Joel Schneider, CEO of The MaryJane Group The company quit filing with the SEC last March and is delinquent in issuing its annual filing for the year ending 4/30/16 as well as the the following two quarters. Schneider stated that his company has delisted, but this is not true, as the company continues to trade on the OTC Pink Sheets. Our call to the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) confirmed that the stock has not been delisted. The publicity of the interview seems to have sparked interest in the stock, which saw a big increase in volume, with 142mm shares trading, as it moved to the highest level in more than a month: We emailed the company in order to find out why it isn’t filing with the SEC but received no response, and we called the corporate headquarters and each of the three properties only to get stuck in a loop of an automated marijuana call answering system earlier today. While Schneider painted a rosy picture as he called out annual revenues in excess of $1mm, investors should be cautious trading in the stock given the lack of compliance with the regulatory requirements of filing periodic updates. CNBC inadvertently pumped a worthless penny stock apparently. Listen to the interview or read “Weed entrepreneur brings in over $1 million a year running ‘bud and breakfast’ hotels”: http://www.cnbc.com/2017/01/18/weed-entrepreneur-bud-and-breakfast-hotels-let-you-smoke-marijuana.html Before this cannabis stock news is here, it’s published to subscribers on 420 Investor. Based in Houston, Alan leverages his experience as founder of online communities 420 Investor , the first and still largest due diligence platform focused on the publicly-traded stocks in the cannabis industry. With his extensive network in the cannabis community, Alan continues to find new ways to connect the industry and facilitate its sustainable growth. At New Cannabis Ventures , he is responsible for content development and strategic alliances.