American Green Inc., a maker of cannabis products, is taking an unusual step to attract new customers as it capitalizes on California legalizing marijuana: It’s buying an entire town.
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The Canadian government is moving quickly to legalize marijuana and, unlike the patchwork state-by-state approach unfolding in the U.S., Canada is set to make it legal nationwide by this time next year.
Canadian marijuana players have been rushing to invest and take strategic positions in the new Germany medical cannabis market since late 2016, and this trend is set to continue going forward.
Canadian band, the Tragically Hip are hoping to get ahead by a few days, partnering with a Canadian medical marijuana company just before it’s set to go public.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., May 23, 2017 /Weed Wire/ — StarGreen Capital announced today its plans to invest $100 million over the next year in California’s legal medical and recreational cannabis industries.
As Canada heads toward legalization of marijuana, Alberta producer Aurora Cannabis is focused on expansion with ambitions to raise a $160-million “war chest” from investors who are anxious to profit from what is expected to be a multibillion industry.
Medical marijuana producer Aphria Inc. is expanding into the lucrative U.S. market with an initial $25 million investment to set up shop in Florida, which recently legalized pot for medical use.
Florida is undeniably behind the curve when it comes to passing pro-pot legislation, but the Sunshine State did make up some ground in November, when voters legalized medical marijuana in the state. How big could the medical marijuana market be in Florida for marijuana stocks?
So many people get tripped up or freaked out about the idea of investing in the cannabis industry, as if it is somehow a foreign concept, when in actuality many of the investment opportunities in the cannabis space have an interesting and financially sound platforms to their business models.
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 8, 2016 /Weed Wire/ — Med-X has already taken steps to handle post-legalization America, and they’re doing it by creating a company that can handle every aspect of the medical cannabis industry.
Randy Shipley, the founder and CEO of CannaFundr.com, is among those who believe that the new SEC rules will “potentially” have a positive influence on the marijuana industry.
Oakland, CA, June 20, 2015 /Weed Wire/ — More than 200 high net worth investors from around the world eager to invest in the fastest growing industry in America will gather in Denver, CO at the ArcView Investor Forum, the country’s first and most active investor group in the industry. Taking place at the Exdo Event Center for a two day Shark Tank-like pitch forum on Friday, June 26th and Saturday, June 27th, accredited investors will be reviewing pitches from more than 20 companies who competed fiercely for the pitch slots out of a field of hundreds of applicants.
Leslie Bocskor has big plans and they focus on people using pot.
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.
The changes taking place around marijuana for medical use and for recreational use are the biggest in almost everyone’s lifetime. There are quite literally billions of dollars up for grabs for those who capitalize on the trend. There are also significant risks, both for investors and those who decide to get into the business.
If legalization’s success in Colorado has taught us anything, it’s that pot = profit. Now that the numbers are rolling in, many states are eyeing some form of legalization as well. Florida is one of those states that are on track to usurping Colorado’s Kush Crown. Florida is poised to become the new capital of the “Green Economy.”
April brings May flowers-and activity to legalize medical marijuana in Illinois. Last month, the state released regulations on legal medical use that were addressed at hearings held in early May. By mid-month, the Marijuana Policy Project (MPP) posted an update at www.mpp.org/states/illinois/ on new bills (HB 5708, HB 4299, HB 4091) designed to move medical marijuana implementation forward in Illinois.
Solanbridge Group Inc crosses over to the marijuana sector, with a focus on CBD technology.
Banking services for legal marijuana is all the talk right now, but what happens when banks decide that the cannabis industry is too risky to partner with?
Canadian-based investors, junior miners, are looking to invest within the medical marijuana space.
All is well for GreenBank Capital, as they recently announced their entrance into the MMJ sector. Shares have risen and are predicted to harbor a similar flow of action in years to come.
The trio of industrial facilities purchased by Cannabis-Rx in Florida should make good grow and distribution centers if either of these bills passes into law. The buildings are in a depressed area that they could help rejuvenate, and the investment could be wise in more ways than one. Current talk is that Cannabis-Rx may subdivide the space, rent it out, and then finance tenant equipment purchases.
Kids asking for pot stocks is not necessarily, what many would think to be, household commonplace. However, for some families, that is quite the opposite.
Marketfy is changing the game by hosting their first-ever marijuana conference, as investors will have the opportunity to learn where the industry is headed.
Deal suggests that Georgia takes time out before the next legislative session to do clinical research in a controlled environment. One plan involves teaming a commercial drug manufacturer with George Regents University. The other is to allow the academics to use cannabis oil procured legally from the National Institute on Drug Abuse based at the University of Mississippi.
Medical marijuana market evolves in Oregon. Governor Martin O’Malley of Maryland signs medical marijuana bill. Significant steps for each state.
GW Pharma utilizies CBD technology in order to develop a new breakthrough treatment for pediatric epilepsy.
When the Washington Times dedicates a column to billionaire George Soros’s role in the campaign to legalize medical marijuana, then you could say the movement has come of age. He has pumped at least $80 million into it since 1994, hoping to fund grass-roots initiatives that pressure local politicians.
Vital information regarding pot investment, including where to start and what to consider…
The Los Angeles Times reports that there is strong evidence that pills are more effective, following alternative treatment guidelines published by the American Academy of Neurology.
Higher the high the lower the low: deep swoop in numbers today, reflected on The Marijuana Index, could be looked at as a fair warning into the unstable nature of the market.
CannaBusiness Group, Inc.’s recent release of information aligns with a clear benefit for accredited investors.
It’s no new news that people are starting to invest in the legal cannabis market, but the people who chose to do so aren’t your likely suspects.
As the green rush grows, tracking public companies becomes a difficult thing.
As the market continues to rise pot stocks continue lead the charge!