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Cannabis Sativa Enters into Letter of Intent to Acquire Lacuna Botanicals CBD Company
Posted on Monday June 03, 2019
MESQUITE, NV / ACCESSWIRE / June 3, 2019 / Cannabis Sativa, Inc. (CBDS) is proud to announce a signed Letter of Intent to acquire Lacuna Botanicals, a premier Colorado based CBD product line with manufacturing and distribution. "Lacuna Botanicals https://lacunabotanicals.com/ offers products designed to relax, rejuvenate and restore," said founder Jeremiah Molfese. Lacuna Botanicals bioactive creams, elixirs, oils and pet care products incorporate a wide range of botanical ingredients including terpenes, essential oils and Cannabinoids such as CBD.
4 Best Marijuana ETFs for Conservative Portfolios
Posted on Friday May 31, 2019
Editor's note: This story was previously published in February 2019. It has since been updated and republished.Investors are clamoring for ways to get in on a popular, but risky, marijuana-investing craze. Despite the reality that pot is illegal under federal law, many states have legalized the substance and plenty of marijuana ETFs have cropped up as a result.For recreational use, Oregon, Massachusetts, California and a few more states allow marijuana use. Yet, the majority of U.S. states have medical marijuana legislation in the pipeline. Presently, with the legal disconnect between federal and state law regarding marijuana use, investing directly in U.S. marijuana ETFs and stocks is risky and replete with scams and fraud.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips * 7 Stocks to Buy for Monster Growth If you're determined to get in on the marijuana investing scene, there are several conservative-ish marijuana ETFs for partaking in the speculative pot party: Alternative Harvest ETF (MJ)Hot off the New York Stock Exchange, the Alternative Harvest ETF (NYSEARCA:MJ) began trading on Dec. 26, 2017.Source: Shutterstock Derived from an international real estate investment trust (REIT) fund, the marijuana ETF tracks cannabis cultivators, producers and distributors, along with cannabinoid drug makers, fertilizer producers and tobacco companies.As the first of what is sure to be many U.S. marijuana ETFs, the Alternative Harvest enjoys a first-mover advantage. American Growth Fund (AMREX)It's risky to call American Growth Funds Series Two Class E (MUTF:AMREX) a conservative marijuana pick., as the fund has racked up significant losses in the pastSource: Shutterstock Yet, if you're a contrarian seeking a fund with access to the cannabis industry through marijuana ETFs you might consider AMREX.AMREX's top holdings include some well-known names and other niche pot players including GW Pharmaceuticals PLC-ADR (NASDAQ:GWPH), Scotts Miracle-Gro Co (NYSE:SMG), Abbott Laboratories (NYSE:ABT), Cara Therapeutics Inc (NASDAQ:CARA), Cannabis Sativa Inc (OTCMKTS:CBDS) and more. * 7 Stocks to Sell Amid an Escalating Trade War The fund is small and hasn't gained serious investor traction, but it might be a good diversifier against the movements of the S&P 500. Cronos Group Inc. (CRON)Go north for another fund tapping into marijuana ETFs. Cronos Group (NASDAQ:CRON), formerly known as PharmaCan Capital Corp, and formerly trading on the OTC market under "PRMCF," is an investment firm focused on investing in the medical marijuana industry.Source: Shutterstock Cronos' investments abide by Canada's Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR). Founded in 2013 in Toronto, the fund targets Canadian firms and makes minority investments in cannabis-related firms. Create Your Own Pot Mutual FundDiversification is key when investing in a speculative sphere like marijuana ETFs. You might want to dip your toes in the above marijuana ETFs and add in some popular cannabis-related stocks to round out your pot portfolio.Source: Shutterstock M1 Finance and Motif both allow you to create your own mutual fund, for extremely low fees. You can choose the investments, purchase your preferred amount and voila, you have your own marijuana ETF, comprised of both funds and individual stocks!In addition to the funds profiled above, consider adding several pure marijuana industry stocks and pot-related holdings. Top marijuana stocks include Canopy Growth, Aphria Inc (NYSE:APHA) and GW Pharmaceuticals. Peripherally related pot stocks include Scotts Miracle-Gro or Constellation Brands, Inc. (NYSE:STZ). * 7 Stocks That Won Super Bowl Sunday Investing in marijuana is risky. With the disconnect between state and federal marijuana laws, putting your money in this sector sets you up for a roller coaster ride. Tread cautiously into the pot investing fields.Barbara A. Friedberg, MBA, MS is a veteran portfolio manager, expert investor, and former university finance instructor. She is editor/author of Personal Finance; An Encyclopedia of Modern Money Management and two additional money books. She is CEO of Robo-Advisor Pros.com, a robo-advisor review and information website. Additionally, Friedberg is publisher of the well-regarded investment website Barbara Friedberg Personal Finance.com. Follow her on twitter @barbfriedberg and @roboadvisorpros. As of this writing, she does not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 10 F-Rated Stocks That Could Break Your Portfolio * 5 Fintech Stocks to Buy As This Mega Trend Gains Steam * 10 Cold Weather Stocks to Heat Up Your Returns Compare Brokers The post 4 Best Marijuana ETFs for Conservative Portfolios appeared first on InvestorPlace.
