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Although cannabis remains federally criminalized, if more US states follow in California's footsteps, this may result in an influx of investors looking to the marijuana stock market for opportunities. Nabis Holdings (INNPF) (NAB), INSYS Therapeutics Inc (INSY), CannTrust Holdings Inc (OTC PINK: CNTTF), and Canopy Rivers Inc (OTC PINK: CNPOF) (RIV.V) are four cannabis companies picking up speed on Tuesday. Nabis Holdings (INNPF) (NAB) is a Canadian investment company focused on investing in high-quality cash flowing and strategic assets across multiple aspects of the cannabis sector primarily in the U.S. limited license states with a roadmap to expand globally.
CORAL GABLES, FL / ACCESSWIRE / February 11, 2019 / Following the recent passing of positive legislation, the marijuana stock market has become a hotbed of conversation. In the past, cannabis was condemned ...
CORAL GABLES, FL / ACCESSWIRE / February 5, 2019 / The future of the marijuana stock market will depend on two key factors: industry experts must continue to work to design and manufacture top-of-the-line products meant to elevate the human experience, and consumers must feel confident that companies in the cannabis industry both understand their needs, and are prepared to meet these needs. ParcelPal Technology Inc (PTNYF) (PKG), HEXO Corp (NYSE American: HEXO), Canopy Rivers Inc (OTC PINK: CNPOF), and Charlotte's Web Holdings Inc (CWBHF) (CWEB.CN) represent four companies determined to innovate towards advancing the cannabis industry into the future. The Company created an on-demand marketplace where consumers can shop for anything from food to cannabis.
In fact, analysts at Cowen say U.S. cannabis sales alone could reach $80 billion by 2030 - an increase of $5 billion from earlier estimates, and a 4% compound annual growth rate. Piper Jaffray believes the market for legal cannabis could be worth $15 billion to $50 billion a year, with global sales growing to $250 billion to $500 billion. Corporate America is quickly waking up to the opportunity with alcohol companies taking a stake in cannabis stocks.
Investorideas.com, a leading investor news resource covering hemp and cannabis stocks releases a snapshot focusing on how the cannabis industry continues to force technology innovation as it faces new challenges with the sector’s continuing rapid growth. The cannabis industry has begun to fully affect the beverage, food, medical and pharmaceutical industries but one area cannabis has helped drive forward from inception has been the tech industry. Due to the complexity of the cannabis plant as well as the strict regulations surrounding it, technological innovations have been a “must have” for any cannabis company that hopes to expand and grow.
CORAL GABLES, FL/ ACCESSWIRE / January 11, 2019 / The way people receive health care, including how the medical field continues its integration of medical marijuana, is evolving. The fact of the matter is that more people are beginning to trust medicinal cannabis as a means of treatment for a myriad of ailments, including reducing of inflammation and pain relief. As public opinion surrounding cannabis becomes increasingly more favorable, marijuana stocks may begin to present an appealing opportunity for investors looking into the nascent sector.
CORAL GABLES, FL / ACCESSWIRE / January 10, 2019 / The end of the year was a large turning point for the marijuana industry , as the year's events were instrumental in cementing the growth of the cannabis ...
There’s no doubt that Canopy Growth (NYSE:CGC), stock is one of the best bets among Canadian cannabis companies, thanks in large part to the substantial financial support that the company is getting from Constellation Brands (NYSE:STZ). In July, I suggested that interested investors hedge their bets on Canopy Growth stock by buying equivalent amounts of CGC stock and Constellation stock. “If you feel strongly about the marijuana industry’s future growth, the smart move would be to take the amount you are prepared to lose on Canopy Growth and cut it (in) half, putting 50% into CGC stock and the other 50% into Constellation Brands,” I wrote on Jul. 5.