Our Cash and Markets research analyst, Matt Clark, has retained you from the loop on heaps of stocks in pretty much every sector. He’s coated precious metals, technology, solar and much more.
But we’re eager to discuss his latest enterprise: the weekly Marijuana Market Update video.
This week, Matt breaks down Cresco Labs’ stock (Over-the-Counter: CRLBF). The Chicago-based cannabis operator is focusing on continuous expansion.
Each week, Matt will post a new movie where he discusses trends from the cannabis industry, breaking news — and also the way the stocks YOU petition rank based on our Chief Investment Strategist Adam O’Dell’s proprietary stock rank system.
Cresco Labs Stock: Marijuana Market Update Video
Watch the movie for more information:
Business summary: what Cresco Labs does.
Cannabis business headwinds.
From the numbers: Cresco Labs’ latest earnings.
Cresco Labs stock’s talk price action.
Cresco stock’s overall score (according to Adam O’Dell’s proprietary method ).
Cresco Labs stock’s expansion score based on Adam’s system.
Along with also the stock’s talk price possible.
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While you’re there, Make Certain to Have a Look at our additional YouTube movies:
Two Tesla Disruptors to View: 17-minute movie — You’ve learned about the way Tesla Inc. (Nasdaq: TSLA) stocks have skyrocketed during the past several months — upward 200% since the beginning of 2020. However, you may not have heard as much about 2 other electrical car producers which are rising as quickly: Chinese-based Nio Inc. (NYSE: NIO) and Nikola Corp. (Nasdaq: NKLA).
3 Enormous Materials Stocks to See: 29-minute video — The materials industry of this stock market comprises metals and mining businesses. The industry has enjoyed a great bounce. The S&P 500 Materials Sector SPDR ETF (NYSE: XLB) — an exchange-traded fund tracking some of their largest materials-related stocks — is upward 14% in the previous six months. Watch Matt Clark’s talk with Adam O’Dell and Charles Sizemore about three substances industry stocks.