Looking For Marijuana Stocks To Buy? Here’s 3 To Watch

3 Marijuana Stocks To Watch With Continuous Momentum

We are now officially in a new year for marijuana stocks and the cannabis industry. This past year has been quite a roller coaster ride, to say the least. Back in 2020, many different events happened that may potentially change the cannabis industry going forward. So to start in the beginning of 2020 right around March the market overall started to crash. Then COVID 19 happened and many thought it would affect marijuana stock in a bad way. But on the contrary, many of the top marijuana stocks started to fully recover during that time. Due to stay-at-home orders dispensaries were some of the businesses left open after being deemed essential.

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With cannabis-related businesses left open many marijuana stocks shortly after March began to recover. As well in 2020 back in November during the presidential election, one of the most comprehensive cannabis bills was drafted up. During this time the House passed the MORE Act. which is a bill that would remove cannabis from being federally illegal. When many thought this pandemic would hurt the industry cannabis prevailed. Before the new year came some cannabis companies took advantage of this time and decided to join forces.

Right before the new year Aphria Inc. and Tilray Inc. partnered up to create what is said to be the world’s largest cannabis company. This may lead…

3 Marijuana Stocks To Watch With Continuous Momentum

We are now officially in a new year for marijuana stocks and the cannabis industry. This past year has been quite a roller coaster ride, to say the least. Back in 2020, many different events happened that may potentially change the cannabis industry going forward. So to start in the beginning of 2020 right around March the market overall started to crash. Then COVID 19 happened and many thought it would affect marijuana stock in a bad way. But on the contrary, many of the top marijuana stocks started to fully recover during that time. Due to stay-at-home orders dispensaries were some of the businesses left open after being deemed essential.

[Read More]

With cannabis-related businesses left open many marijuana stocks shortly after March began to recover. As well in 2020 back in November during the presidential election, one of the most comprehensive cannabis bills was drafted up. During this time the House passed the MORE Act. which is a bill that would remove cannabis from being federally illegal. When many thought this pandemic would hurt the industry cannabis prevailed. Before the new year came some cannabis companies took advantage of this time and decided to join forces.

Right before the new year Aphria Inc. and Tilray Inc. partnered up to create what is said to be the world’s largest cannabis company. This may lead…

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