Probably good in the long run because it is signaling the first step in a shift from a tobacco oligopoly to a vaping/smoking group.
LO has BLU and obviously everyone wants it - but that still leave 50% of a growing e cig market up for grabs. Until we have a coke / pepsi / dr pepper situation for e cigs, VPCO probably is in a decent position. FIN / NJOY / LOGIC / VPCO / ECIG / SPLI / MCIG might get bought up eventually and we'll be left with maybe 3 big vape/smoke firms.
But in the end, as long as big tobacco is broken up, it's good for everyone. Maybe they''ll finally stop planting tobacco and start planting MJ or hemp for clothing. Now that would be something in NC or KY.
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Its good if they partner and bad if one buys the other in my opinion. One seems more likely to lead to more acquisitions of smaller companys and the other seems to lead to more crushing of the smaller companies.