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As cannabis stocks have taken shareholders on a roller coaster ride, the REITs may be the safest place to go.
Let's take a close look at Canopy Growth, GrowGeneration and cannabis REIT Innovative Industrial Properties.
Only five companies went public during the first half of 2020 versus 13 in the first half of 2019.
A messy situation hangs over a state that could rival Colorado or Illinois for sales.
This six-pack from investment specialists includes a REIT and a software provider specializing in the industry.
Not many marijuana stocks pay dividends, so income investors have a unique opportunity with this REIT.
One part of the e-commerce food chain that is grossly overlooked by investors is logistics real estate.
It's just plain cheaper to grow outside.
This market is wreaking havoc with current pricing versus historical moves.
The market is not forgiving at the moment which means most traders shouldn't be aggressive.
These four names provide a way to stay in the game -- from a safe distance -- and grow some green.
A cannabis-related REIT soared 172% in the first half of the year while a cloud services provider was up 53%, with more gains expected.
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There are several avenues to invest in the potential cannabis boom -- recreational plays; medical plays; and companies that have a lot to gain from the industry but aren't reliant upon it for success.
Small-cap stocks in the cloud are looking strong for the rest of the year.
While cannabis remains illegal on a federal level, these seven names are making early inroads into the growing industry.
There's a growth sweet spot for REITs where revenue and dividends just take off.
This market is badly in need of some resets as it has been nearly straight up the first week of the year.
Look for this name to jump quickly in popularity in 2018 as investors players search for a convenient way to play the marijuana niche.
The editor of Green Chip stocks names his top marijuana stocks for the coming year.