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At what price is CannTrust Holdings worth buying?

The marijuana industry has blossomed before our eyes in a very short period of time. Having long been considered a taboo topic, cannabis is now a validated business model following the legalization of recreational weed in Canada this past October. It also doesn't hurt that two-thirds of all U.S. states have given the green light to medical marijuana in some capacity, and that more than two dozen countries worldwide now allow medical cannabis to be prescribed by a physician.

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3 reasons 1 top analyst gives a thumbs-down to Tilray

Tilray (NASDAQ:TLRY) ranked as the best Canadian marijuana stock by far in 2018. It's been a different story this year, though. And one analyst thinks Tilray will probably continue to lag behind its peers in 2019.

Investment firm Jefferies initiated coverage of Tilray last week with an "underperform" rating.

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The largest U.S. marijuana deal in history was just announced

Big things are afoot in the marijuana industry. Following the legalization of recreational pot in Canada this past October, the legal weed industry has been validated like never before. As a result, global sales projections for cannabis are going through the roof. Some investment banks on Wall Street predict that annual sales could hit as high as $75 billion by 2030.

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This tiny marijuana stock is a better bet than Tilray (NASDAQ:TLRY) or Canopy Growth (TSX:WEED)

Marijuana stocks have been on fire for much of the past year. In the run up to legalization, many of them climbed to eye-watering valuations from relative obscurity. If you’re looking to invest in a weed stock now, you’re probably a bit late.

The undeniable leader in this space is still Ontario-based Canopy Growth (TSX:WEED)(NYSE:CGC). South of the border, Tilray (NASDAQ:TLRY) seems to be the local favourite. Both have been exceptionally great investments for investors over the past few years, but they now trade at many multiples of their annual sales.

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The best marijuana stock calls for March?

The month of March decided to show its ugly volatile head during the beginning, but as we now head toward the second half, it looks as though things may be turning just the other way. For anyone who invests or has invested in the cannabis industry, volatility does seem to be quite a common theme throughout.

This theme, while not ideal for some, has shown itself to be one of the greatest reasons to partake in the industry. Many investors have found that volatility is a characteristic that they can get behind because it allows for large gains, but also large losses. All in all, there are some stocks that have shown large amounts of potential for the future of the industry.

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Monday Price Standouts: SugarBud Craft Growers, National Access Cannabis, SOL Global Investments

It was a fairly uneventful day in Canadian weedstocks on Monday, as the heavy-hitting news flow emanated down south. The Horizons Marijuana Life Sciences Index ETF (HMMJ) finished up modestly (↑1.29%), taking its cues from the major U.S. indexes.

But as usual, a handful of sector standouts took shape. Midas Letter recaps the non-Village Farms movers that most caught our attention.

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A cannabis grow-op could be coming to Yellowknife

A proposed cannabis grow-op in Yellowknife got a warm reception from city councillors on Monday.

"You have somebody who wants to actually produce something that will be sold in the territory, that's a rarity up here. This should be applauded," Coun. Niels Konge said.

The warehouse facility would be located in the Engle Business District at 92 Falcon Road, west of the Yellowknife Airport.

Jordan Harker, the man behind the pitch, said the business is not affiliated with growers in southern Canada.

"We're looking at about 10 to 12 full-time jobs with probably 15 to 25 part-time jobs," he told city council during a committee meeting on Monday.

"It's our goal to be competitive with pricing."

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Amid ongoing pot shortage, AGLC scores more cannabis suppliers

It’s the first tangible fruit produced from a nationwide search by Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis (AGLC) to enlist more federally sanctioned suppliers in a bid to ease a cannabis supply shortage that’s led to a moratorium on issuing new retail licences in the province.

While it brings the number of AGLC suppliers to 19, it’s not expected to be enough to lift the moratorium — which was put in place in November — any time soon, said commission spokeswoman Chara Goodings.

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Vancouver's Donnelly Group gets into the cannabis industry

On Monday the company released a statement confirming its new cannabis retail venture.

“Nine locations of Hobo Recreational Cannabis Store are set to open in rapid succession across B.C. and Ontario beginning April 2019,” the statement read.

Eight of the nine stores were confirmed for B.C., including locations on Robson Street, Granville Street, Main Street, and Commercial Drive. A provincial government spokesman said the Donnelly Group had not yet been issued any operating licences from the B.C. Liquor and Cannabis Regulation Branch.

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THC to CBD: More cannabis companies expand their CBD capabilities

Investorideas.com, a leading investor news resource covering hemp and cannabis stocks releases a snapshot looking at the growing number of cannabis companies expanding their CBD capabilities, following the major market trends for 2019.

Every company and investor in the cannabis industry is well aware of the hype surrounding the potential for CBD and hemp. You can find a plethora of articles flooding the news about this sector, and the hype seems well justified according to research from New Frontier Data.  

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