Curaleaf holdings inc

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Curaleaf holdings inc stock is down -100% since 30 days ago. The next earnings date is Aug 7, 2024. The company has had above-average volume in the last 30 days. Its seasonality going into this month shows a chance of a green month, as 66.67% of the previous 5 May’s closed higher than April. 100% of analysts rate it a buy.

About Curaleaf holdings inc

Curaleaf Holdings, Inc. operates as an integrated medical and wellness cannabis operator in the United States. It operates in two segments, Cannabis Operations and Non-Cannabis Operations. The Cannabis Operations segment engages in the production and sale of cannabis through retail and wholesale channels. The Non-Cannabis Operations segment provides professional services, including cultivation, processing, and retail know-how and back office administration, intellectual property licensing, real estate leasing services, and lending facilities to medical and adult-use cannabis licensees under management service agreements. It offers oil-based formulations, such as vaporizing, cartridges, tinctures, and capsules; and ground-flower. The company also provides hemp-based CBD products. As of March 9, 2021, it operated 101 dispensaries, 23 cultivation sites, and 30 processing sites in 23 states of the United States. The company was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Wakefield, Massachusetts.

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