Out of over 200+ marijuana stocks, here are 5 of the biggest marijuana stock losers in trading on Tuesday, November 21st including Solis Tek, Inc. (OTC:SLTK) and more...
General Cannabis Corp. (OTC:CANN)
Shares of General Cannabis Corp. dropped 7.09% today on higher than average trading volume, closing the day at $1.31 per share. Recently, the company announced its Q3 2017 financial results which showed the company's highest quarterly revenues on record of approximately $980,000, representing an increase of 21% in total revenues when compared to the three months ended September 30, 2016.
Golden Leaf Holdings Ltd. (CSE:GLH) (OTC:GLDFF)
Shares of Golden Leaf Holdings Ltd. dropped 5.88% today on the OTC markets on lower than average trading volume, closing the day at $0.16 per share. This morning, the company announced that it will be releasing Q3'17 financials on Wednesday, November 29, 2017, after the North American market close. Additionally, there will be a shareholder conference call to follow.
MyDx, Inc. (OTC:MYDX)
Shares of MyDx, Inc. dropped 5.56% today on higher than average trading volume, closing the day at $0.0034 per share. There has not been any recent news from the company despite steady daily trading volume.
Solis Tek, Inc. (OTC:SLTK)
Shares of Solis Tek, Inc. dropped 7.48% today on lower than average trading volume, closing the day at $1.36 per share. Earlier today Taglich Brothers' John Nobile just initiated coverage and assigned a 'buy' rating on shares of Solis Tek alongside a twelve-month price target of $3.00 per share.
United Cannabis Corp. (OTC:CNAB)
Shares of United Cannabis Corp. dropped 6.41% today on higher than average trading volume, closing the day at $0.73 per share. Recently, the company announced that Jamaica's Ministry of Health has registered its Prana CBD-Infused Water as a medicinal cannabis product.
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