The truth about cannabis stock price projections – plus four more investing questions answered during Office Hours

It’s time again for another episode of Office Hours, the series where I answer five of your most pressing questions about cannabis investing that National Institute for Cannabis Investors (NICI) readers have sent in over the past few weeks.

If you didn’t see your question answered this week, leave a comment on this post and I’ll try to include it in my next episode.

Here are the questions I’m answering for you today:

What are your thoughts on cannabis ancillary companies like urban-gro Inc. (Nasdaq: UGRO)?

In your recent episode of Underrated or Overrated? (watch here), you talked about the big cannabis e-commerce sites like Weedmaps and Leafly, but what about the smaller ones like LeafBuyer?

Why do some analysts come up with different projections for the same cannabis company? Like Jushi Holdings Inc. (OTC: JUSHF), for example?

When a multistate operator (MSO) acquires another company, like TerrAscend Corp. (OTC: TRSSF) acquiring Gage Growth Corp. (OTC: GAEGF), can you purchase Gage before the merger closes? And, if so, do you get the premium?

What are your thoughts on the Trulieve Cannabis Corp. (OTC: TCNNF) and Harvest Health and Recreation deal closing?

Watch this to get my answers to every question in under eight minutes…

But wait – before I go, I want to give you a heads up that my team has a new trade coming out for NICI Membership subscribers later this week. Click here to join and have our latest pot stock pick sent right to your inbox the second it drops.

To your investing success,

Danny Brody
Executive Director, National Institute for Cannabis Investors

P.S. Did you see my last episode of Office Hours? I answered whether or not I still think Jushi is a good investment. Watch that here.


2 responses to “Office Hours: Why Stock Price Projections Vary, the Trulieve-Harvest Deal, and More Questions Answered”

  1. Hello Danny great answers Thanks Another more question : Why don’t study and analize the Hemp market companies with a huge upside potential
    Today, there ‘re useful Hemp byproducts like biofuels, hempcrete, hemp papers, nutritional supplements,biocomposites , etc

  2. Danny, I know you have or rather had close ties with Hemp Fusion. Please can you give me some insight into why their stock has taken a beating?

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