GHG Flying As Abattis Is Building An Empire

Speaking of big names, Tweed ( TSX:V.TWD , Stock Forum ) has brought in a bought financing deal worth potentially $19.5 million for ‘facility expansions and general corporate purposes’, at $3.20 per share. The company, which is taking orders, backfilling with old-system-bought product, and generally dominating the scene... more →
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GW Pharmaceuticals Marijuana Stock Skyrockets On Morgan Stanley Coverage

Shares in GW Pharmaceuticals (GWPH) were soaring Tuesday following a bullish rating from Morgan Stanley analysts. Morgan Stanley gave the British company an “overweight” rating, but it most likely raised eyebrows the most with its price target of $103 a share, a 123.7 percent upside over the closing price of $46.04 on... more →
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Supreme Secures Option To Procure Producing Medical Marijuana Facility

Supreme Pharmaceuticals Inc. (the “Company”) (OTCBB: SPRWF)(CSE: SL) is pleased to announce that after completion of its due diligence and the completion of other conditions, it has acquired the previously announced option with respect to the producing medical marijuana facility in the South Okanagan for $150,000.00 in... more →
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Next Gen Metals Invests With Green Rush Financial Conferences

Several junior public companies listed on the TSX Venture and Canadian Securities Exchange have been rushing into the medical marijuana industry after new regulations in Canada allowed licensed producers to grow the controversial drug on a commercial scale, but many of these businesses require assistance in starting up. In late March,... more →
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A Look At Leading Marijuana Stocks Of 2014

The burst at the beginning of the year came after widespread media coverage of Colorado’s recreational legalization, but along with NASDAQ, the MJ market has recently corrected. Heightened scrutiny by FINRA and the SEC (which has now suspended five cannabis-related stocks) has made the cannabis sector more volitile. With the... more →
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Medical Marijuana Penny Stocks High

The stocks sell on lightly regulated marketplaces, namely the OTCPink, a market place more commonly known as the Pink Sheets, and the OTC Bulletin Board. These marketplaces are not full-fledged exchanges, meaning they lack many of the investor safeguards found at the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq. The dangers of trading in penny... more →
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Say Bye-Bye To Medical Marijuana, Inc.

Marijuana itself is far from new, but publicly traded companies in the cannabis industry are somewhat new. The trend is here, legalization is picking up and the recreational and pharmaceutical use of cannabis is picking up nationally. Capturing this trend as a company could be extremely profitable – and this article is aimed... more →
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Rules Leave Pot Test Labs With Little Oversight In Oregon

The state’s dispensary law and the rules that implement it require pot stores to register with the state and to test marijuana for contaminants and potency before putting it on their shelves. But the law doesn’t require the labs that run those tests to be licensed or regulated by the state. And no state agency oversees... more →
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Marijuana Stocks – Smoke ‘Em If You Got ‘Em

Part of it is because the momentum has faded, and not just because of fears that the stocks are overbought. There have been many revelations over the last few months about how difficult it is to turn a profit for a medical marijuana dispensary or for-profit recreational growing operation. There are also reports about how many banks... more →
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Why Is April 20 A Day To Celebrate Pot?

In an interesting confluence of events, Easter Sunday shares April 20 with what’s come to be known as National Weed Day, when marijuana is smoked and publicly celebrated in parks and plazas nationwide; Wikipedia calls it a “counter-culture holiday” (wonder how long that moniker will hold up as legalization efforts spread) and... more →
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