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Marijuana is illegal at the federal level but medically legal in 33 states and legal for recreational use in 11 states as of January 2020. The marijuana market has an immense capacity for growth and attracts serious investment. However, it’s experienced major losses due to regulation and supply issues. 

What are some alternative ways to invest in marijuana without exposing yourself to the vulnerabilities of a growing market?

Enter weed exchange-traded funds (ETFs). Weed ETFs incorporate a basket of various assets within the marijuana industry. Most weed ETFs do not invest in local dispensaries. Instead, they tend to invest in a wide range of companies across the marijuana industry, from biotech companies to fertilizer producers.

Don’t miss out on this burgeoning industry. Here’s how you can get involved with cannabis ETFs.

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Quick Look at the Best Weed ETFs

  • Alternative Harvest ETF
  • Horizons Marijuana Life Sciences Index
  • The Cannabis ETF

Weed ETFs Biggest Gainers and Losers

Cannabis ETFs emerged on the market about a decade ago and initially posted huge gains. However, many marijuana stocks lost big toward the end of 2019. 

Check out the live updates below to see which weed ETFs are gaining and losing.

As an ETF investor, you’re eligible to take part in premarket trading. Premarket trading happens before the general markets open, allowing you to get a head start on the day and news cycle. 

However, the volume of shares traded on the market during premarket hours is lower than during regular hours. This can make a share look stronger or weaker than it is before the market opens and real volume trading comes into play. 

Aftermarket Weed ETFs

Along with premarket access, ETF investors also have access to aftermarket trading. Aftermarket, or post-market trading, is the period after the markets close when you can buy or sell securities outside of regular trading hours. Though aftermarket trading poses the similar volume risks as premarket trading, it can be advantageous because you have the ability to react to breaking news or new information before the next day’s market opens.

Why Invest in Weed ETFs?

Take a look at the top 3 reasons you can consider an investment in weed ETFs.

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1. Long-Term Benefits

Despite industry-wide setbacks in 2019, momentum toward legalization continues to build. As more states and countries legalize marijuana, demand for access to medical and recreational marijuana increases. 

If you want to capitalize on this momentum but are wary of early-stage market volatility, ETFs offer a happy medium. Investing in weed ETFs can provide access to the growing marijuana market and its long-term benefits. It’s much less risky than investing in stocks directly.

2. Diversification

Rather than putting all of your eggs in 1 basket and investing in a single cannabis stock or penny stock, weed ETFs allow you to participate in the various stocks a fund holds across the marijuana industry. This means that you can access a greater number of investments throughout the marijuana industry with less investment capital. Weed ETFs also minimize risk by relying on overall industry performance indicators rather than the performance of a single stock.

3. User Friendly

Investing in ETFs is a relatively straightforward process with minimal upkeep. Your ETF fund is passively managed, which allows you to monitor from afar until you sell your individual shares. Weed ETFs are a great option for investors to tap into the marijuana industry at lower risk, without much upkeep.

Top 3 Weed ETF(s) by AUM

Weed ETFs consist of a range of companies throughout the marijuana industry. Here are the 3 weed ETFs whose growth records and diverse assets under management (AUM) indicate future recovery. 

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AUM refers to the market value of a company’s assets that also serves as a useful metric to measure a company’s success over time. The higher a company’s AUM, the more successful the company.

1. Alternative Harvest ETF (NYSEARCA: MJ)

MJ was the first weed ETF offered in the U.S. and it tracks several cannabis stocks around the world. MJ comprises 37 holdings, and it only invests in companies that get 50% or more of their earnings from marijuana. 

MJ’s shares include companies engaged in both medical and nonmedical purposes, ranging from legal cultivation of marijuana products to fertilizer manufacturers and pharmaceutical companies that distribute cannabinoids. MJ’s top 4 holdings include Cronos Group (NASDAQ:CRON), GW Pharmaceuticals Inc. (NASDAQ: GWPH), Canopy Growth (NYSE: CGC) and Aurora Cannabis Inc. (NYSE: ACBFF).

2. Horizons Marijuana Life Sciences Index ETF (TSX: HMLSF)

Headquartered in Toronto, the Horizons Marijuana Life Sciences Index ETF is 1 of the largest weed ETFs. It primarily focuses on stocks within the medical cannabis sector. The Horizons Marijuana Life Sciences Index ETF is listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX), and it’s open to U.S. investors on the over-the-counter (OTC) market. 

HMLSF’s portfolio consists of over 50 marijuana stocks and provides investors with exposure to marijuana businesses ranging from pharmaceuticals to cannabis cultivation. HMLSF’s top 4 holdings include Canopy Growth Corp. (NYSE: CGC), GW Pharmaceuticals Inc. (NASDAQ: GWPH), Cronos Group (NASDAQ: CRON) and Scotts Miracle-Gro (NYSE: SMG).

