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60 k a year is barely surviving in FL lol

Mentions:#FL

Know a guy who ran up $60k of credit card debts to join Scientology. Divorced his wife (after opening cards in her name) and moved to FL.

Mentions:#FL

Having a recurring wet dream where I load up on 0dte spy 600C and putin pulls out of ukraine and declares world peace. Jeromey rome powell then calls an emergency meeting and declares a war on recessions- rubber stamps a 600 bp cut to negative 50 bp and we QE all the way up to 700. I sell out but immediately buy in to SPY 280P, I know this pump can’t hold because I have three monitors. Next day, Yellen says inflation is under control, the US converts to the bitcoin standard and Satoshi hits a crip walk in Okeechobee FL. SPY drills to 150 and I cash out with a wad of sticky in my trousers.

Mentions:#SPY#FL

https://preview.redd.it/64zig49u5ekc1.jpeg?width=1290&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=bf408c2a78e859f4093979bde84a1a727ebe39c0 Fighters in Clearwater FL - hijacked aircraft. Full afterburners BA puts

Mentions:#FL#BA

Florida rec is very important in more ways than one. The state is the cultural leader of the SE & would be the first to go rec down there. The fear of losing tax money seems to be causing some other states to give in and go rec in other parts of the country. I imagine it would happen in the SE as well. Georgia gets their hand forced? Has a long border that's an easy drive from other SE states. Being an island state has shown to be very lucrative. These msos would be servicing a much larger population with only their FL license than FL actually has in population. Huge win. Adding FL to Ohio & Pennsylvania in '24 would make such a large % of the US population rec that I believe FL really is the tipping point. There's no looking back if they vote rec in November. This is the year we've all been waiting for. Spring break alone lol. I'm sure there's other reasons. Those are just off the top of my head.

Mentions:#SE#FL

Wanna buy my condo in Boca Raton, FL?

Mentions:#FL

JENSON [Huang](https://www.google.com/search?sca_esv=71e59d2b87648e6b&sxsrf=ACQVn0_XUihy0UTtSHzi4FL7ylF8yuYDbQ:1708653919188&q=Jensen+Huang&stick=H4sIAAAAAAAAAONgVuLUz9U3MMszNzd5xGjCLfDyxz1hKe1Ja05eY1Tl4grOyC93zSvJLKkUEudig7J4pbi5ELp4FrHyeKXmFafmKXiUJualAwBJIsYXUwAAAA&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjRrZbvr8CEAxXbATQIHc22DyYQzIcDKAB6BAgwEAE) avenged the red market! he is the white wolf. the king in the north!!!

Mentions:#FL

not if we get rescheduling, FL ballot approval, garland memo, and up-listing / safe harbor language in the next 60 days

Mentions:#FL

Well FL, NY, and LA are full of them, but they really live everywhere. Just gotta set your targets.... This is not life advice.

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Anyone near Delray Beach in FL wanna meet up

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Boris's projection is based on population size. Germany is 4x FL so with loose medical qualifying conditions for cannabis it is an ok assumption to make. Depends on how much the social clubs will chip away at the quasi-adult-use legal medical market. Either way, it could still easily be a 2x FL size.

Mentions:#FL

I've seen dispensaries that were open for medical sales (started Nov 2018) that have now closed or have new ownership after only 1 year of AU sales. Other dispensary brands and locations that were new in early 2022 when AU started, are booming just due to the dispensary location. Dominating the medical market (Trulieve in FL) doesn't always translate 1:1 to AU sales and revenue. Imo, dispensary location in FL will be much more important due to the tourist factor. For FL residents, a med dispensary might lose med customers who can now go to any other dispensary that may be closer to them.

Mentions:#AU#FL

I also expect the Cresco's, GTI's, etc...of the world to ramp up store count & cultivation once rec is a sure thing. I think there will be enough to go around though. Florida will basically be supplying the entire SE United States. Looking at the map, even Houston, TX is an easy drive to the Florida border. FL is going to have streets paved with gold here pretty soon. Going to be wild down there.

