Vanguard and Big Banks Are Buying These 5 Pot Stocks

In a crazy turn of events . . .
Big banks are BUYING shares of pot stocks. These just-released filings reveal the extent of ownership among Canada’s biggest banks.
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Quarterly filings show extensive buying activity by several top banks.
Bank of Montreal (NYSE: BMO) held a huge stake in Canopy Growth (NYSE: CGC) valued at $54.8 million. The bank had nearly doubled its position in the last three months.
BMO also reported a $1.8 million investment in Tilray (NASDAQ: TLRY) . . . plus $2.7 million in Cronos (NASDAQ: CRON) and $253,000 in GW Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ: GWPH).
CIBC held an investment in only one cannabis company. The firm reported a $4.2 million investment in Canopy Growth.
These positions are pretty small. But the mere fact that banks are willing to own ANY shares of cannabis stocks is a huge milestone. It shows that they’re comfortable owning these shares and believe in the sector’s growth.
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U.S. mutual fund companies are also jumping into pot stocks.
Back in June, Vanguard reported that it owned 4.1 million shares of Canopy Growth valued at around $164 million.
More recently, the Vanguard Developed Markets Index Fund reported a $41 million investment in Aurora Cannabis (NYSE: ACB) and $16 million in Aphria (NYSE: APHA) stock.
By mid-November, fund companies will report 13F filings with the S.E.C. These filings will give us insights into ownership by additional asset managers.
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Yours in Profits,
Ian Wyatt

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