NetworkNewsBreaks – ChineseInvestors.com Inc. (CIIX) Unifies Domestic Products with New opt Brand

ChineseInvestors.com (OTCQB: CIIX), a premier provider of financial news and education for the Chinese-speaking community, recently revealed its new ‘opt’ brand, which features two lines — opt Hemp and opt2mist — and connects its domestic hemp-infused consumer products. A recent article discussing the company reads, “The company’s opt2mist is a spray-vitamin line of products in development that will also include full-spectrum, hemp-derived CBD-infused formulas. . . . In a news release, CIIX CEO Warren Wang stated, ‘The unification of our domestic consumer products under the opt brand is a step in the right direction to building optimal brand recognition as we continue to roll out our new industrial, hemp-infused CBD products and other health and wellness products, such as the opt2mist sprays, throughout 2019 and beyond.’”

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Founded in 1999, ChineseInvestors.com endeavors to be an innovative company providing: (a) real-time market commentary, analysis and educational-related services in Chinese language character sets (traditional and simplified); (b) advertising and public relations-related support services; and (c) retail, online and direct sales of hemp-based products and other health-related products. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.ChineseInvestors.com.

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