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Millennials are increasing the production, variety and sales of the wine industry along with the already avid earlier generations. (21-0)
With the announcement by Australian authorities that producers in the country would be allowed to export cannabis, AusCann Group (OTCPK:ACNNF) got an immediate boost in its share price, with investors expecting the producer to be able to compete at the global level. (18-0)
** Author's note: All dollar figures herein are Canadian dollars, unless stated otherwise. Most securities listed below are traded on Canadian stock exchanges, although US OTC versions are often available. Please check the liquidity of any OTC offering before purchasing - some may be far less liquid than their Canadian counterparts. (10-0)
Aurora Cannabis (OTCQX:ACBFF) is one of the more compelling holding in the Canadian cannabis market, as it has rapidly been shrinking the gap between Canopy Growth and itself in regard to capacity and production capabilities. (18-0)
On February 20, 2018, Canopy Growth (WEED) announced that it had received a cultivation license for one of its two sites at Aldergrove, British Columbia, under its BC Tweed Joint Venture. (18-0)
The IIROC (Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada) imposed a trading halt on Canopy Growth (WEED) at 4:11 PM EST on February 16, 2018. (19-0)
Cannabis production bellwether Canopy Growth reveals what to expect in regard to the future of the industry. (10-0)
While marijuana stocks (MJX) ended in the negative territory week-over-week last week, two new marijuana sector-specific ETFs debuted. The Evolve Marijuana ETF (SEED) began trading on February 12, and the Emerging Marijuana Growers Index ETF (HMJR) began trading on February 14. Both these ETFs are rated as “high risk” based on volatility by the issuers, which means that the two marijuana ETFs could see high price swings. (18-0)
This weekend, B.C.'s pot supply grew by another 100,000 plants. The cannabis clones arrived by air from Ontario, destined for pot giant Canopy Growth's new space in Aldergrove. (18-0)
In my last article, I discussed the first steps to transform a retirement portfolio into a retiree’s portfolio. Today, I’m going to press fast forward on my current pension account and see what changes I would make if I were going to retire tomorrow. Let’s imagine for a minute that I wake up at the age of 64, and in 364 days I will retire and expect to live another 20. Let’s see what can I do to make my portfolio “retiree lovely. (10-0)
The week ending February 16 wasn’t so positive for marijuana stocks even though the broader market indexes ended in the positive territory. The S&P 500 Index (SPY) rose 4% from the closing on February 9 to the closing on February 16. Over this period, the TSX (Toronto Stock Exchange) 300 Composite Index rose 3%. However, some of the major marijuana stocks took a deep dive, and the marijuana ETFs also ended in the negative territory. (22-0)
Positive comps Q4 2017 comps at Applebee's combined with solid flat to +3% comps guidance, for FY 2018, at both brands was welcome news. (49-1)
Private and public funds are throwing tens of million of dollars in anticipation of several industry catalysts that will be seen in 2018. (36-1)
TORONTO, Feb 20 (Reuters) - Canada’s main stock index see-sawed on Tuesday, with strength in the heavyweight energy sector offseting weakness among mining stocks. (18-0)
The deal provides immediate uptick in future outlook for Hydropothecary by ensuring a minimum sales floor over the length of the deal while they continue to grow. (21-0)
TWMJF: Canopy Growth Corporation (TSXV:WEED) Analysis and Research Report
Canopy Growth, an early mover in the Canadian market, is a multi-brand cannabis company that believes its strong focus on and investment in brand, market and product differentiation, increased cannabis supply through Company and partner cannabis production platforms, and education, to help citizens safely, effectively and responsibly use cannabis, will create a dominant global business with the potential to generate a significant and sustained return on invested capital over the long-term.
The Company’s strategy is to focus on developing and scaling to be the world’s biggest multi-platform, creator of high value branded offerings in multiple formats for medical cannabis markets in Canada and abroad where federally legal, and for regulated recreational markets when they are federally legalized.
During the second quarter and since then, the Company has directed its efforts on major expansion plans to increase both capacity and capability in six provinces, so far, and six countries ...