Considering investing in the cannabis sector? The sector has seen enormous gains and made early investors very wealthy. The demand for legal weed will continue to grow following its legalization. For those looking for good names, here are 10 marijuana companies that you should consider.
He has looked at the US or niche producers in Canada. This would be the best of the Canadian producers, though. He feels they will be the dominant leader without question.
Don't buy cannabis stocks here. Their earnings just aren't there. You can buy good value companies at discounts to book value so why go for this one. Move on. It is an opportunity to upgrade your portfolio.
Some of the downside momentum in the sector has stopped. This is certainly one of the companies he would look at. It looks like they are executing and growing.
Careful buying any weed stocks. Hard to get a handle on valuations here. Hexo has a deal with Molson-Coors to produce a cannabis beverage. No weed company is attractive. He'd rather buy a Canadian or American bank which hold real value.
(A Top Pick Oct 04/18, Down 87%) A perfect example on staying atop your stocks. He sold around $9.88. Never fund to sell on a loss, and he did and that saved a lot of money.
He is hesitant to look into the social media companies related to the cannabis sector. He does not believe there is enough defensible on the technology side to say data gathering is a beneficial business in this space yet.
He has owned it for some time. It will take time for oversupply in the industry to work its way through the market. It is sad for people to be laid off but management needed to take actions for their balance sheet. They should be one of the leaders in the future.
This company has a lot of scientific research to support the health care aspects of cannabis. They also have extensive experience in low cost farming economics as part of their partnership with Village Farms (VFF-T).
Go all in into this? Don't go all in into any cannabis stock, a sector that hasn't shown earnings yet. He has a convertible debenture of Supreme, who have executed well. But this space is now under tremendous pressure, ever since legalization.
You can also choose a Marijuana-related ETF but the industry is still small and Marijuana ETFs are not well diversified so if you have the time, you might be better picking the individual names.
The yield is not a dividend. Because of M&A, there is a capital distribution every year. Long term CBDs are going to be a big part of the future. It could be an election issue in the US. These companies don't make any money so it is speculative. He likes it longer term.