Top Pot Stocks for the Next Generation of Cannabis Products

It’s time for a new chapter in pot investing. In 2018, cannabis stocks soared as the market rushed to take advantage. Last year, the tides turned, as valuations came down from nosebleed levels. In 2020, the story will evolve again, even if few investors are prepared. The biggest shift will be a newfound appreciation for novel cannabis form factors. In…

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3 Stocks That Could Benefit Immensely as Cannabis Edibles Get Set to Hit Shelves

New regulations that will make cannabis edibles legal for recreational consumption are expected to come into effect this October, but Canadians shouldn’t expect actual product to hit their local shelves and online dispensaries until closer to December, industry experts say. Still, the market for cannabis edibles will represent a brand-new, untapped market — one that could reach potentially as much…

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Cannabis E-Commerce Platform, Dutchie Hauls In $15 Million Series A Funding From Star-Studded Investors Like Seth Kleiman, Snoop Dogg, and Kevin Durant

Dutchie is engaged as an e-commerce platform focusing on connecting cannabis dispensaries with consumers. The platform enables adult cannabis users to purchase product for pickup or delivery. Founded in 2017, Dutchie is based out of Bend, Oregon. Through partnering up with top dispensaries, Dutchie’s platform aims to streamline the cannabis purchasing process, while also giving retailers a chance to take…

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Canndescent Raises $27.50 Million in Series C Funding Led By Green Acre Capital

Canndescent is engaged as a California-based ultra-premium cannabis company. The cannabis company became the first in the world to effectively move away from traditional marijuana strains in favor of “effects-based cannabis.” Among the various effects offered include: Calm, Cruise, Create, Connect, and Charge. Canndescent became California’s top-selling luxury cannabis flower brand in 2017 and has since expanded its product offering…

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Here’s Why Cannabis Derivative Products Could Turn Out to Be the Next Big Thing

While still not legal yet within Canada for recreational consumption, the official legalization of cannabis derivative products appears to be right around the corner. In this post, I’ll explain why nearly 12 months after recreational cannabis legalization, the market for derivative applications like edibles, oils, beverages, and creams could prove to be absolutely mind-blowing. Last month, Health Canada released its…

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