For much of the past year, and even beyond, the legal-weed industry and marijuana stocks have been practically unstoppable. Investing in marijuana stocks won’t remain as easy as throwing a dart for long. Cannabis stock investors are going to have to keep their eyes on the following two critical data points for each and every marijuana stock they’re considering buying, or that they already own. Otherwise, they risk losing their investment to foolishness (with a lowercase “f'”).
- This Is the Third Company Signed on to Supply New Brunswick Marijuana
- Most Canadian Cannabis Producers Expect Consolidation of Competition
- Canada Weed Stocks Come Off High as Challenges Loom Before Legalization
- Matier in the Morning: Regulating Recreational Marijuana in California
- Maine Medical Marijuana Caregivers Begin to Warm Up to New Rules
While Nebraska has been known as a prohibition-minded state, one Oregon marijuana processor recently found that out the hard way and now has to face the consequences in both Nebraska and Oregon.
While prospective California cannabis businesses were notified recently by the Department of Tax and Fee Administration that they need to go ahead and register with the CDTFA for a seller’s permit, there are seven additional things California cannabis businesses need to know about tax rates and registration.
In an effort to increase racial diversity in the state’s medical cannabis industry, the Maryland Legislative Black Caucus has announced plans to introduce a bill during the next legislative session that would award additional medical cannabis licenses to businesses owned by African-Americans.