The marijuana stock market has become a hotbed of conversation over the course of the past year or two. With so many pieces of news entering the industry, some companies have managed to stay under the radar despite having more potential than most. These companies may be on the smaller side, but the amount of innovation they are doing is in no way a small feat.
Leafbuyer Technologies, Inc. (LBUY) is one of the leading online resources within the world of cannabis. As a platform for everything from finding a dispensary to educating the public about certain types of weed, Leafbuyer has managed to make quite a name for themselves in the short time that they have been around. LBUY also has shown that they are up by over 85% since just the beginning of the year, which means they may be working toward finding their stride in the market.
Centered out of Colorado, Leafbuyer has an unusually high correlation to one of the founding weed markets in the U.S. Leafbuyer has also been able to work alongside some of the biggest names in cannabis in a way that has helped to promote their business as well as the companies that they work with. As a leading digital industry player, LBUY is able to reach millions of different individuals around the nation and help them to learn all they can about the world of weed.
Leafbuyer has stated that they are working to expand their capacity to use POS systems as one of their primary sources of collection. POS is also one of the best ways in the cannabis industry for allowing companies to track their products from seed to sale. All in all, Leafbuyer is working to continue on their high road to becoming one of the biggest sources for everything weed in the modern day.
Innovative Industrial Properties (IIPR) has become one of the bigger names in the ancillary industry associated with cannabis. The company is built on acquisitions and leasing out various spaces to those wishing to build a cannabis business. Since legislation and finding facilities can be one of the biggest barriers to entry for the market, IIPR helps to offer a valid service that eases that process greatly.
Innovative Industrial properties have been working off of a very predictable business model which comes with the business model that they utilize. The company’s estimate for their current fiscal year earnings has gone up by as much as 2% over the past three or so months.
IIPR is able to offer an investor a large amount of correlation to the cannabis industry without giving them the same volatile risks that are sometimes associated within it. For this reason, IIPR seems to be one of the solid choices for those who aren’t quite ready to fully jump into the legal marijuana industry.
When looking to become involved with the marijuana industry, it is always smart to do ones research and see all of the possible options before investing. With companies like the ones mentioned above, the broad spectrum of cannabis companies is only just beginning.
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