July has Some Good News for These Marijuana Stocks... Marijuana Stocks Breaking News & Top Stories For July 3, 2019

July has Some Good News for These Marijuana Stocks

Marijuana stocks have been bouncing around in the market trying to pick up steam. With some of the leading companies presenting new ideas to impact the marijuana industry. Some companies have managed to put themselves in the spotlight due to their commitment to innovation for the future. While these companies are on the uprise terms of market cap, they continuously illustrate why the ancillary cannabis market is so important for marijuana stock investors.


These Marijuana Stocks Are Bringing in A Lot of Attention

In only a year or so, cannabis stocks have gone from underground to a market with seemingly endless potential. As we move forward in the marijuana industry, some companies with a large amount of promise, aren’t always the largest. These two marijuana stocks should help to illustrate the large potential that lies within some alternative pot stocks.


Marijuana Stocks, An Abandoned Chocolate Factory & A Vision

The forward-thinking and, at times controversial Co-CEO of Canopy Growth (CGC) (WEED), Bruce Linton has officially announced that he’s stepping down. This is effective immediately. The move has triggered volatility for marijuana stocks on July 3.

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Joshua Dylan or (J. Dylan) is one of MarijuanaStocks.com’s head staff writers. J. Dylan grew up in Los Angeles, California and has been part of the Cannabis / Marijuana business & legalization movement for many years. He brings his knowledge and out of the box thinking and a sense of humor to the MarijuanaStocks.com team.

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