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A major Canadian licensed weed producer has obtained approval from the Securities and Exchange Commission to begin trading on the NASDAQ — it will be the first marijuana company to be listed on a U.S. stock exchange.
Move meant to keep Aphria onside with Canadian stock regulators, markets.
Broken Coast operates an expanding indoor cannabis production facility on Vancouver Island.
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THC BioMed surged 70% intraday and CannaRoyalty jumped 27%, pushing the BI Canada Cannabis Competitive Peers Index up 13% to a record.
Marijuana as an investment class began to pick up steam in 2014. Interest in the sector continued to increase with the increased possibility of more and more states legalizing the use of medical marijuana.
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.