“Stock Market Update” is a regular column published in the Michigan Cannabis Industries report. Authored by Ken Harrell, the column evaluates issues and opportunities in the cannabis stock market. 

Click HERE to read the first installment of Ken’s monthly piece, titled ‘High Times Could Yield High Results,’ which appeared in the September 2018 issue of The Report.

Click HERE to read ‘Stock Wars: The Cannabis Strikes Back’ from Ken. He talks about the rise, fall and resurgence of cannabis investments and this appeared in our October issue of The Report.

Click HERE to read Ken’s take on the emergent North American cannabis stock market outlook with ‘Cash-In with Canadian & American Cannabis: The Time is Now’. This article appeared in the November 2018 issue of The Report.

Click HERE to read Ken’s recap of 2018’s cannabis marketplace titled, ‘Pot Stock Winners and Losers of 2018.’ The column was printed in the December 2018 issue.

Catch ‘Millennial Money in the Stock Market’ by clicking HERE. It’s Ken writing in the January/February 2019 edition of The Report.

ABOUT KEN HARRELL

The stock market offers a huge value to entrepreneurs who have money to invest but can not figure out which cannabis stocks have value and which have none. Small business IPOs are more commonplace, too, and businesses in the cannabis sector have gone public and sold shares to raise capital. Ken Harrell, a stock market guru with the Bullish Institute in Detroit, analyzes which stock opportunities are duds and which are winners.

Ken has been a featured speaker at conferences in the past, including the Michigan Cannabis Business Development Group’s ‘Outlook for 2019’ Conference at the Lansing Radisson Hotel on December 2, 2018.

Your Business In Lockdown: Using The Time Wisely. There is no doubt we’re living through strange times with lots of change in a short period of time. It’s difficult to tell what the next three to six months will hold or what the impact will be on business’ moving forward. It can be easy to make a knee jerk reaction in such circumstances without really thinking through what the best course of action is. We encourage you to spend a bit of time in the research and planning before making any major shifts.

If you’re a product-based business, your clients are going to want to know if you are still open and if you are offering delivery. Many cafes and restaurants have set up a delivery service which is an excellent way to support the community and continue to generate revenue. You can also offer reduced rates to existing and past clients during this time. Remember that everyone is in this together and a little flexibility can go a long way in maintaining relationships, and you can use specialists for improve your business as well, for example a specialist GDPR consultant could be really useful to protect the data of your business. For bricks and mortar businesses, the government has declared that only essential services may stay open.

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Ken Harrell September 2018