What Aphria’s Move From the NYSE to the NASDAQ Means for Stock Investors

In an unexpected move on Tuesday, one of Canada’s largest marijuana firms Aphria (TSX:APHA)(NYSE:APHA) announced that it is moving its U.S. stock listing from the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) to the Nasdaq Global Select Market effective on Monday, June 8. Aphria’s stock listing migration will take place soon after the firm closes its fiscal year 2020 financial books on…

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Is Aphria (TSX:APHA) the Best Canadian Cannabis Stock?

Investors looking for the most secure cannabis investments for long-term upside have a few strong picks right now. Perhaps one of the strongest is Aphria (TSX:APHA)(NYSE:APHA). This name sports an appealing mix of qualities from a reassuring cash runway, upward momentum, and a strong recent performance. From its last quarterly report to its outlook, here’s what cannabis investors need to…

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Which Canadian Cannabis Stocks Are the Most Market Crash-Proof?

No business is truly crash-proof. However, there is one quality that can predict which TSX cannabis stocks are most resilient to market forces. This single, overriding quality is cash-richness. But which Canadian cannabis stocks are the most cash-rich? Let’s take a look at four big names to add to a watch list of Canadian marijuana producers. Go big, but take…

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Aphria (TSX:APHA): 4 Takeaways From Latest Q3 2020 Earnings

Marijuana firm Aphria’s (TSX:APHA)(NYSE:APHA) stock price surged in early trading on Wednesday. The cause was the release of its latest earnings results for its fiscal third-quarter 2020, which ended in February. Aphria was one of the most closely watched cannabis stocks in April for its potential to deliver strong financial results, and it did just that. Quarterly revenue at $144.4…

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Should Canadians Buy Aphria (TSX:APHA) Stock Today?

The coronavirus market crash is far from over yet. Non-essential sectors now face even brisker headwinds than previously was the case. This is especially the case in an overcrowded and unsettled space like cannabis. The move by the Ontario government to strike the sector from the “essentials” list was disheartening. But for some pot stocks, it could even have proved…

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3 Top Marijuana Stocks to Watch in April

Investors in top Canadian marijuana stocks have much to look forward to during April. Some top cannabis producers are scheduled to report this month, and one industry is rushing against time to avoid defaulting on updated loan covenants. Let’s have a quick look at which top marijuana stocks to closely watch this month. A well-placed Aphria Top marijuana firm Aphria…

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3 Reasons Aphria (TSX:APHA) Could Beat Aurora Cannabis (TSX:ACB) in Europe

While the battle among Canadian marijuana producers for Europe market dominance continues to shape up in 2020, clear winners are emerging judging from recent licensing developments, capacity analysis and related strategic moves from the respective challengers.  Aurora Cannabis (TSX:ACB)(NYSE:ACB) and Canopy Growth have enjoyed some first mover advantage after reporting some significant sales run rates in Germany over the past…

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2 of the Only Pot Stocks Worth Buying Today

Last week, I wrote why I thought Canopy Growth was only worth $15, because its valuation is so astronomically high, it looks like it could take years for the company to grow to the potential the market thinks the company has. At a price to sales of more than 30 times, it’s clear Canopy will need to grow sales at…

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Why the Aphria (APHA) Stock Price Fell 8.7% in January

Cannabis stocks have certainly taken a beating in the last year. For some, this beating continues into 2020. Aphria Inc. (TSX:APHA)(NYSE:APHA) stock price fell once again in January, as other cannabis stocks have benefitted from investors seeking a bargain in this potentially lucrative industry. From Aphria stock target price raises to EU certification to analyst upgrades, recent Aphria stock news…

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Cannabis May Not Rebound in 2020, but Aphria (TSX:APHA) Could Soar

Many pundits are predicting that after a rough 2019, cannabis stocks will bounce back in 2020. During 2019, the marijuana bubble burst, seeing many cannabis stocks plunge sharply over the course of the year, causing the industry’s largest exchange-traded fund (ETF), ETFMG Alternative Harvest ETF, to lose a whopping 35%, with its largest single holding Canopy Growth shedding the same…

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