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Cannabis stocks went on a wild ride the last few days and are now entering a critical two-week period. Through it all, we continue to make money. In the first two months of Cannabis Cash Weekly, we have closed out seven covered call trades… and all seven were winners. Our strategy remains extremely well-suited to these early stages of growth in the cannabis industry, so let’s keep it going! Read More

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Cannabis stocks are coming off one of their worst weeks in history after a slew of earnings from the Canadian licensed producers disappointed. Instead of green fields of cannabis, there was red blood in the streets. As hard as it is to hold cannabis stocks when the blood is flowing, our covered calls strategy may be the best there is in this kind of environment. Plus, there is a big silver lining. Read More

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Happy Green Monday! A surge of buying heading into the weekend helped salvage the week for cannabis stocks. The ETFMG Alternative Harvest ETF popped 4.4% on Friday and was up 0.25% for the five-day period. The rally was led by some of the biggest names in the industry including Canopy Growth (CGC) and Cronos Group (CRON). Read More

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Cannabis stocks were down slightly last week after hitting a nearly three-week high on Monday and then pulling back. Within that action, individual names were on the move to both the upside and downside. From a long-term perspective, I like the action – stocks are consolidating above the mid-October low and digesting the gains from the prior two weeks. Read More

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Cannabis stocks had another good week, up 4.4% – and 9.8% in the last two weeks. Remember that hyper-growth trends such as cannabis will experience big pullbacks in the early stages. And that is exactly why I launched Cannabis Cash Weekly – to take advantage of the long-term uptrend as well as the short-term volatility. We’re off to a great start. Read More

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Cannabis stocks bounced last week after hitting a new yearly low on Monday. Even with a loss of over 2% on Friday, the sector ended the week up more than 6%. The Friday pullback brought our Cannabis Cash Weekly stocks below their call option strike prices, so shares remain in the portfolio. Our plan is to sell more calls against the current positions early this week to bring in three additional Green Monday payments. Read More

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Last week was a rough one for marijuana stocks. One of the larger Canadian companies lowered guidance for the fourth quarter and removed guidance for the entire year, sending related stocks lower. Due to the pullback, both of our covered call trades are still open after the options expired below the strike prices. This means the shares are still in your account. Read More

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Happy Green Monday! I like what I’m seeing right now, and I expect to have a new trade for us later today, and possibly a few others this week as well. To kick off today’s issue, let me give you a quick recap of the first two weeks of Cannabis Cash Weekly. Read More

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I would personally like to thank you and all of our new members for joining Cannabis Cash Weekly. A lot of you are clearly interested in this unique strategy, and I congratulate you for adding it to your investing arsenal – especially in our area of focus, which is the rapidly growing legal cannabis trend. Our start is just as exciting. We initiated our first trade last Wednesday, and less than two days later when the call options expired, the stock closed above the strike price. We locked in a quick 3.5% in just two days. Read More