Canopy Growth Corp. (NYSE: CGC) disappointed investors with its quarterly earnings. In fact, investors were so "disappointed" by this one report they sent the entire cannabis sector tumbling.
That's the thing: Canopy's results mean essentially nothing at all for American marijuana companies - nothing for any company outside Canada, in fact.
It's no different than if, say, California-based PG&E Corp. (NYSE: PCG) shares tanked because Consolidated Edison Inc. (NYSE: ED) had a power failure in New York City.
But we're still in the early stages of legal cannabis' explosive growth potential; any one of these three stocks, for instance, could soar up to 1,000%.
Canopy led the sector down because investors are expecting results yesterday. And the results can be longer in coming than short-sighted investors might like.
So before you run out and sell all your Canopy shares, you need to see what I'm about to show you...
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