A lot of people believe the claims made for medical marijuana are a hoax. Just a fabrication designed to push for legalized recreational marijuana. But are they wrong? Here’s a look at why they’re wrong and what it means for Canada.
Weed stocks took a pounding over the last few weeks, with many stocks in the US and Canada saw single day declines of up to 15 per cent! Canadians share prices started to recover just days later, then dropped sharply once more, followed by a quick recovery. So, what the heck is going on with the cannabis industry?
The announcements by US Attorney General Jeff Sessions and White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer on a federal crackdown of recreational marijuana could have serious ramifications on stocks. Here’s a look at what could happen should Sessions get his way.
One of the biggest topics for 2017 is the legalization of marijuana in both the U.S. and Canada. While there are opposing views to this still controversial topic, perhaps we should be looking at one of the biggest benefits of legalizing marijuana: less blood on the streets.
The medical marijuana industry has been the hottest area of investment in Canada. Unfortunately, many investors are not looking at the most important metrics of the companies they are investing in: Cost of Goods Sold, or COGS.