Mentions:#SE#FL

The MO medical market is nearly non existent after adult use became legal in Feb 2023. I expect a similar change to happen in FL when they legalize adult use. I wonder how this will affect the sales/revenue splits that currently show Trulieve dominating month after month. Tourist sales could widely skew the current stats just based on dispensary locations. I don't think you can apply the current revenue splits to a post-adult use legalization FL market and assume they won't change.

Mentions:#MO#FL

i wonder if there were subreddits about how to get PPP loans and all that during those covid times. i'll assume you're from the US based on you mentioning PPP loans but looking back on the whole situation now, one wonders if the social and economic cost of social isolation and everything being shut down and turned virtual was worth for US society to endure in order to protect our elders and people who had prexisiting conditions. I'm mid 20s and def still see the impacts this whole social isolation had on others my age and also younger than me. I lived in San Francisco, CA at the time and had to move elsewhere due to work being turned remote and everything being shut down turning the city into a ghost town and leaving no reason for me to continue paying the high monthly rent there, I wish I'd have been based in Miami, FL as I know I wouldn't have had to move then as nothing really would have been shut down by their state govt. Don't get me wrong I myself wore new n95 respitator masks (the masks that protected you regardless if others used masks or not) every time I left my home before I was able to get vaxxed but my pov on it all was I was doing it solely to protect myself and avoid getting covid and not to protect others from getting it. I think the right method would have been that, in educating people on how to protect one's own self

Mentions:#CA#FL

Plant City, FL?

Mentions:#FL

The state should sue him. Worked in WA for 30 years, moved to FL last year (was it 6 months and a day?) to avoid their tax. Probably legal, but it shouldn’t be.

Mentions:#FL

That took 2 years. End of 06 the wheels fell off in Cali, Vegas and FL.

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Turn on any news source that isn't liberal media. You'll learn a lot (this coming from someone who left CA for FL and knows many others who made the same trek).

Mentions:#CA#FL

If he owns the libs, maybe. Surprised he isn't trying to incorporate in FL

Mentions:#FL

Triple state catalysts for adult use: Ohio Pennsylvania Florida If they manage to regain a 10% marketshare in FL overall, assuming the Adult Use market is estimated to be ~$6B, they'd capture $600M in annual revenue just from a 10% Florida marketshare.

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I saw a driver do a thorough breakdown of their Uber driving in central FL and with an old Prius, after all depreciation and shit, comes out to like 11 dollars an hour lol. Apparently buying a nice car and charging more works better for them

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Audi for me. Going down to FL to grab a 2016 S4 with a stick in two weeks.

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New time line, T-45 before the big FL decision.

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Let's set aside the fact that insurance companies luv relentlessly squeezing everyone by "deez nutz" 24x7x365. Most insurance companies shoot for a 'combined ratio' of around 100%. Or Combined Ratio = (Losses + Expenses) / Earned Premiums Or, because of algebra, you fucking jabronis Losses + Expenses = Earned Premiums What this means practically is * As the replacement cost of insured items (cars, homes, etc) goes up, * Losses go up * Premiums go up SIDE POINT 1: Insurance companies make their money just like you filthy apes. The difference is that they actually make money and typically don't get reamed out the yin-yang by the market or their pissant brokers. They invest the unearned premiums (before claims roll their nasty asses in) and their reserves — I think the typical historical return has been ~5% except during the "extra slutty" years post-2008 when the Fed went 100% free use. The reason why it's not 50% or 100% or 150% is that insurance companies need to manage drawdown to pay claims (weirdly a concept that you idiots don't seem to understand). SIDE POINT 2: A super-weird, fuck-all-dumb-shit artifact of the US insurance industry is that it's regulated state-by-state. The practical impact is that this structure has led to superconcentrated levels of risk for certain kinds of catastrophes. For example, fire and earthquake in California; flood/windstorm all along the gulf and Atlantic Coasts most notably in FL — although FL's current crisis is one part fraud, many part political ineptitude in Tallahassee—thanks Republicans, way to govern! The reason why this is relevant is that insurance works on a concept called the law of large numbers, which means the bigger you make the samples, the sample means begin to converge with the population means. Or, if you imagine the insurance cos cooking up a big ass stew, when you throw one chicken bone (e.g., policy holder) into the pot the flavor is uneven—unlike what Carl Weathers claims (RIP dude). When you dump a shit ton of chicken bones into the pot, all the flavors smooth out and you got a big, big, pot of profits (and fuckery!). What this means is that one solution for super high fire, and super high flood is to pool the risks between regions into a catastrophic pool. It would (cause math my babies!) lower the premium for both. But of course that ain't ever going to happen ('cause we be dumbasses that can't see past political parties).