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3. The Cannabis ETF (NYSEARCA: THCX)

The Cannabis ETF from Spinnaker ETF Series focuses solely on cannabis-related companies in the pharmaceutical and biotech sectors. It doesn’t diversify investments in companies across the marijuana industry. The majority of the Cannabis ETF’s holdings are in the U.S., though it holds assets in the U.K. and Canada as well. 

The Cannabis ETF’s aim is to provide investors with easy access to the marijuana market and its top 4 holdings are Aphria Inc. (NYSE: APHA), Scotts Miracle-Gro (NYSE: SMG), Cronos (NASDAQ: CRON) and GW Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ: GWPH).

Best Online Brokers for Weed ETFs

Weed ETFs are a great way to diversify or hedge portfolio risks. Here are Benzinga’s top picks for investment firms that can help you navigate the ins and outs of the marijuana industry and ETFs.

securely through Firstrade’s website

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1. Firstrade

Firstrade appeals to both experienced investors and beginners with its $0 trading costs, $0 per-contract fees for options trades and $0 account minimum. Firstrade also provides access to 3 trading platforms and a mobile app for easy access to up-to-date information. 

Additionally, if you’re interested in long-term investments, take advantage of Firsttrade’s commission-free trades for all mutual funds.

securely through TD Ameritrade’s website

2. TD Ameritrade

TD Ameritrade is known for its 4 high-quality trading platforms. It offers free research, data and portfolio guidance and has almost 300 branches dedicated to in-person customer support. 

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TD Ameritrade has a $0 minimum investment policy and charges $0 commissions on stock, options, ETF trades and a selection of mutual funds. Though Charles Schwab acquired TD Ameritrade in November 2019, TD Ameritrade will accept accounts until the acquisition is finalized. Then all TD Ameritrade accounts will be moved over to Charles Schwab.

Invest in the Right Weed ETF for You

Though the marijuana market has experienced turbulent times this past year, long-term indicators suggest that the industry may be down but not out. Weed ETFs are a great way to dip your toes in and test out the marijuana market without immersing yourself completely. By investing in a weed ETF, you can tap into a diverse collection of assets across the marijuana industry and limit your exposure to market volatility risk.

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What are weed ETFs?

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Weed ETFs are bundles of investment assets with companies involved in the weed industry.

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Are weed ETFs a good investment?

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Weed ETFs have been up and down, but are generally considered a good long-term investment.

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Which weed ETFs are a a good investment?

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Benzinga offers a list of good weed ETFs on the list above.

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Nigerian President Barred From Extending Old Naira Banknote Demonetization Deadline

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With just a few days left before the old naira banknotes are demonetized on Feb. 10 as scheduled, a court in Nigeria has blocked the country’s president, Muhammadu Buhari, and the central bank governor, Godwin Emefiele, from further extending the deadline. Opponents of the central bank’s old naira demonetization plan have asked Buhari and Emefiele to extend the deadline again.

CBN Asked to Extend Demonetization Deadline Again

A Nigerian High Court recently issued a restraining order that stops the country’s president Muhammadu Buhari and the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) governor Godwin Emefiele from further extending the old naira demonetization deadline, a report has said. In the order, the court’s Eneojo Eneche reportedly said the duo, along with 27 commercial banks, must not extend or interfere “with the currency redesign terminal date of February 10 or issue any directive contrary to the February 10 date.”

According to a report, the restraining order was issued after four Nigerian political parties sought the court’s help in blocking the potential extension of the currency swap deadline by the central bank. As recently reported by Bitcoin.com News, the CBN extended the demonetization deadline from Jan. 31 to Feb. 10 in response to pleas by several pressure groups and politicians.

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Still, many people in Nigeria insist that the ten extra days extra are not enough and have lobbied for an even longer extension. Others like the governors of three Nigerian states — Kaduna, Kogi, and Zamfara — have filed an application with the country’s supreme court which seeks to stop the CBN from proceeding with the planned demonetization of the old naira banknotes. However, supporters of the CBN’s so-called currency redesign policy — including the Conference of Nigerian Political Parties (CNPP) — reportedly want the central bank to proceed as planned.

Naira Shortage Crisis

Meanwhile, another publication, Sahara Reporters, said President Buhari had recently discussed the new naira banknotes shortages with Emefiele and Abdulrasheed Bawa, the head of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). The Nigerian leader also reportedly talked with the heads of Nigeria’s governor unions.

In addition to protests at banks, Nigerians opposed to the CBN’s naira policy have reportedly vandalized automated teller machines. Bank branches in some of the volatile regions in the country have been forced to halt operations.

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Major crypto exchanges have offered to help the people of Turkey to overcome the consequences of this week’s devastating earthquake. While the crypto industry pledged support, the country’s financial authorities allowed the raising of relief funds through cryptocurrency donations for a charity organization.

