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Why Aurora Cannabis Could Be The Short-Term Gorilla In The Cannabis Market

7h seekingalpha
Further out, it'll still go head to head with current market leader Canopy, as the companies stand today. (18-1)

How Canopy Growth’s Selling Prices Have Evolved

In its fiscal 3Q18, which ended in December 2017, Canopy Growth (WEED) experienced a rise in the average sales price of its cannabis products on a per-gram basis. (18-1)

Comparing Major Cannabis Players’ Prices and Cost Structures

Selling prices and per-gram production costs for cannabis will likely be defining factors in the success of Canadian cannabis producers (HMMJ). (18-0)

Marijuana Stocks And Industry Drivers For 2018

2018-03-14 seekingalpha
I believe that this year we will see industry drivers related to capital raises and M&A. (32-0)

Pot Company Grabs Third of Quebec Market, Plots Global Push - Bloomberg

2018-03-13 bloomberg
Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world. (22-1)

Marijuana-Making Companies Lining Up for Greek License

2018-03-13 thenationalherald
ATHENS – With the Radical Left SYRIZA in power, Greece’s move to let marijuana be cultivated – for medical use – could create an industry of as much as one billion euros ($1.23 billion) and drawn keen interest from five groups who want the right to grow it legally. (10-1)

OrganiGram Holdings Just Got A Lot More Interesting

2018-03-12 seekingalpha
OrganiGram Holdings (OTCQB:OGRMF) is one of the more interesting cannabis companies because based upon current production capacity and visible future output potential, it stands between the larger and smaller players in the market. (24-1)

CANADA STOCKS-Toronto stocks edge up with help from gold producers

2018-03-12 reuters
March 12 (Reuters) - Canada’s main stock index closed slightly higher on Monday as gold producers overcame earlier declines and helped offset energy shares that were dragged lower by the price of oil. (50-0)

How Cannabis Stocks Fared Last Week

The week ended March 9 was broadly positive for the TSX 300 Index, the S&P 500 Index, and the cannabis industry. Most ETFs ended in the positive territory during this period. The Emerging Marijuana Growers Index (HMJR) emerged as the biggest gainer last week with a rise of 7.2%. The Horizons Marijuana Life Since Index ETF (HMMJ) rose 3.2%, and its US counterpart (HMLSF) rose by as much as 3.8%. The Evolve Marijuana ETF (SEED) gained about 3. (18-0)

Aurora Cannabis Added to TSX Composite Index

Over the past few months, Aurora Cannabis (ACB)(ACBFF) has become one of the most actively traded stocks on TSX. The company’s three-month average volume was about 19.6 million shares on March 9 compared to Canopy Growth’s (WEED) 7.2 million shares. (18-0)

How Aurora Cannabis Will Use Proceeds from Debenture Offering

Last week, Aurora Cannabis (ACB) (ACBFF) announced that it completed a $230 million offering of convertible debentures with a maturity date of two years and an annualized interest of 5%, payable semi-annually. (18-0)

Why Alcaliber Makes Sense for Canopy Growth

In the earlier part of the series, we discussed how Aurora Cannabis (ACB) (ACBFF) plans to fund its production facility in Denmark. Aurora Cannabis is not the only Canadian cannabis-licensed producer to eye international markets. (18-0)

Canopy Growth Should Get A Boost From These 3 Catalysts

2018-03-09 seekingalpha
Most investors, rightly so, focus on the market lead Canopy Growth (OTCPK:TWMJF) has in the cannabis industry, primarily in regard to its ability to outproduce its competitors at this time. (10-1)

Factors Expected to Influence the Provinces’ Supplier Decisions

Ahead of the legalization of recreational cannabis, companies are ramping up their production capacities. However, decision makers in provinces will have to ensure that they select the right suppliers to meet the demand for recreational cannabis. (18-1)

How Cannabis Companies Are Rushing to Expand Operations

In anticipation of recreational cannabis legalization at the federal level in Canada (HMMJ), provinces have been doing their best to prepare. (18-0)

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