This $400 Million Pot Stock Can Go to $2 Billion

Molson Coors Canada Inc. (TSX:TPX.B)(NYSE:TAP) is one of the most popular brands in Canada. Its market cap exceeds $10 billion, giving it plenty of liquidity to pursue long-term growth opportunities. If you look closely, it’s clear that Molson is about to send shares of one pot stock soaring. It’s important to note that Molson hasn’t entered the marijuana industry directly.…

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2 Canadian Millionaire-Maker Stocks Only Found on the NASDAQ

Canada has had its fair share of millionaire-maker stocks in the past. Some of these companies made people vast fortunes overnight. Two of these stocks, which still exist today, can only be found on the NASDAQ. However, these companies are still Canadian companies, both having their headquarters in the country. These two stocks are Lululemon Athletica (NASDAQ:LULU) and Tilray (NASDAQ:TLRY). Lululemon Athletica…

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TFSA Investors: 3 Reasons to Buy Aphria Stock Today

Cannabis firm Aphria’s (TSX:APHA)(NASDAQ:APHA) stock price rallied to close 9% higher on Monday after W. Andrew Carter, a respected equity analyst at Stifel Financial, upgraded the top marijuana stock from a Hold to a Buy and increased his price target. The analyst’s US$5.90 new price target on APHA shares implied a 26% upside from the company’s previous share price at…

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Pot Stock Alert: This Company Just Spiked 146%

Pot stocks have been a roller coaster ride this year. At the start of 2020, cannabis companies were hit hard by the coronavirus correction. These pressures came after the terrible marijuana bear market of 2019, which saw industry valuations cut in half. Recent weeks, however, have brought much-needed relief. Indeed, some companies are seeing their share prices soar. One of…

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Should Canadians Buy Aphria (TSX:APHA) Stock Today?

The coronavirus market crash is far from over yet. Non-essential sectors now face even brisker headwinds than previously was the case. This is especially the case in an overcrowded and unsettled space like cannabis. The move by the Ontario government to strike the sector from the “essentials” list was disheartening. But for some pot stocks, it could even have proved…

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Why Did HEXO’s Stock Price Fall 26% on Wednesday?

Canadian marijuana producer HEXO‘s (TSX:HEXO)(NYSE:HEXO) stock price fell more than 26% on Wednesday as investors reacted to a news release the company issued that morning. What happened? HEXO announced a $40 million underwritten public offering of its common stock early on Wednesday. The latest offering was priced at $0.77 per share. This is a 20% discount to the previous day’s closing…

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Molson Coors (TSX:TPX.B) Might Buy This Cannabis Stock in 2020

Molson Coors Canada (TSX:TPX.B)(NYSE:TAP) is one of Canada’s most iconic companies. It’s known as a beer stock, but the company could transform into a cannabis stock with a well-timed acquisition in 2020. Molson Coors was formed in 2005 by the merger of Molson of Canada and Coors of the United States, making it the world’s seventh-largest brewer. But its roots…

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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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Is MedMen Stock a Buy After Announcing a Change in Leadership?

It’s not often that you see a stock get a boost in value because its CEO leaves the company, but that’s what happened with MedMen Enterprises (CNSX:MMEN) stock. On Friday, the company announced that CEO and co-founder Adam Bierman would be stepping down and would no longer at the helm as of February 1. Shares of the struggling stock rose…

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Why Did Aurora Cannabis (TSX:ACB) Stock Lose $12 Billion in Value?

Aurora Cannabis (TSX:ACB)(NYSE:ACB) was once the hottest cannabis stock in the world. In 2016, shares tripled. In 2017, they quadrupled. In 2018, the stock hit a high of $14, when just a few years prior, it was valued at $0.50. Last year, everything changed. The bear market of 2019 may ultimately go down as one of the most painful periods in…

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