The Marijuana Index, which covers leading cannabis investments on both sides of the Canada-U.S. border, rose 7% on Monday to close at 174.82.
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There are very few industries generating as much buzz as the medical and recreational marijuana markets are these days. With legislation across the world generally trending toward the legalization—or at least decriminalization of the drug—growth potential is strong, with investors seeking out “the best marijuana stocks to buy 2017.”
Beyond the legal issues, the problem for investors is that the industry is filled with small publicly traded companies that are risky bets at best, and outright fraudulent at worst.
Most myths have at least a little bit of truth interspersed with a lot that is false. That’s the case with these three myths about marijuana stocks that some might mistakenly believe.
Under the new Massachusetts marijuana laws, adults aged 21 and older will be able to possess up to 10 ounces of marijuana. Adults will also be allowed to grow up to 12 plants in their residence. But first, we want to make sure our readers know all the details about recreational marijuana laws taking effect today in Massachusetts.
On July 9, 2015, the Securities and Exchange Commission announced that it had settled charges against Alexander Hawatmeh and Christopher Mrowca. So far, so good, but is the legal marijuana industry any safer for investors?
For new long-term cannabis investors, especially in the learning stages, daily stock charts can be like the sirens of information.
New companies every week, more press releases every day! How do you keep up with all the information and what’s relevant in it? How does a novice investor assimilate all of this?
Having thick skin is a necessary asset when investing in the cannabis sector. Pity the over-the-counter small investor cautiously entering the cannabis sector, either the long-time advocate or someone who knows the product well from a personal standpoint.
“Revolutionary,” “history-making” and a “unique opportunity” were among the many catchphrases and adjectives repeated by the attendees of the Marijuana Investor Summit in Denver, April 20-22, 2015.
Would you like to invest in Uber? Or how about Airbnb? Well it turns out that you can’t. If you’re a regular Joe or Jane investor, there are no shares to buy for either company, or for companies like Pinterest and SpaceX.
Calling all cannabis CEOs: the market is kindly asking for you to stop with press releases that recap industry updates.
Equity markets cheered on the surprising news coming out of Japan overnight. The big announcement was from the BOJ where Kuroda shocked markets with a surprise easing action. In lieu of candy, we see this as their way of saying Happy Halloween.
Broad market weakness returned today, wiping out all of yesterday’s gains and more. Uncertainty contributes to price confusion and volatility. This action indicates that investors are struggling with the current market and economic variables.
Marijuana is one of the fastest growing industries in the nation. Hundreds of millions of dollars have already been made this year, and by the start of 2015 it is estimated to reach over $1 billion. As a budding herbal entrepreneur, you want to seize every cannabis-related opportunity you can find, but as I warned in June, prudence is often more profitable.