Out of over 200+ marijuana stocks, here are 4 of the biggest marijuana stock losers in trading on Friday, October 27th including American Cannabis Company, Inc. (OTC:AMMJ) and more...
22nd Century Group, Inc. (NYSE:XXII)
Shares of 22nd Century Group, Inc. dropped 10.24% today on higher than average trading volume, closing the day at $2.28 per share. It was recently shown that short interest in shares of XXII increased by over 31%.
American Cannabis Company, Inc. (OTC:AMMJ)
Shares of American Cannabis Company, Inc. dropped 7.32% today on higher than average trading volume, closing the day at $0.51 per share. There has not been any recent news regarding the company despite steady daily trading volume.
mCig, Inc. (OTC:MCIG)
Shares of mCig, Inc. dropped 5.73% today on slightly higher than average trading volume, closing the day at $0.13565 per share. Recently, mCig announced the launch of a cannabis-focused digital advertising network to fill the void in advertising opportunities for marijuana-related businesses.
Mentor Capital, Inc. (OTC:MNTR)
Shares of Mentor Capital, Inc. dropped 6.51% today on lower than average trading volume, closing the day at $0.79 per share. In late September, Federal Court ruled that Mentor Capital violated securities laws.
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