Complete List of Top 50 Marijuana Stocks to Invest In

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Complete List of Top 50 Marijuana Stocks to Invest In

Getting a full list of marijuana stocks can be somewhat difficult since many countries are just lifting the sanctions placed on free marijuana trade. We’ve done the hard work required to compile 50 marijuana stocks, in a bid to inform you as regards the options you have.

It wouldn’t be much ironical, if we opined that marijuana stocks grow like weed because that’s the reality, as we speak.

According to Factbook, the officially authorized channels and black market demand of marijuana is up to $52.5billion

This increase in demand has brought companies like Canopy Growth Corp (CGC) and Aphria (APH) to the limelight.

Without much ado, below is a complete list of every marijuana stock we were able to uncover;

NOTE: the companies that are listed above have a minimal market cap cutoff of $5 million (all digits articulated in USD)

Final thoughts

This list is not a recommendation but a full presentation of cannabis investments stocks that exist out there. Even though there are some well established companies included in our list, most of these stocks are over-the-counter stocks.

For example—APH, PharmaCan, Aphria, Canopy Growth Corp, Aurora Cannabis, Mettrum Health, Supreme Pharmaceuticals and CGC— are actually growing and selling weed legally within the confines of their country; therefore, the risk of being duped might be lower. Some United States cannabis companies were excluded because they are private companies that do not sell public shares.

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