In today's trading session some of the stocks that we cover had a tough time - posting losses on the day.
As we typically remind readers, look to down days as potential sources of opportunity to "buy low" in names you wish to invest in or positions you want to add to.
Here is a run-down of a few marijuana stocks that declined in trading on Tuesday January 24th, 2017 (in alphabetical ticker order).
Blue Line Protection Group, Inc. (OTC:BLPG)
Shares of Blue Line Protection Group closed the day trading at $0.0431 per share on over 4x their 30-day average trading volume! Compared to BLPG's previous close of $0.046 per share, this represents a 6.30% loss today.
Shares of Cannabis Science closed today's trading at $0.0815 per share on more than 3x their 30-day average volume. Compared to CBIS' previous close of $0.104 per share, this represents a 21.63% loss today.
Shares of CMM in Toronto closed the day's trading at CAD$0.78 per share on greater volume than their average. Compared to Canabo Medical's previous close of $0.82 per share, this represents a 4.88% loss today. Their OTC listing in the states fared worse losing 8.16% to finish the day at $0.5952 while their Frankfurt listing ended the European session at €0.540, down 5.10%
Eco Science Solutions, Inc. (OTC:ESSI)
Shares of Eco Science Solutions closed today's trading at $3.20, down 19.80% from the previous day's close of $3.99. The days' move happened greater volume than ESSI's 30-day average.
Shares of MJNA closed today's trading at $0.15243, on around their 30-day average trading volume. Compared to Medical Marijuana Inc.'s previous close of $0.163 per share, this represents a 7.36% losson the day.
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