A New Way To Bet On Legal Marijuana Hits The Tsx Q. when Did Investors Start Paying Attention To Marijuana-related Stocks?

Sean Mason, senior editor with Small Cap Power, says long term, the future is bright for bigger companies Posted: Jun 16, 2017 11:14 AM MT Last Updated: Jun 16, 2017 11:14 AM MT Medical marijuana stocks Marijuana legalization provides a tempting opportunity for investors, but one expert says it comes with a lot of risk. (Sean Kilpatrick/Canadian Press) Shares of Canadian pot companies head higher An air of optimism is brewing around Canada’s fledgling cannabis sector. In Alberta, a cannabis company is breaking ground this week on an 800 square-foot, state-of-the-art medical marijuana greenhouse near Edmonton. Then, another startup out of Okotoks will launch an online marketplace, called DooberExpress.com on Saturday. But is now the right time to buy into the hype and invest in this growing industry? Sean Mason, a senior editor with Small Cap Power, a website that reports on stocks, spoke with the Calgary Eyeopener Friday about the risks and rewards of the looming marijuana regulation. A new way to bet on legal marijuana hits the TSX Q. When did investors start paying attention to marijuana-related stocks? A. I would say after Justin Trudeau became Prime Minister. He actually campaigned on legalizing marijuana, and since then these stocks have gone crazy up until last fall when they really seemed to peak … but now some of that air seems to have been let out.

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