The market session has come to an end, and the closing bell has rung... so now it is time to go through today's biggest movers to the downside. The Solactive North American Medical Marijuana Index finished today's trading up just fractionally, erasing the early week's losses. Here are four of the biggest marijuana stock gainers in trading on Thursday, August 31st, 2017.
Aero Grow International, Inc. (OTC:AERO)
Shares of Aero Grow International, Inc. were up 6.22% on higher than average trading volume, closing the day at $2.56 per share. This bullish action comes days after Aero Grow International released strong quarterly financial results. Aero Grow is majority-owned by Scotts Miracle-Gro Co. (NYSE:SMG) which was up 0.88% today.
Abattis Bioceuticals Corp. (OTC:ATTBF)
Shares of Abattis Bioceuticals Corp. were up 4.80% today on nearly double the average trading volume, closing the day at $0.12 per share. This bullish action comes just a few days after Abattis announced a breakthrough CBD-based sunscreen formulation.
Diego Pellicer Worldwide, Inc. (OTC:DPWW)
Shares of Diego Pellicer Worldwide, Inc. were up 29.17% today on roughly half the average daily volume, closing the day at $0.0775 per share. This bullish action comes after the stock has been on our biggest losers list for two days straight. Recently, DPWW filed its 10-Q with the SEC, triggering a small selloff.
GB Sciences, Inc. (OTC:GBLX)
Shares of GB Sciences, Inc. were up 7.37% today on average trading volume, closing the day at $0.255 per share. This bullish action comes a few weeks after the company announced an agreement with the Los Coyotes Band of Cahuilla and Cupeno Indians.
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