TOTALLY HEMP CRAZY (OTCMKTS:THCZ) once again caught the attention of investors after announcing its celebration plans of World Cannabis Week (4/20). On the occasion, the company promised ‘Twelve (12) Hour Sale’ of its much publicized Rocky Mountain High Hemp-infused beverage, which are available on Amazon.com. The company will sell its hemp-based Lemonade and Ice Tea beverage products at $27.99 for every 12-pack that will be shipped and delivered directly to the Amazon’s customers.
The good points
Clearly, TOTALLY HEMP CRAZY (OTCMKTS:THCZ) did not want to miss the opportunity that come from 4/20 Cannabis Week, which has become a significant day for various companies to showcase their marijuana products. The company’s Founder Jerry Grisaffi fully utilized the opportunity of introducing the products and their uniqueness to the potential customers during the Cannabis Week.
The company’s confidence for its products has offset the negative apprehensions surrounding its stock to a large extent. TOTALLY HEMP CRAZY (OTCMKTS:THCZ) came under pressure recently when OTC Markets.com had flagged the company with Caveat Emptor, alerting investors to adopt caution before taking a position in the stock.
The bad points
Since then, the company has tried various measures to calm down the nerving investors, and the efforts are showing positively in the change in sentiments of the investors. However, TOTALLY HEMP CRAZY (OTCMKTS:THCZ) is still left with the task to explain its not so inspiring financial position. As per the most recent report, the company held $523,000 in cash and $724,000 in current assets. The current liabilities of the company were reported at $1.2 million while its quarterly revenue was accounted at $68,000. Its net loss for the reported quarter came in at $345,000, which puts a question mark on the company’s ambitious statements.
Nevertheless, TOTALLY HEMP CRAZY (OTCMKTS:THCZ) is successfully keeping the investors tuned to the good things. The stock price of the company closed 12% higher at $0.261 as nearly 24 million shares exchanged hands during the previous session.