6 Marijuana Stocks With Critical Levels to Watch
Posted on Friday May 24, 2019
In financial markets, there are certain price levels that are more significant than others with regard to the amount of supply and demand that exists at them. In addition, prices are always doing one of three things. They are either going up, going down or going nowhere. When understood and applied correctly, technical analysis is an illustration of these dynamics. Being aware of, and understanding where these levels and trends are when investing in marijuana stocks can lead to massive profits.Yes, technical analysts get a bad rap and I can understand why. Most technical analysts do not seem to understand the fundamentals. To make matters worse, some analysts employ esoteric techniques, such as Gann Theory, Harmonic Patterns or Elliot Waves. In my opinion there is no validity to such methods. They are in the realm of the Bigfoot and UFOs … fun to talk about, but hardly credible. Professional institutional traders do not pay attention to them.As someone who traded in the hedge fund world for more than twenty years, I can tell you first hand what the pros do care about: Important support and resistance levels, trends, momentum, and risk management.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips * 10 Names That Are Screaming Stocks to Buy Let's take a look and some of the supply-and-demand dynamics that are occurring in marijuana stocks. Knowing where the important levels and trends are can help you develop trading ideas. It can also and help you decide at which levels to place your buy and sell orders, and whether you should use market or limit orders. Read on for advice on how and where to trade the most popular pot stocks in the market today: Marijuana Stocks to Buy 2019: Aphria (APHA) Click to Enlarge Aphria (NYSE:APHA) grows and sells marijuana. In additional to cannabis, their products include things like capsules and vaporizers.On Monday the company announced that its President Jakob Ripshtein resigned. There has been considerable employee turnover in the upper echelons of management recently at Aphria. In January, CEO Vic Neufeld and Co-founder Cole Cacciavillani announced their resignation. Time will tell if these changes are a good or bad thing.The APHA stock price has fallen about 30% in the past month, but it just broke its downtrend after becoming oversold.It has been consolidating around the $7 level. In this situation, if I had been waiting to buy, I would go ahead and pull the trigger. This is because the downtrend line has been broken, possibly due to the sellers decision to cancel their orders on account of Ripshtein's resignation.There is nothing mysterious about trendlines -- they are really just logic and common sense. If used correctly, trendlines should simply be graphical representations of the supply and demand dynamics that are occurring in markets. When the trend was headed lower it meant that the forces of supply were in control. Now that the downtrend has been broken, it illustrates that the forces of demand have equalized with the forces of supply. Canopy Growth (CGC) Click to Enlarge Canopy Growth (NYSE:CGC) is also a producer and distributer of marijuana. In terms of market capitalization, it is the largest Cannabis company in the world.You don't need to be a market guru to see that the levels between $65 and $70 have been an area of resistance. Since last September every time CGC traded up to these levels, the forces of supply stepped in and drove it down.An important thing to understand about this company is that it loses money and CGC seems to be headed in the wrong direction. Last year the loss was 40 cents per share. That's nearly three times greater than the loss of 14 cents in 2017. In 2016, the loss was 5 cents per share. * 10 Small-Cap Stocks That Look Like Bargains This is a situation where, if I was considering selling, I would pull the trigger. If I was a buyer I would wait. The reasons are simple: Canopy stock is starting to trend lower and there is resistance just overhead. The path of least resistance seems to be to the downside. Aurora Cannabis (ACB) Click to Enlarge Aurora Cannabis (NYSE:ACB) sells a lot of weed. ACB just reported its last quarter's earnings and its gross margins came in at a hefty 55%. Further, revenue grew 20% to 65 million CAD, or roughly $50 million U.S. dollars. That works out to be about nine tons of the green stuff!It is clear that over the past eighteen months, the $14 level has been where the sellers come alive. It was the top in early 2018, again in September, and, most recently, in April. If you are planning on selling Aurora Cannabis stock, knowing this level is important.For example, suppose your broker or friend told you that ACB stock was worth $15 per share, suggesting you place your sell order at that level. The fact that there is a lot of supply at the $14 level may prevent the stock from getting to $15. It may make a better decision to place the order at $14. Sure, it is a lower price but it is probably better than having your order at $15 not be executed because the stock once again got to $14 and then proceeded to head lower.It is currently oversold and testing support around the $10.30 level. There is support there because it was resistance in November and January. Cronos Group (CRON) Click to Enlarge Cronos Group (NASDAQ:CRON) produces and sells cannabis in Canada and Germany. You don't need to be a master trader to see that the $14 level is important to the CRON stock price. This level acted as resistance for Cronos stock in September and December, and now it is providing support.Support levels form when a stock trades at a certain level and vested interest develops. In September and December, some investors sold short their CRON stock at $14. For a while, they were happy because they were thinking that they would be taking some profits. But in January, CRON traded above that.The