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Merida Capital Partners
Merida Capital Partners is a PE fund focusing on the ancillary verticals in the emerging cannabis industry.
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Merida Capital Partners Dec 14
completely beat me to this but learn the name Mick Mulvaney. He is the new POTUS gatekeeper and he is very, very strong on cannabis liberalization. Even before it was cool to be so in DC.
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Merida Capital Partners Dec 14
Merida and quoted in article on ancillary spending as the next wave of big opportunities in the space.
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Merida Capital Partners Dec 14
Replying to @Invest420
yawn....they are still crowdfunding right?
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Merida Capital Partners Dec 13
Congrats to Charlie Bachtell for his appointment to Illinois legalization committee-Gov Pritzker picked a great representative for the state and industry.
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Merida Capital Partners Dec 13
Great conversation, incredible insight from professional operators moving the industry forward.
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Merida Capital Partners Dec 13
Episode 3 of our interview series is up on - Merida Port Co CEO Giadha DeCarcer- Enjoy!
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Merida Capital Partners Dec 12
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Merida Capital Partners Dec 12
Miked up and rdy to talk cannabis disruption
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Merida Capital Partners Dec 12
Todd's dropping knowledge! Great episode.
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Merida Capital Partners Dec 12
Our next commentary-targeting for 12/31 release Size Matters-Why Cannabis/CBD Will Be More Impactful Than Any Rational Prediction Cliff Note version-B/C its hard to figure the size of this: Legalization➡️Destigmatization➡️Colonization(the good kind like the moon)➡️Normalization
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Merida Capital Partners Dec 12
Replying to @alysonrmartin
Thanks for the unscientific validation-could be also be a factor of population density but that is reversed by the ability to overpower "NYC" street smell, which isn't New Orleans streets at 8 am on a 95 degree day but is always lingering and suboptimal, olfactorily speaking.
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New Frontier Data Dec 12
Farm bill to help hemp grow into a multibillion-dollar industry | Food and Environment Reporting Network by - featured.
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Merida Capital Partners Dec 12
Replying to @tomangell
Maybe he will offer him a peace pipe with Girl Scout Cookies when Pelosi/Schumer sign the States Act-it is adult use legal in DC after all.
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Merida Capital Partners Dec 12
Unscientific but relevant observation-I smell alot more cannabis in medical, vape/extract-only NY every day than in adult-use Toronto. So Cdn investors hold tight, fairly sure that things will begin to accelerate as legality sets in and culture changes. As for NY-
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Merida Capital Partners Dec 11
Replying to @Monteviale3
it would be ironic if QCM report catalyzes a deeper sense of purpose of CDN banks to dig in on all foreign spending and discover that some assets seem to actually make sense in a broader context. And no doubt report just made anything global more cheaper for acq.
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Merida Capital Partners Dec 11
Its tremendous for hemp cos-but thats pretty obvious. And I think cos. that are selling lots of cannabis also understand CBD- or at least the ones we deal with do. Was making a more broad point about how it also helps cannabis cos.
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Merida Capital Partners Dec 11
Replying to @JustinJonesDank
Fair point(especially in CA), but if federally legal, pretty sure states would have to change perspective since it would be like banning corn or soybean ingredient(as in not happening).
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Merida Capital Partners Dec 11
I'll take that bet-the will of a Governor matters alot on these things. Budgets too. And was governor there so there is a huge libertarian streak in the state. I'm not sure its far from the next tranche of blue sts like NJ/NY which seem fait accomplis on rec.
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Merida Capital Partners Dec 11
Its not a knock on (who seem amazing)-its just reality. If they hold anything above 25% by Q3 of '19 it would be a statistical outlier of huge proportions. just opened Miami, and Surterra opening in high pop areas, opening more, and close to uptime.
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