44: Mainstream Media’s Disconnect with the Cannabis Industry ft. Rena Sherbill Senior Editor at Seeking Alpha and host of The Cannabis Investing Podcast.

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This week we are joined by Rena Sherbill, Senior Editor at Seeking Alpha and host of The Cannabis Investing Podcast. Bryan, Kellan, and Rena discuss:

  • Why are US cannabis companies compared to Canadian cannabis companies? Should they be compared? Why or why not?
  • Is mainstream media responsible for how US & Canadian cannabis companies are compared?
  • In what ways has mainstream media influenced investors and other business professionals in regard to the cannabis industry?
  • How can mainstream media change the stigma around the cannabis industry? What challenges accompany this? How can those challenges be overcome?
  • When do you predict US cannabis companies will be participating in the Global Cannabis Market? How will US cannabis companies move forward with this goal in mind?
  • What will the “big fish” look like at the early stages of the United States’ federally legal cannabis industry?
  • What US-based cannabis company is next to make a big play overseas?
  • What are some of the largest misconceptions you face about being a professional in the cannabis industry?
  • What US-based cannabis company will be “mainstream” within the next 6-12 months?

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