Etfmg Alternative Harvest ETF (MJ)
$12.60 0.34 (2.63%)
19:59 EDT MJ Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $12.60
Market Cap 163.80M
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 949,700
Day's Range 12.47 - 12.91
52-Week Range 8.81 - 28.93
Dividend & Yield 0.74 (5.85%)
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All of 2019 NFLX is consolidating around a pivot. The end result of the stalemate will be a $100 move. The sequel to the December rally.
The bears have all the reasons to clobber Aurora Canabis. Yet ACB stock is up 59% year to date and 400% overall. The bullish thesis persists.
Skeptics have lost fortunes trying to short Amazon and Netflix. They shouldn't make the same mistake with cannabis stocks like TLRY stock.
The MJ ETF is the oldest marijuana ETF in the U.S., and while competition is emerging, it's still a solid play on marijuana stocks.
Many marijuana stocks have been showing shades of red rather than green lately. Here are two beaten-down stocks to watch this week.
According to the North American Marijuana Index, there's 46 marijuana stocks listed in the U.S. and Canada. Which pot stocks should you buy?
The marijuana stock investment is a viable long term thesis and Canopy Growth stock would be my pick of the proverbial litter.
The ETFMG Alternative Harvest (MJ) ETF enables investors to take advantage of long-term trends in marijuana stocks.
The next generation of investors is more into exchange-traded funds than ever. These millennial ETFs deserve a place in younger investors' portfolios.
If you're looking to invest in a particular corner of the market, odds are good there's a thematic ETF for you. Here are 5 to take a look at.
Tilray's major shareholder has said that they won't be selling any stock anytime soon. With that being the case, TLRY stock will make more gains.
The future of marijuana stocks is a viable concept, as legalization will increase the use of pot and millions more potential users will try it.
Some of the best ETFs in the third quarter should keep it going in the fourth quarter. Here are seven ETFs investors should keep their eyes on.
The current crop of vice ETFs include more focused plays, such as funds focusing explicitly on specific vices. For example, today's vice ETFs include a marijuana fund, a gambling ETF and so on.
The universe of U.S. marijuana ETFs is sparsely populated. Right now, these marijuana ETFs are the only two that U.S. investors need consider.
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