Author: Rajiv Nanjapla

Rajiv Nanjapla started working at Market Realist in 2015, covering the restaurant, home improvement, tobacco, and cannabis sectors. He holds a post-graduate diploma in finance and operations.

Disclosure: I am in full compliance with all ethics and other policies for Market Realist research analysts. I am not invested in securities that I cover on Market Realist.

Despite vaping concerns, Aurora Cannabis plans to introduce vape products in December. Reports of vaping-related illnesses started in late August.

Yesterday, Cresco Labs (CRLBF) (CL) announced it had received licenses for its five Illinois medical cannabis dispensaries to sell adult-use cannabis.

In 2007, New Mexico was the 12th state to legalize medical cannabis in the US. However, the state hasn't legalized marijuana for recreational use.

Hexo launched Original Stash, a value cannabis brand. Hexo's CEO stated that the company intends to educate consumers and "disrupt the illicit market."

As of Tuesday, Charlotte’s Web Holdings was trading at 18.15 Canadian dollars, which implies a fall of 37.0% since its second-quarter earnings on August 14.

On Tuesday, Aphria (APHA) reported its earnings for the first quarter of fiscal 2020. The company’s revenues missed analysts’ expectations.

With a boost from Aphria’s (APHA) impressive first-quarter earnings, cannabis stocks and ETFs were trading higher today. Let's take a closer look.

October has been tough for the cannabis sector. As of Monday, MedMen was trading at 1.58 Canadian dollars, which represents a fall of 18.6% this year.

Today, Aphria (APHA) reported its first-quarter earnings for fiscal 2020, which ended on August 31. The company reported revenues of 126.1 Canadian dollars.

The broader US markets were relatively flat today. Weakness in the cannabis sector continued, with the ETFMG Alternative Harvest ETF down 0.4%.