Over the past week, the top four hemp and marijuana stock companies (Hemp, Inc. ( HEMP), GrowLife, Inc. ( PHOT), GreenGro, and Medical Marijuana, Inc.) otherwise known as the "Fabulous Four" have seen significant growth. The Fabulous Four currently represents what stock market analysts call a classic bull market, whereby stock prices as a whole move upward for a prolonged period of time. The rate at which those gains occur can vary widely from bull market to bull market. The duration of a bull market, the severity of the falling market that follows, and the time that elapses until the next upturn are also different each time. However, according to Perlowin, this is the beginning of a long-term solid upward trend, as the odds are "in our favor."
, GrowLife's CEO said, "Our industry sector is experiencing a very strong tail wind from much more favorable public perceptions and the fast pace of regulation reform." Scott went on to explain that, "Expansion and growth are very strong trends today. We think this is because the scale of the opportunity for GrowLife (OTC: PHOT) and other Medical Marijuana centric public companies is increasing geometrically. Fund investors and retail investors alike are becoming very interested in our stock and they do not want to be left behind and miss out on solid long term investment opportunities."
Michelle Sides, Esq.
of Medical Marijuana, Inc. said, "As the oldest medical marijuana publicly traded company in America, the last 30 days clearly indicate that our industry is moving into hyper drive, attracting investors at an unprecedented rate, up to this point. The entire Fabulous Four hemp and medical marijuana stocks are experiencing the same thing, reminiscent of a dot.com explosion. They are all banking on the future and the future is just now coming to the forefront in mainstream America everywhere. Our stock skyrocketed from
, CEO of GreenGro Technologies said, "As our industry continues to mature and evolve we are seeing a shift from a wild-west mentality to companies in this industry focusing on solid business fundamentals and long term growth. The top echelon of this nascent industry are delivering extraordinary returns for investors and generating real revenues and profits now, and are positioned well for future growth."
Perlowin also owns stock in the other 3 companies (GrowLife, Inc. (
), GreenGro Technologies, Medical Marijuana, Inc.) and is negotiating to showcase and demonstrate the effectiveness of the advanced growing technologies on his Kin's Domain project in
Dolan Springs, Arizona
). This back-to-the-land sustainable movement is where some of Hemp, Inc.'s hemp products are manufactured. Perlowin states, "Hemp, Inc., GrowLife, Inc., GreenGro Technologies, and Medical Marijuana Inc. are the four fastest growing industrial hemp and medical marijuana stocks in the industry so it's only natural that we all work together in a synergistic economic relationship. Perlown further stated, "Whenever anyone asks me where I should invest in this industry, I always point to the Fabulous Four. Spreading your investment portfolio is always a wise decision and it's human nature to do that anyways. I'm in support of the entire industry, not just my own company (Hemp, Inc. (OTC: HEMP)."
is an interesting character. His journey reminds me of the 'Catch Me If You Can' movie. Bruce grew up at the beginning of this industry as a teenager in
, which at the time became the largest import center for marijuana, in the 60's hippie days. Bruce then moved to
and pioneered a new smuggling route from the west coast of
to the west coast of
and under the Golden Gate Bridge. The media dubbed him 'The King of Pot' and he was featured on the most watched documentary in CNBC history (
Marijuana, Inc.: Inside America's Pot Industry
) where 34 million viewers watched it the first time it aired. Four years later, it's still airing on a regular basis and Bruce has become somewhat of an icon in this industry, one of the most recognizable and respected personalities in this sector today, reminiscent of the movie 'Catch Me If You Can.'"
Tobias continued, "The story of his heyday as a marijuana smuggler has been retold in the book 'The Golden Gate Smuggling Company - A San Francisco Marijuana Empire' by
and a second book is now in the final editing stages. He's a brilliant entrepreneur and visionary. There are very few people today with the breadth of knowledge of every aspect of this newly emerging billion dollar mainstream industry. A major motion picture on his life as 'The King of Pot' is now moving into high gear concurrent with the industry. A major motion picture would certainly bring massive market awareness to what
, the CEO of Hemp, Inc. is doing today." (
The analogy to the movie Catch Me If You Can fits Perlowin perfectly. His background and in-depth knowledge of the industry, spanning over 4 decades, gives Perlowin insight on the industry and the uncanny ability to provide necessary solutions. He is considered the go-to person in the industry. But for Perlowin, it's not only about the stocks. He has proved to be quite the philanthropist.