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Scientists. Tax collectors. Typists. Analysts. Lawyers. And more scientists. Recreational marijuana use becomes legal in California in 2018, and one of the things to blossom in the emerging industry isn’t green and leafy – it’s government jobs.
Pennsylvania Auditor General Eugene DePasquale believes legalizing and regulating recreational marijuana could be an antidote to the state’s budget woes.
Dallas Fallen Officer Foundation President Sergeant Demetrick Pennie on whether the legalization of Marijuana will put the lives of police officers at risk.
Today we’re going to share seven essential tips that will help you save both time and money and invest in cannabis stocks as profitably as possible.
Since then the industry has exploded, and the number of cannabusinesses to go public have soared. Here are five cannabis stocks worth watching this week.
With two marijuana stocks already sporting market caps over $1 billion, one of these four pot stocks is likely to be next.
There is an opportunity for excess profits in the Canadian marijuana industry as the market is now in a position to expand at a very high rate, as Canadians have received confirmation that the potential legalization will become a reality.
While it is still difficult to invest directly in legal pot through public equities, venture capital firms and private equity funds have raised hundreds of millions of investment dollars.
A federal crackdown on marijuana isn’t bad news for all marijuana stocks.
Jeff Doctor, executive director of the National Indian Cannabis Coalition, gives insight to the industry opportunities that are available when working with the NICC and tribal governments.
LOS ANGELES, June 27, 2016 /Weed Wire/ — MedMen, the only full-service management company serving North America’s legal cannabis industry, has launched the MedMen Opportunity Fund, L.P. (the “Fund”), the first private equity vehicle of its kind.
NEW YORK, June 24, 2015 /Weed Wire/ — TheStreet recently conducted a TV interview with Scott Greiper, President of Viridian Capital Advisors, to discuss the investment opportunity in the cannabis industry and how investors can begin to navigate the complex environment.
If you’re looking for the seeds of a powerful moneymaker, this could be it. But telling the forest from the weeds is another story.
The legalization of marijuana – no matter how sticky the parameters – will undoubtedly bring the people behind the scenes of a billion-dollar industry to the forefront.
In a rapidly evolving cannabis marketplace it is increasingly vital for businesses to stand out from the competition. But many cannabis businesses have a long way to go when it comes to building brand recognition, which is key to long-term success.
Cannabis stocks traded lightly with a positive bias. The 4/20 holiday is now behind us, 10ks are done, so cannabis traders and investors are looking toward the next potential catalyst. In the coming weeks, we will get a look at 10Qs for Q1.
Many CEOs, business owners, and entrepreneurs are breaking barriers in the cannabis industry with unprecedented foresight and drive.
For early adopters ready to elevate their education, early-bird ticket pricing for Marijuana Investor Summit is available until Sunday, February 15, 2015.
Ideas for the emerging marijuana industry can come together anywhere, but the environment at Marijuana Investor Summit, co-produced by David Friedman and Randy Shipley, will foster conversations where innovation and investment meet.
Vermont could generate up to $75 million in annual tax revenue if it chooses to legalize recreational cannabis, according to a report published last week by the Rand Corporation.
Bruce Nassau made his first fortune in the cable television industry in Colorado. Now he sees opportunity in the legalization of marijuana.
There is a saying in politics, and it also applies to business, that says, “Never let a good crisis go to waste.” As calloused as it sounds, it is true.
Just like that klatch of stoners who always hung out under the oak tree during high-school lunch period, the burgeoning marijuana industry needs some women, pronto.
Anyone who has ever succumbed, credit card in hand, to the siren song of a garden catalog that arrives during a February snowstorm realizes that there is money to be made from hobby gardeners. But when the crop is marijuana, the motivation is more likely to be medical than horticultural.
Pot culture has been described as testosterone-fueled boys’ club in which women are objectified as “hot pot babes.” What happens on the stoner side of things seeps insidiously into the world of policy reform and legitimate business. Statistics are scarce, but the legal marijuana industry also seems to be heavily male dominated and more than a little alien for many businesswomen.
A former medium-security prison turned marijuana grow house and pot shop? Nicholas Erker’s dream could become a reality, but first, residents of Brush in northeastern Colorado would have to come around to his idea.
As the multi-billion dollar cannabis market transitions above ground, there is no shortage of conflict and confusion while investors and entrepreneurs scramble to get their hands in the legal pot.
One of the more ingenious ways of making money in the cannabis industry has come from the Cannabis Career Institute. The CCI offers workshops for budding herbal entrepreneurs covering a variety of topics necessary for those wishing to enter the cannabis trade.
A medical marijuana bill in Florida is on the brink of passing, as is a medical marijuana bill in Minnesota.
Investors are eyeing the Minnesota market carefully following a Senate Health and Human Services Committee decision on April 25, 2014, to refer a medical marijuana bill to a full sitting of the upper house for consideration. The bipartisan vote was a surprising three to seven in favor. The proposal has a bumpy road ahead of it, seeing that Gov. Mark Dayton favors research first.
For investors, the burgeoning marijuana industry provides many different opportunities for financial growth. Entrepreneurs are rapidly opening businesses in the hopes of joining the green rush.
Massachusetts flies in face of federal law, but Boston opposes it. Mayor Walsh tries to stymie medical marijuana in state capital. Healthy democracy?
By Richard Farrell Medical marijuana is supposedly high in healing cannabidiol (CBD), but low in psychotic tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). The heady stuff has a generous helping of the latter. Since near a majority of states legitimized the medical version, researchers have been seeking ways to rid it of traces of THC. There are several reasons for…
Medical marijuana investors in Boston Massachusetts face new rules
Invest in the medical marijuana fraternity and log into a stable customer base
Over 40% of the legal marijuana consumed is in the form of edible products
The rapid change in discourse surrounding the marijuana trade means one thing: investors are looking to cash-in now more than ever.