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Today's Declining Marijuana Stocks - January 31st 2017

January 31, 2017

Looking across our database of marijuana stocks today, there were a handful of pot stocks that lagged in trading on Tuesday January 31st, 2017


Here is a quick analysis of some marijuana stocks that finished the last trading day of January in the red. in alphabetical order by symbol).


CV Sciences, Inc. (OTC:CVSI)


CV Sciences, Inc. shares ended today's trading at $0.48 per share on slightly more than their 30-day average volume of 1.1 million shares. Compared to CVSI's Monday close of $0.51 per share, this represents a 5.88% loss today.


 Diego Pellicer Worldwide, Inc. (OTC:DPWW

Shares of Diego Pellicer Worldwide, Inc. finished today's session at $0.24, down 23.79% from the previous day's close of $0.3149. This downward move happened over 10x their 30-day average trading volume of 22,000 shares.


Earth Science Tech, Inc. (OTC:ETST)


Earth Science Tech, Inc. finished today's trading session at $0.44, down 6.18% from the previous day's close of $0.469. The days' move happened on comparable volume to Earth Science Tech's 30-day average volume of 11,000 shares. 


InMed Pharmaceuticals Inc. (CSE:IN)(OTC:IMLFF)


Shares of InMed Pharma. came under pressure again in today's trading session finishing at CAD$0.33, down 15.38% from their previous close of CAD$0.39. In the U.S., IMLFF finished the day at $0.2566 down 11.52% from Monday's close of $0.29. With 1.4 million shares traded on the OTC markets today in IMLFF, the trading volume in InMed Pharmaceuticals' today was greater than their 30-day average volume. 


Terra Tech Corp. (OTC:TRTC)


Shares of TRTC closed today's trading at $0.293, on greater volume than their 30-day average trading volume of 5.1 million shares. Compared to Terra Tech's previous close of $0.301 per share, this represents a 2.66% loss on the day.




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