Below is a comparison of the biggest winners and losers in marijuana stocks this week, grouped by market cap and country. See whether your picks are outperforming or if you need to rebalance your portfolio.
This has been another down week for potstocks across both Canadian and U.S. players.
Large-cap U.S. companies were the only group in the green, led largely by Trulieve’s near 15% run. Canadian small-cap companies we’re mostly even on the back of Rubicon and 48North, two companies poised to start generating serious revenues from their ramping operations. Every other group was down.
The Green Organic Dutchman saw the biggest drop this week, which we see as the remnants of Aurora’s block trade. With news confirming all shares have been allocated, we expected the stock to see a sharp recovery over the coming weeks. Now is likely an excellent “blood in the streets” buying opportunity.
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Pot Stocks Group Performance
Canadian Pot Stocks – Large-Cap Weekly Performance
Canadian Pot Stocks – Large-Cap YTD Performance
Canadian Pot Stocks – Mid-Cap Weekly Performance
Canadian Pot Stocks – Mid-Cap YTD Performance
Canadian Pot Stocks – Small-Cap Weekly Performance
Canadian Pot Stocks – Small-Cap YTD Performance
U.S. Pot Stocks – Large-Cap Weekly Performance
U.S. Pot Stocks – Large-Cap YTD Performance
U.S. Pot Stocks – Mid-Cap Weekly Performance
U.S. Pot Stocks – Mid-Cap YTD Performance
U.S. Pot Stocks – Small-Cap Weekly Performance
U.S. Pot Stocks – Small-Cap YTD Performance
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