Capital 10X – Pot Stocks Weekly Performance Wrap (October 4th, 2019)

Below is a comparison of the biggest winners and losers in PotStocks this week, grouped by market cap and country. See whether your picks are outperforming or if you need to rebalance your portfolio.

The High Level

All things considered, this week ended much better for PotStocks than many investors probably expected mid-week. While many groups were down, at least a couple rebounded to have a positive week.

Some notable top performers included Trulieve, Liberty Health Sciences, Vireo, and GTEC.

GTEC led the way with nearly a 20% gain on the week. While it’s not clear where exactly this is coming from, investors may find out with earnings likely coming next week.

Some notable drops came from 48North, TGOD, and SLANG.

48North led the way with nearly a 15% drop on disappointing earnings. While no one expected blowout revenues, their yield guidance was reduced, causing some investors to worry leading up to their first harvest. Given the cash they have on hand, if you believe outdoor is ultimately the future, this may be a solid buying opportunity.

Pot Stocks Group Performance

Source: Yahoo Finance

Canadian Pot Stocks – Large-Cap Weekly Performance

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Canadian Pot Stocks – Large-Cap YTD Performance

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Canadian Pot Stocks – Mid-Cap Weekly Performance

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Canadian Pot Stocks – Mid-Cap YTD Performance

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Canadian Pot Stocks – Small-Cap Weekly Performance

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Canadian Pot Stocks – Small-Cap YTD Performance

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U.S. Pot Stocks – Large-Cap Weekly Performance

Source: Yahoo Finance

U.S. Pot Stocks – Large-Cap YTD Performance

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U.S. Pot Stocks – Mid-Cap Weekly Performance

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U.S. Pot Stocks – Mid-Cap YTD Performance

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U.S. Pot Stocks – Small-Cap Weekly Performance

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U.S. Pot Stocks – Small-Cap YTD Performance

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Evan Veryard has a Bachelor's of Chemical Engineering from McGill University and a MaSc. of Chemical Engineering from RMC. He has over 6 years of research experience focusing on industrial materials. Address: 682 Indian Road, Toronto, Ontario, M6P 2C9. Phone: 416-721-8257.
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