Canopy Growth Corp Stock Analysis:
Analysts rate Canopy Growth Corp with a consensus Hold rating and a 12-month average target price of $6.78 per share.
The Crowd target for Canopy Growth Corp’s 12 month forecast is $15.55, with a Crowd rating of a Strong Buy for the stock.
Just recently, STA Research maintained their Buy rating on the stock with a $6.50 target. Morningstar Inc. also maintained their Buy rating on the stock with a $14 target. Barclays lowered the target to $2.75, and kept the Equal Weight rating for the company.
The average analyst target price for Canopy Growth Corp over the next 12 months is CAD 6.78, according to 15 analysts’ predictions for the stock. The consensus analyst rating for Canopy Growth Corp. is Hold. Canopy Growth Corp’s stock analysis by Stock Target Advisor is Bearish and is based on 1 positive and 6 negative signals. The stock price of Canopy Growth Corp. was CAD 3.24 at the most recent closing. The share price of Canopy Growth Corp. changed by -0.31% over the previous week, -15.40% over the previous month, and -80.40% over the previous year.
About Canopy Growth Corp (WEED:CA:TSX)
Together with its subsidiaries, Canopy Growth Corporation produces, distributes, and sells cannabis- and hemp-based products for leisure and medical uses, principally in Canada, the US, and Germany. The two business divisions are Global Cannabis and Other Consumer Products. Dried cannabis flower, extracts and concentrates, beverages, candies, and vapes are among the company’s offerings. Tweed, 7ACRES, 7ACRES Craft Collective, DOJA, Ace Valley, Quatreau, Deep Space, First + Free, Surity Pro, Spectrum Therapeutics, Vert, Tokyo Smoke, Tweed, Martha Stewart CBD, DNA Genetics, BioSteel, Storz & Bickel, This Works, HiWay, Simple Stash, Whisl, and Truverra are some of the brands under which it sells its goods. Tweed Marijuana Inc. was the company’s previous name until it changed to Canopy Growth Corporation in September 2015. Smiths Falls, Canada serves as the corporate headquarters of Canopy Growth Corporation, which was established in 2009.
Canopy Growth Corp. has expanded the portfolio of its Ace Valley brand. These two brand-new, uniquely flavorful gummies( Lust Cherry Rose and Thrust Watermelon Goji), arethe first of their type on the Canadian market, celebrate the union of sex positivity and cannabis by enabling users to improve their own personal experiences.
Infused with 25 mg of CBD and 2.5 mg of THC per gummy, Ace Valley Lust Cherry Rose Gummies have a juicy flavour, herbal extracts, and the sweet, yet delicate flavour of cherry and rose petals. Each gummy also has a refreshing tongue tickle that awakens your senses.
Watermelons with Ace Valley Thrust Each Goji Gummy has 5mg of THC, a blast of watermelon flavour, a tingle of goji berry flavour, and a trace of naturally occurring caffeine.
According to Tara Rozalowsky, Vice President, Brand Marketing, Ace Valley “celebrates sex positivity, including those who are already integrating cannabis and sex, as well as those who are intrigued about it.” “Lust and Thrust gummies were developed with enjoyment in mind. Both products are a natural extension of Ace Valley’s creative portfolio, which enriches experiences and allows customers to use cannabis their way, on their terms.”
With Blackberry Lemon Dream, which was created with your nightly routine in mind, Ace Valley earlier this year released the first-ever CBN gummies in Canada. The launch of Lust and Thrust strengthens the brand’s dedication to intentional consumption and elevating the benefits of the plant.
This organization is among the top quartile and is one of the biggest in its industry. These businesses are typically more reliable.
Over the past five years, this company’s total returns have been erratic and higher above the industry average. If you plan to invest in such a stock, be sure your risk tolerance is adequate.
Compared to book value, it is overpriced. On a price to book value basis, the stock is selling at a premium to the median of its peer group.
In terms of debt to equity, the company is heavily leveraged and in the bottom half of its sector rivals. Check the news, though, and study the sector and management remarks. This can be high at times since the business is attempting to grow quickly.
The last four quarters saw a negative total cash flow, and overall free cash flow for the organization.
Compared to its sector, this stock’s five-year median earnings growth was lower than average.