The marijuana industry is growing like a weed, and marijuana stock investors can't help but take notice. According to a recent report from Marijuana Business Daily entitled "Marijuana Business Factbook 2017," U.S. legal marijuana
With marijuana stocks seemingly making new highs on a daily basis, many are questioning whether or not many of them are overvalued. But M Partners analyst Mason Brown says that while it may seem intimidating to step in many …
Update: In early January 2014, new laws regarding the legalization of marijuana for medical and recreational purposes went into effect in a number of states. At the same time, media coverage of the issue increased, as did investor interest …
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The Hydroponics Company (THC) is the latest company to capitalise on the legalisation of medicinal cannabis in Australia, known as the ‘pot stock’ boom, and will begin trading on the ASX next month. THC, headquartered in …
This article originally appeared on the Motley Fool. It remains to be seen what Attorney General Jeff Sessions will or …
Is there a bubble in marijuana stocks? Many investors seem to think so. The amount of money betting against Canada’s largest medical marijuana producer, Canopy Growth, exploded in the first two weeks of November, according to TSX …
It’s news that might stun those who were young and restless during the 1960s, perhaps. New Frontier Data, and Viridian Capital Advisors — which provide marketing intelligence and investment advice to the emerging “cannabis industry” — …
The green market is headed for the stock market. Although dispensary businesses are having trouble securing financial services — because marijuana is still illegal at the federal level — several pot-related Colorado companies are either …
Toronto-based TMX Group Ltd. is "engaged" with the Canadian Securities Administrators regarding the clearing of securities of issuers with marijuana-related activities in the United States, the stock exchange operator said …
There’s an increasing tendency among publicly traded cannabis companies: making acquisitions using only or mostly …