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After a high-profile firing at Canopy Growth, Bruce Linton has a lot of opinions about the next big opportunities in cannabis.
The volatility of a cannabis stocks requires a more nimble ETF strategy than is typical in well established industries.
Canada's ups-and-downs show what the U.S. should (and shouldn't) do when it comes to federal legalization.
U.S. cannabis companies feel more positively than ever about the future of the industry and trading publicly here.
The pioneers who braved federal threats to create the legal cannabis market are least likely to benefit commercially when prohibition eventually ends.
Now that cannabis is legal in Canada, a whole new market of middle-aged, infrequent consumers has emerged.
The black market thrives, edible prices won't budge, and Congress introduces a new bud bill.
Canadian cannabis companies are well funded and clearly developing a long term export strategy.
A new report sees the market for edibles growing from about $1B to $4B by 2022, apparently at the cost of smoked marijuana.
It's true marijuana is nationally legal in Canada but the local rules vary.