Jason Weisberg of Seaport Securities says the overall trend in the market is positive and Wal-Mart no longer affects the market like it did in the past.
Before the first seed is even sown, Washington State is cutting back on the amount of marijuana producers it will license in the state.
Renaissance Capital Co-Founder and Chair Kathleen Smith believes this sets a high bar for companies like Square that plan to go public this year.
Housing decline blamed on the weather, but that doesn't explain why the northeast saw an increase in housing starts.
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Will the rise in coffee bean prices translate to an increase in the cost of a cup of joe at your local coffee shop.
Keith Bliss of Cuttone & Co. isn't so sure the weather is to blame for the reduced homebuilder confidence, and he will be watching Wednesday's housing starts report.
Marijuana technology company Ghost Group says the recent guidelines from the Department of Treasury give the green light for banking for cannabis businesses.
The government issued guidance for banks serving marijuana related businesses, but the bankers aren't getting any comfort with the guidelines.
Investors are buying the 'blame the weather' excuse this time around as stocks move higher.