420 Investor Weekly Review 09/02/22


Illinois adult-use cannabis sales fell 5% sequentially in August, rising 6% from a year ago, to $129.4 million.

I distributed this written material to 420 Investor subscribers during the week:

Here are some of this week's highlights for Focus List names:

  • AYRWF opened its relocated dispensary in Dania Beach, Florida.
  • CEAD adjourned its annual meeting to 10/6/22 due to lack of a quorum.
  • CRLBF opened an additional 3 Sunnyside medical cannabis dispensaries in Florida, leaving them with now 19 in the state.
  • JUSHF Q2 Revenue of $72.8 million was a bit ahead of expectations, but the profitability lagged and the outlook was reduced.
  • IIPR bought the Curaleaf cultivation facility in Massachusetts for $21.5 million and will lease it to the company.
  • LOWLF boosted its convertible note financing by $2.2 million to $6.4 million.
  • SMG reduced its free cash flow outlook for FY22 substantially and named an interim CFO.
  • TLLTF opened its third Massachusetts medical cannabis dispensary in Cambridge.
  • TLRY expanded its product offerings under the Good Supply brand.
  • UGRO announced the resignation of its COO and President, James Dennedy.
  • VRNOF opened three new stores in Florida, giving it 59 in the state.

I removed VLNS from the Focus List this week upon the announcement that SNDL will acquire the company for stock.

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Market Performance

The Global Cannabis Stock Index fell 4.0% during the week to 14.68, still holding its 52-week and all-time closing low of 14.36 . This was worse than the decline in the S&P 500 of 3.2%:

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