Debra Borchardt is the CEO and Editor-In-Chief of the cannabis financial news site Green Market Report. She is an award-winning journalist who has covered the cannabis industry for the last seven years. Debra is often a panel guest or moderator at cannabis conferences and is considered a thought leader in the industry. She has appeared on Yahoo Finance TV, Cheddar TV and Bold TV to speak about the financial aspects of the industry.
Recent Articles By The Author
Will Mydecine's Move Make the Market for Pharmaceutical Psilocybin Mushroom?
Psychedelic companies hoping to capitalize on a surging interest in psilocybin treatments have been limited to one source for research grade psilocybin. Until now.
After Smoke Clears, Pot Industry Could See M&A Activity Light Up
Real Money tapped an industry expert to discuss the outlook for buying and selling of cannabis companies.
Pot Cos. Find That High Isn't Good When It Comes to Cost
Value customers drive move away luxury pot products.
It's the Bigger Players Who'll Benefit as Cannabidiol Sales Are Cut by Covid
New CBD companies are finding it difficult to enter retail channels.
Totally Out There: Our Top 5 Psychedelic Stocks
Investors are anxious to grab the next penny stock that may be poised to jump on the mind-blowing bubble. Here they are.
Don't Forget the Motor City: Corporate Cannabis on Sidelines for Michigan
A messy situation hangs over a state that could rival Colorado or Illinois for sales.
Trulieve Bucks the Cannabis Trend
How is Trulieve accomplishing what so many other cannabis companies have attempted and failed?
Convenience Stores Eagerly Await Cannabis Products
There are 153,000 convenience stores in the U.S. and these outlets sell the bulk of the country's cigarettes.
Cannabis Is Not Happening in Vegas
Experts predict it could take 12-18 months for the market to recover.
Cannabis Companies Eyeing How Plant Could Help Autism Symptoms
After finding success in treatment for epilepsy and other conditions, some in the industry are focusing on autism spectrum disorder.