Cannabis Investing

For investors looking to be at the beginning of a new industry – as well as the end of prohibition – cannabis is it. From adult-use, which includes smokables, edibles, infused beverages and more, to medical, like CBD and hemp, cannabis will soon be a part of every person’s life in one form or another. This gives investors who want to be out in front of breakthrough and emerging trends an unbridled opportunity for success.

Beyond the Bong

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.

Beyond the Bong

Senior Marijuana Use Doubles

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

Beyond the Bong

Golden Cannabis Opportunities in the Golden State

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

Beyond the Bong

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.

Beyond the Bong

Why Cannabis Companies Can’t Keep Their CEOs

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

Beyond the Bong

Oklahoma: 2020’s Hottest Cannabis Market

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

CannaBiz Now!

Why Medical Cannabis Advocates Are Still Battling

Debbie Churgai of Americans for Safe Access talks about the difficulties medical cannabis companies and patients face.

Beyond the Bong

Marijuana’s March Madness

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

CannaBiz Now!

Prospects of Federal Legalization in 2020

Lezli Engelking, founder of FOCUS, talks about what to expect from the cannabis industry in 2020.

Beyond the Bong

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.