The Supreme Cannabis Company (FIRE.T) completed its first international cannabis shipment from Canada into Israel today.
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Ontario-based Supreme Cannabis (FIRE.T) released its Q2 2020 financials today and there were few surprises contained in its pages, bar perhaps the size of the quarterly loss. At a $17.3 million net loss after taxes (and a $10.4 million loss in adjusted EBITDA terms), FIRE shares fell in value below the $0.40 mark it's been hovering around for some time, a 5% drop in real terms. Previous quarters had seen smaller losses, even come close to break even. But even the rosiest-eyed fanboy would have expected these numbers to be rough, considering the CEO change and staff layoffs announced earlier in the year. We predicted as much a week ago.
Large Canadian cannabis licensed producer Supreme Cannabis (FIRE.T) told the markets they're laying off around 30% of their staff today, days before their next quarterly financials are released and with the dust still settling after their recent CEO change. To the casual observer, this might appear to be a sign of desperation, that the sky is falling in Kincardine, Ontario, and the owner of the esteemed 7 Acres brand was making some sort of last ditch effort to stave off Armageddon. It ain't that.
Cannabis companies take a leaf from the baseball playbook, but sacking CEOs at Supreme (FIRE.T) and Experion (EXP.V) won’t placate the masses
The bodies of cannabis company CEOs are starting float down river. Honey, the CEOs ain't the problem. Name one weed company CEO any other company would hire... I'll wait.
Like the old Twilight Zone episode where helpful aliens leave behind a book called 'To Serve Man', only for us to find out later it's a cookbook, investors have been welcomed and fattened up nicely by alpha predators as they unwittingly await their slaughter, not realizing that, they're at the predator's table because they're the main course.
Listen up, true believers – Canopy Growth Corp (WEED.T) will not be rewarding your love any time soon.
When legal cannabis came to the public markets, it was all about how much flower you could grow. Now the sector is evolving into a world of retail with edibles, oils and downstream products. What will the market be like when Cannabis 2.0 hits?
Yesterday, weed stocks were generally green. The day before too. This brought about a load of folks on social media talking about how ‘cannabis is back!’ and ‘the bear market is over!’
The following is very real, first-hand account of one explorer’s exploits around the world in pursuit of the finest cannabis flowers the Earth has to offer. Never before has such a journey been attempted…until now.
“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”.
Most big LPs followed Canopy Growth’s (WEED.T) road to hell… Supreme (FIRE.T) is running the other way
Last week, after telling investors they weren’t going to release their quarterly financials until 8pm Eastern, Canopy Growth Corp (WEED.T) pulled a fast one and tossed them out early, likely expecting we weed investor types would be home asleep, stoned, trying to figure out which Indian joint could deliver a biryani to our laps,when their numbers actually dropped.