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i have next week off should i go to FL or CA, what towns? need suggestions i'll be on my own

Mentions:#FL#CA

Y’all are missing the local news. Jeff Bezos recently moved from WA to FL likely to avoid WA’s new cap gain tax on the wealthy. He’s going to save 600M+ in taxes. Probably waited until he moved to FL to sell a larger stake.

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https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/BOGZ1FL623069503Q

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Oh dam I gotta find me some I do concrete work in FL and hard to find not lazy ass dum people 

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Big here in FL too now

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Dont get me started on DIS. My entrypoint was 166. Why the fuck have we been under 100 for a year? They lose the patent on steam boat mickey. They run their mouths on political issues, and lost their favorable tax status in FL. They decide to go head on against netflix instead of just making money by licensing out their movies. Its been one fucking idiot move after another.

Mentions:#DIS#FL

Mostly, but they're also in TX and TN, and opening a couple "soon" in FL. https://www.dutchbros.com/locations

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That’s simply a recency bias. They went from being criminally undervalued to being ridiculously undervalued. They’re a buy until they hit $25usd, and even then - if FL adult use or PA adult use comes to fruition - they’ll still be undervalued

Mentions:#FL

It desperately needed to cool off.  If adult use in FL looks likely it's still way undervalued.

Mentions:#FL

6969 Oral Pleasure Lane Oralville, FL

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Makes me wonder how many dispensaries in FL that inflate THC numbers will all of a sudden have 29.5%. 🤣

Mentions:#FL#THC

Great points. I never visualized the differences in the branding but its an interesting point. I wonder if historically its based on the states and how they operate. i.e Trulieve seems to take a med to rec approach organically, FL, PENN, Maryland. Fair to wonder about company bias. IMO location and price are usually how I make my decisions for dispensary. What about you?

Mentions:#FL#PENN

I live in CA and make a good income so anything I cash out from the market is hit with a lot more CGT than say someone in TX, FL or WA. Not to mention not handing a bank $670,000 in interest over the life of that loan sounds really nice.

Mentions:#CA#FL

Is the drop in Trulieve profit taking or fears of the FL senate 30% THC cap?

Mentions:#FL#THC

West coast of FL has better beaches than the east coast, there are plenty of beautiful coastal towns all throughout the state as well.

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Consider that movement in PA will also be a tremendous boost for Trulieve. In addition to their FL story.

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Anyone ever been to Tarpon Springs? Thinking of Spring break looks like a cool little FL town

Mentions:#FL

Damn it’s 55 here in FL rn

Mentions:#FL

I'm torn between calls and puts.. Enphase has a significantly better product than SolarEdge (I'm in the Solar industry). So while SEDG is dumping hard, I don't believe ENPH will get hit as badly. SEDG is also based in Israel (war) while ENPH is not. I'm not so much focused on earnings as much as guidance. ENPH is already expected to post a third of the revenue from the last ER, so there is a chance they will beat it. Also, laying off a handful of employees and closing 2 factories could actually have a positive impact on the guidance. SEDG on the other hand, is expecting an absolutely abysmal report which means that they too have a chance to beat and issue better than expected guidance. The bars have been set so low, there is a good possibly these companies beat expectations. Same for NOVA.. Since dealer fees have been plaguing the market, so many sales reps have been pushing NOVA leases where I would expect them to gain traction over traditional Solar lenders. But the industry has taken a hit and CA NEM 3.0 has caused a pretty large exodus of Sales reps toward other states where it is a harder sale because energy is cheaper (such as FL). There has also been a significant number of installers which are facing insolvency or closing their doors. I guess this is why buying options is gambling- could go either way lol

They're BOTH right. Some markets have stalled (bearish) in some areas while other markets are gaining value (bullish). 1. AI: Still bullish and will be for a while 2. Semiconductors: Being pumped now 3. Energy: Surprisingly still in a bear market (oil and natural gas). 4. Food Inflation: well, that depends on type of food and source of origin. 5. Real Estate: Different neighborhoods have different buy/sell signals (Parts of waterfront FL is bearish due to high cost of insurance and labor and decades of wear/tear making raising HO dues impossible to afford or find a buyer for). 6. Autos: I have no fkn clue.

