3 Marijuana Stocks That Could Go Up in Smoke

The potential to use marijuana as a treatment for various diseases doesn't guarantee marijuana stocks will keep going higher.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA:  The potential to use marijuana as a treatment for various diseases has captured the attention of doctors, patients, and investors, but that doesn’t guarantee marijuana stocks will keep going higher. In fact, there are plenty of reasons why marijuana stocks could stumble. Read on to learn why our Motley Fool experts think Read the full article…

MJX Marijuana Index To Feature NYSE Distribution With 3 Unique Tickers

The legalized marijuana business is likely to hit $10 billion in 2015 alone.

CALIFORNIA: MJX Marijuana Index has been acquired by MJX Ventures, through a new partnership with Interactive Data, a global leader in asset valuations, data, and index management.  According to press releases, MJX Marijuana Index will now feature three unique NYSE tickers with distribution on NYSE’s index system. Combined with robust third-party data feeds provided by Interactive 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…

Marijuana Stocks Hit Highs After Colorado Legal Pot Sales

Investors took the huge lines outside pot retailers in Colorado as a harbinger of potential growth in the still-new industry.

NEW YORK: Stocks of companies involved in the marijuana industry — medical or otherwise — hit fresh highs Thursday after Colorado launched the first legal US sale of recreational pot. Investors took the huge lines outside pot retailers in Colorado as a harbinger of potential growth in the still-new industry. With one study predicting a $10 Read the full article…