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Cannabis packaging becoming a bit of a burden

Canada has now had legal marijuana for about two and half years, and some of those high bars that were set in the beginning to get the bill passed are now being...

The state of weed stocks

What a rollercoaster year it’s been for our investing portfolio, huh? What began as a year where weed stocks such as Canopy Growth, Tilray, and Aphria exploded in popularity and probably made a...

The potential of a Weed lounge boom

With the sudden and persistent wave of statewide marijuana legalizations happening across the country, a pervading question keeps coming up: where do we smoke all this weed? Massachusetts has been dealing with this...

Marijuana for sleep jumped 635% during pandemic

Let’s face it, being stuck inside with a lack of scenery changes makes it a whole lot harder to switch off at the end of the day. We’re all dealing with it...

Why do we call marijuana “weed”?

It’s definitely a fun little exercise to go through the list of cannabis nicknames we’ve all accrued in our lexicon, and right at the front of that list is “weed”. The most...

20 Best Weed Comedies of all time

A nice little list was put together over at YardBarker that compiles the best weed comedies ever made. I agree with most of it, although my top 10 would probably consist of different...

WallStreetBets have turned their attention to weed

With a new administration seemingly open to marijuana legalization and more and more states taking action themselves, stocks for cannabis companies within and outside the country feel like solid bets. Therefore cue the WSB army, who just last month ransacked the stock price of Gamestop, AMC, Nokia, and others, leaving very little behind. In particular, Sundial (SNDL), Tilray (TLRY), and aphria (APHA) have come under intense Reddit scrutiny. Just yesterday, Tilray, a Canadian cannabis company, had its stock rise 36%. However, with the attention of WallStreetBets also comes volatility, and today the stock is plunging back down, now under 41% of where it opened. And attention already seems to be waning, with many on the subreddit eyeing Bumble as their next victim. Hopefully, this will leave the cannabis sector to itself and back to normalizing, where it’s incremental yet steady climb will continue throughout the year.