Friday , 13 December 2019


Only These 45 Pot Stocks Generate US$7.5M+ In Sales per Quarter

Below is a list of those revenue producing cannabis stocks, based on the most recent financial filings, that generate industry sales of more than US$7.5 million per quarter. 45 companies currently qualify for inclusion, with 29 filing in U.S dollars and 16 in the Canadian currency.

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November Marijuana Market Performance Sliced & Diced

Every month I slice and dice the performance of 6 categories within the overall cannabis market to unveil the strengths and weaknesses of its components and November saw a dramatic spread in the returns of those categories ranging from +9.1% to -23.5% versus -11.6% in the overall marijuana market. That's a dramatic spread and one worth understanding if you are considering positioning yourself in this burgeoning market sector.

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Cannabis Central: Ignore the Hype, Ignore the Lies!

According to the CannabisInvestor.Ca most experts are supposedly in agreement that, after multiple failed bottoming attempts, the cannabis market is at its bottom. CannabisInvestor.Ca goes on to falsely claim that cannabis stocks roared back to life last week with many pot stocks posting 20% – 60% weekly gains. Unfortunately, however, that statement can not be supported by the facts and, as such, it is nothing more than totally misleading HYPE - a lie.

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Beware! Convertible Debenture Debt Situation With These 10 Cannabis Companies Is Dire

Many convertible debentures were issued in 2018 on two year terms by companies in the cannabis sector are about to come due with conversion prices for this debt far above current equity prices in many instances. As a result, the current environment has seen suppressed share prices as few large investors wish to get into high-risk investments. To highlight how dire the current situation is, we’ve compiled a list of several issuers below that are currently in precarious situations as a result of their current debt load and the likely inability to currently pay off the debt under current cash reserves.

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