If you love a great deal now is the time to be looking at cannabis stocks because the sector just went on sale.
The cannabis sector has fallen into a bear market. In the last two weeks, the
North American cannabis index has fallen sharply, dropping 34%. Continue reading “Cannabis Sector Down 34% from 52-Week High: Buy or Run?”
In the pot-friendly city of Vancouver, illegal marijuana dispensaries outnumber Starbucks outlets, and among the most popular is
Weeds, Glass and Gifts. There, in a relaxed space reminiscent of the coffee chain, jovial “budtenders” sell coconut chocolate bars infused with marijuana and customers smoke powerful pot concentrates at a sleek dab bar. Continue reading “Vancouver, Canada’s Marijuana Capital, Struggles to Tame the Black Market”
It’s only 13 days away.
It could be the biggest day of the year for the US cannabis industry, and it could give US cannabis stocks a major jolt.
I’m talking about the US midterm elections.
No doubt you’ve been hearing about a potential blue wave.
For cannabis investors, I see a green wave on the horizon.
Continue reading “US Midterms Could Send This Cannabis Leader Flying”
CSAC has executed agreements to acquire 5 existing companies to create an anchor portfolio (the “Anchor Portfolio”) of vertically integrated operations in the Eastern and Western United States, pending regulatory approval on licensing and structure…
Continue reading “Cannabis Strategies Acquisition Corp. Announces Proposed Qualifying Transaction”
Now that we are trading in the aftermath of the “Big Day of the Announcement” in Canada, companies like
Aurora Cannabis Inc (OTCMKTS:ACBFF) will be trading on future catalysts. With the company heading onto the narrow cannabis representation on the NYSE, we expect some fireworks ahead. In addition, the company just announced that its Aurora Sky facility has been granted its sales license by Health Canada, significantly increasing the availability of both dried flower and derivative cannabis products across all cannabis markets the Company is targeting. Continue reading “Why Aurora Cannabis Inc (OTCMKTS:ACBFF) Still Has Its Mojo Firmly in Place”
O, Canada! What a historic moment for the cannabis industry!
Canada just became the first developed country in the world to legalize recreational cannabis.
Now that legalization has set billions of dollars in motion, Cannabis Stock Trades members are in a prime position.
We’ve been prepping our portfolios to capitalize on this giant day and it’s finally here.
In celebration of this incredible day for cannabis investors, we’re giving new members a free month of CST!
Join CST by and take the entire first month to review our model portfolio, receive our trade alerts, and read our professional member-exclusive analysis. Sunday, October 21st
Don’t wait! Get in on this Canadian celebration – I think things are just heating up.
Learn More – Free Month of CST
If you think today is a big day for the cannabis industry, just wait!
Michael Vodicka & The CST Team
Marijuana stocks rallied Monday after one of the largest Canadian cannabis companies announced that it has agreed to acquire a U.S.-based hemp company.
Canopy Growth told investors its purchase of Evergreen, Colorado-based ebbu will “complement and accelerate” its ambitions to expand into new types of consumer products. Continue reading “Pot stocks rally after Canopy Growth buys US hemp researcher to help it grow marijuana better”
It is the biggest event in the history of the cannabis sector.
It could send cannabis stocks soaring into a new all-time high.
And… its only seven days away.
Continue reading “History Says Cannabis Stocks Will Soar on October 17”
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Aurora Cannabis (ACBFF) released some highly anticipated great news on Friday.
Aurora revealed it will up list its shares to the NYSE later this month.
This is another nice win for cannabis stocks, the member-exclusive model portfolio, and Aurora.
Continue reading “What Aurora’s (ACBFF) Uplisting Means for Investors”
Police officers in Ottawa, Ontario will be allowed to consume
cannabis while off-duty once recreational marijuana is legalized later this month, according to a report from the CBC. The Ottawa Police Services Board adopted a new fit-for-service policy to govern cannabis-use by officers at its meeting on Monday.
Deputy Chief Steve Bell said that the policy is similar to the guidelines already in place for the use of other substances that may affect work performance.
Continue reading “Police Officers in Ottawa Will Be Permitted to Consume Cannabis Off-Duty”