It’s been a tough year for cannabis stocks. However I am seeing some important signals that tell me the worst is over and that cannabis stocks are ready to resume the long-term trend higher in 2020.
Canopy Growth Corp (WEED, CGC) is a great example. Canopy is the largest cannabis company in the world. When Canopy does well the broader cannabis sector tends to follow.
Canopy shares recently jumped higher after announcing the company had finally named a new CEO. Here is a link to the press release if anyone wants to take a look.
Canopy’s CEO vacancy was causing a lot of uncertainty around the stock price. It’s like a ship with no captain or a team with no coach. Naming a new CEO removes a ton of uncertainty from Canopy and give shareholders new confidence.
The new CEO is one of the reasons Canopy is up more than 50% from the 52-week low that was hit in mid December. The 7-month down trend that had been in play from April to November has been broken.
These are both positive signals that tell me Canopy has finally hit a bottom and that a big rebound and rally should be coming.
Take a look at the chart below.
What Should We Expect Moving Forward?
2019 has been a tough year for cannabis stocks. However I am seeing important signals that tell me the worst is over and the sector is setting up for a great rebound in 2020.
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