Monarch America (BTFL) Emerges as the Leader In the Native American Marijuana Industry

On Thursday, December 11, 2014, the United States Department of Justice changed the landscape of the legal marijuana industry. They decided that Native American tribes across the country can grow and sell marijuana on their sovereign lands and must follow the federal guidelines in the four states where recreational marijuana is legal.

Monarch America (BTFL) Enters into an Agreement with the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe

In mid-June, the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe (FSST) became the first reservation in South Dakota to legalize marijuana. This move comes after the Department of Justice (DOJ) announced that Native American tribes can grow and sell marijuana on reservation lands in December 2014.

Cannabis Earnings Season Part 1

Earnings season has started to heat up; a number of companies have already announced results. A few companies have reported results that show significant improvement, while some others have reported very lackluster results. Technical420 expects 2015 to be an important year for these companies and the strong companies will show their true colors.

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What You Need To Know About Investing In The Cannabis Sector

The cannabis industry is the most rapidly developing industry in the United States. New companies sprout up every day, companies change their name and symbol on a regular basis, and mergers and acquisitions routinely occur. These types of corporate actions happen frequently and that makes it difficult for an investor to follow and understand what is going on in this industry.

Investors Claim That Over 100 Tribes Are Exploring Marijuana: How To Invest

In late January, the Pinoleville Pomo Nation made headlines when the tribe announced that they would take the Department of Justice (DOJ) up on its offer to grow and sell marijuana on sovereign land. When the DOJ announced this in December 2014, Technical420 recognized this event as a catalyst for industry growth. Investors are now claiming that at least 100 additional tribes are exploring the rapidly growing marijuana industry.