Leading Exchanges Commit to Supporting the Victims of the Earthquake in Turkey

The global crypto trading sector has quickly reacted to the news of the deadly earthquake that brought destruction to parts of Turkey and the region. Over the past few years, the country became a growing crypto market and digital asset exchanges are now offering to help Turkish traders, their families, and neighbors in need.

Binance, the world’s largest trading platform for cryptocurrencies, announced on Tuesday it will airdrop $100 of BNB tokens to all of its users living in the most affected areas. The company said it will identify the customers that qualify based on proof of address and disperse a total of around $5 million. It also emphasized:

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Crypto transfers are now increasingly being used to deliver financial aid to disaster victims as they provide fast, low-cost, borderless, and transparent transactions.

Furthermore, Binance Charity is now accepting donations in several coins that will be converted to Turkish lira and sent to an NGO. “We hope that our efforts will bring some relief to those affected. We are also calling on our industry peers to once again come together to offer support in these times of crisis,” Binance founder and CEO Changpeng Zhao was quoted as saying.

Competitors like Huobi, Okx, Bybit, and others have promised to support Turkey as well. Okx will provide 1 million Turkish lira (over $53,000) in financial assistance for the victims of the natural disaster, according to a statement by its Chief Marketing Officer Haider Rafique. Bitget is donating the same amount of money.

Huobi CEO Justin Sun unveiled the establishment of a 2 million lira relief fund by the Tron exchange and blockchain in memory of those who lost their lives in the powerful earthquake. The death toll from the 7.8 magnitude tremor, which struck Southeastern Turkey and Western Syria on Monday, continues to rise and is already exceeding 9,000.

Coinex said in a Facebook post it’s ready to help people in both countries while Bitmex tweeted it will donate the proceeds of its trading competition this week to the Turkish Red Crescent. Bitfinex and Tether expressed their condolences and pledged 5 million lira towards immediate humanitarian aid and recovery efforts. They will also “seek ways to provide continued support towards helping Turkiye rebuild for the future.”

Our thoughts are with all the people who have been affected by the tragic Turkey-Syria earthquake today.

BitMEX will be donating the proceeds of this week’s Trading Competition to the @RedCrescent, and we encourage those who can donate to do the same. #GeçmişOlsunTürkiye

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— BitMEX (@BitMEX) February 6, 2023

Singapore-based crypto exchange Bybit announced it will send $100,000 to Turkey’s Disaster and Management Authority (AFAD). Meanwhile, the country’s Financial Crimes Investigation Board (MASAK) approved an initiative by a charity called Ahbap to raise donations in cryptocurrency, according to its founder, Turkish singer Haluk Levent. The campaign will continue until Feb. 13

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According to recent court filings, Kyle Davies, co-founder of the defunct cryptocurrency hedge fund Three Arrows Capital (3AC), has allegedly failed to respond to a subpoena from the firm’s current liquidators, despite it being sent via Twitter. Representatives from advisory company Teneo state that Davies continues to ignore his obligations to Three Arrows.

3AC Liquidators Frustrated With Lack of Response From Co-Founders

A recent filing submitted to the New York bankruptcy court states that Kyle Davies, co-founder of 3AC, is obstructing or disregarding requests from the 3AC Liquidation team. Additionally, according to representatives from advisory firm Teneo, Davies is accused of soliciting investors “shamelessly” for a new cryptocurrency project. On Jan. 5, 2023, the “3acliquidation” Twitter account served subpoenas to the 3AC founders via Twitter.

Lawyers and two representatives from Teneo explained in a court filing released Tuesday night that the liquidators have yet to receive a response from Davies. While the lawyers note that the 3AC founders are looking to start a new crypto project, the liquidators also mention that Davies has been active on social media. “He has not even attempted to reach out to undersigned counsel to voice an objection or concern with the topics of the subpoena. This is not a question of partial compliance, but of no compliance whatsoever,” the filing details.

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He is, without question, aware of the Subpoena … having been tagged in 41 replies and 64 retweets … and has, once again, chosen to ignore his duties to Three Arrows. All the while, Mr. Davies has continued to post on his Twitter account, openly ignoring the Court’s directives and enjoying media attention while he continues to thwart efforts by the Foreign Representatives to gain access to documents and information.

Liquidators have expressed frustration about their attempts to reach 3AC co-founders Su Zhu and Davies since the bankruptcy proceedings began. At the time, Zhu maintained that the pair has been communicating with all relevant authorities “from day one.” However, complaints from 3AC liquidators emerged shortly after the defunct cryptocurrency hedge fund filed for bankruptcy protection, using the Chapter 15 process to safeguard the company’s assets in the United States.

According to reports and an interview with Davies in November 2022, Davies is believed to be in Bali. During the interview, CNBC’s Becky Quick asked Davies if he was “in Bali because Indonesia is one of the seven countries that won’t extradite you to the United States.” Zhu’s location is thought to be either Singapore or the United Arab Emirates (UAE), but the exact location of either 3AC co-founder is uncertain as of writing.

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