Canopy Growth Corp (CGC)
$24.89 0.59 (2.43%)
19:58 EST CGC Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $24.89
Market Cap 5.38B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 12.46M
Day's Range 23.65 - 25.26
52-Week Range 13.81 - 52.74
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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Cronos stock is surviving thanks to its large cash balance. However, can CRON stock finally turn the corner and snap out of its funk?
Pot stocks had a dark and depressing 2019, but 2020 could prove to a be much brighter year for this beaten-up group.
Options trading was buzzing in Freeport-McMoRan, Canopy Growth and Aurora Cannabis. Here are the metrics that matter moving forward.
Tuesday's big stock charts highlight potential reversals with a common link.
With the global legal cannabis market projected to be a $66 billion market by 2025, the appeal for investments like Canopy Growth stock is obvious. However, converting that potential into profitability is the big question mark.
Hexo stock is showing improvement on the charts, but we need a significant improvement given the lacking fundamentals and industry disdain.
Cannabis 2.0 is supposed to give Canopy Growth stock an edge over other cannabis plays. But if Cannabis 2.0 is disappointing, CGC stock will be out of catalysts.
When pot stocks failed to live up to heightened expectations, investors panicked out of the sector. However, the selloff has probably gone on far too long, suggesting a possible comeback.
Canopy Growth, like other marijuana stocks, continues trending downward. One big factor could prevent it from recovering.
While 2019 was a rough year for Canopy Growth stock, CGC stock could nearly double in 2020.
Marijuana legalization in the US looks unlikely in the near-term, but investors should be keeping an eye on these 4 marijuana stocks for the future of the market.
Investors dumped CGC stock following its most recent earnings report. But Canopy Growth stock is starting to bounce back now.
Cannabis stocks are going through some drama, but when the smoke clears, Canopy Growth stock could be seen as a winner.
With some recent bullish moves, Aurora Cannabis stock looks interesting as a contrarian trade. However, it has much to prove before anyone can offer a confident recommendation.
But with marijuana stocks spilling so much red ink in the green market, does CGC stock provide an opportunity for contrarians?
The fortunes of Canopy Growth stock have turned in a horrible way. But this week, the shares have gotten a reprieve. And there are certainly good reasons for this.
Despite the steep discount in Tilray stock, this remains a name to avoid because neither the fundamentals nor technicals imply a positive trajectory.
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CannabisNewsBreaks – technical420 Highlights Potential Acquirers, Acquisition Targets as 2020 Shapes to be a Bounce-Back Year for Cannabis M&A
A recent editorial by Anthony Varrell of technical420 reviews a slowdown in merger and acquisition (M&A) activity in the cannabis sector during the last year and its expected positive trend and bounce back in 2020 and moving forward. The article highlights three companies thought to be potential acquirers, including Canopy Growth (TSX: WEED) (NYSE: CGC), […]
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