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CAPTAINSCOTTY'S CANNABIS COALITION TICKER LIST. 11-11-2016

SWEET SIXTEEN

1. AMMJ - http://www.americancannabisconsulting.com/ http://investorshub.advfn.com/American-Cannabis-Company-Inc-AMMJ-5120/

2. CNAB - http://www.unitedcannabis.us/ / http://investorshub.advfn.com/United-Cannabis-Corp-CNAB-27340/

3. MCOA - http://www.marijuanacompanyofamerica.com/ / http://investorshub.advfn.com/Marijuana-Company-of-America-Inc-MCOA-10460/

4. FUTL  - http://www.futurelandcorp.com/ / https://investorshub.advfn.com/FutureLand-Corp-FUTL-27074/

5. INMG - http://cannanet.tv/ / https://investorshub.advfn.com/Innovativ-Media-Group-Inc-INMG-3475/

6. CNBX - http://www.cannabics.com/ / http://investorshub.advfn.com/Cannabics-Pharmaceuticals-Inc-CNBX-16589/

7. TWMJF - https://www.canopygrowth.com/ / http://investorshub.advfn.com/Canopy-Growth-Corp-TSX-CGC-28104/

8. TRTC - http://www.terratechcorp.com/  /  http://investorshub.advfn.com/Terra-Tech-Corp-TRTC-23761/

9. EVIO  - http://www.eviolabs.com/ / https://investorshub.advfn.com/EVIO-Inc-SGBYD-8387/

10.ACOL - http://www.acologyinc.com/ / http://investorshub.advfn.com/Acology-Inc-ACOL-28955/

11.PAOG - http://pao.group/ / https://investorshub.advfn.com/PAO-Group-Inc-PAOG-4614/

12. RSII - https://www.risingbiosciences.org/ / https://investorshub.advfn.com/Rising-India-Inc-RSII-15392/

13.CANB - https://canbiola.com  / https://investorshub.advfn.com/Canbiola-Inc-CANB-21465/

14. SIPC - http://sippindustries.com/major-hemp-brown-ale/ / https://investorshub.advfn.com/SIPP-Industries-SIPC-11895/

15.ACAN - http://americann.co/   /  http://investorshub.advfn.com/Americann-Inc-ACAN-27983/

16.AGTK - http://agritekholdings.com/ / http://investorshub.advfn.com/Agritek-Holdings-Inc-AGTK-8821/




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Fibonacci Retracements

 
 
 
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Introduction

Fibonacci Retracements are ratios used to identify potential reversal levels. These ratios are found in the Fibonacci sequence. The most popular Fibonacci Retracements are 61.8% and 38.2%. Note that 38.2% is often rounded to 38% and 61.8 is rounded to 62%. After an advance, chartists apply Fibonacci ratios to define retracement levels and forecast the extent of a correction or pullback. Fibonacci Retracements can also be applied after a decline to forecast the length of a counter trend bounce. These retracements can be combined with other indicators and price patterns to create an overall strategy.

 


The Sequence and Ratios

This article is not designed to delve too deep into the mathematical properties behind the Fibonacci sequence and Golden Ratio. There are plenty of other sources for this detail. A few basics, however, will provide the necessary background for the most popular numbers. Leonardo Pisano Bogollo (1170-1250), an Italian mathematician from Pisa, is credited with introducing the Fibonacci sequence to the West. It is as follows:

0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377, 610……

 

The sequence extends to infinity and contains many unique mathematical properties.

