Vielleicht solltest du Montag abwarten, es kann morgen weiter nach unten gehen. Es waren so gute News dabei und irgendwie hat das alles nichts viel ausgemacht. Es muss schon was mit Zahlen erscheinen und dann Boom
steht da zahlenmäßig was an demnächst? würde hier sogar long gehen, bin von dem konzept überzeugt, allerdings lieber günstig als teuer kaufen ^^ der gesamtmarkt sieht ja momentan ziemlich übel aus, spannende zeiten :-/
für das was uns noch erwartet sind ~7? schon fast unterbewertet. Das sich Aurora mit einem Joint Ventur oder gar die Übernahme durch einen Global Player Zeit lässt wird aktuell im Kurs bestraft. Dabei machen die alles richtig. Weltweite Kundenakquise und Medihemp als eines der Hauptgeschäftsfelder. Die Gewinne kommen ganz von selbst. Gewisse Volidarität haben die Papiere aus dieser Branche alle. Stay Long
: US Legalisierung nimmt Anlauf (ohne Aufsehen ;-)
The USDA Legalized THC - But No One Noticed It looks as if this is the next cannabis domino to fall. By DEBRA BORCHARDT May 30, 2019 | 11:33 AM EDT
It slipped under the radar on Thursday, but the United States Department of Agriculture just descheduled tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).
The USDA issued a bulletin on May 28 as a legal opinion for hemp production. It basically authorizes interstate delivery of hemp and legalized THC derived from hemp.
First, let's address the interstate transportation or shipment of hemp.
Up until December 2018, hemp was considered illegal like cannabis, but the 2018 Farm Bill legalized it. However, it still couldn't cross state lines. So, farmers in states where all forms of marijuana were illegal could grow hemp but then had few options to sell their crops. Farmers such as the ones in Kentucky who had pushed Senator Mitch McConnell to get the Farm Bill signed in the first place.
Now they can sell those crops to producers in other states or at least extract the hemp oil and sell that derivative product.
This solves the farmer problem for McConnell who was getting backed into a corner to figure out how to help these individuals sells their hemp crops. Happy Kentucky farmers means reelection.
The second item within this USDA bulletin is the subject of THC, which is the part of the cannabis plant that produces a psychoactive response in the brain or the feeling of getting high. The bulletin was in response to the 2018 Farm Bill and it read, "By amending the definition of marijuana to exclude hemp as defined in AMA 297A, Congress has removed hemp from schedule I and removed it entirely from the CSA (Controlled Substances Act). In other words, hemp is no longer a controlled substance. Also, by amending schedule I to exclude THC in hemp, Congress has likewise removed THC in hemp from the CSA."
Typically, cannabis plants can produce buds or flowers that have a high level of THC. Hemp plants tend to have very little THC in them. However, that doesn't mean there is no THC or that the hemp plants couldn't be modified to contain more THC.
Mark Singleton, the owner of Singleton Investments said, "This removes the argument of .3% THC." He is referring to the designation that hemp-derived CBD is legal as long as there is less than .3% THC. If hemp THC is legal then it doesn't matter whether it is .3% or not.
Let's step back for a moment and review this .3% line in the sand for cannabis.
The .3% level is a designation for which there is little information as to how that number was determined. It is often referred to but there is little documentation as to how regulators arrived at that level.
One historian said that at one time a study was done to determine at which point people got high when consuming cannabis and that .3% was the midrange and thus it stuck. Some people needed less and some didn't get buzzed until it was more than .3%, so the scientists just picked the middle point and called it a day. Random and possibly no longer true.
Anyway, there is some debate now over this USDA bulletin and whether the words "in hemp" mean THC can't be extracted from hemp because then it would no longer be in the plant. Several people have suggested that the phrase hemp-derived products covers hemp extractions even if it includes THC. It's a new bulletin and is sure to be tested very quickly.
Singleton believes that THC derived from hemp will quickly become popular and farmers will set up extraction facilities within their states and begin shipping across state lines. "It solves McConnell's problem. He's got the largest plant extraction facility in the entire country. Located in Kentucky," said Singleton, who says he's on McConnell's speed dial.
If hemp-derived THC is now legal and can cross state lines, it will be close to impossible for law enforcement to determine the difference between cannabis-derived THC and hemp-derived THC. This USDA bulletin could have effectively descheduled cannabis. Singleton believes Congress will be forced to act quickly to legalize cannabis since the USDA has jumped the gun.
In May, New York Representative Hakeem Jeffries and Senator Chuck Schumer introduced a bill, HR2843, in both Houses removing cannabis from the CSA and it included a social justice component. "I believe this bill will have at least 100 co-sponsors by June 15 and has the best chance to get passed," said Singleton. "If the Safe Banking Act doesn't get passed first, then I think this one will. I know the cannabis industry wants the States Rights Act passed, but it's going nowhere. These have the most support."
