Investors: 1 Cannabis Stock That Is Undervalued

We have seen cannabis stocks crash and burn over the last 12 months. The high valuations of cannabis companies spooked investors, resulting in massive sell-offs after recreational sales were legalized last October. Though stocks have significantly corrected and are trading well below the 52-week lows, many of them are still expensive. The high growth rates of cannabis stocks have sent…

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Two Cannabis Penny Stocks to Consider Buying

Some cannabis companies have already made a few lucky investors rich. For instance, Canopy Growth Corp (TSX:WEED)(NYSE:CGC) was worth just a couple of dollars in early 2016, but the firm’s shares are now worth about $35 (at writing). You aren’t likely to find such returns in many places on equity markets, or anywhere else for that matter. There are currently…

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The Top Value Stock in Cannabis

Investors who have wanted to get into the cannabis industry the last few years may not have had the chance due to the astronomical valuations. While some could argue the prices for these companies are justified because of the incredible growth potential, it is still tough paying billions of dollars for companies that barely have $100 million in revenue. There…

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TFSA Investors: After Dropping Almost 50%, Is Canopy Growth (TSX:WEED) Stock Finally a Good Buy?

One year after legalization, Canopy Growth (TSX:WEED)(NYSE:CGC) still has got a lot of work to do to grow into its valuation and to secure its spot in the rapidly growing marijuana industry. The last year has not been good to cannabis stocks, as the bubble has finally burst, leaving shareholders reeling and potential investors spooked. Naturally, a 50% drop in share…

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2 Underrated Pot Stocks to Buy Ahead of Cannabis 2.0

The bear came for cannabis stocks in the late spring and summer, but this has also created an opportunity for investors looking to jump into the fledgling sector. Many of the top producers still carry high valuations, but there are still mid-tier cannabis companies available that can be had for a bargain. Today, we’re going to take a snapshot of…

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Millennials: Can Cannabis Stocks Still Make You a Millionaire?

The meteoric rise in cannabis stocks has minted many new millionaires. I’m not just talking about the stakeholders in large producers like Bruce Linton and Terry Booth. No, cannabis has been an electric source of growth for many fresh-faced investors in the latter half of this decade. Millennials were known for their fondness of the cannabis trade early on. A…

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2 Great Cannabis Stocks for New Investors

Two interconnected cannabis stocks are currently hot investments. But which stock should new investors buy for capitals gains? Let’s take a quick look at Canopy Growth (TSX:WEED)(NYSE:CGC) and spin-off company Canopy Rivers (TSX:RIV) to see which one belongs in a starter Canadian cannabis stock portfolio today. The future “Coca Cola” of cannabis? Canopy Growth is still one of the major…

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All Eyes on Aurora Cannabis’s (TSX:ACB) Upcoming Earnings

Cannabis investors will be closely watching how Aurora Cannabis (TSX:ACB)(NYSE:ACB) performs in its upcoming earnings. Aurora is a cannabis heavyweight, and a lot will depend on its quarterly performance. In case Aurora misses analyst guidance or estimates, expect the stock to decline significantly, dragging peer cannabis shares lower as well. However, if it manages to outperform estimates and provide robust…

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Investors: 2 Risky Cannabis Stocks You Need to Avoid

Yesterday, I wrote about why cannabis stocks might be attractive to investors. The upcoming legalization of edibles is likely to drive investor optimism and might boost cannabis stocks. But there are always stocks that are risky to invest in. Let’s look at a couple of them here. CannTrust Holdings CannTrust Holdings (TSX:TRST)(NYSE:CTST) is one such risky stock among cannabis companies.…

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Are Naysayers Right About Aphria (TSX:APHA)?

Aphria (TSX:APHA)(NYSE:APHA) is no stranger to controversies and negative publicity. Shares of the cannabis company started tumbling in early December because of alleged insiders’ mischief. A short-seller contends that Aphria is only a shell game with a marijuana business on the side. The charge was that the company bought its LATAM assets at inflated prices. After the Ontario Securities Commission found…

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