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While so many stocks in the "Green Rush" faltered, MDCL enjoyed a banner year! SmallCapVoice is proud to update you on one of our best picks of the year!
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Company: Medicine Man Technologies Inc. (OTCQX: MDCL)


Price: 2.71

Change (%): + 0.03 (1.12)

Volume: 22,408
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The X Factor That Turned MDCL Into A Home Run When “Big Green” Was Melting Down

It’s been a cold year for most “Big Green” cultivator stocks . . . the big names like Tilray, Aurora and Canopy, let alone the funds that overweighted those stocks. I’m going to show you those charts as a reminder. Then I want you to compare them to what Medicine Man Technologies Inc. (OTC:MDCL) has been doing and where it can go from here.

It all goes back to the business model. The billion-dollar growers up in Canada are growing too much of the raw plant product. They’re flooding the market and wholesale prices have plunged. Basic commodity math.


But from an investment POV, those retail prices are set artificially high to make sure the public doesn’t “over indulge.” When wholesale prices drop and retail prices are fixed, the RETAILER gets to keep everything in the middle. That’s a win for them and for the investors who invest in them.

And it’s pretty hard to tell one commodity player from the next when the stocks start following. Here’s the big boys along with the ETF that holds them all:

But you’ll notice that last chart is a little different. That’s Canopy, rebounding a staggering 50% from its depths over the last few weeks. What’s their secret? They just got a new CEO. A grown-up, somebody who will work with the biggest investors in the company to get results.

Of course that’s a $2 billion company already. The heavy lifting and the big fun have already been done, so bringing in fresh management doesn’t really change the big game. That’s why I’d rather bask in the glory of MDCL, up 120% YTD and no long-term ceiling in sight:

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