Indeed, no one in the cannabis industry expected the USDA to be the ones to legalize THC and it looks as if this is the next domino to fall.
muss man hier weiter haben. Da preist der Aktionär das Gras vorgestern wieder in den Himmel, nachdem das Papier fast 10% gewonnen hat. Das es vorher schon wieder die 200 Tage Linie nach unten hin durchbrochen hat, wird aber nicht geschrieben. Mittlerweile sind nach 2 Tagen die knapp 10% auch wieder weg. Wahnsinn, wie volatil das Gras ist. Schwierig hier ruhig zu bleiben. Wenn die nächsten Zahlen kein + Zeichen beim Ebit ausweisen, könnte es ungemütlich werden. Tja, guter Rat ist hier teuer.
weit hoch weit runter, alles möglich, Canada für mich keine Anbauregion, wärmere Länder sind da besser positioniert, allerdings sprechen einige Fakten für Aurora international, national wird der Hanf nach wie vor auf dem Schwarzmarkt gekauft weil es einfach billiger ist.... trotzdem wette ich darauf das die Aktie ihren Weg machen wird, einzig der Zeitraum ist mir völlig unklar.........eine Powermessage bringt minimum 50%, gute Zahlen 20-30%, Zukunftsperspektiven weitere 15%, dass ist mein Kurs für 2020.......18-20?
aber ich hab erst kleine Posi und stocke noch ein wenig auf, sobald der Kurs wieder unter 6,40 landet. Ansonsten warte ich erst mal ab. Die Unsicherheiten an den Märkten werden die Aktien noch ordentlich durch schütteln. Da beruhigt es ungemein nicht all in zu sein !
: Aurora Global Expansion (Stock) is a Solid Play
"Aurora Cannabis? (ACB) Global Expansion Makes the Stock a Solid Play"
Aurora Cannabis (ACB) has made headlines as one of the fastest growing cannabis companies in the world. It?s flashy branding and incredibly well-spoken management have taken poll position in an increasingly competitive industry. Imagine just how hard it is to create a competitive company in any agricultural product. Your chances of becoming the next Dole for bananas is almost slim to none. By the time you experience any growth, you?re already pushed out of the market by big producers with cheaper prices and quicker delivery. But Aurora found its way to the top through a global portfolio of acquisitions and strategic partnerships.
Aurora is betting on the fact that any company with the most market share (globally) will build the foundation for stability and dominance over time. Just like Facebook and Google dominate their space through integral penetration of almost all the market, Aurora Cannabis may be the top cannabis company globally if their growth continues as planned. And they definitely plan to do so.
But how did they dominate the market so quickly and drastically? Simple answer is: they were smart from the beginning. Aurora has been planning a global-focused strategy since they started in 2013. They also understood that the cannabis hype would create incredible equity for their company within a few short years. By capitalizing on over-extended share growth, they started early and made big moves quickly by diluting shareholder equity to purchase more market share. Why keep a high stock price while sacrificing potential growth? Aurora knew their best bet was to cash in and globalize their company fast. Sacrificing stock value for market share and growth.
Step by step Aurora started buying up the market. It also did a lot of procurement by buying up services within its supply chain. In Nov 2017 it launched a bid to CanniMed through an all-stock hostile takeover. This was the first hostile takeover in the cannabis industry. By March 2018, it finalized the acquisition. By doing so, Aurora gain 42,000 registered cannabis patients in Canada. In May 2019, it planned a friendly takeover of MedReleaf. This was a significant step towards globalizing Aurora. MedReleaf was incredibly value for Aurora. It brought with it distribution agreements for a number of countries including Germany, Italy, Brazil and Australia. Aurora?s intentions were clear: total market penetration and dominance.
Additionally, Aurora also owns Pedanios GmbH, a distributor, exporter and importer for medical cannabis in the European Union and it?s 28 member states. Based in Germany, it?s a prime location in the middle of Europe with supply lines to incredibly lucrative (potential) markets such as Poland and others.
Why is this all important as a shareholder? Cannabis companies with limited global outreach will eventually get pushed out of the market by companies like Aurora. Therefore, globalization is key and incredibly important for investors. Companies like Aurora set themselves apart from others through their ability to understand the actual size of the market. This is important in a globalized world built on trade relationships with hundreds of millions of potential customers in different countries. It can also be a burden to shareholders who have shares diluted for growth. What?s most important is the strategy and people behind the company. With a company like Aurora, you know what you?re getting yourself into as a shareholder. Its a company built for the long-term investor willing to sacrifice for the betterment of the entire company in the future.
Aurora CEO releases statement suggesting the company is looking for a new beverage company to partner with, confirming what analysts have been mentioning regarding Aurora?s bid for a large acquisition or partnership following the industries largest deal set by Canopy growth.