The Marijuana Index is the first and only registered equity tracking index featuring the securities involved in the marijuana, cannabis and hemp sector. The Marijuana Index features the most robust data set in the MMJ industry.
Marijuana, cannabis and hemp investors can visit MarijuanaIndex.org or MMJ-Index.com anytime to receive a "bird's eye view" of all the securities featured within The Marijuana Index along with recent performance, charts and more. Features are expected to be added on a regular basis.
Company news for all included securities is prominently streamed for investors along with commentary released under each ticker from around the web.
Newsletters and press releases will be issued by The Marijuana Index to opt-in investors and through various wire services, ensuring additional visibility for the index companies to a broader audience.
Articles about the business of marijuana and cannabis from around the web and from index partners like Cannabis Financial Network are posted and easily located on the Marijuana Index homepage.
About The Marijuana Index
The Marijuana Index (also known as The Cannabis Index or The Medical Marijuana Index) is the official equity tracking index for marijuana, cannabis, and hemp related equities. Created in first quarter of 2013, The Marijuana Index was built to pave the way for future funds, ETFs, or investment pools which may inevitably enter the public markets in this industry. The index is comprised of almost thirty companies and weighted by market cap.
A full suite of additions are anticipated throughout 2014 including featured profiles, CFA coverage, dynamic sharing capabilities, dedicated authors, as well as a two-tier system ( The Marijuana Index, and The Marijuana Index: Premier). It is the first equity index in marijuana, cannabis, and hemp securities with robust tracking of aggregate volume, market cap, price, and intra-day changes. The Marijuana Index features an assigned ticker through
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