The Post Roll: Earnings – Aphria, Organigram, Aurora & Valens


In this edition of The Post Roll, Thomas George and Scott Willis review the flurry of earnings releases in the cannabis sector.

Aphria – Winning in Cannabis 2.0

Aphria had a very solid earnings release, we examine the 2 ways investors can win owning the name and why a hedged (long/short) strategy is the best risk/reward.

Organigram – Is there a Cash Crunch?

The company was once a pot stocks darling, however the latest earnings weren’t a thing of beauty. Is the company facing a cash crunch?

Aurora – The Pain Trade Continues

Aurora has been a disaster for investor, after a 12 for 1 stock reverse split does this mark the end of the ‘pain trade’?

Fire & Flower

Is there More Dilution on the Way?  Scott outlines the runway for the stock.

Valens – The Preferred Cannabis Oil Play

Scott Willis explains why Valens is well positioned relative to Medipharm Labs.

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