Let’s go over what I am thinking the documentary series will look like so you’ll have a better understanding of what all will go into this.
We are looking at doing a YouTube series versus DVD or Amazon Prime since my experience from my mob film* (which you can see on this page) was that very few people will pay to see content since there is so much content you can see for free. Even 99 cents is too much for many to pay these days!
On YouTube, you can monetize the shows for about the same rate as Prime. And yet, for whatever reason, many will not use Prime to view a show yet they will watch the same show on YouTube. No idea why! That’s just been my experience. (I’d love to get your ideas on why).
Anyway, if we look at what would have been a DVD with a run time of about 60 minutes as a “season,” this is what we have:
Return of Industrial Hemp to Wisconsin:
- The history of industrial hemp in Wisconsin
- The removal of hemp from Wisconsin agriculture
- The Return of industrial hemp to Wisconsin
- Economic impact
The Promise Medical Cannabis:
- Known treatments
- CBD oil as a cancer treatment
- Cannabis use in opioid addiction treatment
- Future possibilities
We will go out of the way to ensure that all who watch know that THEY NEED TO TALK TO THEIR DOCTOR!
Promise and Pitfalls:
- Economic boom in legal states
- Medical research
- Cannabis millionaires
- Penny stock frauds
- Quack cures
- Issues to overcome in banking
We’re hoping to get any type of fund drive going at the start of Hemp History Week, with pre-production completed in mid July 2018, and the shows going up on YouTube in August 2018.
I estimate that the cost of this production will be between $8,000 and $15,000.
Understanding how the project will make the money back is important, but that will be for another post.
Until next time.
*Note: The mob documentary may be sold soon. If so, it will only be available via Amazon Prime. Watch it for free while you can!
My the time you read this post my Mother will have or be close to passing, from this earth.
In the last moths, I have learned so much on Medicinal Marijuana to the lack of movement on Cannabis in Wisconsin, with Medicinal Marijuana being a focus due to my mother’s final illness, and how the use of this herb could have done so much to ease my mother’s pain and perhaps helping with my mother’s elder mental issues.
Yes, sadly we all will grow and will die, however to think that ANYONE should suffer as my mother has when Cannabis use could have done so much to ease her pain but can not be in this state.
Was my mother going to start a Meth lab, run Crack, or start a Heroin ring?
Please! This bullshit about Cannabis needs to end, my mother last illness has shown that I must be more active in my work in the Cannabis field.
To do this my best action will be to ramp up efforts here as a effort to educate others and take the field to cover and report events on the Cannabis area.
These events not only be local state and regional events but national ones.
More details to come soon.
May God receive my Mother into the gates of heaven
Note NOT INVESTMENT ADVICE Entertainment only
Recall I said part of the renewal be looking at Stocks on or about Hemp Penny Stocks that for fun I would, list them and talk about the why I thought they be good investments.
Then track them and report back, after all every day I read that Hemp is a gold mine and as I think this is true, more on the industrial hemp, then Pot lets see what my experiments bring out.
That is the point here is to have some fun.
Like to say that after cleaning my Office due to Project X and finding a good $60 in Lottery Tickets proving I do not understand Odd well, at least with this I have more fun and a far better chance to make money vs giving it to the State of Wisconsin.
Our First Stock is
Two Rivers Water & Farming Company.
http://www.2riverswater.com/ price per is .62
the Company from the Yahoo Finance web page : Two Rivers Water & Farming Company acquires and develops irrigated farmland and associated water rights in the Arkansas River Basin in southeastern Colorado. The company owns approximately 7,465 gross acres of irrigable farmland. It produces and markets fruit and vegetable crops on its irrigated farmland, and provides wholesale water distribution. The company was formerly known as Two Rivers Water Company and changed its name to Two Rivers Water & Farming Company in December 2012. Two Rivers Water & Farming Company was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Denver.
When you read the statistics they are still losing money, why I like the Stock is the idea that the company is into Water in a time that Water is a huge issue, they also doing Truck farming in a growing area, I also have hope that the Company is working with Hemp Farmers who also need Water and that this will pay off big over the next few months
Note: All Stock information ans story etc for entertainment only
NEVER invest money you can not afford to lose
First some terms: Penny Stocks
The term itself is a misnomer because there is no generally accepted definition of a penny stock. Some consider it to be any stock that trades for pennies or those that trade for under $5, while others consider any stock trading off of the major market exchanges as a penny stock. However, confusion can occur as there are some very large companies, based on market capitalization, that trade below $5 per share, while there are many very small companies that trade for $5 or more.
The typical penny stock is a very small company with highly illiquid and speculative shares. The company will also generally be subject to limited listing requirements along with fewer filing and regulatory standards.
A stock with a high degree of risk. A speculative stock may offer the possibility of substantial returns to compensate for its higher risk profile. Speculative stocks are favored by speculators and investors because of their high-reward, high-risk characteristics. Such stocks usually have a very low share price, and often trade on smaller exchanges like the OTC Markets in the U.S. or the TSX-Venture Exchange in Canada. A necessary condition for investing in speculative stocks is a high tolerance for risk. This means an investor in a speculative stock should be prepared for the possibility of losing the full amount invested if the stock price goes down to zero.
It is what it is right.
You know that one of my early frustrations was on the shilling of “investments” in Hemp, and what I saw as bad behavior of some not all I saw in the wide world of the internet on investment one could make in Hemp
One of the issues I had to think hard on when bringing back the Great Hemp Tour was all of this.
Interesting thing on this was there is nothing wrong with investing in companies, not at all be it investing in say IBM, a Tech Start up of some kind or an Industrial Hemp idea.
Do you research, check and recheck, make sure you do not invest more then you can afford to lose.
My Father did well for himself in his retirement planing by investing and in my thinking we can as well.
As I said on Twitter today, I plan to save the money I would spend on the Lottery aside til I get a nest egg to buy some Penny Stocks in Hemp, I will share what I plan to buy and why.
Be fun be entertaining and who knows I just might make a few bucks!