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OrganiGram Holdings Inc. (OGI)

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3.0300-0.0500 (-1.62%)
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  • B
    BD
    $5.50 by March 15.
  • B
    Brandon
    I know that the United States will soon be legalized. However, I see that SHRED is always sold out online and seems that they cannot keep up with demand in Canada at the moment. Any thoughts on how OGI can sustain a market in the United States, especially if they cannot meet demands in Canada. Is there plans for expansion?

    P.S I use the SHRED product. The stuff is amazing and only $32 for 7 grams. Personally with product this good i believe that it should sell at a price of at least $40. Just food for thought. New investor here, in at 4.20. Hope for good things in the future.
    Bullish
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    Don
    Hoping for buyout by Tilray/Aphria combo company 🙏
    Bullish
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    rhino
    I bought for the first time today and am up +18%. Nice.
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    Diana
    This will reach $4 soon
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    Jazzy :D
    I am holding and going to buy more if it drops again.
  • D
    Diana
    Are we going to $4
  • C
    Charles
    it will be a buying spry after April
    Bearish
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    thebostonangler
    OrganiGram Holdings: Up 36%
    Money managers also piled into New Brunswick-based OrganiGram Holdings (NASDAQ:OGI). The 34.1 million aggregate shares figure owned by 13F filers is over 9 million (36%) more than they held in the sequential third quarter.

    The likeliest reason behind this shift in sentiment is the changing of the guard in Washington. Joe Biden winning the presidency in November opened the door to a new era of hope for cannabis reform on Capitol Hill. Democrats winning back the Senate by the slimmest majority possible in early January was simply the icing on the cake. Legalizing marijuana at the federal level in the U.S. would allow OrganiGram and its peers to enter the far more lucrative U.S. weed market.

    Successful money managers might also be drawn to OrganiGram's inherent competitive advantages. For example, it only has a single operating facility, which means it's relatively easy to adjust its output and expenses. The company also incorporates three tiers of growing in its licensed indoor rooms, which helps to maximize yield. When coupled with the company's abundant investments in high-margin derivative production (e.g., chocolate edibles and beverage powder), it's easy to understand why Wall Street's so excited.
  • N
    N
    To Mars !!!
  • H
    Hower
    got in at $7, now I'm just a bag Holder - this is my GME.
  • R
    Rougè
    love it and holding
    Bullish
  • S
    SeanM
    Am a bag holder who bought it at $5, hope it goes $10 and I double my investments.
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    Disc Connected
    Who else bought at $4.20
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    Bruce
    Well about time to start buying back in $OGI now. Let’s see if it can make me another 400% :-)
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    Michael
    OGI needs to adjust their inventory because SHRED has been sold out for a while. They’re wasting opportunities they could be selling mass amounts of product while the demand is high. If they fail to restock soon consumers will try another product and perhaps stick with it.
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    MB
    Is this being shorted again?
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    Paul
    why is the sector getting crushed in premarket?
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    N
    You won’t see this low a price for years to come.
    Bullish
  • p
    ps
    gained 12% today alone from bottom of dip.