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.
Tilray (TLRY.Q), TGOD, Acreage (ACRG.U) post awful Q2 financials, but who doesn’t? Canadian system is built to underperform
We’re in the middle of financial season, and that’s proving to be a real rollercoaster. Among companies releasing financials today, Acreage Holdings (ACRG.U), Flower One Holdings (FONE.C), Green Organic Dutchman (TGOD.T) and Tilray.
Shares of Supreme Cannabis (FIRE.T) surged on Tuesday after the premium cannabis grower gave mouth-watering guidance on fiscal fourth-quarter revenue growth, projecting supreme gains in 2020.
In news that will shock nobody who has been paying even the smallest sliver of attention, rock n’roll legend, KISS guitarist, and reality show nimrod Gene Simmons has stepped down from his position as Invictus MD Strategies’ (GENE.V) Chief Evangelist Officer, wishing the company whose stock he has probably finished selling off, a fond farewell.
Supreme Cannabis (FIRE.T) goes on unexpected slide as ETFs re-calibrate, jump CannTrust (TRST.T) 50%
One of the big lessons both a public company CEO and a public company investor have to learn and remember always is, sometimes the market will take you out back and shoot you in the head and it’s not actually your fault, the gods determined that it just had to be done.
GTEC Holdings (GTEC.V), the company behind several ultra-premium craft cannabis brands, has announced that some of its backlogged marijuana licenses have been approved by Health Canada.
Wayland Group (WAYL.C) and ICC Intl (WRLD.U.C) close huge asset deal wait no they don’t argh I’m dying
Investors in currently halted for not being able to put together last year’s financials like real grown up boys Wayland Group (WAYL.C) might have been celebrating today when it was announced their all-share deal to sell 49.9% of their international assets to ICC International (WRLD.U) had closed.
GTEC Holdings Ltd. (GTEC.V), the company behind several craft cannabis brands, has completed a multi-million-dollar acquisition of a pot retailer that will serve as its flagship brick-and-mortar store in Western Canada.
I first heard about the Prairie Records cannabis retail business model mid last year. And my first thought upon seeing it was, this will never be allowed.
“We couldn’t be happier to let registered patients know that they can now buy direct from Bonify, a company that truly puts its customers at the core of everything we do,” said company CEO and President Dalbir Bains, back in June 2018, when the company got its Health Canada cannabis sales license.
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.