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  1. Dan! You're the man. Some people on reddit said you might stop doing these videos become some online threats? I don't know where they're getting that from but please don't let it be true. There's a big community of people that really digg these, and I personally enjoy you adding your personality, thoughts, and travel experiences to these videos. Would be a shame to let a couple of assholes with illegitimate threats ruin that. All the best.

  2. All in all…Dan is a good guy. He is just expressing his opinion, we all have the right to do that without judging. Dan gives free content and I've made a lot of money from his information and more importantly, he's taught me much about the sector and reading TA…it's just food for thought. Take it or leave it. He doesn't deserve the negative comments, but then again…they are just expressing their opinions. lol GLTA Big day tomorrow! Do good things!

  3. I love that this question about ethical investing is being asked. It’s good to have a dialogue. I’m not an Aphria holder —- I also support industries I believe in through my investments and I avoid others. In this case – although I don’t smoke and am critical of the industry creating addiction to a carcinogenic substance and suppressing this — I would probably not divest because of the public awareness around the harm of this product and industry and the element of choice. I am more critical of the oil industry because of the damage it has done to the pllanet. However – – all this being said – – if I were invested in Aphria with its tobacco ties And if another MJ company invested or partnered with a firm that actively worked to bring more consciousness To the role of community and connection in our lives – – I would take all of my Aphria money and put it in that — and more— because addiction, whether it is to tobacco or alcohol or whatever – – I believe is ultimately a crisis of connection and ultimately a crisis of connection to Meaning in one’s own life – – and addiction is a pleasant distraction from discomfort and pain. So bringing awareness to this through MJ partnerships — I am behind that 😊I’m excited about how the world is changing and how new paradigms emerging —-and how we can all make a difference with how we invest. So thank you for this thought provoking question!

  4. Hey Dan thanks a bunch for all your videos, you truly have changed my financial outlook for the positive in ways I could have never imagined. Hope you change your mind about the videos, dont let some a-holes get your spirits down bud.

  5. Dan…funny I had the initial same reaction as you about potential Altria interest in Aphria…GTFO with a sell into strength. But then I thought that I invest in other industries like oil & NG because those industries are on the rise though I do have issues with climate change. So I figured a tobacco investment would be a win-win for both companies as big tobacco knows about supply chain, distribution, and product development…and maybe (like Exxon, Total who are starting to invest in renewable energy), they may get involved with their own disruption…which is actually forward thinking. So I'm good if that investment goes through.

  6. Aphria holder here, I think if cigarette companies can start making something that is less destructive and less dangerous to people that should be encouraged.
    Cigarettes are terrible because they have spent decades filling them with crap to get people addicted, cannabis has that from the start. There is no real need for added addiction-engineering there.
    Of course they can add to the addiction bit of it, but I feel that cannabis smokers (and people in general nowadays) will be very vigilant on that topic. Hopefully Altria will add money and marketing to promote a health alternative to their own past products.

  7. I sold out APH this morning at $18 thinking I would be lucky to hit that. Didn't know what caused the surge till it was too late, and it went up so fast I didn't even get a chance to think about cancelling my sell order in time.

  8. I would never invest in "SIN" stocks, however if they invest in Aphria to make healthy products that can benefit man kind.. I wonder if that would work. I mean i can trick myself into saying oh they repented! But we all know they are only in it for the money.

  9. I think it's GOOD to see tobacco getting into the weed sector. it will start a better path for them. and hopefully one day, their past will be left behind due to it.

  10. Dan, i like everything u say, helll of a trader,

    but youve been shunning Aphria and speaking against them forever. I dont think youve ever had anything good to say about them. Even today, the biggest day of Aphrias history, you have nothing to say but mention what has happened.

    Not holding shares in Aphria because of ALTRIA??? a tobacco company? I smoke weed everyday and sometimes have the odd cigarette but i never drink alcohol, alcohol s the cause of many deaths accidents and mis doings worldwide as well. You hold CGC.

    suddenly getting a pop upabout Aph confirming nothing?? The difference between Diageo was Diageo mentioned 3 companies, this leak mentioned 1.

