US & CA marijuana stocks


One way to capitalize is with U.S. stocks such as Terra Tech (OTC: TRTC) and Kush Bottles (OTC: KSHB).

However, cannabis use in any form, medically or recreationally, is still illegal on the federal level in the United States. That creates more legal risk for companies operating in the U.S cannabis industry.

Aphria adds another 700K square feet of cultivation capacity by spring 2019


The final phase, phase four, is a $137 million investment to add another 700,000 square feet of production capacity. This portion of the project has yet to be funded and would be scheduled to go online in the spring of 2019.

Aphria adds another 200,000 square feet of cultivation capacity by spring 2018

Part three is now underway, a $25 million investment to add another 200,000 square feet of cultivation capacity. This stage is set to be completed in the spring of 2018.

Expected legalization of marijuana across Canada: 2019


It is important to note that this stock has already priced in the expected legalization of marijuana across Canada. However, these policies are not likely to be instituted until 2019, so investors will not receive the full benefits of recreational marijuana market for another 3 years.

Canadian marijuana companies


In the Canadian medicinal (and eventually recreational) marijuana industry, Canopy Growth Corp. (TSX:CGC) stands heads and shoulders above the competition in terms of market capitalization. The company’s current market capitalization is over $1 billion–the first Canadian marijuana company to eclipse the mark.

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