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Canadian cannabis stocks had a positive year in 2017 with the Let's Toke Business Marijuana Composite posting a return of.21.7% and the LTB Licensed Producer Index recording a return of.46.0%. (32-4)
I increased my exposure to the cannabis industries with the purchase of a global, online vaporizer retailer and a company providing an innovative source of funding for cannabis companies. (185-2)
TWMJF and other Canadian cannabis companies should be considered as tobacco companies — not pharma companies — in the long-term perspective. (12-3)
December has seen the culmination of at least 2 distinct catalysts propel several leading marijuana stocks much higher before the end of the year. (48-1)
For US investors, Canadian marijuana stocks may offer more opportunity while the US tries to figure out which path it wants to take for national legalization. (42-4)
In Canada, sales of cannabis oil recently exceeded sales of dried cannabis by weight for the first time. Given the negative connotations of smoking, I think this trend will continue. (28-1)
For the past three weeks, I have been looking for four factors to come together as an indication the Canadian cannabis stocks are about to rally. This has happened. (28-2)
Of the many ways to consume cannabis (or tobacco), vaping has taken off in recent years as people seek to reduce their intake of carcinogens caused by combustion. (12-1)
The number of registered patients rises to 201,398 or an increase of 20% in the last three months. This is the basic industry driver for Canadian cannabis companies. (0-1)
The Canadian cannabis stocks have been in the doldrums for most of 2017 but a breakout may be on the horizon.
The increasing number of new medical marijuana patients in Canada continues to drive growth in the industry.
Given the rise of alternative cannabis consumption methods it’s not crazy to imagine that smoking will soon become the “alternative” versus the mainstream.
In the second quarter, the Canadian cannabis stocks as measured by the Let's Toke Business Marijuana Composite Index declined 15.5% suffering from investor fatigue.
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