3 Warning Signs for Cannabis Investors

Boy, what a year 2019 was for investors in Canada’s new cannabis industry. The mood among many has certainly shifted, and the euphoria with which companies were gobbling each other up has abated. Horizons Marijuana Life Sciences Index ETF is now down 65% from its 52-week high in early 2019 (not its overall peak). Questions about where the bottom is remain, and…

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Expecting a Cannabis Recovery? Don’t Bet on Canopy Growth (TSX:WEED)

Last year was painful for cannabis investors. Most of the major pot stocks plunged, as the cannabis bubble popped because of fears that many will struggle to become profitable in an undetermined market. Canopy Growth (TSX:WEED)(NYSE:CGC) reported a slew of losses, which, coupled with regulatory investigations and the increased likelihood of marijuana being removed as a U.S. federal schedule one…

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Is Cronos (TSX:CRON) Stock a Solid Long-Term Bet?

Cannabis investors have lost a significant portion of their investment since the last quarter of 2018. Investors were rightly concerned over the high valuation metrics of pot stocks, and this started the bear run for marijuana companies. Further, the revenue estimates for most cannabis companies seemed to have been overstated, as most analysts failed to consider the impact of Canada’s…

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KALY Confirms Consolidation Plans to Focus on $50 Billion Cannabis Biopharmaceutical Market Opportunity

Kali Extracts

Dallas, Texas–(Newsfile Corp. – January 14, 2020) – Kali-Extracts, Inc. (OTC Pink: KALY) (Kali, Inc. dba/Kali-Extracts, Inc.) (“KALY”) today announced plans to consolidate its business structure and focus on its Cannabis Biopharmaceutical Technology. KALY has a U.S. Patented Cannabis Extraction Process and is developing treatments for various medical conditions. The technology has been valued at $50 million in conjunction with…

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2 Small-Cap Cannabis Stocks to Bet on in 2020

If you want to make big gains in 2020, stick with small-cap stocks. Research has consistently shown that, over time, small-caps outperform larger peers. If you want to make major gains, find small-cap stocks benefiting from secular growth opportunities like cannabis. The risk here should be clear. Emerging market opportunities lack clarity while small competitors are initially at a disadvantage.…

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Why Aurora Cannabis’ (TSX:ACB) Stock Price Could Double in 2020

The last year was nothing short of catastrophic for the Cannabis industry. In a year that saw the S&P/TSX Composite Index post its best year since 2009, the Canadian Marijuana Index had its worst year on record. In 2019, the Canadian Marijuana Index lost approximately 55% of its value. After a couple of bullish years — 2016 and 2017 —…

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Why Aurora Cannabis’s (ACB) Stock Price Fell 16% in December

Cannabis stocks like Aurora Cannabis (TSX:ACB)(NYSE:ACB) had their heads handed to them in December once again, as the downward spiral continues.  When a bubble bursts, it falls hard, and Aurora Cannabis’s stock price is a prime example of this. Down 16% in December, 65% in the last year, and 81% from its highs, Aurora Cannabis stock still carries too much risk…

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3 Top Canadian Cannabis Stocks to Watch This Month

Investors in Canadian marijuana stocks are looking forward to the first industry earnings release of 2020 from Aphria (TSX:APHA)(NYSE:APHA) and two other local players expected to report this month. Here’s what’s to watch on each report and why. Aphria Aphria stock rose over 22% in a day after an earnings beat in October last year, and the company is expected…

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1 Way to Reduce Risk if You Want to Buy Cannabis Stocks

Uncertainty is back with a bang, as ratcheting Middle East tensions send risk through the roof only a few days into the new year. Oil is up, gold is up, and risky assets such as cannabis are down. The development in Iraq could see mounting unrest directly impacting the energy sector, with a knock-on effect for the broader international economy.…

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Cannabis Investors: Read This to Avoid a Major Industry Risk

Debt is going to be a big issue for the cannabis industry, especially if it takes even longer to mature and evolve than we are expecting now. The industry will inevitably become naturally integrated into the economy and society and grow to be mature industry, but the longer that takes to happen, the more vulnerable cannabis companies with high debt…

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