On Wednesday, 19 June, the very first public cannabis company listed on the New Zealand Stock Exchange. Within 60 minutes of going live, the stock tanked…
Cannasouth is seeking $5 million from invited investors and another $5 million in a public offer. This could end a long listing drought on our bone-dry exchange.
Big developments in the Kiwi cannabis scene over the past few weeks. Let’s take a quick bird’s eye overview of the situation and players involved.
Cannabis investing is a speculative play. Yet while usually in a recession speculative plays don’t do well because money is scarce, we think cannabis could be different.
It’s an emerging idea that we’ve kept a close eye on. Not because we’re personally interested in the product…but because we’ve seen the remarkable returns that cannabis legalisation can bring investors.
For those of you who have been following our coverage of the pot phenomenon, this could be your first foray into an explosive industry.
At midnight on Wednesday, a marijuana dispensary in Newfoundland, Canada sold the nation’s first gram of legal recreational cannabis.
We’re already seeing some of the world’s biggest cannabis stocks rocket higher in price. These Canadian giants are preparing themselves to be the Coca-Colas of the cannabis world.
Oh boy. What an exciting weekend! Since so much has happened, we’re taking a slightly different approach today. Here’s what happened over the past few days that you should know about.
22 January 2015 — a day to remember. It was the day that cannabis made its debut on the ASX. And what a debut it was…
When legalisation sweeps a nation, early adopters tapping into the initial surge may find themselves walking away with massive returns.