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Cannabis Stocks – Most Undervalued Cannabis Stocks

Here are the most undervalued cannabis stocks for your cannabis investments, listed in descending order based upon their intrinsic value versus current stock price.  This helps determine the best cannabis stocks for your cannabis investments.  This chart shows the percentage upside opportunity.  I am using Discounted Cash Flow Calculators to determine what the future cash flow over the next 5 years is worth to an investor today.  This takes into consideration the revenue growth rates, EBTIDA levels, interest rates, risk, and other key metrics.

I am doing Discounted Cash Flow Calculations on all cannabis stocks that I cover that are EBTIDA profitable and can be projected into the future over the next five years.  We are entering a new quarter and as the new financial data becomes available, I will be adding these stocks into the list.  That means this list will be growing continuously over the next quarter and will be updated as I go along to determine what the most undervalued cannabis stocks are.

The prices for the most undervalued cannabis stocks were previously determined in the respective company postings and are current as of (Monday, February 21, 2022).  Since I will be updating new companies on a regular basis, I will be adding to this list and updating each of the respective company’s intrinsic value and upside potential.  You can search for each cannabis stock to view their cannabis stock forecast.  Or, just visit the Cannabis Investments Forum & Discussion and find the stock you are looking for.

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Criteria for Discounted Cash Flow Calculator Analysis

The key variable for me to do a discounted cash flow calculation on any one stock is that the cannabis company is first, EBITDA profitable, and second, that the future revenue & profits are projectable and predictable.  This eliminates many stocks from this. I believe I can do about 40 – 50 stocks in the coming quarters as that is the number of companies that qualify in this regard.

14 thoughts on “Cannabis Stocks – Most Undervalued Cannabis Stocks

    1. @Mark

      Hey Mark… Actually, Trulieve is a bit better than Curaleaf.  But, I have not added Trulieve to the list just yet.  It will likely be higher on the list.  I have also been continuously updating the stock prices.  They will be more reflective of current events going in to the future.  

  1. Good Day DH, love your podcast. I am currently holding in order of weight: Tilray, Curaleaf, Cresco Labs and Planet 14. Planet 13 being my newest addition. What are your thoughts on each? Very much appreciated. Phil from Montreal.

  2. I was in Decibel Long before you started covering & a sigh-of-relief when you did. Your record speaks for itself. Problem is these gems’ get gobbled up for just pennies of the target price in this industry. Happens-all-the-Time. The only retailers making money are the ones that bought within previous couple months before the sale; Supreme, 48North, ISH to mention a few. There is no going long. Or be forced into the ‘buyers’ by inheritance which can easily be a disaster. Then they call it a premium buy-out as the company sits around it’s all time lows, when the buyout occurs. Totally corruption in the Cannabis space imo.

    1. I am looking for a big surge to happen here and things look like they are setting up. We had one cannabis stock surge 220% in just one day on Friday. This was driven from the House of Representatives sending a cannabis federal legalization bill to the floor. At the same time, Senator Chuck Schumer stated in January that he would be dropping the Senate version in April. So, stocks are starting to front this and are starting to move.
      But, most of these stocks, including Decibel Cannabis, will not really become more stable until after Federal Legalization and then uplisting to Nasdaq or NYSE. That is when a lot of this is going to become more of an even playing field and fundamentals start to matter. For now, surges happen, then people get disappointed and sell off, pushing stocks lower.
      Another thing to keep in mind is that there is likely to be a whole slew of M&A activity in the coming years. There will be many opportunities like this in the coming weeks and months ahead.

    2. Yes, these stocks are getting gobbled up for pennies.  But, they are being gobbled up for pennies using stocks that are valued pennies-on-the-dollar.  Given that, when the acquiring stocks move higher, your value will be in there.  

    1. @pferrell60yahoo-com 

      Hi Pete… yes.  I have absolutely looked at Khiron.  There is a lot of information on them in the Forum under the International section: Click Here. I like this company a lot and I feel the international market will really start to pick up in a big way over the next few years.  This could be much bigger than all of the US market.  

      KHRNF Stock is really starting to pick up.  

  3.  #cannabisinvesting69yahoo-com- Curleaf doesn’t have the best track record over the last 5 years. Example, CURA is unprofitable, and losses have increased over the past 5 years at a rate of around 35% per year. Plus, CURA’s short term assets ($952.3M) do not cover its long term liabilities ($1.1B)… Also, after reviewing CURA’s debt to equity ratio has increased from 10.2% to 24.1% over the past 5 years. There are just way to many better stocks than Curleaf in my personal opinion. I use to shop there and there products are junk especally 80% of there flower is terrible.. I don’t care what saled they have, I refuse to go back and I refuse put my money in a company that i DON’T LIKE..  

    1. @mattpaul02yahoo-com & @cannabisinvesting69yahoo-com

      These are some of the most basic principles of value investing: Invest in what you know and what you like.  Thing is, just because CURLF stock is so ginormous, does not necessarily mean they are the best.  We learned this from Canada.  Companies went all-in trying to be as big as possible.  Now, every one of them is backpedaling trying to become boutique.  This is why I focus on the smaller stocks.  I think they all will get acquired by the bigger ones and the bigger companies just become holding companies and processors of the smallish product lines… especially the dispensaries.  

      You can look at beer as a perfect example.  The bigger labels are buying up the micros for a reason: consumers prefer them.  The bigger companies are providing bigger distribution to the micros.  The same will happen with cannabis.

      We are at what is very likely the bottom of the stocks.  If you transferred ownership of one stock to another you are likely not losing out on opportunity cost since all stocks are down.  Ask the bigger question as to which is likely to head higher in a bigger way.  That should be the question.  

      Curaleaf will do well for different reasons than, say, Planet 13 or MariMed.  But, it is not to say that CURLF stock does not go higher.  It goes higher for different reasons.  You get to weigh these options and make decisions.  I think the risk/reward is skewed in favor of bigger rewards over the long term.  

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