Marijuana and Cannabis Stocks Listings Updated

In order to make money, investors need information. Currently there are around 300 companies trading in the marijuana and cannabis sector, do you know who they are? For those Canadian companies trading, many will also have a U.S. stock symbol which will facilitate trading in the United States. We provide both symbols for our subscribers. We have recently completed some updates, revisions, etc. which we will share with you below, but, we highly encourage you to join us at Marijuana Speculator to get the entire list of all companies trading. In Canada the shares may be listed on either the Toronto Exchange TSX (.TO), the TSX Venture (.V), or the Canadian Stock Exchange (.CSE). For only $20 a month you will have access to our database of all companies trading which is sortable by company name, symbol and market capitalization. Our databases will link you directly to the companies websites and … Continue reading

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Greetings Marijuana Speculators, The lucrative legal marijuana industry continues to experience an explosion in investment potential. This multi-billion dollar industry can help power your portfolio to outrageous gains as its growth is forecast to explode even further over the next several years. Serious investors in this investment sector, especially now with the rapidly changing news, are being presented with some really exciting opportunities. With tens of thousands of stocks to invest in; it can be difficult to locate ones of particular interest. We at MarijuanaSpeculator.com have developed a system to stay on top of your favorite industry with a listing of all the current companies that have stocks available for investments. Our carefully updated data provides you with the best overall view of the industry and removes companies that leave the industry or no longer fit our proprietary models. Subscribers to Marijuana Speculator receive up to date alerts on major … Continue reading

5 ‘SHARK TANK’ STARS GIVE ADVICE ON INVESTING IN THE POT INDUSTRY

5 ‘SHARK TANK’ STARS GIVE ADVICE ON INVESTING IN THE POT INDUSTRY By Sativa Von Teese  September 28, 2016 After seven seasons of listening to entrepreneurial ideas—some strokes of genius, others disasters—there’s one pitch that the “Shark Tank” investors have yet to hear: a marijuana business.To celebrate the show’s season eight premiere, Entrepreneur‘s West Coast editor Kim Lachance Shandrow sat down with Kevin O’Leary, Barbara Corcoran, Robert Herjavec, Mark Cuban and Lori Greiner to pick their brains about the cannabis industry.Here’s what those investment “Sharks” had to say: Kevin O’Leary Net Worth: $300 million PHOTO COURTESY OF ABC’S SHARK TANK “I would love to invest in the marijuana industry. I’ve looked at four different deals, but my lawyers tell me I can’t because we need a better mandate. There’s a RICO statute in the way. I’ll land my plane in Florida and I’ll get arrested because I invested in something in Colorado. I can’t … Continue reading

How to Invest in Canadian Cannabis Stocks

April 9, 2017 at 10:04 am by Alan Brochstein, CFA Editors Note: Staying a breast of these fast markets in the cannabis space is very challenging and time consuming. We suggest you also take a subscription with Alan Brochstein, at 420Investor.com. Alan is literally the ‘boots on the ground’ in the cannabis space. Highly respected and in touch with the management of companies he recommends. With Canada set to make history this week by tabling legislation to make the nation the first G-7 country to legalize cannabis for adult use, many investors are focusing on the market. 33 companies hold 41 licenses issued by Health Canada under ACMPR to cultivate or sell cannabis, and 11 of these trade publicly on either the CSE, the TSX Venture or the TSX, with several others prepared to begin trading this month. Each of these stocks can be bought by anyone who has an account that permits the … Continue reading

First pot-focused fund lets Americans legally invest in marijuana - KVOA Tucson News

First pot-focused fund lets Americans legally invest in marijuana KVOA Tucson News It’s been difficult for Americans to legally invest in the world’s booming marijuana business but a new online fund will let you do it at the click of a mouse. Canadians are bringing a new meaning to the term “investor high,” with the world’s first … In Case You Missed It, Lawmakers Just Introduced 3 New Marijuana …Bloomington Pantagraph Medical Cannabis Stock News: Canada House (CSE: $CHV) Announces its Acquisition of Knalysis Technologies Inc …MilTech Will Canada legalise marijuana this week?Capital & Conflict all 79 news articles Continue Reading … Continue reading

The Election Trade: Cannabis Stocks Continue to Rally

October 18, 2016 Technical420 Cannabis stocks continue to run higher and this rally has shown no signs of stopping with the election less than a month away. Legal cannabis is coming and the election will be one of the most significant event-driven catalysts for cannabis stocks as a record number of states are voting on some form of legal cannabis. With California voting on legal recreational marijuana and a legal medical marijuana initiative on the ballot in Florida, the elections represent a watershed moment for the cannabis industry. Cannabis Ballot Initiatives Ahead in the Polls   Not only are a record number of states voting on legal cannabis, but the polls show that legal cannabis is leading in every state where there is such an initiative on the ballot. The legal cannabis industry has gained a lot of ground in the last two years but we are still in the … Continue reading

How Cannabis Could Turn the Opioid Epidemic Around

BAILEY RAHN Those fortunate enough to only know the word “opioid” outside the context of personal tragedy may not realize what this addiction looks like up close. Opioid abuse is a scary-sounding statistic, with something to the tune of 19,000 Americans dying of overdose in 2014 alone, and a four-fold increase in opioid prescriptions written since 1999. But for Stephen Mandile, an army veteran who served in the U.S. military for seven years before injury dismissed him, opioids represent a decade of struggle with pain – the kind of physical and emotional pain that has you leaning against the fence between life and death, wondering what could possibly be worse than an existence that seems a mockery of the word “life.” “I was getting about two hours of sleep every few days, not caring about anything except for my next dose,” Mandile said. “Counting my pills all day to make … Continue reading

Be prepared for a wild ride if you invest in marijuana stocks - CNBC

Be prepared for a wild ride if you invest in marijuana stocks CNBC Public companies in the cannabis business are a highly speculative bunch. Most shares trade over the counter and do not have to file audited financial reports with regulators. In 2014, the Securities and Exchange Commission suspended five cannabis … and more Continue Reading … Continue reading

The Next Big Cannabis IPO

October 14, 2016 By: John Stewart Play Interview   The Canadian cannabis industry continues to be a top place to invest as medical cannabis is legal at the Federal level and here, you will hear from John Stewart of Emblem Corp and learn about a federally licensed producer of medical cannabis that is going public in November. Michael Berger:  Joining us today is John Stewart, the President of Emblem Pharmaceuticals.  How are you doing today, John? John Stewart:  I’m doing well, thanks for asking, Michael, and, more importantly, thank you for the invitation to participate in your show. Michael Berger: We’re very happy to have you on.  Today, we’re going to focus on Emblem Corp, a licensed medical cannabis producer in Canada.  John, can you tell us a little bit about Emblem, its three divisions, as well as some of the goals you have for Emblem Pharmaceuticals? John Stewart:  Sure, … Continue reading

Leak Reveals Clinton Promised Bankers To Stand Against Marijuana Legalization

Katelyn Baker October 12, 2016 WikiLeaks has arguably been the most important thing that has happened to elections, if not the veneer of democracy, in quite a long time. We’ve been able to see the true side of politicians and bureaucrats like never before. In Hillary Clinton, we see a figure beholden to Wall St., working diligently to advance the influence of financial corporations over government policy and taxpayer money. Her mega-donor list is a who’s who of megabanks that also happened to benefit from the TARP government bailout. In return for their money, Clinton gave speeches to Wall St. giants behind closed doors between 2013 and 2015. She told Goldman Sachs she was “far removed” from ordinary people and that “you need both a public and a private position.” Clinton has vacillated terribly on the issue of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), which is a gift to her donors but … Continue reading