It’s high time individual investors have a diversified fund to quickly and easily invest in the so-called green rush and get a toke of America’s fastest-growing industry.
Canadian marijuana producers jumped again Monday, with one in particular surging to new highs amid optimism over its prospects in Quebec.
A TMX Group spokesperson said Friday the company is in talks with Canadian securities regulators to discuss how to deal with Canadian companies with holdings in the U.S., where the drug is illegal.
On Bay Street, you can now buy weed.
Before Brad Austin arrived at work one recent morning, his stock market investments were up by $4,000.
The New York Stock Exchange may be giving the green light to a cannabis company listing.
Of all the industries across Canada, none could possibly be happier with Monday’s election result than the medical marijuana sector.
Canada is now home to its first publicly traded recreational marijuana company, despite the fact that pot for non-medical use is illegal in this country.
Canadian financial regulators have issued a rare investor alert warning about the risks of buying stock in companies who want to jump into the medical marijuana sector.
Investors in marijuana-related stocks may see their profits go up in smoke, U.S. regulators said on Tuesday.