Cannabis Shares To Be Traded On New York Stock Exchange By The End Of May

The New York Stock Exchange may soon be trading shares of a Canadian cannabis company.     Canopy Growth, an Ontario-based cannabis producer, has applied to trade its shares on the NYSE, expecting to be approved sometime by the end of May, under the symbol CGC. According to Beacon Securities analyst Vahan Ajamian, “Listing on […]

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Aurora Cannabis… The Biggest Cannabis Producer In the World?

Last Monday, Aurora Cannabis bought Canadian cannabis producer MedReleaf for a value of $2.5 billion US dollars, making it the largest cannabis company to date. Projected to be able to produce 570,000 kilograms of cannabis a year, with a number of facilities in Canada and Denmark. It will be a primary supplier for the medical […]

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“Cannabinoids” The Key to Healing the Opioid Epidemic?

  Most of us are not new to the opioid epidemic that is currently affecting over 100 million of Americans and their families. The overprescription of drugs such as hydrocodone and oxycontin, has shown to lead over half of patients to abuse and eventual adoption of harder, more addictive substances such as heroine and fentanyl […]

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New Commitments In Cannabis From Trump

        Over the past weeks we’ve seen some major shifts in attitude towards marijuana as a plant and industry. As seen within John Boehner’s re-positioning on the topic (joining Acreage Holdings), Mitch McConnell’s push for de-scheduling hemp, the FDA’s public request for opinions for the UNWHO review, and now a promise to protect states […]

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Product Update: Internal Messaging Between Buyers & Sellers

Here at Kush Marketplace, we’ve been researching the biggest pain points buyers and sellers face regarding transactions in the cannabis industry. As a marketplace we serve both sides of orders, and I can tell you how complicated & difficult the process can be. Here’s a short list of 10 major pain points on each side: […]

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April / May Pricing Forecast

Historically sales slow down post 4/20 for most producers and processors. Retail shops tend to take advantage of the deals and specials leading up to the holiday which can result in an overstock of inventory. This dynamic could create some volatility in the market. The charts below will give you an idea of where the market […]

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Important Updates On Pesticide Usage:

The Washington State Department of Agriculture, has released a list, regarding four products that contain undisclosed pesticides that may cause your product to fail testing. If you have utilized one of the products below please follow the appropriate steps in the “Action Required Section.” Fertilizers: Bud Factor X, WA Reg. No. 1465-0111 Finisher 0.0083-0.011-0.0505, WA […]

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