Video: Cannabis Insider 4/21 Ft. High Tide, Sundial, Canopy And More

April 21, 2021 6:03 pm
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Video: Cannabis Insider 4/21 Ft. High Tide, Sundial, Canopy And More

Benzinga’s Cannabis Insider is a live daily show for cannabis investors.
On Tuesday’s show, hosts Elliot and Patrick Lane discussed recent news in the cannabis industry.
Hosts also had time to look into the following publicly-traded companies:

  • High Tide Inc (OTC:HITIF)
  • Sundial Growers Inc (NASDAQ:SNDL)
  • Fire & Flower Holdings Corp (OTC:FFLWF)
  • Red White & Bloom Brands Inc (OTC:RWBYF)
  • Jushi Holdings Inc (OTC:JUSHF)
  • GrowGeneration Corp (NASDAQ:GRWG)
  • Urban-Gro Inc (NASDAQ:UGRO)
  • Canopy Growth Corp (NASDAQ:CGC)

Meet The Hosts:

Disclaimer: All of the information, material, and/or content contained in this program is for informational purposes only. Investing in stocks, options, and futures is risky and not suitable for all investors. Please consult your own independent financial adviser before making any investment decisions.

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