This report takes a closer look at the vape segment of cannabis and provides a framework to assess the downside risk and upside potential of stocks with significant exposure to the sector.
Articles by Jenel Stelton-Holtmeier :
Monday was a busy day for iAnthus (OTC: ITHUF), with CEO Hadley Ford addressing several topics important to investors, such as the recent cannabis stock sell off, his company’s build-out plan and a strict focus on cost controls.
Location matters for cannabis dispensaries, but so does the business model. And a showdown on the Las Vegas strip is a great illustration of how this plays out.
Earnouts are a common risk-allocation provision in cannabis and hemp mergers and acquisitions used to bridge the business-value gap between a business owner and an acquirer.
In this Executive Webinar on Sept. 26 at 2 p.m. ET, CEO Jessica Billingsley will join Investor Intelligence Analyst Mike Regan to discuss Akerna’s outlook and the role technology can play in addressing the current vape crisis.
Cannabis companies are issuing equity, debt and warrants for acquisitions at a rapid pace right now, moves that require answers to key questions for keen investors.
Due to the highly fragmented legal and regulatory landscape of the cannabis industry, the sources from which a company generates revenues can have a huge impact on a company’s opportunity and risk profile.
Latin America has become a key target for cannabis companies looking to expand internationally. But, as Marijuana Business Daily’s International Analyst Alfredo Pascual notes in a new report, the “devil is in the details.”
Capital raises in the cannabis industry may be roughly the same in terms of absolute numbers, but data shows the amount being raised has grown significantly.
We’ve all heard the idiom “mind your p’s and q’s.” But in the business world, p’s and q’s speaks to how we drive revenue: price and quantity.
For investors, it is critical to know the details of how a cannabis company in this hypergrowth industry plans to bridge the gap between its current money-losing reality and the vision of a profitable future.
Warrants can align stakeholder incentives with shareholder interests, but they complicate the share count at different valuations and can cloud what you really own.