$CGC $TLRY: Here’s What Could Give Marijuana Stocks Their Next Move Higher

Date: Saturday, November 10th, 2018

Stock(s) mentioned: ,

Source: Motley Fool (https://www.fool.com)

Summary: Canopy Growth (NYSE:CGC) reported a 63% year-over-year rise in revenue last … Tilray (NASDAQ:TLRY) saw even bigger growth rates when it issued its first …

Full article address: https://www.fool.com/investing/2018/11/10/heres-what-could-give-marijuana-stocks-their-next.aspx

Related News:

$THCX $HEXO $TLRY: Cannabis ETF Grows Again As Tim Seymour’s Fund Enters The Fray

$TLRY: Tilray acquires boozy candy company Smith & Sinclair to develop CBD edibles

$CGC $ACB $TLRY: Why HEXO Stock Is Interesting, But Not Compelling

$TLRY $CRON $APHA $ACB: 7 Marijuana Penny Stocks to Consider for Those Who Can Handle …

$BUD $TLRY: Does Anheuser-Busch InBev Have Any Growth on Tap in Q2?

$TLRY $ACB: Consumer Watch: Marijuana-delivery service Eaze scales back $1 billion ambitions, documents show

$CGC $ACB $TLRY $ACRGF: Cannabis Note: Canopy and Aurora Initiated Buy, Tilray Neutral at Ladenburg

$TLRY: Cannabis Countdown: Top 10 Marijuana Stock News Stories Of The …

$TLRY: Tilray’s Medical Cannabis Oil Reaches Ireland

$SPX $CGC $ACB $TLRY: CannTrust Halts Work at a Second Marijuana Plant

$CGC $TLRY: Short Sellers Get Even Higher on Cannabis Stocks

Latest News:

$KO $PEP $CLX $BDX $ECL: Coca-Cola, PepsiCo break ties with plastic lobbying group amid mounting scrutiny over pollution

$VFC: VF Expected to Earn 29 Cents a Share

$SJM: The JM Smucker Company Announces Dividend Increase

$CNI: Canadian National Sees Higher Profit In The Second Quarter

$SJM: JM Smucker declares $0.88 dividend

$SNAP: Snap Earnings: SNAP Stock Skyrockets 11% as Sales Gain Nearly …

$EDF: Stone Harbor Emerging Markets Income Fund declares $0.18 dividend

$EDI: Stone Harbor Emerging Markets Total Income Fund declares …

$FCBC: First Community Bancshares declares $0.25 dividend

$EFX $MSFT: Cybersecurity Stocks Vie for a Slice of a Trillion-Dollar Market

$CB: Chubb Q2 EPS beats as net premiums rise Y/Y