But is it just seasonal price promotions and inventory control strategy at play?
Industrial hemp advocacy and the therapeutic bent to agriculture both come to a head in Healing Grounds, an organization started this year by Fred-Curtis Lewis, a 36-year-old vet in Kentucky.
Jacob Shepherd, whose father was shot dead 20 years ago for growing marijuana, has - along with Mary Jane Jones, his mother - used this low point as an impetus to fight for cannabis legalization in Kentucky and beyond.
Two military veteran brothers in Kentucky are fighting a battle to grow industrial hemp in the soil they served their country to defend. But they face an enemy they're not trained to fight in bringing grass to the Bluegrass State.
Morgan Stanley has given GW Pharmaceuticals (GWPH) its vote of confidence, so will this increase confidence in marijuana stocks?
Discourse in America is imperiled by the Bruce Springsteen Effect: the lyrics are injected with a blue-collar sensibility, but the main act will cater to a multi-million-dollar lifestyle at day's end
One of the fastest street-legal cars out there also costs more than most can afford. But for the company, it's an aspirational investment that pays off.
The Lamborghini approach is about fulfilling a dream for buyers, the company's CEO says.
The rare coin market is steadily growing, highlighted by last year's world-record-breaking sale of a silver dollar for a stratospheric $10 million. That's part of a more widely-spread phenomenon; the U.S. coin market was worth $5 billion in 2013.
But cultivators need business expertise to thrive.