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.
Cannabis Investing Set to Have High Growth
Even though it was a short, low-volume week for U.S. markets, that doesn’t mean there was a lack of cannabis news…
Matthew Carr With Inhale MD’s Dr. Jordan Tishler
Matthew Carr and Dr. Jordan Tishler discuss the future of the medical cannabis market in Massachusetts.
MJBizCon 2018: Major Takeaways and Spaces to Watch
Last week, we saw the full scope of innovation, growth and excitement on display at MJBizCon in Las Vegas.
Matthew Carr With Emerald Health Sciences’ Dr. Avtar Dhillon
We’re offering a new weekly segment to highlight experts in the rapidly changing cannabis sector.
AG Jeff Sessions Ousted as Cannabis Passes in Midterms
The majority of U.S. states have given the thumbs-up to medical cannabis. The federal government won’t be far behind.
British Pot Stocks and Global “Green Chips”
It was another exciting week in the world of cannabis investing! Expect more ripples after tomorrow’s elections.
Election Day, Earnings and ETFs
The S&P 500 is now negative for the year. And shares of cannabis companies have been in free fall since October 16.
Beyond the Bong: Aurora Cannabis Uplists to U.S. Exchange and Other Cannabis News
NYSE welcomes Aurora Cannabis to its ranks. Two U.S. cannabis players form a powerful alliance. And a pot-focused ETF adds nine new companies.
Five Takeaways From Marijuana’s First Day of Sales in Canada
Is the illicit market dead? Is there enough cannabis to meet demand? Are shares rising or falling? Find out here.
Recreational Sales to Accelerate M&A in Cannabis Industry
Now that recreational sales are underway in Canada, let the growing pains begin.