USMJ Accumulation Trend Building Toward News Triggered PPS POP

New York, NY – July 22, 2016 – Wall Street Corner Report highlighted today a building accumulation trend in the stock of North American Cannabis Holdings, Inc. (USMJ).  Recent trading performance appears to indicate a building opportunity for a news trigger PPS Pop.

USMJ has historically, over the last year, been a high volume trader.  The PPS trend has been down - bottoming out at $0.0001.  The Company continues to make substantial strides in the execution of its cannabis sector business plan.  The trading volume, while still high, is down from its previous peeks.  A chart analysis shows that buyers have been accumulating stock at the $0.0001 price.  The slowing volume and accumulation trend appear to indicate reduced liquidation from convertible notes.  In fact, the size of the offer has been going down and even flirting with an uptick to $0.0002.

Recent updates from the Company indicate a number of potential milestone events are in the works.  Reduced stock sales from convertible debt combined with the accumulation trend are ripe conditions to support a potentially dramatic PPS increase triggered by the announcement of a milestone event.

The wtd avg PPS is $0.0008.  An immediate pop back to the wtd avg PPS would not be an overwhelming surprise.


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Jack Taylor