Canada’s new marijuana laws don’t make Canadian Marijuana stocks a ‘buy’

Canada’s new marijuana laws don’t make Canadian Marijuana stocks a ‘buy’

Why decriminalization of marijuana and investment by big Canadian names doesn’t change our opinion of Canadian Marijuana stocks
Interest in Canadian marijuana stocks stems from Fall 2018’s legalization of recreational cannabis. Today, investors continue to search for ways to tap in to those sales and profit from future growth. The federal government’s legislation… Read More

Three more updates you need to know

DIEBOLD NIXDORF INC. $3.49 is a hold, but only for highly aggressive investors. The company (New York symbol DBD; Aggressive Growth Portfolio, Manufacturing & Industry sector; s/o: 77.5 million; Market cap: $270.5 million; Price-to-sales ratio: 0.1; Dividend suspended in June 2018; TSINetwork Rating: Extra Risk; www.dieboldnixdorf.com) took its… Read More