Saturday , 19 October 2019


Strategies

Cannabis Central: Which Of These 35 Companies Have the Lowest Cash Burn?

...We think the marijuana industry is closer to the end than the beginning of this selloff but, adding up the potential catalysts, both positive and negative, it looks like sentiment is still solidly in the selloff category for now. Overall, however, there is more than enough potential return if investors play it safe and own the stocks with a very good chance of weathering the storm. [To that end, this article looks at 35 companies, both American and Canadian, and identifies those that have] the lowest cash burn and the deepest discount to net assets.

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Cannabis Central: These Are the Industry’s 5 Cannabis-related Sectors

An investor won’t learn anything useful by comparing margins of a retailer to the margins of a consumer packaged goods company and, as such, it is imperative that companies within each of the 5 cannabis-related sectors in the industry have their relevant metrics compared directly with each other to provide competent analysis.

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The 10 Dogs-of-the-Dow Performance for 2019 vs. the 20 Non-Dogs

Below is an updated look at the total return performance of the 10 Dogs of the Dow for 2019 versus the 20 non-Dogs. #munKNEE/Money! …As shown above, the 10 Dogs are up 16.34% so far this year, which is 150 basis points less than the gain of 17.8% for the non-Dogs. Below is a look at total return performance for Dow …

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Cannabis Central: All You Need To Know About the “Pot” Stocks/ETFs Sector

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.

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The S&P 500, Dow & Nasdaq Indexes: What Are the Differences Between Each?

Do you know how to use the different stock indexes? The Dow, NASDAQ and S&P 500 indexes are 3 of the best measurements of trading activity and give investors a clear picture of the overall health of the economy. Each represents a different type of index, calculated and tracked in their own way, reporting real time movements of stock price and market capitalization. I created this infographic to demonstrate the unique features of these indexes and how they can help you along in investing.

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Don’t Be Misled: MAJOR Differences Exist Between HUI, XAU & other PM Indices (+7K Views)

The number, market cap and currencies of the constituents of the HUI, XAU, GDX, XGD and CDNX indices differ considerably from each other and, as such, each index presents a different picture of what is really happening in the precious metals marketplace. This article analyzes the make-up of each index to reveal the biases of each to arrive at the answer to the question in the title. Words: 1026

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