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Wed
14
Aug

Buyers should beware Canopy Growth stock

As Canopy Growth (NYSE: CGC ) prepares to announce its fiscal first-quarter earnings Aug. 14, analysts are getting nervous. Founder Bruce Linton was told to leave after the last quarter's disappointment. Constellation Brands (NYSE: STZ ), which bought 38% of the company last year, has lost patience with CGC stock's losses.

Wed
14
Aug

Pure CBD oil capsules and CBD oils are top selling consumer favorites in 2019

The top selling CBD brands for the first half of 2019 are brands that feature pure CBD either in capsule form or liquid oils form that have been independently lab tested for purity and authenticity, see here https://cbdrevu.com/cbdpure-hemp-oil-cbd/.

Wed
14
Aug

A $10,000 investment in Aphria (TSX:APHA) 4 years ago is worth a fortune today

Canadian cannabis producer Aphria (TSX:APHA)(NYSE:APHA) is back in the limelight. But this time, there is no negative publicity. Investors are elated to receive good news from the cannabis sector for a change.

Tue
13
Aug

Molson Coors may be the only thing propping up HEXO stock

The cannabis industry continues to deliver storylines, both negative and positive, that leave investors scratching their heads about which pot stocks to buy. One recent story has shined a light on Hexo (NYSE:HEXO), which could end up hurting Hexo stock holders. 

Tue
13
Aug

4 Canadian marijuana stocks with low debt to EBITDA ratios

The debt/EBITDA is a solvency ratio that measures the amount of income a company generates that it can use to pay down its debt before accounting for interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization expenses.

In essence, a company with a lower debt/EBITDA is more capable of paying off its debts. Today we have identified four Canadian marijuana stocks that have >$100M in debt with a low debt/EBITDA ratio relative to peers.

Tue
13
Aug

New analysis finds link between vaping and cannabis use in teens, young adults

Teens and young adults who use electronic cigarettes are significantly more likely to use cannabis as well, according to a new study co-authored by a Canadian researcher.

Pediatrician Nicholas Chadi's analysis of previous research, published in JAMA Pediatrics, found that the likelihood of marijuana use was three to four times higher among youth who vaped.

One of the key findings showed the risk for younger adolescents aged 12 to 17 was higher than for young adults aged 18 to 24 years.

"It's an important discovery for us," said Chadi, who is now based at Montreal's Ste-Justine Hospital but conducted the research during a previous posting in Boston.

Tue
13
Aug

Has the pot stock bubble finally burst?

Is the marijuana stock bubble about to burst or has it just done so?

A series of unfortunate events has bruised the image of the cannabis industry. There is too much drama coming from the perceived industry leader¬†Canopy Growth¬†down to the second-tier cannabis companies ‚ÄĒ and¬†stock prices¬†for weed have fallen sharply.

Tue
13
Aug

Breaking down Aphria’s (TSX:APHA) incredible earnings report

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you might have noticed that marijuana stocks have been all the rage lately. One of the larger cannabis players, Aphria (TSX:APHA)(NYSE:APHA), recently released its earnings report. Pay attention, as the earnings report was a pleasant surprise for many investors.

Tue
13
Aug

CBD stock review and cannabis investing: why CBD edibles may be a safer option than THC foods

While THC-based foods and edibles present all sorts of challenges (mostly of health and legal nature), CBD (cannabidiol), which has no psychotropic effects, appears set to become the next miracle ingredient, according to many in the food industry.

Opiates killed 47,600 people in 2017 in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). That year, the epidemic was declared a ‚Äúpublic health emergency‚ÄĚ by President Donald Trump.

Tue
13
Aug

This cannabis stock gained over 40% on Friday

Shares of leading cannabis company CannTrust (TSX:TRST)(NYSE:CTST) rose 40.8% on Friday. The stock is currently trading at $4.21 per share as of writing. CannTrust has taken investors on a roller-coaster ride. Company shares first declined close to 80% from $13.45 in March 2019 to $2.99 on August 7, 2019. It fell over 50% in July 2019 and has returned -57% since its IPO in January 2018.

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