Aurora Cannabis Inc (ACB)
$0.85 0.05 (6.25%)
6:44 EDT ACB Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $0.80
Market Cap -
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 24,800
Day's Range 0.80 - 0.80
52-Week Range 0.60 - 9.37
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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The marijuana stock rebound in 2020 has run into a brick wall, but the fundamentals supporting the industry continue to improve.
Aurora stock is catching a bit of bounce, but investors should look elsewhere in cannabis. Developments at peers show how narrow its path is.
With the many risky decisions that management took that obviously didn’t pan out, ACB stock looks like dead money.
For the trailing one-year period, Aurora stock has suffered beating after beating. But amid this black swan event, ACB might be down for the count.
Canopy Growth (NYSE:CGC) is the world’s largest cannabis producer by market capitalization, but it’s getting a little smaller in terms of production capacity and employee....
Aurora stock has a massive wall of worry it has to climb, and I expect more than a few missteps that eventually lead to total collapse.
Aurora stock is plumbing the depths and even as it stares $1 in the face, buyers have yet to return. Here's why I'd continue to steer clear.
2020 hasn't been a breakthrough year for Aurora and the stock recently hit a 52-week low. Here are four things to know about Aurora stock.
Aurora Cannabis continues to slump along with the rest of the cannabis industry, with Aurora stock down 81% over the past 12 months.
Aurora stock is continuing its downtrend and bullish momentum left the cannabis space. Investors must proceed with caution.
Below $2, Aurora stock looks like a cheap cannabis plays. But Aurora has too many risks — and there are better options in the sector.
By David Moadel
Most traders reacted to a prominent Aurora stock-downgrade with horror; contrarians should smile and back up the truck.
Aurora stock continues to slide. And for good reasons. So what now? Is the worst over? Let’s take a look.
Aurora stock could hit the stock market's version of the Mendoza Line, the $1 mark, if companies can't take market share from street dealers.
Marijuana stocks are looking like a good play for this year, but these three companies are not worth taking a risk on in 2020.
Aurora stock has lost roughly 80% in value over the past year alone, and although there was a blip in ACB's stock price on Feb. 13, 2020, after it dropped a widely expected earnings report on the fiscal second quarter of 2020, there was not much to cheer about in Q2.
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