hemp, Inc. the opportunity to begin the search for partnerships across the state and continuously add to our already robust list of ventures across the country,” Perlowin said.

Hemp Growing Competition

To further its pursuits in the cannabis industry, Hemp Inc. created the hemp growing competition, which will involve farmers in Arizona. Dubbed Hempathon, the competition will take up to 300 acres of designated land in Golden Valley. The primary endpoint of the activity is for the company to create joint ventures with farmers to increase its production capacity. Winners will receive a token, but they will first have to pay a $50,000 participation fee. The resulting joint ventures will be owned half by the company and half by the farmer. As such, they will split costs and revenues right in the middle.

From a strategic point of view, this is a well thought out play which will position Hemp Inc. as a premier player in the fledgling industry.

Bottom line

The cannabis industry is still taking its baby steps despite the euphoria around the industry. This is quite visible in the relationship between cannabis stocks and the market. Also, it is clear that HEMP has a clear long term strategy which should excite the market.

Once the market recognizes the potential inherent in the HEMP stock, investors should expect a massive rally which will potentially be record setting.

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Hemp Stock (OTCMKTS:HEMP) Climbing The Ladder

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Things have not been rosy for Hemp Stock (OTCMKTS:HEMP) going by the price action activity over the past year. The stock has lost more than two-thirds of its market value after feeling the full force of short-sellers. The stock remains engulfed in a long-term downtrend and in dire need of breathtaking catalysts to bounce back from all-time lows.

Hemp Stock Price and Catalysts Analysis

Hemp underperformance coincides with a sell-off wave that gripped the marijuana sector in 2019. A good number of stocks shed a significant amount of market value even as the broader stock market continued to record higher highs. Hemp Inc. underperformance might as well stem from the lack of substantial updates needed to validate the company’s long-term prospects.

However, the stock appears to have hit a bottom and due for a correction higher as a bounce-back play. Supporting a potential break out from current lows is the passing of friendly legislations that continue to unravel new opportunities in the hemp industry. Likewise, the company has continued to strengthen its product line, having also made strategic moves in new markets in pursuit of revenue opportunities.

That said, it does not come as a surprise that the stock has already started showing signs of edging higher after languishing at the lower end of the $0.01 level. The immediate resistance level standing in the way of the stock breaking out from current lows is the $0.02 level.

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Kona Gold Stock (OTCMKTS:KGKG) Down But Not Out

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Kona Gold Stock (OTCMKTS:KGKG) has plunged to its lowest price in more than a year. That is the result of a downtrend that kicked off in earnest in August.

If we look at Kona Gold’s investor relations site and go to the press release section, we see that the company has made several announcements about its business activities and developments since August. However, none of these announcements have been able to halt the slide in the stock.

About Kona Gold stock

Kona Gold Solutions is a Delaware corporation that operates several wholly owned subsidiary businesses. Through its subsidiaries, Kona Gold is engaged in the production and sale of hemp-based products, mostly beverages.

Kona Gold stock has a track record of bouncing back from its lows

Kona Gold has a history of bouncing back from its lows. In September 2018, Kona Gold was trading at $0.011, lower than its current price. But the stock bounced back and was trading at $0.118 in November, delivering a return of more than 970% in a space of just two months. In January 2019, Kona Gold was again at one of its lows at $0.47. But by February, the stock was up at $0.91, returning 94% in a period of just about one month. In April 2019, Kona Gold was down at $0.72. But in a space of about one month, the stock had sprinted back up at $0.143,…

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Hemp Inc (OTCMKTS: HEMP) Bulls Gaining Traction

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Hemp Inc (OTCMKTS: HEMP) has struggled for direction after coming under immense bearish pressure, resulting in a 50% slide. In recent weeks, the stock has resorted to trading in a tight trading range of between $0.02 and $0.03, on the lack of catalysts to fuel the upward momentum. However, not anymore.

HEMP Catalysts And Price Analysis

A confirmation that the Company registered an 1800% increase in sales for the full year ended December 31, 2018, could as well be the catalyst to fuel a bounce back from current lows. The steady increase underlines underlying growth at a time when demand for cannabis products is on the rise.

The Company has also provided a 2019 outlook that underscores expected growth as management focuses attention and resources to transforming Hemp Inc. into a full-blown marketing entity.

With the stock currently, trading at the $0.02 level, a rally could be in the offing given the formation of a bullish spiking channel. The formation of higher lows in recent weeks signals a stock due for a correction higher as a bounce-back play.

HEMP Daily Chart

The $0.03 mark is the immediate resistance level standing in the way of the stock spiking high in continuation of the emerging uptrend. Hemp finding support above the $0.03 level should open the door for it to make a run for the $0.04 mark, the next critical resistance level.

Above the $0.04 level, the stock would…

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