Hemp Inc (OTCMKTS:HEMP) might be ready for a long term reversal as it closed at the end of the last trading session with a huge gain of 56.25%. The volume of the day was commensurate to the price at 17 million, many times higher than the daily average of 3.5 million, making it the most active session in the last 12 months. The stock has been in a huge bear market but the pattern formed was a Falling Wedge, signaling loss of bearish momentum. If the bulls can protect the gains, much more can be expected in the coming days.
Hemp Inc (OTCMKTS:HEMP) has released the Hemp Nation Magazine, its quarterly publication covering updates from 4Q2015.
As per the reports, the sixth “fall/holiday game changing edition” includes all the major hemp related news and industry advancements, which are likely to catch the eyeballs of industry experts. This issue primarily focuses on the surge of Hemp industry in America, and then its fall. People supporting hemp industry, all the advocates, and other hemp enthusiasts can catch a lot of quality information in this edition.
The primary objective of Hemp Inc. behind publishing the Hemp National Magazine is nothing but connect people from hemp industry in any way possible. The magazine highlights various Political, Banking, Industrial Growth, Distribution, Lifestyles, Medical and Legalization issues of this industry, which are otherwise very rare to find in any other online or offline publication.
According to Darlene Mea, Editor – Hemp Nation Magazine, no media platform provides enough information to public about Hemp industry. People deserve to know more than what they are communicated. By releasing Hemp Nation Magazine on a regular basis, Hemp Inc. wants to ensure that all the information that is supposed to reach to people reaches to them in full.
Hemp Inc. intends to transform Hemp Nation Magazine into the most sought-after and go-to resource for all the hemp advocates, supporters and others looking to know about Hemp industry.
Adding to Mea’s comments, magazine’s publisher Robert Herman said that Hemp Nation Magazine had been subscribed by 1000 users within first two months. Additionally, the magazine also features 15 advertisers, with many more are willing to come onboard. Mea and Herman continue to focus on inserting quality content and insight information about hemp industry so that people can know many hidden facts without any hassle.
The senior management team of the company, including CEO Bruce Perlowin, is delighted to witness this growth and hopes that the magazine will continue to attract new readers with the passage of time.