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The marijuana industry continues to expand, leaving investors with an abundance of options. While Canada remains the hotbed of the cannabis investing world, US cannabis stocks are seeing a rush of interest.

Despite its nebulous federal status, cannabis is flourishing in the US. Companies largely act as multi-state operators (MSOs), owning assets in states where the drug is legal. Others have investments or partnerships.

For those interested in the growing cannabis investment arena, here the Investing News Network offers a look at a variety of publicly traded US cannabis stocks on American exchanges. The list includes US cannabis stocks that are operating in the industry or are involved in the marijuana space through other relationships. Companies are divided by their respective exchanges. Read on to learn more.

 

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Recreational cannabis remains illegal in all Australia’s states and territories with the exception of the Australian Capital Territory (ACT). But could that change in the future?

So far there are no clear indicators as to when or if Australia could legalise recreational cannabis, but attitudes seem to be changing. Public support is growing, and there’s even some political acceptance.

Read on to learn more about when Australia may legalise recreational cannabis.

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Australia made waves when it federally legalised medicinal cannabis in 2016, and its marijuana market has experienced significant growth since then.

A study from FreshLeaf Analytics pegs Australian medical market sales at AU$95 million in 2020, while research firm Prohibition Partners indicates that Oceania’s cannabis industry is expected to be worth US$1.55 billion by 2024; medicinal cannabis is expected to account for 40 percent of the industry.

Despite that growth, the country’s cannabis industry is still young. Recreational use is not yet in sight, and even medical access remains limited and highly regulated.

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Short selling has gained renewed steam in 2021 as online traders join forces, but the cannabis industry has had its fair share of dealings with short sellers in the past.

Taking a bearish posture on particular names in the cannabis space is a viable and at times very profitable way to play the odds in the emerging sector.

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Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) are a staple in the cannabis investment market. Some of the deals investors have seen in the past have completely upended the status quo for this market.

In 2021, business transactions may gain a new sense of importance for the cannabis space as the industry finds itself at a critical time, with US options attracting attention.

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It’s been just over a year since recreational cannabis was legalised in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT), home to the nation’s capital city of Canberra.

Announced on September 25, 2019, and brought into effect on January 31, 2020, the rules make it legal to possess and personally use small amounts of cannabis.

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