Fundamentally, the only recent news regarding the marijuana industry is that the U.S. House of Representatives will vote on the MORE Act, which would deschedule marijuana and thereby legalize it federally, the week of September 21. Passage is likely. Getting through the Senate not.
A Little Cautious
The good news is that our portfolio is well in the black for the year, thanks to strong performances by all four of our U.S. multi-state operators, our REIT (IIPR) and our hydroponics retailer (GRWG). (Readers who held GRWG before second-quarter were...
You Can Bank on an Aging Population
What a spectacular market. The pandemic and economic crash was apparently just a temporary diversion for the stock market. The indexes are right back to nosebleed territory.
The S&P 500 is now within bad breath distance of the record...
Back in the Black
The broad market is strong, but the marijuana sector is even stronger, with six of our stocks hitting new recovery highs this week, and another hitting an all-time high last week!
The reasons for this strength are numerous.
First, after a two-year market...
The Pandemic Creates a High-Yielding Superstar
It’s time to look beyond the market disruptions and personal nuisances caused by this pandemic. It will go away sooner or later, and headlines will obsess with something else. But the ordeal of the lockdown and virus may to...
The last few weeks have brought a much-needed market correction—much-needed because after advancing for eleven weeks from the COVID-19 bottom, the market was extended, and some segments of the investing world were positively giddy. But now that the correction has done its capped...
A Cheap Price and a Safe, High-Yield
These are humbling times for market prognosticators. Who saw the coronavirus coming? Who saw the market surging 47% from the lows in late March?
The last several months have beautifully exemplified why no one can predict the market the...
The Trend Strengthens!
Canada was first, but the U.S. will dominate. That’s not exactly a surprise, but the evidence is now piling up, most recently in the form of some terrific first quarter reports by U.S. marijuana companies while the Canadians continue to cut and...