420 Investor Weekly Review 09/09/22


BDSA data for July showed continued modest growth in most of the states that they track sequentially in July. Mature markets in the West fell dramatically from a year ago. Hifyre data suggests that Canadian retail cannabis sales fell slightly from a record in July to C$402.6 million in August. Illinois released its medical cannabis data for August, which suggested that the overall cannabis sales during the month were down 3.8% sequentially to $158.4 million and up 2.5% from a year ago.

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

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

  • AAWH reported an investigation into its CEO regarding a domestic-related misdemeanor. It was able to secure a $15 million CAPEX lease facility from XS Financial.
  • AYRWF announced that its partner in Connecticut won a provisional adult-use license in the state.
  • CGC announced the debut of "with Love, for Peace" limited-edition VOLCANO CLASSIC.
  • CRLBF closed a sale-leaseback in Pennsylvania with Aventine Property Group, selling the cultivation asset for $45 million.
  • JUSHF debuted cannabis-infused chocolates by Tasteology in Massachusetts.
  • TLLTF took third place in the Cultivators Cup in Massachusetts with its NF1 Badder.
  • TLRY will be advising German regulators regarding adult-use legalization there.
  • VRNOF closed the acquisitions of two operating dispensaries in Nevada and an active cultivation facility (Sierra Well). It also opened its 15th store in Pennsylvania.

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Market Performance

The Global Cannabis Stock Index rose 0.5% during the week to 14.75, still holding its 52-week after making a new all-time closing low of 14.21 on 9/6 . This trailed the S&P 500, which rose 3.7%:

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