After 0 and 1, each number is the sum of the two prior numbers (1+2=3, 2+3=5, 5+8=13 8+13=21 etc…).
A number divided by the previous number approximates 1.618 (21/13=1.6153, 34/21=1.6190, 55/34=1.6176, 89/55=1.6181). The approximation nears 1.6180 as the numbers increase.
A number divided by the next highest number approximates .6180 (13/21=.6190, 21/34=.6176, 34/55=.6181, 55/89=.6179 etc….). The approximation nears .6180 as the numbers increase. This is the basis for the 61.8% retracement.
A number divided by another two places higher approximates .3820 (13/34=.382, 21/55=.3818, 34/89=.3820, 55/=144=3819 etc….). The approximation nears .3820 as the numbers increase. This is the basis for the 38.2% retracement. Also, note that 1 - .618 = .382
A number divided by another three places higher approximates .2360 (13/55=.2363, 21/89=.2359, 34/144=.2361, 55/233=.2361 etc….). The approximation nears .2360 as the numbers increase. This is the basis for the 23.6% retracement.

1.618 refers to the Golden Ratio or Golden Mean, also called Phi. The inverse of 1.618 is .618. These ratios can be found throughout nature, architecture, art and biology. In his book, Elliott Wave Principle, Robert Prechter quotes William Hoffer from the December 1975 issue of Smithsonian Magazine:

….the proportion of .618034 to 1 is the mathematical basis for the shape of playing cards and the Parthenon, sunflowers and snail shells, Greek vases and the spiral galaxies of outer space. The Greeks based much of their art and architecture upon this proportion. They called it the golden mean.




 

Alert Zones

Retracement levels alert traders or investors of a potential trend reversal, resistance area or support area. Retracements are based on the prior move. A bounce is expected to retrace a portion of the prior decline, while a correction is expected to retrace a portion of the prior advance. Once a pullback starts, chartists can identify specific Fibonacci retracement levels for monitoring. As the correction approaches these retracements, chartists should become more alert for a potential bullish reversal. Chart 1 shows Home Depot retracing around 50% of its prior advance.

 


 






The inverse applies to a bounce or corrective advance after a decline. Once a bounce begins, chartists can identify specific Fibonacci retracement levels for monitoring. As the correction approaches these retracements, chartists should become more alert for a potential bearish reversal. Chart 2 shows 3M (MMM) retracing around 50% of its prior decline.
 



 
 




Keep in mind that these retracement levels are not hard reversal points. Instead, they serve as alert zones for a potential reversal. It is at this point that traders should employ other aspects of technical analysis to identify or confirm a reversal. These may include candlesticks, price patterns, momentum oscillators or moving averages.



 

Common Retracements

The Fibonacci Retracements Tool at StockCharts shows four common retracements: 23.6%, 38.2%, 50% and 61.8%. From the Fibonacci section above, it is clear that 23.6%, 38.2% and 61.8% stem from ratios found within the Fibonacci sequence. The 50% retracement is not based on a Fibonacci number. Instead, this number stems from Dow Theory's assertion that the Averages often retrace half their prior move.

Based on depth, we can consider a 23.6% retracement to be relatively shallow. Such retracements would be appropriate for flags or short pullbacks. Retracements in the 38.2%-50% range would be considered moderate. Even though deeper, the 61.8% retracement can be referred to as the golden retracement. It is, after all, based on the Golden Ratio.

Shallow retracements occur, but catching these requires a closer watch and quicker trigger finger. The examples below use daily charts covering 3-9 months. Focus will be on moderate retracements (38.2-50%) and golden retracements (61.8%). In addition, these examples will show how to combine retracements with other indicators to confirm a reversal.




 

Moderate Retracements

Chart 3 shows Target (TGT) with a correction that retraced 38% of the prior advance. This decline also formed a falling wedge, which is typical for corrective moves. The combination raised the reversal alert. Chaikin Money Flow turned positive as the stock surged in late June, but this first reversal attempt failed. Yes, there will be failures. The second reversal in mid July was successful. Notice that TGT gapped up, broke the wedge trend line and Chaikin Money Flow turned positive (green line).



 






 

Chart 4 shows Petsmart (PETM) with a moderate 38% retracement and other signals coming together. After declining in September-October, the stock bounced back to around 28 in November. In addition to the 38% retracement, notice that broken support turned into resistance in this area. The combination served as an alert for a potential reversal. William %R was trading above -20% and overbought as well. Subsequent signals affirmed the reversal. First, Williams %R moved back below -20%. Second, PETM formed a rising flag and broke flag support with a sharp decline the second week of December.


