E American MSOs Lagged Canadian LPs Badly Last Week

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 The American Multi-State Operators (MSOs) component of the vertically integrated munKNEE Pure-Play Pot Stock Index has gone up 24% YTD but lags the +86% performance of the Canadian Licensed Producers (LPs) component YTD and the trend continued last week. The LPs outperformed the MSOs 18.3% to 5.5%. This article, detailing the MSO winners and losers last week and the reasons behind their movements, is a companion piece to a similar article posted over the weekend on the details of the LP outperformance last week.

(For more information on the reason(s) behind the changes outlined below you are urged to click on the stock symbols provided by TalkMarkets, where additional information is provided. All currency amounts are in U.S. dollars. Go here to convert to another currency.)

MSO Pure-Play Pot Stock Index Performance

The criteria for being included in the munKNEE MSO Pure-Play Pot Stock Sub-Index is that the constituents are Multi-State Operators that consistently trade for a minimum of US$1/share and generate 100% of their revenue directly from the sale of cannabis products.

15 of the 21 constituents in the sub-index advanced last week with the following 13 stocks advancing by 5% or more:

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