This Pot Stock Is Capitalizing on the Bear Market

Every pot stock has been crushed. The marijuana bear market of 2019 sent cannabis ETFs down by more than 50%. The coronavirus bear market of 2020 has compounded the damage. Pot demand continues to grow. That’s not the issue. In 2019, the problem was commoditization. Tilray sent the industry into a nosedive last summer when it reported a pricing collapse.…

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Will Cannabis Stocks Prove Defensive in a COVID-19-Induced Recession?

Cannabis stocks took a beating during a coronavirus-induced market crash that deepened in March amid heightened and legitimate investor fears of a near-term economic recession. My prior proposition was that the marijuana industry could prove resilient during economic down turns. Will cannabis stocks prove defensive? Cannabis-resilient… like alcohol? Beer and alcohol demand usually remains strong during economic downturns, which makes…

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This Pot Stock Could Benefit From a Recession

While the coronavirus collapse has hit the market hard, one pot stock could actually gain from the turmoil. When cannabis stocks were surging in 2018, investors were expecting growth across the board. By 2019, most companies had seen their valuations fall by at least 50%. Many marijuana producers were building grow facilities for the first time, and revenue forecasts turned…

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2 Pot Stocks That Can Survive the Coronavirus Crash

Pot stocks were crushed during the 2019 marijuana downturn. The 2020 coronavirus pandemic has made a bad situation worse. Many investors are hoping that the coronavirus crash will be a brief affair. Encouraging data points from China and South Korea prove that the pandemic can be contained, but countries like the U.S. and Canada could be weeks or months away…

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1 Pot Stock to Buy and 1 to Sell During the Bear Market

Pot companies surged in 2018. Many stocks doubled or tripled in value. By 2019, fortunes reversed, with nearly every marijuana producer falling by at least 50%. 2020 was supposed to be a rebound year. The coronavirus has the potential to upend that promise. The market correction has turned into a full-blown bear market, pushing down equity prices across the board,…

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Now Is the Time to Bet on Pot Stocks

Pot stocks were hammered in 2019. Nearly every company lost at least 50% of its value. Cannabis demand, on the other hand, continues to climb. This disconnect provides patient investors a clear path to profit. As with any early-stage market, investors scrambled at the chance to inject pent-up capital into cannabis companies. In 2018, many pot stocks rose by more…

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We’re Months Away From Bankruptcies in the Cannabis Sector

In early 2019, if someone were to suggest that by the end of 2020, we’d start seeing bankruptcies in Canada’s cannabis sector, you would most certainly have concluded they were smoking something. Here we are a year later, and these concerns don’t seem so far-fetched. Cannabis companies have exhibited a general lack of fiscal prudence over the past year. Examples…

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Why Canopy Growth Is Still the Best Pot Stock

Many times, one might later realize, size really does matter. In the case of Canada’s cannabis sector, Canopy Growth Corp. (TSX:WEED)(NYSE:CGC) is the 800-pound gorilla in the room, which has helped stabilize the company’s valuation relative to its peers recently. Shares of Canopy are down significantly from their peak. However, Canopy shares haven’t decreased in the 80%-90% range like many…

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This Canadian Pot Stock Is Preparing for Exponential Growth

The pot market continues to grow year after year, at least in terms of consumer demand. Canaccord Genuity Group Inc thinks that Canada’s cannabis industry will hit $3.2 billion in sales this year, up from $1.5 billion in 2019. That’s a jump of more than 100%. The U.S. market is also growing rapidly. According to Grand View Research, the legal…

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2 Pot Stocks to Buy, 1 to Avoid

In 2018, every pot stock skyrocketed in value. In 2019, every pot stock plummeted in value. This year, expect the results to be somewhere in the middle, with some stocks performing well, while others struggle to survive. Why will 2020 be a mixed bag for cannabis investors? Looking at the results in 2018, the market was clearly rushing to supply…

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