The NICI community had five big questions about cannabis investing, and I have answers for you right here…

This week, I’m starting a brand-new series called Office Hours.

It’s where I take five of the most urgent cannabis investing questions from our National Institute for Cannabis Investors (NICI) members and give you answers that I feel our entire community will benefit from.

To kick off the series this week, the top five questions you’ll get answers to today are:

If cannabis companies are selling record amounts of cannabis, why isn’t that being reflected in stock prices?

Do you think the trial of the husband of Kim Rivers has weighed on the Trulieve Cannabis Corp. (OTC: TCNNF) stock price?

Do you have any advice on how to stay optimistic when cannabis stock prices are down in the short term?

Is Amazon‘s support of the MORE Act putting pressure on our elected officials to legalize cannabis?

Is year-over-year (YoY) revenue growth or sequential revenue growth a better benchmark for progress?

You can get the answers to all of these questions in under 7 minutes below…

I’m going to keep hosting these Office Hours sessions, so if you have a pressing cannabis investing question you’d like to see answered, please post it in the comment section below!

Or, you can always email us at info@nicinvestors.com.

In Case You Missed It

Earlier today, NICI Membership subscribers received an all-new comprehensive dossier on a “Big Four” multistate operator (MSO) whose stock price could nearly double over the next 12 months. (Current subscribers can access that dossier here.)

If you’re not yet a member, you’re free to click here to learn how you can access that dossier and more cannabis investing resources – including 24 trade recommendations per year, urgent industry updates, expert analyst reports, and real-time profit alerts for just 10 cents a day.

To your investing success,

Danny Brody

Executive Director, National Institute for Cannabis Investors


Comments

10 responses to “Office Hours: Why the Trulieve Stock Price Has Dropped (Plus Four More Answers to Your Cannabis Investing Questions)”

  1. Hi Danny. I know that pretty much everything has changed in one way or another in – say the last 9 months to a year ago. And I know what the big 4 are now. My question is, At one time not that long ago Jushi Holdings was mentioned by Don in what seemed liked every other message. But now it is the opposite. I rarely ever anything about them. I understand they are smaller than the big 4 but has Jushi done something wrong or just not done enough and is getting left behind. I would love to just hear about them and know if you think it’s still a good investment or not. And I know you can’t give personal investment advice but would you all be able to do something like a percentage of money that each company in our portfolio should get. As in for example Curaleaf being the biggest, maybe they would be 15% of the total and Gage might be 3 or 4% and the rest fit in where and at whatever % you all think they deserve out of the total. Well anyways. Tks Danny. I would like to hear about Jushi mainly. Have a good one. Randy

  2. I like the Q & A opportunity.
    Q: why nothing in HEMP ?
    Hemp Inc. is not it apparently
    Is there a succeeding Hemp stock
    Is it the ‘buried subway system”
    Scenario?

  3. Hi Danny, can you please go over TRSSF, and JUSHF, both doing great in sales but why stock prices down so much, please get us some advice, thanks

  4. Hi Danny, love this idea. Basic comment on the Gage takeover. As a large share holder of both open market shares and Private Placement shares I believe that Gage executives have let their shareholders down. They are doing so well in the advancement and growth of the company, and the future looks nothing but the sky’s the limit, why on earth would they allow the takeover by TerrAscend to take place, especially at a value of $2.11 a share. Especially when the analyst are predicting a $5 to $7 evaluation within the next year, and probably higher. I feel that they are TAKING the money and running. I am very disappointed by this action. Can you shed some light on the subject. It seems to me that it would be easier for the share price of Gage to triple (at least) before TerrAscend ever does that.
    Thanks, Willie

  5. Hey Danny how are you? Hope you and your family are doing well!! Now my question is will you no longer be featuring Deep Dives on companies you recommend? I personally enjoyed those and felt that they were a very useful tools for us. Please elaborate!!! Thank you
    JB

  6. could you do an up to date deep dive on vrnof (the fifth largest mso). also could you rank (risk score) on the write up reports of any 4 or 5 ranked companies you recommend. thank you for your reply.

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