E Cannabis Central: Pot Stock Index Up 3.5% On Thursday

The Non-Penny Pot Stock Index (NPSI) was UP 3.5% Thursday with 7 of the 9 industry categories advancing. Aurora was the major mover, yet again, on Thursday (+36.5%) following a -13% on Wednesday, -14% on Tuesday, +53% on Monday and +69% the previous Friday.  

28 of the 38 NPSI constituents advanced, 1 had no change in price and 9 declined. Here are the details:

The Biggest Winners: 

On Thursday 13 constituents advanced by 5%, or more, as follows:

  • 1 constituent advanced +20%:
    • Aurora (ACB) +36.5%
  • 5 constituents advanced between 10% and 19.9%:
    • Tilray (TLRY) +19.9%
    • Greenlane (GNLN) +14.5%
    • Cronos (CRON) +11.9%
    • Abacus (ABAHF) +11.4% 
    • Columbia (CCHWF) +10.0%
  • 7 constituents advanced between 5% and 9.9% 
    • Charlotte's Web (CWBHF) +9.3%
    • Aphria (APHA) +8.8%
    • Canopy Growth (CGC) +7.8%
    • Planet 13 (PLNHF) +7.1%
    • AYR (AYRSF) +6.9%
    • Alcanna (LQSIF) +5.8%
    • Acreage (ACRGF) +5.4%

15 other constituents had either No Change in price (1) or modest gains of less than 5%.

The Biggest Losers:

On Thursday only 1 NPSI constituents declined in excess of 5%, namely:

  • FSD Pharma (HUGE) -6.8% 

8 other constituents declined less than 5%.

Notable Mentions:

cbdMD (YCBD) +9.7%; HEXO (HEXO) +6.9%

Constituent Performance By Industry Category

All but 2 of the 9 industry categories advanced. Here are the details:

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