E After The Aphria-Tilray Merger, LP Pot Stock Index Declined Almost 5%

Aphria and Tilray merged last week and now trade under the TLRY symbol  and, as such, the Canadian Pure-Play Licensed Producers (LP) Pot Stock Index has been reduced to just 7 constituents which, on average, declined -4.9% during the week but remain +26.0% YTD.

LP Pure-Play Pot Stock Index Performance

Below is a look at how the constituents performed last week, in ascending order (worst to best), with year-to-date performances in brackets:

  1. Tilray (TLRY): -11.8% (+95.9%)
  2. Canopy (CGC): -6.3% (+2.5%)
  3. Cronos (CRON): -5.5% (+10.8%)
  4. Rubicon (ROMJF): -0.8% (-13.8%)
  5. Aurora (ACB): -0.4% (+7.1%)
  6. Organigram (OGI): +3.4% (+106.8%)
  7. Hexo (HEXO): +9.1% (+99.2%)

Pot Stock & Pot-Related Stock Index Performance Comparisons

munKNEE.com tracks the performance of five (5) cannabis categories. Below is a comparison of how each index performed last week (first week of May) and YTD, which we think provides the clearest overview of the cannabis stock sector that is available anywhere:

  1. The Conservative Pot Stock Index of 8 constituents tracks the performance of the major consumer and pharmaceutical companies that have bought into marijuana companies.
    • It was +3.1% last week and is +9.7% YTD with an average Beta of 0.96. 
  2. The Ancillary Pot Stock Index of 17 constituents tracks the performance of companies that provide goods and services to cannabis operators.
    • It was +0.7% last week and is +0.5% YTD and with an average Beta of 2.2. 
  3. The American Pure-Play Multi-State Operators Pot Stock Index of 22 constituents tracks the performance of those multi-state marijuana companies that derive 100% of their revenue from the sector and trade for at least US$1/share.
    • It was -1.7% last week and is +35.8% YTD with an average Beta of 2.69. 
  4. The Cannabis-Centric BioPharma Stock Index of 13 constituents tracks the stock performance of those clinical-stage bio-pharmaceutical companies involved in the development of drugs using CBD and THC.
    • It was -3.2% and is +4.7% YTD with an average Beta of 2.9. 
  5. The Canadian Pure-Play Licensed Producers Pot Stock Index of 7 constituents tracks the performance of those Canadian producers that derive 100% of their revenue from the marijuana sector and trade for at least US$1/share:
    • It was -4.9% last week but is +26.0% YTD with an average Beta of 2.11.
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