420 Investor Weekly Review 09/23/22


Canada is finally reviewing the adult-use program. The country saw sales increase sequentially by 4.5% to C$394.8 million in July, up 17.8% 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:

  • ACB reported flat sales at C$50.2 million, predominantly from the medical cannabis market. Its adjusted EBITDA was worse than expected at -C$12.9 million. There was also a large hit to income due to write-downs.
  • AYRWF introduced its brand Lost in Translation into four additional states.
  • CRLBF launched its Cresco brand in Florida.
  • CURLF opened its 18th Pennsylvania medical cannabis dispensary in Allentown. It also closed the acquisition of the majority of Germany's Four 20 Pharma.
  • GNLN launched a new enhanced wholesale shopping experience.
  • GRWG will open a new store in Richmond, Virginia and has two planned for New Jersey and Missouri.'
  • TCNNF gained a Georgia medical cannabis Class 1 license and opened a relocated dispensary in Florida.
  • TLRY received approval to extend in Italy.
  • TRSSF named a new Northeast Region President, Karim Bouaziz, formerly with Parallel and with VidaCann.

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Market Performance

The Global Cannabis Stock Index hit a new all-time closing low on Friday of 11.70. For the week, it fell 12.8%, which far exceeded the 4.7% decline in the S&P 500.

Posted to Benzinga PotProfits on Sep 23, 2022 — 4:09 PM
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