Cannabis stocks fell slightly as domestic companies declined and Canadian LPs rose, leaving the index down 16.3% in November. 36% of the 56 stocks tracked here rose in price, with 9 double-digit percentage gainers and 11 double-digit percentage losers. The percentage of stocks with volume above the 30-day average was 29%, unchanged from the 29% in the prior session, with four stocks trading over $5mm in value. Four of the ten highest dollar-volume stocks rose in price as seventeen traded above $1mm. The 420 Investor Cannabis Stock Index decreased from 71.12 to 70.72, reflecting a change of +80.2% year-to-date in 2016. The index began 2013 at 100, 2014 at 159.1, 2015 at 130.7, and 2016 at 39.25.
This table includes MQTRF, which is an unsponsored ADR, as well as dual-listed tickers ACBFF, APHQF, ATTBF, BLOZF, GLDFF, GWPH, OGRMF, SPRWF, THCBF and TWMJF, and thus is not reflective of all the trading activity in those tickers.
Stocks moving more than 5% on more than $500k in volume included Supreme Pharma (SPRWF), Aurora Cannabis (ACBFF), Cannabix Technologies (BLOZF), Aphria (APHQF), Canopy Growth (TWMJF), Mettrum (MQTRF) and General Cannabis (CANN) to the upside and Greengro Technologies (GRNH), Hemp, Inc. (HEMP), MassRoots (MSRT), mCig (MCIG), Cannabis Science (CBIS), Medical Marijuana, Inc. (MJNA), United Cannabis (CNAB) and Cannabis Sativa (CBDS) to the downside.
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