  11. I'm not a fan of tobacco, pharma, or alcohol companies as stand alone industries. With that said, I'm long on APH and CGC. I recognize that the cannabis industry will have major investments from those industries. As long as big tobacco isn't influencing APH to put unnecessary additives into cannabis, which I highly doubt, I don't really see much of an issue here. And if they do, I will not consume the product myself and that's when I'll reconsider my long position. I'll purchase from local craft growers. Thanks for wanting to hear our perspective. Ignore the haters.

  12. I have many opinions on the question you posed Dan. For one, I’m incredibly open minded and completely comfortable with people disagreeing with me because I don’t take it personally.

    I understand and respect your ethical:moral perspective on investing in any company affiliated with tobacco in any way. We all have principles and our own personal experiences that help form those perspectives.

    For me, I don’t have an issue with it. I have been long in APH since my first day investing a year ago, it was the 2nd stock I bought. Politically, there are many ways to view it. Oil, money, alcohol etc., have the same implications of tobacco. Ruining lives, being unhealthy, killing people, taking kids away from their parents, fostering greed and inequalities—the deeper you think, the more corrupt the market is as as a whole.

    I also don’t think there’s much of a difference in trading and investing in these companies. If you’re morally opposed, you shouldn’t take money either way. That being said, I enjoy the way you make your viewers THINK. And as an intellectual and a person who enjoys debate with inverse points of view, I love being challenged to ask myself new questions.

    I leave here with not less, but more respect for you, and all the good you’re doing, even though we disagree on this one.

    I don’t comment much, but thanks so much for your consistent insight and transparency. By FAR, you’re my go-to for market translation! I watch daily and am always grateful and impressed. I’m sorry for the long-winded response.

  13. Completely off topic here, but that camera you use to catch these scenic shots at the end is amazing. Can you tell me what kind it is? Thanks again for your videos

  14. I'm long on APH and begrudgingly accept the notion that having Altria as a partner carries a big positive of having that lobbying arm working in favor of legalization. Seems a bit short sighted though, as I don't see anything big tobacco does as "the future" of anything. I think an official move like this would move me more into a "wait and see for a few years" phase, where I'd have to do some real soul searching about whether Altria was taking good faith positive steps or functioning as a Faustian bargain.

  15. I feel supporting big pharma or tobacco industry is okay in short term but not in holding. But on a lighter note did anyone notice the Ape in the mountain range right near the end of the video? Around 15:14 middle of screen! Love everything you do for the education of stock trading.

  16. I am long on Cannabis. I always felt it would be inevitable that a major Tobacco company would jump in to the game. While Marijuana is heavily consumed via smoking too and while healthier than tobacco it too is carcinogenic and often blended with tobacco. SO to answer your question, I guess in all fairness, I would not want to be supporting a tobacco company Long Term, but it would be hypocritical to support other industries like big pharma, alcohol and slave labour technology companies. We are all here for one reason, to make profits in the end. Does the end justify the means?

  17. I would not hold any long position that had anything to do with tobacco. In fact IMO, I think t is essential to differentiate tobacco from cannabIs. It goes without saying, one is a known killer and the other has proven/undiscovered medicinal value. I look for tobacco to use MJ just like companies/stocks used crypto/blockchain to boost price (Snapple for example). How funny would it be that Snapple announced they were going to infuse their beverages with CBD or cannabis all the while utilizing block chain technology as previously announced. As far as crops go, cannabis and hemp are far more profitable to grow than tobacco, which leads me to this thought. Would I prefer tobacco farmers to convert from growing tobacco to cannabis, the answer is yes of course. But my concern is that it wouldn't be a switch from one to another but a tactic to merge the two, which I'm not a fan of. The owners of the home next to ours were small tobacco farmers and made the switch over entirely to cannabis a year ago. Fingers crossed more growers do the same.

  18. I would never invest long term in a Tabaco company, I don't know why but maybe I have seen the negative in tobacco and not weed, but then again I smoke weed and not tobacco. regardless I don't plan in holding any MJ stocks long term…all this stock talk and I am totally disregarding that in just one week Canada will be legal, Dream come true…lets see tomorrows charts. peace

  19. Aphria will still be supplying medical cannabis in and out of Canada and therefore I will still support it…..

    Fyi, Altria has a significant investment in anhersuer beverage (Belgian liquor giant) and there is a possibility the beverage company will end partnering with Aphria.

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