Marijuana Stocks & Public Companies

Marijuana firm Invictus to spin off vape subsidiary in move to tap US, global markets

Canadian cannabis producer Invictus plans to spin off wholly owned subsidiary Poda Technologies as it looks to tap into U.S. and global business opportunities. The Vancouver-based firm, which trades on the TSX Venture Exchange under the ticker symbol GENE, plans to turn Poda into a stand-alone entity valued at roughly $1.9 million, according to a […]

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Breaking down the big deal behind Constellation’s bet on cannabis and Wall Street’s involvement

Constellation Brands’ multibillion-dollar wager on Canopy Growth is huge – record setting even – but a much larger story is lighting up across the cannabis industry: Wall Street has arrived. Financial heavyweights Goldman Sachs and Bank of America Merrill Lynch are officially dabbling in the marijuana industry now, which is a move observers call a […]

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Bruce Linton discusses deploying CA$5 billion, Canopy’s commitment to international growth

Canopy Growth, a Canadian medical marijuana giant, is taking a massive 5 billion Canadian dollar ($3.8 billion) investment and going all in on worldwide medical and recreational cannabis business opportunities, the company’s CEO, Bruce Linton, said Thursday during an exclusive, wide-ranging question-and-answer session at MJBizConINT’L in Toronto.

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California cannabis icon Harborside to go public in Canada via CA$200M deal

Harborside announced Monday it will go public in Canada through a reverse takeover that will allow the iconic California marijuana company to trade on the Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE). Under the terms of the deal, Toronto-based Lineage Grow Co. will acquire all outstanding securities of Oakland-based FLRish – which manages Harborside’s retail and dispensary operations – […]

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Before going public, marijuana companies should consider these five tips

A growing number of cannabis businesses are turning to public markets in the United States and Canada as they hustle to raise the capital needed to compete in the green rush.

“These companies are really starting to see the public markets as a viable option for them to raise capital, and clearly over the past two and three years, we’ve seen the pace and number of firms going public really accelerate,” said Jason Paltrowitz, executive vice president of corporate services at OTC Markets Group, which manages trading platforms for more than 10,000 over-the-counter securities.

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How high is too high? Valuations continue to climb for Canadian cannabis businesses

As more cannabis companies go public and private businesses raise capital at an unprecedented clip, valuations have become a hot topic among industry observers, insiders and investors. That’s especially true in Canada, where a growing number of cannabis firms have fetched multibillion-dollar valuations in the public markets as they’ve hustled to become a top player […]

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