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A Jewel among the Wreckage
This is one tough stock picking environment. It’s obscenely late in the bull market and economic recovery with the market near an all time record high. Sure, a similar situation has existed for several years. Okay, the economy is pretty...
One of our stocks is down sharply today on big volume following a report by short-sellers Grizzly Reports that accuses the company and insiders of numerous improprieties, ranging from political cronyism and corruption to overvaluation of assets to misrepresentation of financial relationships.
The Smart Money is Moving In
It’s common knowledge among experienced investors that the price of a company’s stock, at any one time, is imperfectly related to the company’s actual value.
Other factors that affect the price include estimates of the company’s future revenues, earnings profit...
Be Not Afraid
One year ago, soon after marijuana sales became legal in Canada, investors were throwing money at the sector, anxious to get a piece of the action. Today, the opposite is true—getting money for a cannabis business takes real work!
That was my takeaway...
This High Priced Market Still Offers Great Value
Here we are with the market at fresh new all-time highs. It’s already the longest running recovery and bull market in history. Meanwhile, the global economy stinks and might be getting worse and we are on precipice...
Small caps aren't typically associated with dividends. But these three high yield Russell 2000 stocks with hefty payouts are exceptions.
The cannabis sector has been trending down since the end of March, giving back its spectacular gains from the start of the year, and until now I’ve remained optimistic about our stocks, partially because of their outstanding fundamental growth metrics but also because two...
Lots of Crosscurrents!
The good news is that yesterday the U.S. House of Representatives voted in favor of the SAFE Banking Act (the acronym stands for "Secure and Fair Enforcement"), which would shield banks and other financial institutions from being held liable for serving businesses...