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Cannabis stocks

Cannabis stocks

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Follow this list to discover and track the stock of publicly traded companies with exposure to cannabis

Curated by Yahoo Finance


Global spending on legal cannabis worldwide will hit over £43 billion in a decade, according to Arcview Market Research and BDS Analytics. Driven by the legalisation of recreational and medical cannabis and the increasing demand for both, legal cannabis revenue in the US is projected to hit £17.8 billion by 2022. Yahoo Finance is now tracking the major players in the cannabis industry.

How do we pick these stocks?

This is a curated list, powered by Yahoo Finance’s algorithm and intelligence from our millions of users as well as the Yahoo Finance editorial team. The list covers companies in horticulture, pharmaceutical research and ancillary businesses. We will continue to add names as corporations invest and pivot into the space.

How are these weighted?

The stocks on this watchlist are weighted equally at the time they were added.

To learn what every company on this list is doing that involves cannabis, read this story.


WatchlistChange today1-month return1-year returnTotal return
Cannabis stocks+0.59%+58.10%-9.72%+327.19%

18 symbols

SymbolCompany nameLast priceChange% changeMarket timeVolumeAvg vol (3-month)Market cap
ABBVAbbVie Inc.151.07+1.96+1.31%9:41 am GMT-4298.11k7.43M266.96B
BUDAnheuser-Busch InBev SA/NV55.4043+0.16+0.30%9:41 am GMT-464.25k1.68M111.14B
MOAltria Group, Inc.52.78-0.15-0.28%9:41 am GMT-4477.03k9.96M95.56B
TAPMolson Coors Beverage Company53.76+0.03+0.06%9:41 am GMT-439.55k1.58M11.68B
SMGThe Scotts Miracle-Gro Company88.73-0.35-0.39%9:40 am GMT-447.86k538.00k4.91B
WEED.TOCanopy Growth Corporation6.21+0.15+2.48%9:41 am GMT-4227.29k2.60M2.48B
TLRYTilray Brands, Inc.4.3203+0.06+1.42%9:41 am GMT-42.00M35.95M2.15B
CGCCanopy Growth Corporation4.84+0.08+1.68%9:41 am GMT-4588.25k7.27M2.06B
CRONCronos Group Inc.3.08+0.05+1.65%9:41 am GMT-498.92k2.28M1.16B
ACBAurora Cannabis Inc.2.595+0.03+0.97%9:41 am GMT-4390.04k7.37M625.00M
TGODFThe Green Organic Dutchman Holdings Ltd.0.0779-0.01-7.76%3:56 pm GMT-4243.63k368.89k58.51M
NBEVNewAge, Inc.0.3369-0.00-0.91%9:40 am GMT-418.55k1.40M49.46M
CRBPCorbus Pharmaceuticals Holdings, Inc.0.3234+0.01+4.05%9:36 am GMT-410.36k1.61M40.51M
CANNGeneral Cannabis Corp0.30485+0.00+1.62%3:53 pm GMT-425.80k111.89k29.32M
MJETFMG Alternative Harvest ETF7.24+0.05+0.70%9:41 am GMT-437.91k1.37M-
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