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Canadian Marijuana Stocks To Buy And Hold Till Next Year?

The Best Canadian Marijuana Stocks To Watch Right Now

3 Marijuana Stocks To Buy Before 2023?

Marijuana stock investors have had to adapt to the way of the sector. Even with more to be seen in the cannabis industry marijuana stocks continue to show a lack of upward momentum. Even when the sector begins to see some type of recovery it does not last very long. This has been tough for some and others have made the adjustment. Unfortunately, the cannabis sector is one with a large amount of volatility and patterns can change without warning.

Yet at one point in time when marijuana stocks would see a decline, they could recover to higher highs and display consistency in momentum. However, currently, that is not the case but even with the sector in its current state investors continue to trade marijuana stocks. The cannabis industry is growing and evolving and with a new year about to begin comes new opportunities. Specifically dealing with the passing of federal reform.

Hopefully, 2023 is the time in which some type of federal reform is passed. Right now congress and advocates are working to make it happen. Particularly with cannabis banking being what they feel is the shorter road to Rome. Meaning that if we can pass the SAFE act it will be a better path to see the end of cannabis prohibtion which as many feels will have a positive impact on marijuana stocks. So if you are looking for cannabis stocks to watch the companies below could be for you.

Marijuana Stocks To Watch In The Stocks Market

  1. Aurora Cannabis Inc. (NASDAQ:ACB)
  2. OrganiGram Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ:OGI)

Aurora Cannabis Inc.

Aurora Cannabis Inc. together with its subsidiaries, produces, distributes, and sells cannabis and cannabis-derivative products in Canada and internationally. The company produces, distributes, and sells medical and consumer cannabis products in Canada. Back on November 10th, the company announced its fiscal 2023 first quarter results.

Fiscal 2023 First Quarter Results


  • Medical cannabis net revenue1 was $31.6 million, a 14% decrease from the prior quarter and a 23% decrease from the prior year period, delivering 64% of Aurora’s Q1 2023 consolidated net revenue1 and 86% of Adjusted gross profit before fair value (FV) adjustments1.
  • The decrease in net revenue1 from Q4 was primarily attributable to timing of shipments into certain international markets during the prior quarter, with sales expected to normalize in Q2 2023. The decrease from the prior year quarter was driven by $7.9 million of sales to Israel and a strategic choice to shift our Canadian medical business towards the higher margin insured patient base.
  • Adjusted gross margin before FV adjustments on medical cannabis net revenue1 was 67% compared to 62% sequentially and 64% in the prior year period. The continued strength of the Company’s medical adjusted gross margins1 reflects the direct-to-patient model in Canada and sustained presence in the high-margin international medical business

OrganiGram Holdings Inc.

OrganiGram Holdings Inc. through its subsidiaries produces and sells cannabis and cannabis-derived products in Canada. In recent news, the company has announced it will release its annual fiscal 2022 results on November 28th, 2022.

Also in recent updates, OrganiGram and Intercure sign a new international strategic agreement. This agreement represents the largest deal to date for both companies.

Words From The Company

“Our business with InterCure, a leader in pharmaceutical grade cannabis, has been mutually beneficial and we are excited to expand the relationship going forward,” said Beena Goldenberg, Chief Executive Officer of Organigram. “This new Strategic agreement envisions a significantly greater amount of dried flower to be shipped from Organigram to Canndoc and allows us to collaborate in the future on other emerging medical cannabis markets in European jurisdictions.”

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HEXO Corp.

HEXO Corp. together with its subsidiaries, produces, markets, and sells cannabis in Canada. The company offers its adult-use and medical products under the HEXO brand name. On November 15th the company signed a long-term supply agreement.

The long-term supply agreement is with Entourage Health Corp. a Canadian producer and distributor of award-winning cannabis products. Under the Supply Agreement, HEXO will provide Entourage with bulk-dried cannabis and soft gel capsules, to be marketed to patients and consumers under Entourage’s family of brands.

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Word From The CEO

“We are thrilled to partner with a like-minded company that has an unparalleled understanding and dedication to delivering the highest quality cannabis products to Canadians,” said Charlie Bowman, CEO of HEXO Corp

By J. Samuel

Joe Samuel or (J. Samuel) is the head staff writer at J. Samuels is a Rochester, NY native who now resides in sunny and medically legal Miami, FL. He has been with the since day 1 & is an irreplaceable part of the Marijuana Stocks team!

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