What The Future Holds For Tilray


  • The growth of Tilray’s craft-beverage brands will likely become the main driver of its stock returns in the years ahead.
  • Cannabis continues to be a loss-making endeavour with Tilray’s net losses for its last reported quarter up by nearly 100%.
  • Cash and equivalents of $490.6 million as of the end of its last reported quarter will provide the liquidity for continued accretive beverage alcohol acquisitions.

Plants Flowering in Cannabis Farm Greenhouse


Tilray (NASDAQ:TLRY) looks set to close out 2022 on a low note, with its common shares down 62% year-to-date. I last covered the company in the early months of the pandemic with a bearish tone that reflected

Tilray Fiscal 2023 First Quarter Revenue


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