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Wed
18
Sep

3 weed stocks ready for epic growth

The pot industry is full of unknowns, yet investors are very much into the green rush. Global consumer cannabis spending could touch $16.9 billion this year, and marijuana sales worldwide could top $31.3 billion in 2022.

The optimistic forecast is only three years away. Now is the time to pick the pot stocks that are on the verge of growing in epic proportions.

Wed
18
Sep

U.S. Cannabis Industry Market Projections Up 20% to $30 Billion by 2025

New Frontier Data, the global authority in data, analytics and business intelligence for the cannabis industry, in partnership with

Wed
18
Sep

Hemp is back in Chile, and the market is ready for investment

 

INTERVIEW: Barbara Galletti is co-founder and CEO of Pronatura Ltda., and co-creator of Nutranabis, the first Chilean brand exclusively dedicated to the re-introduction and commercialization of organic hemp products in Chile. Galletti’s work has been crucial in opening Chile’s hemp market by regularizing the process for import and sales of hemp products. Galletti will be a speaker at the Latin American and Caribbean Hemp Summit, Montevideo, Uruguay Nov 8-9, 2019.

Hemp Today: How has the hemp industry developed in Chile to this point?

Wed
18
Sep

Does overregulation drive black market marijuana?

A new study found that high taxes and cost of compliance keeps many small-time players within the black market in legalized states.

If you believe Donald Trump, you’d believe that all vaping is created equal. “People are dying with vaping,” he said in explanation of his administration’s decision to flavored e-cigarettes. “A lot of people think vaping is wonderful, it’s great. It’s really not wonderful.”

Wed
18
Sep

Shopify agrees to hemp-derived CBD sales

Leading e-commerce platform Shopify Inc. (NYSE:SHOP)(TSX:SHOP) has finally opened its internet doors to hemp-derived Cannabidiol or CBD. The company announced new features on its platform to help U.S. merchants sell these products online or in brick-and-mortar retail locations, as long as that state permits such sales.

Tue
17
Sep

3 top cannabis stocks to buy now

Investing in cannabis stocks isn't for the faint of heart. The wild up-and-down swings can be dizzying. The risks are real. But the potential pay-off over the long run could be enormous.

Choosing which cannabis stocks to buy involves the same process as investing in any other kind of stock. You'll want to find well-run companies that have great growth prospects, a strong competitive advantage, and a solid financial position.

Tue
17
Sep

Legal edibles, other derivatives should add 3 million consumers to Canadian cannabis market

The second great Canadian cannabis rush is nearing the starting line, with pot entrepreneurs looking to stand out amid an onslaught of soon-to-be-legal edibles on the market.

Legal cannabis edibles and other derivatives are expected to grow Canada’s cannabis market by three million consumers, or 65 per cent, according to a poll commissioned earlier this year by a leading industry data collector.

The survey, conducted with 3,000 respondents last May by Lift & Co. and Ernst and Young, suggests the country’s 4.6 million adult cannabis users will grow to about 7.6 million after a wider variety of non-smokable licensed products go on store shelves at year’s end.

Tue
17
Sep

Top Israeli marijuana Firm to be bought out as owner faces legal battle

Medical marijuana company Cannabit is slated to buy out competitor Tikun Olam, after the two firms signed principles of agreement, which were revealed on Monday. Cannabit saw its valuation jump 13%, to 271 million shekels ($76.4 million), on the news.

Tikun Olam, in comparison, is one of Israel’s biggest, most respected medical marijuana companies, with some 15,000 customers and a well-regarded product. Patients view Tikun Olam’s cannabis strains as particularly high quality, according to interviews.

Tue
17
Sep

3 overhyped cannabis stocks to avoid today

Everyone was expecting that the legalization of adult-use marijuana would create a “supernova” on the stock market. There was a stellar explosion but only in the valuations of the cannabis companies.

Tue
17
Sep

Digital marketing 101 for the cannabis industry

There is a common misconception that cannabis brands and dispensaries are unable to market their businesses using modern day digital advertising tools.

While it is true that the major players in online advertising (e.g. Google and Facebook) have severe restrictions or outright bans on advertising cannabis and/or hemp products via their advertising platforms, there are digital advertising solutions (such as Surfside) which cater specifically to the cannabis and hemp industries that can be equally or more effective in helping a company acquire and retain customers. 

The best of these solutions make use of the same cutting-edge tools that mainstream digital marketing providers offer, including data modeling, intelligent targeting, and programmatic advertising.

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