Beyond the Bong

With the cannabis market rapidly changing, evolving and expanding, investors need to be up to date on the latest and greatest. “Beyond the Bong” is your No. 1 resource for everything related to pot stocks. This weekly issue includes exclusive coverage found nowhere else – like “The High Five,” which ranks the five pot stocks investors need to watch every week.

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3 Stocks to Watch After Aurora’s Monster Rally

These three stocks are poised to see big gains after Aurora Cannabis’ big win.

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6 Pot Stocks at Risk of Being Delisted

As pot stocks tank, cannabis companies are at risk of having their shares delisted from major exchanges.

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The One Cannabis Investment Hedge You Need in This Market Crash

Until the cannabis industry – and the broader markets – finds solid footing, investing in inverse ETFs, shorting or buying puts will continue to provide excellent hedges.

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Senior Marijuana Use Doubles

Marijuana use among seniors has doubled in recent years, partly as a means of chronic pain management.

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Golden Cannabis Opportunities in the Golden State

The Golden State has always been home to opportunity – and marijuana is no exception.

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Arizona’s Medical Cannabis Success Story

Arizona’s medical marijuana market has gone largely unnoticed, but its sales are some of the best in the country.

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Why Cannabis Companies Can’t Keep Their CEOs

Over the past year, multiple cannabis companies have said goodbye to their CEOs. Here’s why.

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Oklahoma: 2020’s Hottest Cannabis Market

With cannabis sales topping $350 million in 2019, Oklahoma is 2020’s hottest cannabis market.

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Marijuana’s March Madness

Marijuana sales historically decline from October through February, but then spring to life, sparking March Madness.

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Congressional Hearing Calls for More Cannabis Research

The Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health’s meeting on cannabis was a small step forward, but the pot industry can’t succeed without more research.