A Biden victory could open the door for the decriminalization of adult-use marijuana, potential rescheduling and other federal cannabis legislation.
Big-name cannabis companies saw their shares rise over 10% after Harris promised decriminalization at the vice presidential debate.
In this moment of a pandemic affecting businesses around the world, the cannabis business situation is especially sobering.
Due to COVID-19 and its impact on the global economy, since the beginning of 2020, the S&P 500 index is down nearly 20%.
The coronavirus has been impacting the world economy and, in particular, the cannabis industry. This is especially true with respect to the virtual shutdown of business activity in China.
Investing in marijuana stocks is risky these days, so why is CalPERS sinking more money into major cannabis companies?
Cannabis companies don't have the same financial advantages of other companies, meaning success is the only option.
If you’re experiencing election anxiety this month, remember that soon the election will (hopefully) be behind us and we can all move on.
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In the documentary "Meghan and Harry: The Baby Years", Ingrid Seward, editor of Majesty magazine, spoke about the harsh reality Harry had to face as a kid.