 






 

Golden Retracements

Chart 4 shows Pfizer (PFE) bottoming near the 62% retracement level. Prior to this successful bounce, there was a failed bounce near the 50% retracement. The successful reversal occurred with a hammer on high volume and follow through with a breakout a few days later.



 







Chart 5 shows JP Morgan (JPM) topping near the 62% retracement level. The surge to the 62% retracement was quite strong, but resistance suddenly appeared with a reversal confirmation coming from MACD (5,35,5). The red candlestick and gap down affirmed resistance near the 62% retracement. There was a two day bounce back above 44.5, but this bounce quickly failed as MACD moved below its signal line (red dotted line).




 






 

Conclusions

Fibonacci retracements are often used to identify the end of a correction or a counter-trend bounce. Corrections and counter-trend bounces often retrace a portion of the prior move. While short 23.6% retracements do occur, the 38.2-61.8% covers the more possibilities (with 50% in the middle). This zone may seem big, but it is just a reversal alert zone. Other technical signals are needed to confirm a reversal. Reversals can be confirmed with candlesticks, momentum indicators, volume or chart patterns. In fact, the more confirming factors the more robust the signal.





 

Using with SharpCharts

You can use our ChartNotes annotation tool to add Fibonacci Retracement Lines to your charts. Below, you'll find an example of a chart annotated with Fibonacci Retracement Lines.

 










To learn more about how to add this annotation to your charts, check out our Support Center article on ChartNotes' Line Study Tools.





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Ailment Strains to Investigate
 
