Pot Stocks Gearing Up For Strong 2018 As Cannabis CBD Frenzy Intensifies

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FLORIDA:  The hemp, cannabis and marijuana industry is booming while more and more retail investors are really taking notice. According to Cowen & Co., legal marijuana sales in the U.S. have the opportunity to reach $50 billion annually by 2026, with cannabis research firm ArcView projecting compound annual growth of 26% in North America through 2021. The cannabidiol (CBD) market Read the full article…

Small Cannabis Companies Capitalize on Market Growth

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NEW YORK: The Cannabis Sector has been heating up for a number of years now. In the past few years, there has been a huge surge in new companies stepping in because of user growth. According to a Gallup poll on August 8th, 2016, one in eight U.S. adults say they smoke marijuana. The report elaborates even Read the full article…

North American Cannabis Announces National Rollout of AmeriCanna Cafes

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TEXAS: North American Cannabis Holdings thinks its cannabis-themed cafes could be the next big thing in fast food.  The company today announced its $2 million AmeriCanna Cafe 12-month revenue rollout plan targeting multi-brand quick-serve restaurant operators. In a first step toward developing a cannabis themed restaurant for the health conscious consumer, North American Cannabis Holdings last year acquired a fitness Read the full article…

Trudeau’s Victory Could Be A Major Boon To Canada’s Marijuana Industry

With the announcement of the new Liberal government late Monday evening, stocks for Canada’s top three medical marijuana producers increased sharply Tuesday.

CANADA: Justin Trudeau’s historic Liberal victory could be a big win for Canadian’s medical marijuana industry as Trudeau’s previous pledge to “legalize and regulate” could increase a burgeoning sector of the country’s economy. With the announcement of the new Liberal government late Monday evening, stocks for Canada’s top three medical marijuana producers increased sharply Tuesday. Read the full article…

Delusional Confidence? A Report From The Marijuana Investor Summit

All were convinced that the ongoing legalization of marijuana has created an opportunity for people with a high tolerance for risk to make a killing.

COLORADO: “When we want to raise capital,” Dooma Wendschuh, the thirty-eight-year-old co-founder of a cannabis company called ebbu, said, “I go up to someone and say, ‘Would you like to invest in my company? Here’s how it will work. One: you may go to prison for making this investment. Two: I may go to prison, and Read the full article…

Will Marijuana Stocks Soar In 2015?

2015 could be the year marijuana investors become more selective, picking and choosing the best-in-breed plays and ignoring those with the most question marks.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA:  Marijuana stocks have been some of the market’s top performers this past year as investor optimism has soared. However, that impressive run might not carry over into 2015, at least not for all companies. That’s because 2015 could be the year marijuana investors become more selective, picking and choosing the best-in-breed plays Read the full article…

Fraudsters Target Pot Stocks

Marijuana enforcement officials are beginning undercover sting operations to make sure legal pot stores aren't selling to minors.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA:  Wall Street cops are scrambling to weed out fraudsters preying on the fledgling world of corporate marijuana as voters legalize the drug in more states and cities. Publicly traded cannabis businesses are a new vehicle for stock scammers promising big returns. And the number of cases could grow as more regions loosen Read the full article…

Bloom Off Of Pot Stocks On Wall Street

marijuana mania continues to fade as investors realize there's more smoke than fire at many companies, which show "pot-tential" but little actual revenue.

NEW YORK: Wall Street seems to be losing its appetite for pot. Marijuana stocks were high flyers — so to speak — after Colorado and Washington states legalized pot sales and several other states announced they may legalize sales or decriminalize possession. Shares in about 20 marijuana-related companies began soaring, with some gaining more than 500% Read the full article…

O.PenVape: ‘Google of Marijuana’ NOT Publicly Traded

CEO Todd Mitchem told CNBC Open Vape sells its cartridges for as much as $40 a pop and that it receives about 270,000 orders a month. Mitchem also told CNBC, as they toured O.PenVape's offices, that the company grew 1600% in 2013 and he believes it will become "the Google of cannabis."

NEW YORK: Message to pot stock speculators: O.PenVape, the company featured on CNBC in a feature about the marijuana industry, is a private and not publicly traded. So if you are buying shares in a pot stock this morning, it is NOT stock in O.PenVape. On Wednesday evening, CNBC aired an hour-long feature ‘Marijuana in America: Colorado Pot Rush,’ which included interviews with a handful Read the full article…

The Business of Legal Marijuana: People Are Getting Rich, Should You Get In?

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NEW YORK:  The line stretched nearly around the block. To people passing by on New Year’s Day, it looked like a queue for the latest iPhone release or for tickets to a Justin Timberlake concert. Few onlookers strolling down Denver’s 16th Street Mall, the epicenter of the state capital’s tourist industry, would have guessed they Read the full article…