A scrappy pioneer industry like cannabis attracts CEOs with diverse backgrounds.
On August 30, 2019 Plus Products (PLUS.C) released its unaudited financial & operational results for the three and six months ended June 30, 2019, expressed in U.S. Dollars.
“British Columbia has long been considered the cannabis capital of Canada,” states Global News, “but new numbers from Statistics Canada show that reputation is in jeopardy”.
On August 19, 2019 GTEC Holdings (GTEC.C) announced that its 100% owned Tumbleweed Farms has been granted a “Standard Cultivation, Processing and Medical Sales Licences, pursuant to the Cannabis Act and Regulations by Health Canada.”
Vapen MJ (VAPN.C) – cannabis still a better biz than clothing (GOOS.T) (ANF.NYSE) (AEO.NYSE) (M.NYSE)
The fluorescent red kelp you see floating in today’s ocean of rouge (DJIA -774 points) is the plummeting share price of big-cap clothing companies.
The Green Organic Dutchman (TGOD.T), one of Canada’s leading premium cannabis growers, is looking to broaden its investor base with a Nasdaq exchange listing.
Some days I wish I was a “pure numbers guy”, so I could dispassionately analyze financial data – and base my investment decisions solely on that. But I’m not that guy.
U.S. cannabis laws are a complex web of inconsistencies, but 1933 Industries (TGIF.C) appears to have cracked the code; the company has not only managed to grow its profile in every pot segment that matters, but has delivered a diversified business model that allows it to be active in virtually every state.
A buxom ex-girlfriend once claimed that she didn’t reach puberty until the age of 17 – and then grew her breasts to full maturity “over a long weekend”.
On May 15, 2019 TransCanna (TCAN.C) announced an L.O.I with Tres Ojos Naturals, to acquire the branding asset package, Soldaze, which produces cannabis-infused fruit snacks in California.