Acid Reflux See Gastrointestinal below.
ADD / ADHD Blue Dragon (Sour Diesel x Blueberry), Blue Dream, Bubba Kush, Shiva X, Double Dutch, G13, Purple Haze, NYC Diesel, White Rhino, Trainwreck, OG Kush, Orange Bud, Northern Lights x Big Bud, Northern Lights x Haze, Gorilla Grape, Raspberry Kush,
AIDS / HIV Blueberry, OG Kush, Casey Jones, Purple Haze, Maui, Triple Diesel, Snoop's Church, Blue Dragon, Blue Haze,
Alzheimer's 4-Way (aka four way), 303, Acapulco Gold, Optimus Prime, Northern Lights x Haze, Y2K, Willie Nelson, Pure Power Plant (PPP), Panama Red, Gorilla Grape, Eldorado,
Anorexia Orange Crush, Orange Kush, OG 18, Oasis, Northern Lights, Papaya (aka Mango), XXXtra Skunk, Ozzy, Raspberry Kush,
Anxiety Northern Lights, Purple Kush, Cherry Kola, Orange Kush, C2, Big Cheese, Master Kush, Kashmir, Blue Dream, Maui Waui,
Arthritis OG Kush, Blue Dragon, Jack the Ripper, White Diesel, Lemon Skunk, The Black, Afghan,
Asthma 15% THC or better recommended. Orange Crush, Cali Gold, Belladonna, Master Kush, Sour Diesel, Big Cheese, Casey Jones, Jacks Cleaner, Kush, Blue Dragon, Big Cheese, Master Kush, Vortex, Gorilla Grape,
ASD /
Asperger's Syndrome
See Autism below.
Autism High sativa content strains are recommended; LA Confidential is one to try. Blue Haze,
Bipolar Disorder 20% Sativa - 80% Indica hybrids. 4-Way, Blackberry Kush, Dutch Treat, Skunk #1, Lemon Skunk, Pakalolo, Eldorado, Raspberry Kush,
Brain Damage Banana OG, Cannatonic, Panama Red, Kali Mist, Aurora Indica,
Cancers Please see here. Phoenix Tears (oil), Also investigate Joshua Stanley and the Stanley brothers. Blue Dragon,
Cerebral Palsy Tessa, Death Star, Blackberry Kush, Cali Gold, Purple Urkle,
Chronic Pain Indica hybrids (Indica x Sativa) for pain symptoms. Grand Daddy Purple, God's Gift, Cali Hash Plant, C2, OG Kush, Master Kush, Vortex, Pineapple Express, Kashmir, Maui Waui, Sour Diesel, Blue Cheese, Northern Lights/Haze, Afghan, Shiva,
COPD Indica dominant hybrids.
Crohns Disease OG Kush, Blue Dragon, Purple Pheno, Ultimate Trainwreck,
Diabetes Jack Herer, Sour Diesel, Hemp Oil, Gorilla Grape, Five-O,
Depression Blue Dragon, Big Cheese, Vortex, Lemon Diesel, Pineapple Express, Blue Cheese, Kashmir, AK-47, Blue Dream, Cherry Cough Syrup, Maui Waui, Tangerine Dream, God's Gift, Grand Daddy Purple, Y2K, Willie Nelson,
Epilepsy Master Kush, OG Kush, Pure Power Plant (PPP), Blue Dragon, Shaman, Eldorado,
Fibromyalgia OG Kush, Master Kush, Blue Dragon,
Gastrointestinal OG Kush, Master Kush, Blue Dragon, Willie Nelson, God Bud, Shoreline,
Glaucoma Cherry Kola, Maui Waui, Willie D, Zombie Virus, Remus,
Heartburn See Gastrointestinal
Indigestion See Gastrointestinal
Inflammation See Arthritis
Insomnia Blue Cheese, Cherry Kola, Cali Hash Plant, Orange Kush, Big Cheese, Master Kush, Chem Dog, Kashmir, AK-47, God's Gift, Sour Diesel, NYC Diesel, God Bud,
Leukemia Visit phoenixtears.ca for cannabis oil knowledge. Also investigate Joshua Stanley and the Stanley brothers.
Loss of Appetite Northern Lights, Blue Cheese, OG Kush, Orange Crush, Big Cheese, Master Kush, AK-47, Tangerine Dream,
Menstrual Lemon Diesel,
Migraine Headaches Critical Mass and XJ-13 (Indica dominant or 100% pure Indica), Purple Kush, Big Bud, Blue Dragon, Kush, Master Kush, AK-47, Grand Daddy Purple, Wonder Woman,
Multiple Sclerosis Master Kush, OG Kush, Cherry Cough Syrup, Northern Pride, Northern Lights x Shiva, Wonderberry, Willie Nelson, Pure Power Plant (PPP), Purple Haze, Ozzy, Five-O, Raspberry Kush,
Muscle Spasms OG Kush, AK-47, Mater Kush, Hindu Kush, Hollands Hope, Gorilla Grape, Sensi Star,
Nausea Sour Diesel, Big Bud, OG Kush, Blue Dragon, Orange Crush, Cherry Cough Syrup, Pure Kush, Remus,
OCD - Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Kush Wreck, Kia Kush, Kahuna, Himalayan Gold, Great White Shark, Shoreline, Shiva Skunk, Silver Afghani,
Pain Sour Diesel, C2, OG Kush, Kush, Pineapple Express, Kashmir, Maui Waui, Grand Daddy Purple, Zombie Virus, Shiva,  Also see Chronic Pain.
Parkinson's Disease 303, Pure Power Plant (PPP), Purple Dragon (Apalala), Super Haze, Eldorado,
PTSD Start here. Master Kush, OG Kush, Blue Dragon,
Recurring Polio Sativa hybrids, (Sativa x Indica), (60:40) for all other symptoms. 
Relaxation Big Cheese, Orange Crush, Master Kush,
Rheumatism See Arthritis
RLS - Restless Leg Syndrome Power Kush,
Scoliosis See Chronic Pain
Skin Cancers See here. Phoenix Tears (Oil), Also investigate Joshua Stanley and the Stanley brothers.
Stress Northern Lights, Cherry Kola, Big Bud, Orange Crush, Big Cheese, AK-47, God's Gift, Zombie Virus, Wonder Woman, Afghan, Power Kush, Ozzy,
Tourette's Island Bud, Jack Flash, Isis, Honeymoon, Hells Angel,  Gorilla Grape, Grenadine, Green Devil, Grapefruit Haze, Grapefruit Kush, Shiva,





