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Cansortium Remains On Track To Scale Capacity

Dec. 01, 2021 10:35 AM ETCansortium Inc. (CNTMF)2 Comments
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  • Q3 Adjusted EBITDA beat despite challenging pricing conditions as large competitors discount prices following recent transactions.
  • Company mostly on track with growth initiatives and positioned to scale results in ’22 and beyond.
  • Scaling production capacity and retail footprint gives Cansortium a top position in Florida market.
  • Under-appreciated operator in Florida with attractive growth opportunities in other key markets.
  • Expect takeout by large MSO is looming offering upside to investors.

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Jon Decourcey joined Viridian Capital Advisors as Director of Equity Research in November 2020. Prior to this, Mr. Decourcey worked for the Canaccord Genuity equity research team in 2014, initially in the Infrastructure and Manufacturing Technology sector, and since 2018, with a focus on the Cannabis sector. There, he was responsible for the research coverage of public companies involved in the U.S. cannabis industry, from vertically integrated cannabis operators, to branded products manufacturers and ancillary service providers. He also developed and maintained proprietary market forecast models for the U.S. cannabis and hemp-derived CBD markets overall, and for specific states individually.

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CNTMF getting hammered on increasing volume past couple days with no news. Q4 results should be coming soon, but no announcements yet. Cheap stock getting cheaper. Would be nice to know what is going on with the selling.
Who might want to buy CNTMF before Florida approves recreational
cannabis sales...?

Until then I feel CNTMF is ''stuck'' in a rapidly increasing competitive
primary market that will curtail margins.

CNTMF should have been bought out in early 2021.......but wasn't
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