Cannapocalypse: Version 2 I think Canopy Growth ($CGC) and Aurora Cannabis ($ACB) should notify the makers of the Oxford English Dictionary that the word “earnings” has been redefined to mean “losses”. Both firms have been supposed “leaders” in the industry, and have let stakeholders down in the past quarter.
Listen up, true believers – Canopy Growth Corp (WEED.T) will not be rewarding your love any time soon.
Delta 9 Cannabis (DN.T) is a true farm to front-counter Canadian LP which, despite suffering from sidelong market trends, is making real headway towards profitability.
Finding the right model to sell your game is a huge problem for video game retailers. Retail models still make sense for console games, because they can draw in eyeballs wandering through the mall and hit them with that sweet impulse buy. But subscription models are picking up here as well, as my credit card can attest. There’s always the ubiquitous advertising mode, which we’ll get into later. Most games, though, include a mix of revenue models. For example, in Elder Scrolls Online MMO you pay for a monthly subscription, but if you want the baddest mounts, weapons and whatnot, you whip out your credit card.
Isracann Biosciences (IPOT.C), an Israel-based cannabis play, has engaged the services of LinC by Growing Smart to draw a project roadmap for their proposed 230,000 square foot production facility.