Aurora Cannabis – How High Is High???

January 3, 2018 By: Dudley Pierce Baker http://CommonStockWarrants.com For those investors ‘playing’ the marijuana/cannabis sector recent times have been good. You can define ‘recent times’ as a month or two, or in the case of Aurora, merely days. Aurora Cannabis shares and stock warrants trade on the TSX Exchange with the symbols of ACB and ACB.WT. Aurora is literally the talk of the town but our interest here is showing you how the shares and stock warrants have performed as of today’s close by the following charts. The common shares have risen since October from C$3.00 to today’s close of C$14.18. A wonderful gain of 373%. However, the real action has been in the stock warrants which started trading in late October 2017 could have been bought for C$0.60 in the first week of trading….but then exploded higher ending today’s trading at C$10.25 after hitting an intra day high of C$10.80 for … Continue reading

How to Get a Job in the Marijuana Industry

How to Get a Job in the Marijuana Industry Imagine getting to work in the marijuana industry. It’s a new industry that still needs its pioneers. The possibilities are endless, and best of all, it’s in the freakin’ marijuana industry! Today, we’re going to show you how to get a job in the marijuana industry. And where did we get our information? Straight from the mouths of the people in charge of hiring at various harvesting companies, dispensaries and even some people in the smoking accessories space. Whatever you want to do in the marijuana industry, this guide will teach you what you need to do to get the job. Quick Navigation How can Someone Improve their Chance at Getting a Job in the Marijuana Industry? Brief History of the Cannabis Job Market Does the Pay Reflect the Market Size? Getting a Job Working as a Grower Getting a Job … Continue reading

How To Make Marijuana Brownies

How To Make Marijuana Brownies December 26, 2017 Marijuana World News When making ‘marijuana edibles’, you don’t just throw the marijuana buds into the food and chow down, believe it or not. The THC (tetra-hydro-cannibol — the main active ingredient in marijuana) must first be extracted into a butter or oil mixture and then added or cooked with the food. Download Our Free Marijuana Cookbook Here   One of my favorite marijuana edibles to make is without a doubt weed brownies. This article will show you how to make marijuana brownies and extract the THC using butter or oil, however, most brownies recipes ask for oil instead of butter. OIL Method – What You Need 1. Oil (any other than olive oil) 2. 7 grams of any indica or sativa marijuana (Some that i recommend are Barneys Farm G13 Haze, Green House Seeds Cheese, or LA Confidential) 3. A Grinder 4. A Filter (coffee filter, pasta strainer) 5. Brownie … Continue reading

Where Can Investors Find Stock Warrants (Options) On Marijuana Stocks?

December 26, 2017 By Dudley Pierce Baker Investors in the marijuana and cannabis sector might be surprised to know that there are stock warrants trading on several of the companies.  For those not familiar with stock warrants they are very similar to stock options. The principal differences being that stock warrants are a security issued by the company and the options are a derivative and written/created by other investors. Typically call options have a maximum life of 12 months where stock warrants frequently have a life from 2 to 5 years. If you want more information on stock warrants I encourage you to visit http://CommonStockWarrants.com to receive a Free copy of The Stock Warrant Handbook, Your Personal Guide to Trading Stock Warrants. Currently there are 6 stock warrants trading on very interesting companies in the marijuana/cannabis space. There are only two places that you will find the details on these stock warrants: Common Stock Warrants provides a detailed … 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

VPOR Shares Are On Fire With New Easy Grinder ™

NewGen Concepts, Inc., formerly Vapor Group, Inc., VPOR, Reports First Production Run of 20,000 Units of Easy Grinder ™ Is Sold Out   Editors Note: VPOR shares have been on fire albeit at a very low price level, but in our opinion this could be a monumental opportunity if the company can continue to execute on their business plans. Shares are still High Risk, but High Opportunity. In full disclosure, we are owners of VPOR at lower prices.   NewGen Concepts, Inc., formerly Vapor Group, Inc. (OTC Pink: VPOR), (“Company”), reports that its initial production run of Easy Grinder™ scheduled to produce 20,000 units which will produce over $1,000,000 in gross revenue is sold out due to exceedingly strong retail and re-seller pre-orders and reservations. Online demand isincreasing daily and wholesale distribution requests are now arriving from re-sellers in Europe. The Company believes that such international demand for Easy Grinder™ is … Continue reading

The Future of Cannabis Investing

Source: Tom Beck for Streetwise Reports  (2/3/17) The cannabis industry attained new highs in 2016, paving the way for some big changes this year, says Tom Beck, senior editor of Portfolio Wealth Global. New Frontier Data Four states in the U.S. voted in favor of legalization on November 8th of 2016, and it was expected that the cannabis market would rake in over $6.7 billion from the U.S. alone in 2016. It only gets better from here. For starters, sales of cannabis are set to rise to $22.8 billion in the U.S. by 2020. The graph above captures the rollicking growth rate of the market. Portfolio Wealth Global sees this as a dam bursting, but the magnitude of the moment is understated—that’s because even top hedge fund managers still don’t have a handle on whom the top dogs are, and that’s exactly the opportunity we see in building strong relationships with … Continue reading

The Cannabis Market That Could Grow 700% By 2020

Debra Borchardt , CONTRIBUTOR I write about retail and cannabis. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. Cannabidiol (CBD) is the part of the cannabis plant that doesn’t get you “high” like the THC side of the plant. It is typically used for health reasons instead of for recreational purposes. The CBD products are either derived from industrial hemp plants or marijuana plants. The Hemp Business Journal estimated that the CBD market will grow to a $2.1 billion market in consumer sales by 2020 with $450 million of those sales coming from hemp-based sources. That’s a 700% increase from 2016. In 2015, the market for consumer sales of hemp-derived CBD products was $90 million, plus another $112 million in marijuana-derived CBD products which were sold through dispensaries – bringing a total CBD market to $202 million last year. Matt Karnes of Greenwave Advisors is even more optimistic about the … Continue reading

Bernie Sanders Supports Cannabis Legalization Initiative in California

        May 27, 2016 The United States’ most left sided candidate in the presidential race recently supported the cannabis legalization act in California, also known as the Adult Use of Marijuana Act; bringing success to the “Let’s Get It Right, California” campaign. “You’ve got a pretty good ballot initiative coming up in November,” Sanders said to people in California when talking about cannabis policy a few weeks ago. Sanders put down the fact that young people have criminal records for marijuana while those working on Wall Street were never put away after ruining the economy. Recently, Sanders only reiterated that, but louder. “I do not live in California,” the Vermont senator said at a rally. “But if I lived in California, I would vote ‘yes’ to legalize marijuana.” Out of all the presidential candidates, Bernie Sanders is the largest supported of marijuana law reform. He claims that … Continue reading

2016 Will Be Marijuana’s Big Year

December 28, 2015 Debra Borchardt , CONTRIBUTOR     2015 was a pretty amazing year for the progress in the legalization of marijuana. Four states and the District of Columbia legalized recreational marijuana, many states decriminalized it and several more states approved of medical marijuana. But for all the advances made in 2015, the year was seen as a run up to 2016, where the presidential election is expected to ramp up the legalization landscape. In Congress, there are expectations for a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on the CARERS Act (S. 683 or H.R. 1538). This bill, sponsored by Cory Booker, Kirsten Gillibrand, Dean Heller and presidential candidate Rand Paul is a comprehensive medical marijuana piece of legislation. It would allow states to legalize medical marijuana without federal interference and reschedule marijuana to a schedule II drug. It would eliminate barriers to research and allow banks to work with marijuana … Continue reading