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James Romano cuts the flower while working in the CommCans processing facility in Medway, MA on October 27, 2021. Beneath the cut flower is a tray collecting the shake, the cannabis flower that has naturally decomposed during handling. Shake can be used in CommCans pre-rolled joints or made into edibles.

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The catalysts for cannabis stocks add up, according to several exchange-traded fund managers.

Cannabis ETFs have rebounded in recent weeks, with most major funds making double-digit returns. Since January 31:

The earnings report from Canadian producer Canopy Growth boosted the broader group on Wednesday, with even U.S.-based cannabis ETFs that don’t hold the stock rising sharply on the heels of the results.

“Smart money is more focused on US cannabis stocks,” AdvisorShares’ Dan Ahrens told CNBC. “Edge ETF” in an email Wednesday.

As managing director and chief operating officer at AdvisorShares, Ahrens runs MSOS, the largest cannabis ETF in the market, with over $1 billion in assets under management, according to ETF Database.

More buzz in Washington has also helped cannabis investments, Ahrens said. He highlighted the reintroduction and passage of the Safe and Fair Banking Act in the House of Representatives last week and discussions around other cannabis-related bills.

is now part of the US competition law, the SAFE Banking Act would give cannabis companies access to financial institutions and capital markets. The Senate is…

James Romano cuts the flower while working in the CommCans processing facility in Medway, MA on October 27, 2021. Beneath the cut flower is a tray collecting the shake, the cannabis flower that has naturally decomposed during handling. Shake can be used in CommCans pre-rolled joints or made into edibles.

Erin Clark | Boston Globe | Getty Images

The catalysts for cannabis stocks add up, according to several exchange-traded fund managers.

Cannabis ETFs have rebounded in recent weeks, with most major funds making double-digit returns. Since January 31:

The earnings report from Canadian producer Canopy Growth boosted the broader group on Wednesday, with even U.S.-based cannabis ETFs that don’t hold the stock rising sharply on the heels of the results.

“Smart money is more focused on US cannabis stocks,” AdvisorShares’ Dan Ahrens told CNBC. “Edge ETF” in an email Wednesday.

As managing director and chief operating officer at AdvisorShares, Ahrens runs MSOS, the largest cannabis ETF in the market, with over $1 billion in assets under management, according to ETF Database.

More buzz in Washington has also helped cannabis investments, Ahrens said. He highlighted the reintroduction and passage of the Safe and Fair Banking Act in the House of Representatives last week and discussions around other cannabis-related bills.

is now part of the US competition law, the SAFE Banking Act would give cannabis companies access to financial institutions and capital markets. The Senate is…



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