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As cannabis becomes more and more legal, investors have started to wonder what that means for them.
We added to two positions last week, as positive action in the market led the Russell 2000 to climb.
Despite swimming against the recent tide with small-cap stocks, we have several positions that are more than holding their own.
While health care holdings may suffer, cannabis-related holdings should get a boost.
We saw a number of our positions rebound along with the market last week.
Amid volatile market activity, we added to four positions last week.
The majority of our positions outperformed our benchmark during a challenging week for the stock market.
These stocks offer some diversification or unique features in the legal-weed space.
We initiated a new position and added to a newer name during a mixed week for the portfolio.
Last week was a frenetic one for the portfolio as we scaled into one name, added another to the fold, and booked some hefty profits in a cannabis stock.
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The approval Tilray Inc. received to import a cannabis-based product for a clinical trial in the U.S. propels higher shares of marijuana-related companies, including two in our portfolio.
Last week we re-initiated a position in Aurora Cannabis, exited USA Technologies and added to our holdings in Del Frisco's Restaurant Group.
With legal-weed firm Tilray up nearly 500% in seven weeks, we want to own rival company Aurora Cannabis again.
We added a starter a position in Parateum Corp. during a challenging week for the portfolio.
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Cannabis company executives share vision, answer questions live at VirtualInvestorConferences.
We added 2 new positions last week as the portfolio finished the summer strong.
Last week was a busy one for the portfolio as we exited 3 positions.
There were several bright spots in the portfolio last week, including Habit Restaurants and USA Technologies.
Kush Bottles rallied 8.2% and Aurora Cannabis soared 18.9% on Constellation Brands’ $4 billion legal-weed investment.
The portfolio had several big winners last week as shares of Habit Restaurants and Energy Recovery soared.
We trimmed one position and added to another last week as smaller-cap stocks took a hit.
During a week that showed little change for the major stock market indices, the portfolio had a number of outperformers.
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