do your own DD but VFF is a 25+ year grower of veggies with distribution and production in canada, Texas and Mexico.
low share count, no funny business anywhere and HUGE production capacity with low operational risk compared to most new companies given that they already have all the logistics, staffing and production sorted out. they have just been converting their tomatoe grows to cannabis and doing spot pricing.
their last couple financials have been muted but the share price is supported by $200m+ of non-cannabis revenues. 1 or two big Q reports could set these guys off hard. they were a steal below $5.
the NASDAQ uplist and a big revenue number at the top of the next report means this could double even from here i guess… i wont be buying more. I already have low 5 figures in them.