The closing bell has rung and now it's time to take stock of the day's market action. A few companies from our global marijuana stock database had a tougher time in today's trading session. In alphabetical order, here are 4 of the biggest marijuana stock losers in trading on Friday, July 21st, 2017.
Abattis Bioceuticals Corp. (CSE:ATT)(OTC:ATTBF)(FRA:115)
On the losers list for the second day in a row, shares of Abattis Bioceuticals dropped 6.90% in today's trading on the CSE. The company's OTC Markets symbol lost 2.58% on volume that was higher than the company's 30-day average volume. Earlier this week, the company announced that its U.S. listed shares have become DTC eligible, this makes them easier to settle (the process where the buyer gets shares of stock, and the seller gets the cash after a trade happens) with potentially lower fees. Be sure to check out Abattis' marijuana stock profile linked above to view a custom stock chart and more news regarding the company.
Insys Therapeutics Inc. (NASDAQ:INSY)
Shares of Insys Therapeutics dropped 2.68% in today's trading on higher volume than the company's 30-day average volume. The saga regarding inappropriate prescribing of Insys' opiate drug, Subsys continued this week as it was announced that the FBI seized patient records from a pain clinic in Kansas City. Additionally, on Tuesday, the company announced that they have appointed a new Chief Financial Officer. Insys' cannabinoid drugs in development appear to have slipped out of the spotlight given these recent management changes, legal action and government investigation. Although their cannabinoid products aren't generating revenue yet, down the road, they could help Insys break away from opioids. Learn more about the company by checking out their marijuana stock profile linked above.
mCig Inc. (OTC:MCIG)
Shares of mCig dropped 6.42% in today's trading session on volume that was around the company's 30-day average volume. On Monday, mCig announced that the company is expanding its cannabis packaging division to California along with some other updates from their cannabis facility construction division. Be sure to check out mCig's marijuana stock profile linked above to view custom charts and more recent news.
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Terra Tech Corp. (OTC:TRTC)
In Friday's trading session, shares of Terra Tech Corp. fell 4.58% on higher than average trading volume. Today's bearish action came without any recent news from the company. Learn more about Terra Tech by checking out their marijuana stock profile linked above.
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