Over the course of the past few months, RichTv Live has emerged as one of the more popular online resources for those looking for investment content on YouTube. During these past months, RichTv Live has analyzed a wide range of stocks across sectors and has become quite popular among investors.
In its latest video, RichTv focussed on the cannabis firm Christina Lake Cannabis (CSE:CLC) OTCMKTS:CLCFF) (FRANKFURT:A2QEGJ) and it could be worthwhile for investors to perhaps take a look at the video if they are interested in the sector. However, more importantly, RichTv managed to rope in the Chief Executive Officer of the company Joel Dumaresq to its show.
It is another indication of the fact that RichTv is now regarded as a significantly important platform among both investors and company executives. Christina Lake is one of the many licensed cannabis producers in Canada and also holds a license for selling as well as processing its own produce.
At the same time, it is also necessary to note for investors that the Canadian firm also bagged a research and development license from the regulator Health Canada. It got the license earlier this year and it goes without saying that it marked a significant milestone in the history of the company.
The CEO of the company spoke to RichTv Live yesterday after the company successfully listed its stock on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. It goes without saying that it is a major stepping stone for the company since it opens up the stock to another pool of investors in one of the biggest economies in the world. The listing had actually been reported by RichTv this past Friday.
CLC is currently an early-stage company and this listing allows investors in Germany to get into the stock at attractive valuations. The company owns a property stretching across 32 acres, which includes its offices and other facilities in addition to a cultivation area of 950,000 square feet. In its first year, the company produced 32,500 kilos of cannabis but eventually, CLC wants to take that figure to 88,000 kilos.
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