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Village Farms International, Inc. (VFF.TO)

Toronto - Toronto Real Time Price. Currency in CAD
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8.88-0.35 (-3.79%)
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  • J
    Joe
    Today analysts gave VFF a 12 month median price target of $18.23/share.
  • J
    Joe
    CNN business analysts this morning gave VFF a 12 month median price target of $18.23/share.
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    Brick
    Real question. Are some of you investing because you're trying to support the weed industry, or perhaps VFF themselves, or are you invested to try to make some extra money??

    I am personally investing to make money. I couldn't care less about weed. I entered this stock to try to be more open-minded, and "diversify", but it's been my worst mistake ever. I continue in this stock now just to make back, and hopefully some profits so I can say I didn't COMPLETELY waste my time here, nor waste the funds that basically sat on "lay-away" trying to get it.
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    Greg
    Wouldn’t it be great to here from analysts like the one from Raymond James regarding the Rose acquisition right about now?

    On August 16, Village Farms (NASDAQ: VFF) (TSX: VFF) announced their entrance into the US market with an acquisition of Balanced Health Botanicals, a CBD company for $75 million. Consideration is to consist of $30 million in cash and 4.7 million in shares, the equivalent of $45 million.
    Balance Health Botanicals is a top-five leading CBD brand, which has done more than $30 million in annual sales with an adjusted EBITDA margin of 15%.
    Village Farms currently has 6 analysts covering the stock with an average 12-month price target of $23.71, or a 103% upside. Out of the 6 analysts, 1 has a strong buy rating and the other 5 have buy ratings. The street high sits at $33.79 from Raymond James, while the lowest comes in at $17.

    Raymond James was the only analyst to raise their 12-month price target from U$26 to U$27 and reiterated their strong buy rating on the name, saying that Village can use their “big box” network to provide synergies.
    Raymond James says that this acquisition shows “another successful step in VFF’s evolution into a proper CPG company, and having the potential to yield plenty of synergy with VFF’s existing operations.”
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    Brick
    Don't know what or how much of anything you guys are smoking, but a quick Google search yields the following:

    Canada legalized weed on Oct.17, 2018.

    As per Yahoo charts, on Oct.17, 2018, VFF High was $7.52 CDN, and Low was $6.75. It closed the day at $7.13.

    So pick your number. If we choose $7.13, since that's somewhere in the middle between high and low:
    $9.25 / $7.13 = 1.2973.

    So it's up about 30% since weed was legalized in Canada.
  • T
    Thomas
    When do you think the shorts will begin to cover? This stock can’t/won’t go much lower. They can’t squeeze much more out of this
    Bullish
  • s
    sami
    There are massive sell in all sectors! Be patient! It will be fixed again! Close stock charts and back next week
  • R
    Random
    Just looked it up. If Ricky bought 4 years ago in December 2017, he would be up over 600%. Must be hard keeping all the lies straight, huh Ricky?
    Bullish
  • j
    joe
    FYI Green Rise Food GRF Achieved record tomato sales of $7.4 million for the third quarter of 2021, a 14% increase over $6.5 million generated in the three-months ended September 30, 2020.
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    l
    Pure sun farms on their Twitter confirmed they are ok and not affected , block out the noise and stay focused, any farmer with millions of sq ft in grow space is worth a lot more than society let’s on. No farms, no food. Existing farm value sky rockets. Company is a growth engine. Watch it grow, it’s a process.
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    sunny
    🍻🍻🍻🍻🍻🍻🍻
    Lithuania, the Parliament passed amendments decriminalizing the possession of cannabis and other substances.

    Thus, possession of small amounts of marijuana without the intention to distribute is no longer criminalized under the Criminal Code, rather, under the Code of Administrative Offences.

    What is a “small quantity” according to the new legislation?

    As reported by La Marihuana, what is “small” varies according to the substance involved. While the maximum allowed for cannabis is 5 grams, that of cocaine and heroin is 0.2 grams.

    Meanwhile, the production, processing, acquisition, possession, transport or shipment of small quantities of psychoactive drugs became punishable by fines (that vary between EUR 50 and EUR 350), and no longer by imprisonment.

    Medical cannabis is legal in Lithuania

    The Lithuanian Parliament legalized medical cannabis in 2017, but the initiative came into force in 2019.

    The bill was enacted by President Dalia Grybauskaite and initiated by Mykolas Majauska, a conservative representative.

    “This is a historic decision that will allow patients to receive the best treatment possible (…) Of course, this does not mean that cannabis will be available in pharmacies to smoke before the disco,” Majauska said.
    Bullish
  • B
    Brick
    I have found before that most of the time VFF is VERY sensitive to bad news/vibes, and has difficulties recovering. Like an old person trying to recover from injury sorta deal.

    In spite that, I will likely hold through the weekend, hoping for a Monday rebound before I sell off.

    Maybe $6 USD will come a lot sooner than expected!!
  • R
    Ray
    Time to buy some
    Bullish
  • B
    BWinston
    Hopefully Mike is buying back some stock in the open market today.
  • B
    Brayden
    ROSE works with many of the best micro and craft growers whom don't have a sales network or full license.
    This is a way for us to make money on dozens of LP's products. As well as providing us a material advantage in that marketplace(as we will know exactly what's selling and for how much). Rose distributes for my favourite craft company Sugarbud. Might be some M&A in that space from VFI.
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    Robert
    In life it’s important to enjoy the journey. For those of us who are long with Village Farms, it’s not about the day to day movement of the stock price, but the consistent and well thought out decisions made by management to better position the company going forward. 30 plus years of learning how to grow quality produce is now paying huge dividends for the company. As Mike has alluded to his competitors short sighted approach and their desire to rush in to markets and situation that they are I’ll prepared for, VFF’s slow and steady drive forward continues and with that growth and prosperity are right around the corner. The future is not far away just a moment in time away. 
  • B
    Bulls and Bears  2007
    What is interesting in this new acquisition besides entry in Quebec? Some of my thoughts…
    We now appear to be in control of both Tilray and Sundial Quebec distribution… next which is most important… why VFF? It would have been only prudent for the target to have reached out to both Tilray and Sundial to entice a bidding war or has the target solely chosen Vff due to the future Vff brings to the table and completely dismissed Tilray and Sundial… I would find it difficult to understand that both these companies would allow distribution control to slip into the hands of a competitor for such a small amount of money and not putting up any fight.
  • R
    Robert
    Whether we get legalization or not there’s companies poised to excell. Trulieve, Green Thumb, Village Farms, Cresco Labs and Curaleaf. Having said that there’s companies that will fail like Canooy, Aurora, Cronos, Hexo and Organigram! 3 years is enough time to show the world what your about!
  • R
    Robert
    The forecast for Village Farms in the 4th quarter are all very similar.
    Earnings Whisper-$70.18/M +.02
    Markets Insider-$68.79/M +.01
    Yahoo Finance-$71.42/M +.03
  • R
    Random
    VFF looks like they'll dominate the Canadian market in the next 12 months. the herd is thinning faster faster anyone could've imagined. HEXO on the brink of bankruptcy, SNDL on the brink of delisting, CGC has more management turnover, and ACB is... well... they're ACB. This is the only safe place for your money if you wanna invest in the Canadian cannabis sector.
    Bullish
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