Last week, one of 1933 Industries’ (TGIF.C) executives was named a High Time’s Women of Weed honoree alongside 20 other women in the cannabis space making “change, progress, and advances in their fields.”
I love it when the market is busy fighting over inflated market caps, because I’m a Moneyball guy. I like value, and while a lot of money has moved toward Canadian cannabis operators in recent years, the size of the market down south is only now starting to become clear.
This week has been a big one in the cannabis sector. In this edition of Equity.Guru’s cannabis roundup, we’ll be covering the latest news from Livewell (LVWL.V), TransCanna (TCAN.C), Ascent Industries, The Green Organic Dutchman (TGOD.T) and iAnthus (IAN.C).
On March 12, 2019 New Jersey legislators joined Democratic Governor Phil Murphy to announce a bill legalising adult-use marijuana in the Garden State.
This week, MedMen (MMEN.C) attempted to shine a light on a wall to distract folks from their ongoing lawsuits and revelations of free spending, bonus-enriched execs, by revealing a flashy new commercial/short film, directed by award winning movie auteur Spike Jonze, about the history of cannabis.
People sometimes ask me for advice. The two questions I’m asked most are, ‘What stock is going up next’ and ‘Why should I listen to you?’
On February 20, 2019 iAnthus Capital Holdings (IAN.C) announced that it has opened a 2nd New York dispensary, Citiva Hudson Valley – located in the Dutchess County town of Wappingers Falls.
Ianthus Capital Holdings (IAN.C) has expanded its reach over the United States cannabis markets with the acquisition of MPX Bioceutical.
Back in the day, Over-the-Counter (OTC) stocks (“pink sheets) were to regulated markets – what Harvey Weinstein is now to gender relations.
On January 15, 2019 – at the somewhat unusual time of 6 p.m. EST, iAnthus Capital (IAN.C) and MPX Bioceutical (MPX.C) jointly announced that MPX holders had voted overwhelmingly to approve a deal whereby iAnthus will acquire all of MPX shares in an all-stock transaction valued at $835 million.