Large marijuana stocks have risen sharply since the U.S. elections early in November. The increase is not based so much on the results as on what could happen next.
Pot growers Aurora Cannabis and Canopy Growth reported quarterly results early Monday that were good, but not good enough to explain the steep rise in the share price over the past two trading...
Marijuana stocks got hammered on Wednesday but came roaring back Thursday. What changed?
The marijuana industry was rewarded with some big wins on election night, but the top cannabis stocks didn't show it. These four pot stocks look like solid ideas now for patient, aggressive growth...
The upcoming election could give the marijuana industry and the movement to legalization a huge boost. While the dramatic moves some top pot stocks made a few years back may be history, these four...
A recent final ruling from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration has cast doubt on the legality of some non-psychoactive products derived from the hemp.
Marijuana grower Canopy Growth beat both top- and bottom-line expectations in its first fiscal quarter of 2021. Following a punishing 2019, hopes may be rising again for the company and the rest of...
Marijuana stocks have suffered a terrible beating in the past year or so. Here's a look at six former high-flyers and their prospects for a recovery.
Aphria, an analyst favorite among pot stocks, rallies after market selloff Thursday.
Cannabis stocks in general stumbled in the latter half of last year. Wall Street expects profits, and none of these companies is anywhere near profitability. In the United States, high state and...
There may be a new dawn for Aurora Cannabis as online sales rise, new retail outlets open, and Reliva deal offers access to U.S. market.
Aurora Cannabis closed its acquisition of Reliva ahead of schedule but poor results from Canopy Growth may have dinged pot stocks.
Monday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Amazon.com, Canopy Growth, CarMax, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Geron, Hess, Inogen, Occidental Petroleum, Snap, Teva Pharmaceutical, Vail Resorts and...
Now that May’s trading days are over, it’s time to think about June, the summer, and the second half of 2020. The recession is already seeing what economists hope are the worst readings, and the...
Canopy Growth, Canada's largest pot grower, measured by market cap, reported dismal results for its fourth fiscal quarter.