How Cannabis Companies Are Faring in the Wake of the Pandemic
It’s been a tough year for many businesses in this country.
A lot of industries have been requesting assistance just to stay alive.
But there’s a booming sector not eyeing any federal money: cannabis.
From the lows in March, cannabis company shares have screamed higher. And as we’re in the midst of this sector’s earnings season, every day we see headlines of more big moves – both up and down.
That’s why I invited back Erich Mauff, co-president, co-founder and board member of Jushi Holdings Inc. (OTC: JUSHF), to share his industry insider insights.
On Monday, shares of Jushi set 52-week highs – and for good reason. The multistate operator is just one of many American companies enjoying a tailwind because of the current environment.
Erich discusses how COVID-19 has impacted Jushi’s business. He talks about what practices allowed at dispensaries need to be made permanent. And he provides insight into the current state of the illicit market you likely won’t hear anywhere else.
We then delve into the tax issues facing American cannabis – including some regulations that are viewed as completely unfair.
And, of course, we talk about the state of the market in Illinois and Pennsylvania, as well as the prospect of – and need for – federal legalization.
If you’re an investor looking to hear directly from industry leadership about what’s on the horizon for cannabis, this is an interview you don’t want to miss!
Here’s to high returns,
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