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The map has a salary of almost $100,000 to buy in Tampa, FL. That would of been accurate around 10-15 years ago. Now with $100,000 salary you would end up in a a ghetto .

Mentions:#FL

We got a random hail storm in central FL. Wake up seeing all these posts in r Orlando holding handfuls of ice, my vehicle appears to have avoided it maybe I’m starting a spree of luck. It was all around my area

Mentions:#FL

You in FL? or CA? gl either way

Mentions:#FL#CA

Honestly, this is too hard to predict where these stocks top out at: very hard to predict/quantify the eventual meme/hype run. Looking at Toby's price targets for example, there is a scenario where we can get back to around ATHs. If we do, how long will prices stay at those levels? Too many unknowns. Keep in mind how illiquid these stocks are, so massive upward moves are possible with a flood of capital. Toby Channabis 🇺🇸🌿 u/mayortoby 8:58 AM · Feb 2, 2024 "Best guess on $MSOS upside from $10: \-S3 proposed ruling & AG memo = $20 \-S3 final ruling, FL/PA pass & credit cards = $30 \-Uplisting & strategic acqn of MSO = $40+ \*using $MSOS as proxy"

Mentions:#MSOS#AG#FL

It's not just the interest folks. I just looked at price history of certain homes that I may have been interested in buying in FL. Based on the price history, the houses have gone up 50% since pre-covid.

Mentions:#FL

All correct to the best of my knowledge. It remains my largest stake and I will be adding if it continues to lag. People have been underestimating their 2024 growth potential across a number of states including New York, Virginia, and Ohio. They also have 14 stores in FL including ones in Miami, Orlando, and Gainesville. Definitely a dark horse in the sector right now due to a number of extenuating circumstances, several of which we've discussed here at length. There's no fundamental reason they should be lagging the sector this much and I'll be amazed if it happens much longer. MRMD has finally started to correct and catch up. CBSTF won't be far behind.

I’m at Universal Studios theme park this weekend in FL. I’m told this is the off-season but the place is PACKED. Consumer spending data is not going lower anytime soon, that’s for sure. This is not what a bad economy looks like.

Mentions:#FL

Central/Southern FL is *a lot* of *very* conservative Latino communities as well. Last I saw, I think Florida is down to about a half dozen counties that are still relatively liberal and blue. The rest is a sea of solid or leans red and getting more so. DeSantis won by something like 20 points in the last governor’s election, and it ain’t like people didn’t know he was a complete bag of shit before it.

Mentions:#FL

If the FL Supreme Court stays quiet (and doesn’t issue a ruling against it by Apr 1) then it just gets on the ballot.

Mentions:#FL

Central/Northern FL is almost all rednecks and angry old white ppl

Mentions:#FL

https://twitter.com/mayortoby/status/1753417485955531163 Toby Channabis 🇺🇸🌿 u/mayortoby "Best guess on $MSOS upside from $10: \-S3 proposed ruling & AG memo = $20 \-S3 final ruling, FL/PA pass & credit cards = $30 \-Uplisting & strategic acqn of MSO = $40+ \*using $MSOS as proxy"

Mentions:#MSOS#AG#FL

Reminder that the Supreme Court in FL has until April 1st to make a final ruling on the ballot measure, or it automatically gets added to the ballot. So we either get news out of nowhere on that in the next 2 months, or we get an April Fools news articles that nobody will believe.

Mentions:#FL

It should rise 25-35% if FL Supreme Court comes back and says there will be a ballot initiative…

Mentions:#FL

Parabolic chart formation. Even then, no plans to sell my shares at these levels (undervalued). r/fuego is a huge TRUL bull and posted numerous times the key catalysts (retiring debt as discount, FL rec heading in right direction, retro tax adjustments, balance sheet strengthening, etc)

Mentions:#TRUL#FL

Is there a buyer dying to get 4% of the FL market?

