The stock market assigns no intrinsic value to the “small beautifully-constructed thing”.
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.
Heritage Cannabis (CANN.C) is back in the headlines Wednesday after announcing plans to acquire a minority stake in EndoCanna, one of California’s leading DNA-testing marijuana companies.
Heritage Cannabis (CANN.C), one of Canada’s fastest-growing vertically integrated marijuana providers, has just completed a bought deal offering of 32.66 million units of CANN shares.
On May 6, 2019 Crop Infrastructure (CROP.C) announced that it has bought a suite of Recreational Cannabis licenses and the 1,012-acre Nevada property in its Elite Ventures Group 49% interest holding.
On April 1, 2019 Westleaf (WL.V) a Calgary-based integrated cannabis company, launched a new marijuana marketplace for the residents of Saskatchewan.