Cannabis performance at a glance

The HORIZONS MARIJUANA LIFE SCIENCES ETF (Toronto symbol HMMJ) invests in North American firms that are legally involved in the cannabis industry. Canadian companies—including Aurora Cannabis (12.1% of assets) and Canopy Growth (11.0%)—make up 80% of the portfolio. As such the fund’s performance—specifically, its Daily… Read More

ETF holds cannabis growers—and more

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Marijuana Producer

It remains difficult to say which marijuana growers will prosper the most with legalization. More certain is that overall demand for cannabis will continue to expand. One way for investors to cut… Read More

ETF Performance Highlights

The big ETF winner over the past month was the Horizons Marijuana Life Sciences Index ETF (symbol HMMJ) with a 32.3% gain. This performance was driven by a jump in share prices for its top holdings, including Canopy Growth, Aurora Cannabis, Organigram and Aphria. The move by… Read More

Two ETFs aim to rise with marijuana use

Two ETFs aim to rise with marijuana use

We continue to recommend investors be wary of marijuana stocks. But as Canada prepares to legalize recreational cannabis on October 17, 2018, we receive more requests for our analysis on cannabis-related stocks and ETFs.

It remains difficult to say which marijuana growers will prosper. More certain… Read More

Cannabis ETFs offer risky gains

We continue to recommend investors steer clear of marijuana stocks. But as Canada gets ready to legalize cannabis for recreational purposes, most likely by the end of this summer, readers are increasingly asking for our analysis on cannabis-related stocks and ETFs.
It remains difficult to say… Read More

Pass on this ETF

HORIZONS MARIJUANA LIFE SCIENCES ETF $13 (Toronto symbol HMMJ; TSINetwork ETF Rating: Aggressive; Market cap: $180.9 million) offers exposure to a basket of North American companies involved in the marijuana industry.

The fund’s top holdings include many Canadian growers such as Canopy Growth, Aphria and Aurora… Read More