Just two years ago, any company name hinting at involvement in cannabis in any way would see its stock skyrocket. If the company was private, then it would consider doing an IPO. It was another brainless speculative frenzy, such as cryptocurrencies or “fake beef” as in ‘Beyond Meat.’

At Dohmen Capital I pointed out all the factors that would terminate this boom. First of all, cannabis is still considered an illegal drug by Federal Law. A crackdown could occur at any time. Therefore, the Canadian cannabis companies had a much bigger boom than the ones registered in the U.S. The real problem is excess supply. Marijuana (source of cannabis) is a weed and would grow almost

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