The vast majority of articles on investing in pot stocks are shallow opinion pieces often promoting the stock of the day. Not so with the following Cannabis Central articles written by Lorimer Wilson, the editor of munKNEE.com – Your Key To Making Money! His articles have sliced and diced the marijuana sector to inform potential investors of the various ways to invest in this burgeoning market like no other true analyst of this category.
Read his articles and you will be more informed than anyone else and have the knowledge to invest profitably in this relatively new sector. In fact, many of the following articles should be shared with your financial advisor/investment consultant/portfolio manager as they could certainly benefit from these insightful articles.
Wilson will be adding to the list below on a weekly basis so please come back for more such articles.
Not all marijuana ETFs perform equally well given their constituents and below is the performance of each in August ranked from best (-3.5%) to worst (-16.0%).
While marijuana cultivation is legal at the state level in 33 American states, it remains federally illegal, making it impossible for U.S. companies to have their securities listed on any U.S. stock exchange. That being the case, many U.S. based companies in the cannabis business (referred to as multi-state operators or MSOs) have embraced the recent opportunity to list their stocks on the NEO stock exchange to take advantage of full capital markets support. This article highlights 2 ETFs that provide exposure to this burgeoning market and the rationale for investing in them.
Should investors invest in one of the marijuana ETFs? Before doing so one needs to do their homework and this article, unlike any other article you have read on the subject, does just that. This article identifies all the marijuana ETFs currently available and outlines the many differences between them with answers to the following questions:
OTC Markets Group’s OTCQX Cannabis Index tracks 30 marijuana stocks providing an ideal way to track the pulse of the market.
Purpose Marijuana Opportunities Fund ETF (NEO:MJJ) is Canada’s first actively managed cannabis fund, designed to help investors grow their portfolios by tapping into the burgeoning global cannabis industry.
The AdvisorShares Pure Cannabis ETF debuted this past May as an actively “pure” fund of 28 constituents. Just how pure are the constituents?
Interested in investing in cannabis (or, at least, cannabis-related) stocks but don’t know where to place your hard earned dollars? Well, this article gives you insight into the “pot” stock/ETF universe unlike any other article that has been written on the subject. Read on.
This post provides a link to a list of every cannabis company (313 in total) currently trading on a North American stock exchange.
When energy drinks became all the rage a few years ago unknown companies like Red Bull and Monster reached the top echelon of beverage companies practically overnight. History is likely to repeat itself with a new beverage sector – cannabis-infused drinks. Which companies have the potential to become the next “monster” of the rapidly emerging cannabis beverage market? Read on!
The knock on stocks in the marijuana sector is their high volatility but here are some marijuana stocks (non-bio/pharma) with betas less than 2.
43% of the 135 medical & recreational marijuana/cannabis “pot’ stocks trade on Canada’s TSE, TSXV, CSE and NEO exchanges for at least $1/share but only 16 of them trade above $5/share. This article identifies them and provides pertinent data and links to their web sites.
US-based cannabis sales are projected to reach US$75 billion in 2030 which will outpace the US$60B in wine sales of the $60 billion and almost match the US$77B in cigarette sales. This explosion in the cannabis market has caught the attention of big name brands hailing from other markets who can benefit from the integration of cannabis-based business. This article identifies 9 major consumer and pharmaceutical corporations who have bought into marijuana companies to take full advantage of this rapidly growing market.
The cannabis market has continued to be a highlight for numerous catalysts as companies announce acquisitions, financings, and partnerships and this article provides a recap of corporate activities in the cannabis industry over the past month:
Given all the interest in “pot” stocks and ETFs these days one would think that the cannabis sector was setting the world on fire but the truth of the matter is that the performance of almost 100% of the 135+ “pot” stocks & ETFs out there that I follow are way down this month – way down – except this 1 stock. This article identifies that stock and provides a solid reason why that is the case.
Investors should take a close look at all relevant data points before making any decisions, especially in a higher-risk environment such as the emerging marijuana industry. Choosing lower-risk stocks which allow for some indirect exposure to the industry, such as the ones above, could be an opportune move for investors, especially for those that desire dividend income from their stock holdings.
These 8 stocks, by the fact that they are listed on major stock exchanges in both Canada and the U.S., are well placed to attract major institutional attention and the potential for major price appreciation as more investors get on board. It might serve new investors well to seriously consider these stocks instead of venturing into the much more volatile juniors in the space.
Europe’s population dwarfs that of both Canada and the U.S combined and it is predicted that over the next 5 years the CBD industry will grow more than 400% through 2023 in Europe (source) that will make it the largest legal cannabis market in the world. This is a great opportunity for companies to enter and expand through Europe with far less competition than we’re seeing in the U.S. and Canada.
Quarterly Financial Reports
Canopy Growth announced its Q1 financial results yesterday & the market did not take kindly to what it reported as the stock dropped almost 20% today.
Shares of Tilray, Inc. (Nasdaq: TLRY) – a US$3.8B cannabis company – dropped 15% on Wednesday after reporting a net loss of US$35.1M for the second quarter ended June 30, 2019 despite producing revenue of US$45.9M and continues to fall further today.
Charlotte’s Web Holdings, Inc. stock is under pressure today in light of Q2 earnings which reported a lower than estimated revenue and profit for the second quarter. Profits for the period stood at $2.2 million, which reflected a significant drop from the $3.7 million that the company generated in the second quarter last year.
Trulieve Cannabis Corp. (CSE:TRUL; OTCQX:TCNNF) announced its financial results for the second quarter of 2019 ended June 30, 2019 this past Wednesday after the markets closed. Financial Highlights (All the financial information provided below is reported in U.S. dollars, unless otherwise indicated and all comparable figures are for the previous (Q1) quarter unless otherwise indicated.) Revenue increased by 250% on a …
Harvest Health & Recreation, Inc. (CSE: HARV, OTCQX: HRVSF), vertically-integrated cannabis company involved in the cultivation and processing of cannabis, and the operation of retail dispensaries in the U.S., reported its Q2 & FY2019 financial results this week that are worth noting.
This Q2 financial report substantiates the CEO’s comments above suggesting that MediPharm Labs may well continue its impressive performance on all fronts for the foreseeable future.
Aurora Cannabis Inc. (NYSE: ACB; TSX: ACB) yesterday announced its financial and operational results for the fourth quarter and fiscal year ended June 30, 2019.
This post presents a timeline of the growth in the number of states legalizing cannabis since California first did back in 1996 to 2019 when 75% of states had some sort of legalization or decriminalization.
They say if you do what you love, then the money will follow. In the multi-billion dollar cannabis business, that has certainly proved true for those who have been passionate about the plant for decades — otherwise known as craft growers. Today’s infographic from Pasha Brands dives into the huge consumer demand for craft products, and why investors should pay attention to …