Owning pot stocks and crossing the border

Shares in numerous TSX-listed marijuana companies were even more volatile than usual on Friday after an official at U.S. Customs and Border Protection said it's not just users of the drug who risk

10 Jul 2018 Cannabis is going mainstream in Canada, but U.S. border authorities are and five years—for the rest of their lives when they wish to cross the border." in Canada traded on stock exchanges that are related to cannabis. Cars line up to cross into the U.S. from Canada in Saint-Bernard-de-Lacolle, Quebec. Canadians who invest in marijuana-related stocks, as well as those who use pot or work in the cannabis industry, could be banned from ever entering the U.S., according to a report Thursday. I’ve heard that I could be barred from entering the United States if I own shares of a Canadian cannabis producer. trouble at the U.S. border. our money in domestic and U.S. stocks, with “Lots of people smoke pot, and we are all going to want to cross the border. It can screw up your whole work life if you can’t cross.” Tweet This

29 Dec 2019 Justin Trudeau legalised cannabis in Canada. "It didn't take a rocket scientist to recognise that these stocks were trading on fantasy and not on fundamentals," says Constellation Brands, which makes Corona beer, owns a 38% stake in Canopy. Migrants enter Texas through the US-Mexico border 

Canadian Cannabis stocks confirmed to be valid entry denial for life by CBP would be consequence at the border if you said you don't own such stocks? Now every single find that owns this index now owns a portion of their weed company. I recall they would always use words like "wowing the customer" or " cross-sell  15 Jan 2020 Cannabis stocks continue to be one of the most talked-about sectors, with though pot is legal in certain U.S. states, Canadians crossing the border into or they admit to owning marijuana stocks that trade on the Nasdaq. 15 Sep 2018 While she says she doesn't expect border officials will start asking detailed questions on marijuana investments of everyone crossing the  14 Sep 2018 Brace for 'scary down days' in cannabis stocks, marijuana fund Those at risk include people in border towns who frequently cross over to buy  21 Nov 2018 Canadian border guards are silhouetted as they replace each other at an inspection booth at the Douglas border crossing on the Canada-USA  20 Jul 2018 Canadians who invest in U.S.-based marijuana companies are at risk of cannabis company, you could be asking for trouble at the U.S. border. “I saw a gentleman up in Edmonton who owns some commercial property in Colorado. We have about two-thirds of our money in domestic and U.S. stocks, 

It’s not just admitting to cannabis use that can cause headaches for Canadians at the U.S. border, investing in American pot companies can also pose problems, like it did for one prominent

“Lots of people smoke pot, and we are all going to want to cross the border. It can screw up your whole work life if you can’t cross.” Tweet This Of course, if you’re bold enough to risk your money on pot stocks, then you’re probably willing to risk getting banned at the border. So, with that in mind, the decision is yours. OTTAWA — “No cannabis at border crossings.” The signs posted on the Canadian side of Ontario’s Thousand Islands crossing into the United States couldn’t be more clear. They’re punctuated with a logo featuring a pot leaf inside a red circle with a red slash through it. Canadian Sam Znaimer said he was recently denied entry at a Washington state border crossing by officials who said his investments in U.S. marijuana companies make him ineligible to enter the country. Shares in numerous TSX-listed marijuana companies were even more volatile than usual on Friday after an official at U.S. Customs and Border Protection said it's not just users of the drug who risk

Of course, if you’re bold enough to risk your money on pot stocks, then you’re probably willing to risk getting banned at the border. So, with that in mind, the decision is yours.

13 Sep 2018 Owen said border officers will not begin asking every Canadian about their From pot to privacy: What we know and don't know about crossing the in cannabis companies, which are publicly traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange. That person who owns a mutual fund and maybe doesn't even know 

10 Jul 2018 Cannabis is going mainstream in Canada, but U.S. border authorities are and five years—for the rest of their lives when they wish to cross the border." in Canada traded on stock exchanges that are related to cannabis.

OTTAWA — “No cannabis at border crossings.” The signs posted on the Canadian side of Ontario’s Thousand Islands crossing into the United States couldn’t be more clear. They’re punctuated with a logo featuring a pot leaf inside a red circle with a red slash through it. Canadian Sam Znaimer said he was recently denied entry at a Washington state border crossing by officials who said his investments in U.S. marijuana companies make him ineligible to enter the country.

Canadian Cannabis stocks confirmed to be valid entry denial for life by CBP would be consequence at the border if you said you don't own such stocks? Now every single find that owns this index now owns a portion of their weed company. I recall they would always use words like "wowing the customer" or " cross-sell  15 Jan 2020 Cannabis stocks continue to be one of the most talked-about sectors, with though pot is legal in certain U.S. states, Canadians crossing the border into or they admit to owning marijuana stocks that trade on the Nasdaq.