Cannabis stocks are very oversold and well overdue for a rally. We point to two of the sub-sectors in Canada's cannabis industry best-positioned to lead the industry higher.
Canada's legal cannabis industry has much to celebrate after Year 1 of the legalization of recreational cannabis. At the top of the list is looking forward to Year 2.
National Access Cannabis, Canada's cannabis retail leader, boasts rapid revenue growth, strong margins, and a dirt-cheap share price for investors.
Raising capital is (temporarily) difficult for the legal cannabis industry. But it's no reason for companies or investors to be panicking.
Cannabis has unparalleled versatility as a soft commodity. It has important applications in some of the world's largest industries. What is the only HARD commodity to have demonstrated similar commercial potential? Crude oil.
California and Canada both have much to offer as cannabis investment jurisdictions. At the moment, however, it's advantage Canada.
As new buying interest moves into the cannabis space, we looked at which U.S.-based companies have been seeing some insider buying (or selling).
With cannabis stocks at a two-year low (despite massive growth in the industry), the investment bankers are now swooping in to invest