Mentions:#FL

CNTMF has been on an absolute heater. Up 150% since the first of the year. FL acquisition target??

Mentions:#CNTMF#FL

From their low of .55 to today $4 they're outperforming even trulieve and greenthumb. Agree with the small float this still has a bit of room and if trulieve is jumping on FL then Ayrs shd follow suit

Mentions:#FL

The weedstock investing year is young my friend. It’s only February 2nd. It’s a US presidential election year…with rec weed on the FL ballot, among many other accelerating catalysts. And it’s not even close to the date of 4/20 yet. I’m gonna gamble on it hard, but I’m also a degenerate gambler. Let the good times roll.

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I just want the FL news to keep the hype train going before the schedule 3 news.

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They say cases are all squished together and tumbled around like lottery balls, then given to the next judge in line but (that’s how Drumpf got his “illegally hoarding sensitive materials” judge in FL) TX ain’t all that bright (see: FL). If, for some dumbshit reason, shareholders vote to incorporate in TX and Elmo tries this again, he’s gonna get a talkin’ to from big daddy gubment. Daddy ain’t gonna be associating space exploration, AI, batteries, human chip implants, self-driving cars, etc… with gun-totin’, self righteous, Bible beating regards.

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Billy Joel is selling his FL home for $54m Hurry n get your offer in, boys!

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Trulieve is probably the largest in FL, and Curaleaf is still way over valued when comparing with Trulieve. With Florida going rec I do suspect Trulieve will over take GTII and others in market cap. They have also reduced debt and had good financials last quarter vs. expectations. All the positive for TRUL right now.

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Don’t get me wrong Trulieve was IMO undervalued relative to other companies… but I’m a bit surprised the FL news seems to be only having an extreme impact on them and not some other big FL players like curaleaf. Just shows that when investors think ‘Florida’ they think ‘Trulieve’. God speed.

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How far yall think we going in multiples on a major bull run / squeeze upon rescheduling + FL Adult Use ballot approval? If these 2 catalysts drop around march/april we are primed for take off! 2x? 3x? 5x? 10x? 20x?

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How do you think insurance works exactly?  If they insured everything they have since 20 that just means they’ve been paying insurance premiums every month for 45+ years.  Those insurance premiums have just continued to rise in cost. They’re not fixed rates.  If they continue to keep everything insured as you stated, then they’ll continue to feed the insurance industry more and more money.  Not to mention many of them are moving to FL where home owners insurance rates are astronomical. For instance a brand new 1,800sqft home with the very best in hurricane windows/doors/steel shutters/kevlar etc… will cost you around $6,200 a year.  And the company offering to insure those homes are becoming less and less, which means they can charge whatever they want. And they’ll be forced to pay it. 

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Go to FL you’ll get jailed for that language

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FL is the shit I love it here.

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Cura. I like the growth potential in FL, Germany, NY, etc. If they play their cards right, they might not only be the top revenue generating company, but take laps around everyone else. All will be great tho. Hard to say which one will go up more in the short term

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People are waking up to the fact that they were already significantly undervalued relative their peers, coupled with odds of FL adult use increasing (which would likely immediately at least double their revenue). They’ve been turning things around for the past year too, so their bottom line has been looking much improved

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ballot measures don't matter if they get overruled, which if i recall has happened in FL already? ​ most of this shit I will believe it when I see it

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Gtii has the best balance sheet in the sector (lowest risk), TRUL has an exciting near term catalyst of the rec ballot in FL (they have leading market share in FL), Cura I haven’t looked into too much so idk.

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My mom set up a trust before she passed (was ill for a long time & waited until the very end) & I was the executor (I’m the oldest child). She did it this way so her kids wouldn’t “waste the money” even though we’re all fiscally responsible. Anyways, the trashy FL trust attorney failed to tell anyone that you have to do a tax return each year on the trust (my accountant charged ~$900/year) plus whatever the money manager charges (usually 1%). My mom worked really hard (teacher for 37 years) & saved so much, but couldn’t spend much of because cancer took her early into her retirement. I think she would have been surprised to learn about the accumulated maintenance costs for an account that was never valued more than $900k. Plus it wasn’t done properly so we had to pay thousands more in probate & legal fees to get it fully set up. The trust was structured so my siblings & I couldn’t get the money until we were 45 years old & after 7 years of maintaining the trust I asked my siblings if they wanted to withdraw early (as the executor I could do so). We all eventually did & used the money for helping with real estate down payments. Long story short, if you are truly the 1% with lots of assets, I’m sure it’s worth it. But if you are just a regular person, adding designated beneficiaries to every account & a will is all you need.

