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HillEra05 wrote: N.cn is obviously overvalued. It is just a vape store, there is over 1000 plus vape stores everywhere.
amazon is overvalued, there are over a 1000 retailers everywhere.
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HillEra05 wrote: N.cn is obviously overvalued. It is just a vape store, there is over 1000 plus vape stores everywhere.
Do you happen to know if anyone of those 1000+ plus vape store is listed in any exchange?

It would be nice to hear why it is overvalued other than people are speculating about future SP and growth.
zaidyboy wrote: amazon is overvalued, there are over a 1000 retailers everywhere.
Amazon is nothing compare to Tesla :D
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dealbreak3r wrote: Do you happen to know if anyone of those 1000+ plus vape store is listed in any exchange?

It would be nice to hear why it is overvalued other than people are speculating about future SP and growth.



Amazon is nothing compare to Tesla :D
Lol honestly.
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zaidyboy wrote: amazon is overvalued, there are over a 1000 retailers everywhere.
Are you forgetting AWS? That’s where Amazon’s value is. Otherwise, not sure what you’re talking about.
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Vneckjersey wrote: Are you forgetting AWS? That’s where Amazon’s value is. Otherwise, not sure what you’re talking about.
It was strictly sarcasm directed to the fella with no basis to his argument lol
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With the legalization of mj, is it safe to hold a long position on a few? Which would be the top 5?
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n0thing wrote: With the legalization of mj, is it safe to hold a long position on a few? Which would be the top 5?
1) APH - lowest cost producer in the sector and the most profitable - best management in my opinion
2) WEED- aggressive and biggest producer, has been making big moves lately
3) THCX - higher probability of getting mou with quebec, quebecers are known to be very loyal to their own kind... quebec based
4) MJN - international exposure (ie. Germany) and top notch management
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Thanks

How about ACB -- Aurora Cannabis Inc?
imflying12 wrote: 1) APH - lowest cost producer in the sector and the most profitable - best management in my opinion
2) WEED- aggressive and biggest producer, has been making big moves lately
3) THCX - has mou with quebec, quebecers are known to be very loyal to their own kind... quebec based
4) MJN - international exposure (ie. Germany) and top notch management
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ttoommyy wrote: Thanks

How about ACB -- Aurora Cannabis Inc?
I'd wait until the whole fiasco settles down with CanniMed.

I think Namaste($n) is long as well.
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zaidyboy wrote: I'd wait until the whole fiasco settles down with CanniMed.

I think Namaste($n) is long as well.
same as EMH
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imflying12 wrote: 1) APH - lowest cost producer in the sector and the most profitable - best management in my opinion
2) WEED- aggressive and biggest producer, has been making big moves lately
3) THCX - has mou with quebec, quebecers are known to be very loyal to their own kind... quebec based
4) MJN - international exposure (ie. Germany) and top notch management
This is not fact. It's possible, but nothing has been announced yet.
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hebsie wrote: This is not fact. It's possible, but nothing has been announced yet.
Forgot to mention that THCX's head quarters is located in Gatineau and ceo is FRENCH. This gives them a HUGE advantage over Canopy. Trust me, Quebecers LOVE their own kind. They will do anything to stay away from supporting outsiders.
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imflying12 wrote: Forgot to mention that THCX's head quarters is located in Gatineau and ceo is FRENCH. This gives them a HUGE advantage over Canopy. Trust me, Quebecers LOVE their own kind. They will do anything to stay away from supporting outsiders.
Not saying they don't, but until the Quebec gov't officially announces the MOU, your statement stands incorrect and misleading...hebs
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hebsie wrote: Not saying they don't, but until the Quebec gov't officially announces the MOU, your statement stands incorrect and misleading...hebs
Made that correction, thanks for pointing that out
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imflying12 wrote: 1) APH - lowest cost producer in the sector and the most profitable - best management in my opinion
2) WEED- aggressive and biggest producer, has been making big moves lately
3) THCX - higher probability of getting mou with quebec, quebecers are known to be very loyal to their own kind... quebec based
4) MJN - international exposure (ie. Germany) and top notch management
Any opinion on CBW currently on the venture exchange? Even if it is just thoughts about their model potentially.

The name gives the suggestion that they will turn into a company providing dividends to investors.

That's what I want to see from companies in the sector.

It's also cheaper than the others you mentioned at this time.

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