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Stocks ended mixed Tuesday on reports that China may be pushing back against American trade talk demands.
Tilray shares turn following the company's fourth-quarter results while other pot stocks trade mixed.
It might not be time to panic yet about Tilray, but there's likely a problem ahead.
Short interest is back in the low single digits while Tilray still enjoys one of the smallest floats for a cannabis company.
Tilray's wide trading range on Tuesday is relatively calm considering the important levels it's teetering on.
Tilray turns lower after the Canadian cannabis group posts a wider-than-expected fourth-quarter loss but says sales nearly tripled in a growing global market for medical marijuana.
Jim Cramer says that Tilray's earnings call disappointed him. Here's why he wasn't blown away.
A key aspect of the international expansion is the company's recent acquisition of hemp-food producer Manitoba Harvest in February.
Apparently, this game is all about growth right now. It certainly is not about margins.
Bristol-Myers, Tilray, and Elon Musk are some of the top headlines in business news Tuesday. Here's what Jim Cramer's watching.
Tilray will not be cash flow positive for another 2-3 years - that's not quick enough progress for me given its $7 billion dollar capitalization.
Here's what you need to know about Tilray's earnings, Elon Musk's fight with the SEC and Bristol-Myers fight with Starboard over Celgene. Jim Cramer talks the markets
Let's check out the charts and indicators for this so-called pot play.
The move was helped by the TLRY's deals with AB InBev for beverages and Novartis for medical applications.
U.S. stock futures rise modestly ahead of the start of the two-day Federal Reserve meeting; the SEC blasts Tesla CEO Elon Musk for his alleged failure to abide by an agreement to curb his 'reckless' tweets; cannabis company Tilray beats revenue estimates.
Tilray shares rose in after-hours action on strong revenue as traders shrugged off a wider-than-expected loss.
Tilray, Inc., ("Tilray" or the "Company") (Nasdaq: TLRY) a global leader in cannabis research, cultivation, production and distribution, today reported financial results for the fourth quarter and year ended December 31, 2018.
Tilray is expected to increase its revenue by more than 50% from the previous quarter.
When it comes to products related to cannabis consumption, a rich universe of options continues to scale up around oils and edibles.
U.S. stock futures are mixed on Monday; the Federal Reserve is unlikely to lift interest rates when it meets this week; a meeting between Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping may be pushed off until June, a report says.
This quarter is a heavy test for Tilray because of the stock's lofty valuation.
Tilray is scheduled to report fourth-quarter results after the closing bell Monday.
Assessing Aurora and its peers, strictly on the numbers.
Aurora Cannabis' hiring of deal maker Nelson Peltz opens up a wealth of new possibilities for the Canadian pot company.
I know that Nelson is fascinated by the medicinal properties chiefly as a replacement for opioids, the scourge of this country.
Jim Cramer discusses Real Money's stock of the day and why he believes that the company is undervalued.
The price of ACB is moving up today and a fresh look at the charts and indicators seems like a good idea.
Today, Tilray, Inc. (NASDAQ:TLRY), a global pioneer in cannabis production, research, cultivation and distribution, announces the expansion of its global senior leadership team with the appointment of Andrew Pucher as Chief Corporate Development Officer.
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