3 Reasons “Cannabis 2.0” Is Ridiculously Overrated

This past October, “Cannabis 2.0” was all the rage, as speculation circulated about how the legalization of edibles and concentrates would affect cannabis producers. The new laws impact a number of product categories that were previously illegal to sell — even with the federal legalization of cannabis last year. When cannabis was initially legalized, marijuana producers’ revenue exploded on the…

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2 Marijuana Companies That Are Looking Beyond Canada

Last year, legalization was all the rage in the marijuana industry. This year, international expansion seems to be the name of the game. With more and more jurisdictions opening their doors to legal cannabis, there are huge export markets up for grabs. And now, even smaller marijuana companies are getting in on the action. Historically, the large-cap licensed producers (LPs)…

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PURA – Puration Announces THC Beverage Launch Plans

Puration, Inc.

DALLAS, Oct. 25, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via OTC PR WIRE – Puration, Inc. (PURA) today announced THC beverage launch plans. With Canada legalizing cannabis infused beverages this month, PURA is moving forward with its already designed THC Savor beverage. Utilizing its sole license of Kali-Extracts’ (KALY) U.S. Patented Cannabis Extraction Process, PURA has designed a THC infused beverage named…

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Aphria (TSX:APHA): A Lodestar Stock for Cannabis Newcomers

Outperforming. Turbulent. Oversold. Tumultuous. These are just a few of the words used recently to describe Aphria (TSX:APHA)(NYSE:APHA), one of the best-looking cannabis stocks in an increasingly embattled space. Investors favour it for its momentum and the fact that it’s on track for sustained profitability. After its quarterly earnings beat back in August, it was easy to see the bulls’…

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2019 Canadian Election: Cannabis Fatigue

Cannabis was the hot topic in the 2015 election. Legal weed garnered Canada global attention and ignited an even more rigorous debate over how the industry would be structured and regulated after the Liberal victory. The push for legal weed was hugely consequential for investors and sparked a gold rush in the fledgling sector. Canada finally crossed the finish line…

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The Top 5 Pot Stocks to Buy Ahead of Cannabis 2.0

Now that October is upon us, it’s time to start positioning our portfolios for the second phase of legalization. The introduction of extracts and edibles in the industry is sure to drive new consumers, new interests, new innovation, and new profits. In addition to the companies that are solely focused on extraction, there are also a number of licensed producers…

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Should You Invest in Marijuana Stock IPOs?

Almost no industry has seen more IPOs in recent years than marijuana. Although big tech IPOs like Shopify have gotten the most attention, marijuana IPOs have been, by far, the most numerous on the TSX. In the past five years, at least half a dozen weed producers have gone public, with many more having plans to do so in the near…

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Can the Next Phase of Cannabis Legalization Create More Millionaires?

Predicting whether or not the cannabis industry will have another boom like the ones seen in the last few years is a difficult task. Knowing which stocks would benefit if it did boom is much easier. As Canada’s recreational cannabis industry continues to evolve, and as the government gets set to introduce the next phase of legalization, there are certain…

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3 Cannabis Stocks to Buy Ahead of Canadian Cannabis 2.0

After a huge lead up to last year’s cannabis legalization, this year looks much different already. Cannabis stocks soared ahead of legalization, only to drop with the rest of the markets almost immediately afterward. Since then, almost all cannabis companies have found it difficult to have any sort of rebound. That’s why many investors are looking at cannabis 2.0 legalization…

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Legalization Part Deux: What to Expect From Marijuana Stocks Like Aurora Cannabis (TSX:ACB)

It’s déjà-vu. Here we are in early September, and the cannabis industry is on the cusp of another significant macro event. The legalization of cannabis edibles is expected to come no later than October 17, 2019. If the date sounds familiar, it should. It is exactly a year to the day Canada legalized the sale of recreational marijuana. Estimates vary…

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