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Facts!! Both the hedgies and the shorts! Anytime I post ANYTHING about Tilray and all of the progress being made in the marijuana industry I get automatic down votes and negative comments! Then I look to see when their accounts were created and their accounts are barely a month old! Fuck the hedgies! $TLRY to the MOON!! 🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🌕
There are severe restrictuons on MJ research. Even if they allowed the research to continue, you would run into issues where politicians who are bribed by large pharmacutical companies would have to allow the use and distribution of an MJ medication. The reaea ch would take a decade at least. The production of a medical product, if permitted, would take another 3 to 5 years. I am heavily invested in MJ (TLRY) for the long run, I am talking the next 5 to 10 years before I hope to see any real share price action. And I don't see this as happening in the near future.
You and me, same boat. I’m also a teacher and I’m loading up on MSOs. The only 2 I’m currently buying are CULF & TLRY. I hold others but now I only want these big 2. I follow a W.Buffett strategy and all signs point to buy, buy, buy! For fvks sake these guys own prime real estate in downtown Manhattan and there will be lines out the door for their products. Generational wealth. If I was to diversify, I would buy lithium mining like SLI and/or computer chips like MU. But tying up $ is too risky right now. All in on MSOs.
The article where Irwin suggested thc with alcohol was said in the wrong context. I’m certain he was talking about what your comment means. I’m in with TLRY, holding, and I agree it’s the distillery that will most likely blend thc into a like beer or “beverage”. Obviously we all know that the sugar in alcohol vs. the green plant chemically affects our bodies differently. A huge uptick in smoking week during the pandemic as well as the 20-30 somethings generation - prefer weed to alcohol along with a pizza, who cares if it’s burnt. 🤗😍 that’s what I do best ! Cheers.
fyi: TLRY has about 2.8B in good will listed as "assets" on their balance sheet. Also, this guy does a good job walking through their last ER dispelling any notion of them being profitable contrary to their claims. Accounting is fun. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zf2BhSam2bU
Going to be rough. Russia probably invades Ukraine, tensions build with China until midterms. I think diplomacy will solve the China problem after the midterm elections. Yield, gold, energy, interest rate sensitive, dependable growth. NEM, ENB, OKE, C, VIAC, PLTR, IBM, PFLT, IRM. Positioning for 23, KWEB, TLRY.
[TILRAY IS THE WAY!! As soon as all of the other states see how much money is to be made off of weed everyone else will follow the lead. Federal legalization is on the way and there’s no better company positioned to take over the marijuana industry better than $TLRY 🚀🚀🚀🚀🌕](https://www.marijuanamoment.net/colorado-earned-423-million-in-marijuana-tax-revenue-last-year/)
I dunno if you saw my trade history comment but I’ve bid on TLRY, CGC, and CRON leaps. I’ve got the CGC leaps secured. Dems are gonna push recreational before the primaries to secure the vote. It’s just my gut though.
My whole portfolio was Canadian LPs (live in Canada) and it was doing well right up until the day of legalization. Some dropped so fast there was no point in trying to dump them at a 60-80% loss. It happened over time, but I would have never predicted the market would crash right AFTER they could actually be profitable. I bought and sold some many times and made a couple grand, but overall, my portfolio is -60 across the board. I want to say probably 5 of my 8 weed stocks are down 90+ percent. Even TLRY and WEED are down crazy. I don’t know if this is the time to double down on some of the more promising ones or just stay the fuck away from this market forever
But how do you “just buy Cura”? Boris owns 33% of the shares and he has no interest in selling probably until it’s a $100B business. They’re valued at close to $8B CAD, and look to have a bright future, so you’d probably need to pay a minimum 40% premium, but probably 50%. That would put CURA at a value of $12B, so they’d need to raise $6B+ for *the option* to buy a 51% ownership stake. And then, hope that something gives, because CGC has been waiting forever now to have access to ACRG. And it you’re a TLRY holder, why even bother holding TLRY if you can just go straight to the source without hoping and waiting for US laws to change or having to suffer through massive dilution?
I guess it comes down to the assets you get. I think we have seen that marketshare is easily wiped away, so is there really a point in buying a company for its brands when there is very little customer loyalty? I'm sure someone will buy Hexo at some point, but I think TLRY, ACB, CGC, etc need another $500M in facilities and $300m in debt about the same as they need a hole in their foot.
ELI retarded: What’s going on with the TLRY short volume? Looks like [25M shares shorted on 1/10](https://fintel.io/ss/us/tlry) and millions more every day. Any way to determine if they’ve covered without access to a Bloomberg terminal?
Health Canada might step in and squash their 15 percent cannabis excise tax to further help these companies deal with the black market which is still near 50% of all sales. "The valuation of marijuana companies is insane" A lot of MJ stocks are trading below book value with 10%+ still short. Tlry is my fave, nearly trading at .60% book value. Price compression right now is because LPs are taking each other out at the knees to gain market share. Consolidation and thus increasing prices are inevitable. "Legalization in some Countries might be further away" Medicinal sales are still growing in those countries that legalized it. "those who do prosper might not even be founded yet" Are these companies going to magically find a way to produce pot at 0$ per gram? Its not as easy as you think to grow quality MJ at scale. Very ignorant thing to even say. "The cannabis sector is oversaturated and with prices of cannabis destined to go down" The companies dropping prices are trying to grab market share to impress investors for more dilution. Look at OGI's gross profit of $610k off of $20m in sales. I believe TLRY and other players set up to survive the shit storm in Canada will have the last laugh as companies destroy themselves in the price wars, then swoop in and acquire any that have decent brands or attractive assets.
I have said more than once, TLRY is a better play. I do not understand why other than hype why this group would not want to bring TLRY up similar to GME because the fundamentals are much better along with tremendous headwind just saying. It is so nuts i do understand the difference of trading versus investing. It just seems smarter to go with fundamentals versus virtual hype
I have said more than once, TLRY is a better play. I do not understand why other than hype why this group would not want to bring TLRY up similar to GME because the fundamentals are much better along with tremendous headwind just saying.