Out of over 200+ marijuana stocks, here are just 5 of the biggest marijuana stock losers in trading on Monday, July 9th including AXIM Biotechnologies, Inc. and more...
Shares of AXIM Biotechnologies, Inc.dropped 5.63%
today on lower than average trading volume on the OTC markets, closing the day at $2.885 USD per share. Recently, AXIM announced that the company would be attending as a sponsor at the 28th Annual International Cannabinoid Research Society Symposium.
Shares of GrowGeneration Corp.dropped 6.25%
on higher than average trading volume on the OTC markets, closing the day at $4.20 USD per share. Recently, GrowGeneration announced that it has purchased all of the assets of Central Coast Garden and Farm Supply located in Salinas, CA.
Shares of Indoor Harvest Corp.dropped 6.53%
today on higher than average trading volume on the OTC markets, closing the day at $0.106 USD per share. Recently, Indoor Harvest announced first quarter results for 2018.
provided an update on its annual meeting and CEO search planning.
Shares of Terra Tech Corp.dropped 8.29%
today on higher than average trading volume on the OTC markets, closing the day at $1.99 USD per share. Recently, Terra Tech announced that it has commenced cultivation at its new Sparks facility, following approval from the State of Nevada.
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