 
 
 
 
 
This is in no way a complete list. If you do not see your ailment please do an Internet search for your particular illness. New strains are becoming available all the time for specific ailments, illnesses and cancers, etc. We will periodically update these tables as more information and testing are made available. If a strain is not exactly what you needed, please reference the Traits of the strain to get an idea of what strain types you should grow for your specific ailment.







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Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty, or give me death!

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RETURN TO: Sensible Florida, Inc. PO Box 25850 Tamarac, FL 33320  


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The Florida Cannabis Act (#16-02, formerly #15-19) may appear on the ballot in Florida as an initiated constitutional amendment on November 6, 2018. The amendment was not put on the ballot in Florida as an initiated constitutional amendment during the election on November 8, 2016.[1]

The amendment would legalize possession of up to one ounce of marijuana by residents at least 21 years old. Residents would also be allowed to cultivate up to six plants per household, but only three or fewer plants could be mature or flowering. The plants would need to be grown in “an enclosed, locked space,” and users would not be permitted to sell the plants they grow.

Under the amendment, marijuana would be treated like alcohol—it would be prohibited for residents under 21 years of age, consumers would need to show proof of age before purchasing marijuana from retail facilities and it would be illegal for anyone to drive while impaired or under the influence of marijuana. The amendment also outlines regulations for marijuana cultivation, retail marijuana sales, and manufacturing marijuana products.[1]

Although this marijuana legalization initiative did not qualify for the ballot in 2016, Amendment 2, a medical marijuana legalization measure, was put on the ballot. For more information about Amendment 2, click here.




 

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It started, naturally, with a group of friends smoking a joint. Steve Berke, a graduate of Yale University, was temporarily living in an old church in Denver, Colorado. His estate agent parents had bought the 113-year-old building with the plan to turn it into flats. He and Lee Molloy, as well as a few friends, had just moved from Miami to capitalise on Colorado’s lucrative marijuana market. But then, in the words of Lee: “We started having these stupid, fantastical conversations. What if we kept it as a church?” So Steve convinced his parents to give him the building and, nine months later, on 20 April 2016 – 4/20, as it’s known in the United States, the unofficial pothead’s holiday (because it’s 4.20pm somewhere, right?) – the International Church of Cannabis opened its doors with its own chapel, theology and video game arcade.

 






 