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The players with big share of FL market have an extra potential catalyst. Since Tru has the largest share of the FL market AND FL accounts for the greatest share of their business they are positioned to reap a much bigger reward from AU than the others. Verano second which is why they have turned in more recently as well.

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Back of envelope: 2x sales from AU in FL 2x in FCF from schedule 2 (much greater impact on earnings) 2x from hype 5-8x imho

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The thing is there will continue to be news. Earnings, FL Supreme Court, DEA, farm bill and potentially safe or at least discussions of safe. Of course there will be consolidation but that doesn’t mean the broader trend will change. Especially with the big news hanging over shorts like the sword of Damocles.

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No, it's not "pretty wild". They put in all that money to make sure FL does it "their way", which means no legal homegrows... Boris Jordan and Curaleaf lobby against homegrows, also, calling homegrows "black market". As a rec user (former med user, also), I won't spend a penny on products from these companies, at thier dispensaries, or their white label products.

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Doubt, I shipped a package the week of Xmas that weighed 7lbs and was in a 24x36x6 box, from NY to FL by standard ground and they charged me $126.00.  No additional insurance was added, and the box was already packed and sealed so there was no additional charges for packaging it.  All they had to do was slap a label on it and put it on a truck.

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Good question, well worthy of analysis and discussion. Based on my analysis (link below) of the previous 2 cannabis bull runs (2018 Canada legalization & 2021 Feb US Fake legalization rally), the distinction is not US vs Canada, but OTC vs Nasdaq. Many investors cannot invest on OTC and hence invest in Nasdaq listed stocks. In both bull runs, the Nasdaq listed stocks outperformed with much higher valuations and volumes. This happened even in Feb 2021, which was a rally based on anticipation of US reforms, that unfortunately were never delivered, leading to the multi year crash in cannabis stocks. Often investors make the argument that Canadian companies will not benefit. Many Canadian LPs won't. But some Canadian companies will, when Nasdaq approves them to "touch the plant". Right now, the MSOS ETF is where most inflows are going. Hence the illiquid OTC listed stocks are benefiting. But the real rally, with retail FOMO has not started and will likely happen only when there is some confirmed reform like Schedule 3. It is good probability that the next bull run will be similar to the previous two and Nasdaq listed stocks will outperform, at least initially, till the OTC listed stocks get to uplist. Uplisting however, might take several months. I have invested in 3 OTC listed MSO stocks, GTBIF CURLF & JUSHF. But I also have invested in Nasdaq listed HITI, which is well worth DD for any investor who wants a Nasdaq listed stock that will benefit from US reforms. Point to note is that you are investing for future growth from reforms. Yes, US MSOs like TCNNF will benefit by increasing dispensary count from 180+ to much higher, while also benefiting from Tax reforms, FL rec, etc. But HITI will also benefit when Nasdaq allows them to open stores in the US. They have 160+ stores with the Costco membership model in Canada, which they can replicate in the US. Plus they have 3 million US customers in their ecommerce customer database they will get to leverage. My point with the example taken of HITI is that its a mistake to look at it as US vs Canada, and potentially a lost opportunity to dismiss the Canadian Nasdaq listed stocks. The listing is more important during a bull run, as the data shows. Nobody can predict the future. The scenario I am extrapolating based on previous bull runs is that Nasdaq listed stocks like TLRY HITI SNDL will outperform (at least initially) in a bull run, after which they will raise funds at higher share prices. This they will likely use for M&A with smaller (or maybe even larger) MSOs. All this is a theoretical scenario based on the data. As always, DYODD & good luck on your investments! [Historical Cannabis Bull Market Analysis](https://www.numbersnarrative.com/post/historic-bull)