Jim Cramer: How to Pick a Cannabis Stock on 4/20
It's a holiday for some.
It's Monday, April 20. Also known as: 4/20.
And, while the holiday could already be considered a pretty mellow occasion, this year really has a slow burn as the coronavirus pandemic keeps millions of Americans indoors.
Jim Cramer has some thoughts on the cannabis sector, and he has one particular company that he likes the most.
What company is that?
The company has recently gone through two plant closures and its laid off 85 workers.
The company said it expected to take a C$700 million to C$800 million (US$495 million-US$566 million) charge to close plants and dismiss 85 staffers.
The restructuring will shut down operations in Springfield, N.Y., and its indoor facility in Yorkton, Saskatchewan.
"When I arrived at Canopy Growth in January, I committed to conducting a strategic review in order to lower our cost structure and reduce our cash burn," Chief Executive David Klein said in a statement.
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