 
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#1  Sticky Note http://investorshub.advfn.com/CAPTAINSCOTTYS-CANNABIS-COALITION-31504/ captainscotty 11/11/16 07:19:45 AM
#794   $SNMN 0068's on deck! TURCH 09/22/17 02:02:06 PM
#793   $SNMN resuming its run to copper Imo Regards TURCH 09/22/17 10:31:42 AM
#792   #RSII: CANNABIS MANIA Taking hold...:-) captainscotty 09/20/17 03:58:36 PM
#791   $RSII, Vol hitting Regards TURCH 09/20/17 03:49:29 PM
#790   The Joe Rogan Experience #911 - Alex Jones captainscotty 09/20/17 01:57:29 PM
#789   No sir , trees & debris every where bears3434 09/20/17 12:38:54 PM
#788   Hey Bears...:-} Clean up done? captainscotty 09/20/17 12:34:15 PM
#787   Very nice money making list my friend !!! bears3434 09/20/17 08:30:21 AM
#786   NEWS: SWEET SIXTEEN 2018...:-} captainscotty 09/20/17 07:34:15 AM
#785   #FUTL: Under $10K... captainscotty 09/19/17 02:12:47 PM
#784   http://www.futurelandcorp.com/ captainscotty 09/19/17 02:12:09 PM
#783   What is considered small? I only got 200K. pokerpunk 09/19/17 01:46:31 PM
#782   https://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/FUTL/profile captainscotty 09/19/17 01:09:38 PM
#781   #FUTL: Took a small position at 0.0017 today...:-] captainscotty 09/19/17 01:00:59 PM
#780   You think it will tank after that 8K? pokerpunk 09/19/17 08:17:51 AM
#779   US Cannabis Coalition Founder Gives Impassioned Speech In LA..... captainscotty 09/19/17 05:43:47 AM
#778   #FUTL: Looking for 0.0016 ...Maybe on tuesday... Just captainscotty 09/18/17 06:28:16 PM
#777   MJ R/M JackAskSlap 09/18/17 05:29:56 PM
#776   You think FUTL hit the bottom today? I pokerpunk 09/18/17 05:24:09 PM
#775   #AZFL: 0.0019 Buy Buy Buy..:-] Go Smart Money...:-] captainscotty 09/15/17 11:42:31 AM
#774   SOLD 26 GOOD CALL ON THE 19 Cpt. [SMART MONEY] 09/15/17 10:04:56 AM
#773   I think it has better potential than AZFL pokerpunk 09/15/17 09:43:26 AM
#772   #FUTL...500 mil. float,,,uummm 0.002 captainscotty 09/15/17 09:38:01 AM
#771   Have you looked into FUTL? I got in pokerpunk 09/15/17 08:46:41 AM
#770   #AZFL: Good call Poker...:-} Now lets see 0.0019 captainscotty 09/15/17 08:20:24 AM
#769   Spot on with that gap. Glad I sold pokerpunk 09/14/17 07:57:03 PM
#768   58'S hitting this ones gonna see copper Imo TURCH 09/14/17 10:01:01 AM
#767   #INMG: Get the 0.012's captainscotty 09/13/17 02:20:11 PM
#766   $sNMN 44's up TURCH 09/13/17 11:30:46 AM
#765   $32's! TURCH 09/13/17 10:19:21 AM
#764   $SNMN 27's!!!!!! TURCH 09/13/17 09:35:48 AM
#763   $SNMN 22's up TURCH 09/12/17 12:44:41 PM
#762   Captain, check out FUTL, jumped in at .0028. pokerpunk 09/12/17 12:13:39 PM
#761   $SNMN 2's up, from .0014, great SS TURCH 09/11/17 12:56:46 PM
#760   #AZFL: Looks like We may have another captainscotty 09/10/17 02:33:09 PM
#759   You jumping in AZFL? pokerpunk 09/10/17 10:30:11 AM
#758   Thanks Turch... captainscotty 09/08/17 11:42:24 AM
#757   Hang in there bud! TURCH 09/08/17 11:36:23 AM
#756   Batten the Hatches...Good Luck Bears... captainscotty 09/08/17 08:59:53 AM
#755   $SNMN reminder to keep it on watch news TURCH 09/07/17 12:01:41 PM
#754   Batten the Hatches Cappy !! Gonna be A bears3434 09/07/17 09:48:52 AM
#753   We are having a Hurricaine party on Sunday...:-) captainscotty 09/06/17 08:48:39 PM
#752   I lived in Key West from 02-06 all pokerpunk 09/06/17 08:44:56 PM
#751   Hey Bears... Lots of candles and Wiskey... captainscotty 09/06/17 08:41:45 PM
#750   I'm on the 10th floor here ..FORT MYERS bears3434 09/06/17 08:40:23 PM
#749   Hey poker... Looks like that Canadian low coming captainscotty 09/06/17 08:36:26 PM
#748   Meant to keep typing, anyway, I was there pokerpunk 09/06/17 06:37:52 AM
#747   Stay safe! I used to live the Keys, pokerpunk 09/06/17 06:36:53 AM
#746   Hey G. Willow... #INMG will be fine.. Has captainscotty 09/06/17 05:48:03 AM
#745   Good call on INMG, Captain! Hopefully you greenwillow 09/05/17 04:21:58 PM
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