Marijuana related penny stocks continued their kidnapping of the OTC Markets on Wednesday with Creative Edge Nutrition, Inc. (FITX) and GrowLife, Inc. (PHOT) leading the charge of actively traded tickers. The euphoria of attaching weed to a ticker which hasn’t had much luck has become the norm these days, revitalizing interest in what would have just been a continued decline on the charts. Needless to say, one need not be a mathematician to notice that FastFunds Financial Corp. (FFFC) and their creation of a new subsidiary, Cannabis Angel Inc., was one such resurrection which VIP members of AimHighProfits were able to spank over 300% gains on FFFC stock during the trading session.
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FFFC Stock Quote
Market Cap: 397.88K
Last: 0.0006 ▲ +0.0004 (+200.00%)
Dollar Volume: $1,136,421
Issued and Outstanding: 663,128,222
Asher Enterprises: 66,246,509
14-Day Rel Strength: 72.25%
1st Resistance Point: 0.0009
1st Support Level: 0.0002
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Although AimHigProfits has been one of the pioneers of the “buy marijuana related stocks” since our inception nearly 2 years ago, today’s pre-market alert to our VIP members to grab shares of FFFC stock was a bit unorthodox. FastFunds Financial hit our radar screens months ago when they were riding the coat tails of Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac (FMCC) when the Company decided to offer financial assistance to those who have been foreclosed-upon, in a lawsuit, divorced or filed bankruptcy when looking to get a mortgage.
Since offering their hand in help, FFFC stock had been as useful as pre-wiped toilet paper in a jiffy john at a Motley Crue reunion concert. Shares of FFFC stock rose from 0.005 to as high as 0.015 after our initial coverage in May, 2013, and then began to allow for a typical “Asher Enterprises loaned us money for shares” type of decline, down all the way to 0.0001 while trying to push their PR as Hispanic focused clients to be targeted.
The weird thing was that FastFunds Financial was actually booking revenues, $23,369 and $27,088 for the 9 months ended September 30, 2013 and September 30, 2012, respectively. Due to this anomaly, some traders were bagged into FFFC stock due to their over optimism of the mortgage lender that today’s PR issuance of riding the weed wave came to them a a godsend.
FastFunds Financial announced pr-market that they were creating a new subsidiary, Cannabis Angel Inc., in order to provide angel funding, business development and consulting services to Cannabis related projects and ancillary ventures. The news was exactly what every shareholder of FFFC stock needed – a way out.
For the first few minutes of trading, FFFC stock could be scooped up by the millions as low as 0.0002. Basically, a $250 buy got you around 1.25 million shares of FFFC stock which, within an few hours, was worth over $1,000. Although it wasn’t gonna pay the mortgage, the alert VIP members got was sufficient enough to help find that perfect recliner to be able to enjoy watching the Broncos v. Seahawks matchup in 10 days time.
About FFFC Stock
FastFunds Financial Corporation is a holding company currently operating in the financial services industry segment with a single credit card services portfolio as well as their wholly-owned subsidiary, Net Life Financial Holdings, a development stage enterprise with unique financial products principally for the mortgage industry.
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Asher Enterprises, a well known penny stock killer via note payable conversions, surely had their hand in designing the direction the FFFC stock chart has been plotting over the last 9 months. The volume of FFFC was so absurd that believing there are only 663 million shares issued and outstanding as trustworthy as their ability to profitably fund any Cannabis Angel projects that have a true impact on their bottom line. Smoke ”em if you got ’em.
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