short sellers are now underwater and looking at taking losses. They tell themselves that if the stock trades back down to $14, they would close out their trades and break even. This means that now there will be buy interest and the $14 level will become support.This is a situation where I would act whether I was a buyer or a seller. That is because it is either going to break support and fall or rebound and rise. One thing is for certain: It won't stay at $14 forever. * 10 Baby Boomer Stocks to Buy You have to make a decision to act whether you are bullish or bearish. If you are correct and you wait too long, you may miss out on some profits. Cannabis Sativa (CBDS) Click to Enlarge Cannabis Sativa, Inc (OTCMKTS:CBDS) is engaged in all types of business related to cannabis, They develop, acquire and license various products including edibles, recipes and delivery systems. Maybe they do too many things because the company has been losing money for years. Over the past five years it has lost about $40 million.CBDS stock has found support at prior support levels, though. This illustrates the importance of being aware of where the previous lows are. If you were considering buying CBDS shares and realized that it was in a downtrend and approaching levels that had been support in the past, then it would make sense to wait for a better price.Recently, Cannabis Sativa stock has broken its downtrend and is consolidating. That means that the forces of supply have become equal with the forces of demand. While it was trending lower the forces of supply were in control. Now the forces of supply and demand have become equalized. This is what traders call sideways trading. Horizons Marijuana Life Sciences ETF (HMLSF) Click to Enlarge Horizons Marijuana Life Sciences ETF (OTCMKS:HMLSF) is a popular exchange-traded fund (ETF). You can see that it is testing support around the $15 level. This level was support on April 15. It is important because it was resistance in March and June of last year. It is also important psychologically.Why is there support at this level? One reason is because there were investors who were considering buying it in April but never entered the trade. When they missed it, they told themselves that if it ever got back to $15, they would buy it. These dynamics form support.This is one of the reasons why professional traders pay attention when stocks are approaching levels that were recent tops or bottoms. They understand these dynamics and use them to profit. * 7 Stocks to Buy that Lost 10% Last Week The long-term importance of the $20 level is obvious. It was resistance at the beginning of last year and again in September and October. This would be a logical area to place a Good-Til-Cancelled (GTC) sell order.As of this writing, Mark Putrino did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. More From InvestorPlace * 4 Top American Penny Pot Stocks (Buy Before June 21) * 6 Stocks to Buy for This Decade's Massive Megatrend * The 7 Best Stocks to Buy From the IPO ETF * 7 Athletic Apparel Stocks With Marathon Pace Compare Brokers The post 6 Marijuana Stocks With Critical Levels to Watch appeared first on InvestorPlace.
This Cannabis Company Will Probably End Up in the Dustbin of Wall Street History
Posted on Thursday May 16, 2019
Like many marijuana stocks, this pot company loses money and is probably destined for the dustbin of Wall Street history, but it may be setting up for a low-risk, high-reward short term investment. Cannabis Sativa, Inc. (OTCMKTS:CBDS) is involved in many areas of the cannabis industry. There are definitely some lessons to be learned from a situation like this, Here are five things to consider:Source: Shutterstock Radar Screen: This stock got on to my radar screen because it is in the cannabis industry. it has also dropped 70% since September. Anytime that a stock falls that dramatically in such a short period of time, there is always a chance of a rebound or a 'dead cat bounce'.Fundamentals: The company has been losing money for years. Last year's loss was (.20) per share.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsTechnicals: The stock is oversold and at levels that were support in the past. The $2 level was support last September, and after the recent selloff it has become support again. In addition, it has been in a clear downtrend . Because it is oversold and at support, there is a significant chance that it could rebound off of these levels. If it does, it seems like the next important resistance level is around $2.70. This level was support in December.Risk Management: We need to understand that humans have not evolved in a way that is conducive for successful trading or investing. When money is on the line it incites an emotional response. Fear of taking a loss makes investors hold on to losers for too long. Fear of missing a profit causes investors to close out their winners too early. That is why you should never enter a position unless you know where you will take your stop-out loss and where you will take profits. This is the most important rule of investing! Click to Enlarge Here is what I would do. The trigger to enter the trade would be the break of the downtrend line. My stop-out would be at $1.95 and my sell price is $2.65. The sell price for taking a profit is just below a level that will probably be resistance.The sell price for taking a loss is just below important support. That is because if the support breaks, the stock could trend much lower.As of this writing, Mark Putrino did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. More From InvestorPlace * 4 Top American Penny Pot Stocks (Buy Before June 21) * 10 Stocks to Sell Before They Tank Your Portfolio * Top 7 Dow Jones Stocks of 2019 -- So Far * 5 Low-Priced, High-Potential Tech Stocks to Buy Compare Brokers The post This Cannabis Company Will Probably End Up in the Dustbin of Wall Street History appeared first on InvestorPlace.