J.D. Penny Wednesday, 05/01/19 01:59:12 PM Re: Liquid_Bull post# 1227 Post # of 1316 The most important thing to understand is that the shares used to buy Canna Farms are already part of the float and being held in escrow. It makes no business sense to value those shares at the time of the deal at $1.20 for Canna Farms former ownership to sell at .60-.70. If they do sell below $1.20 and Vivo or any investor is buying those released shares at current prices then investors and Vivo are getting Canna Farms at a discount. The only negative I see here is short term that Canna Farms is liquidating their shares immediately after they are released from escrow and not being smart about it. Why would anyone take 50 cents on the dollar 6 months after the deal was executed?? here's the difference: 15416666 shares at .60 = $9,250,000 15416666 shares at 1.20= $18,500,00 if pps stays at .60 we end up getting canna farms for $46,250,000 plus the cash at execution instead of $92,500,000 plus the cash. Anything under 1.20 pps is a discount. Canna farms deal $92,500.000 / 1.20pps = 77,083,333 shares 77,083,333 / 5 distributions over 30 months = 15,416,666 shares released every 6 months 4 more payments are due unless one distribution was made at execution in which case 3 more payments are due. The real question we should be asking is if Canna Farms is selling or holding...common sense says no but it would explain the dip and I'm okay with that theory bc Vivo/Investors are buying them cheaper.