Research analyst Matt Clark is running your requested cannabis stocks through Adam O’Dell’s Green Zone Ratings system. And he’s back with your latest Marijuana Market Update video!
This week, Matt discusses the only marijuana-based real estate investment trust (REIT) in the market — Innovative Industrial Properties Inc. (NYSE: IIPR).
About IIPR Stock
IIPR is a Maryland-based cannabis REIT that leases to medical cannabis operators — including Cresco Labs, a company Matt previously covered in the Marijuana Market Update.
Watch the video above to find out about:
- What IIPR does.
- Its large U.S. footprint.
- How IIPR stock rates according to our Green Zone rating system.
- More about IIPR’s high growth rating.
- The stock’s recent price action.
- Where Matt sees IIPR going from here.
And make sure you watch until the end of the video. Matt revisits the company he covered last week — Curaleaf. Analysts have raised their price target on the stock.
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P.S. Be sure to check out our other YouTube videos:
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