D. H. Taylor

About the Author D. H. Taylor

I am an economist and mathematician having studied at the University of Denver. I trade my own account. I eat what I kill. I focus on the consumer and the economics of that consumer. I start my focus on the consumer and look at economic data to determine how strong the consumer is at any moment. From that, I extrapolate the state of the consumer and shopping trends at retailers as well as purchasing of housing and autos. I follow the major trends of these to determine the health of the economy here in America and abroad. Being from California and Colorado, I am all-too familiar with cannabis. I am actively building a portfolio of cannabis biopharmaceuticals for my private investment. Also, I evaluate the cannabis stocks on a whole.

The Pros and Cons of Owning Tilray (TLRY) Stock

As a value investor, one of the most important things you can do is look at the management team of a company to …

The Green Organic Dutchman (TGODF): The Most Undervalued Marijuana Stock You Can Buy?

I am a big fan of the Green Organic Dutchman (TGODF). First, the industry will eventually be a $500 billion industry worldwide and …

Don’t Get Trapped by All the Hype Surrounding New Age Beverages (NBEV) Stock

There is a lot of talk about New Age Beverages (NBEV) and their valuation. The company loses money off of $50 million in …

Cronos (CRON) Stock Doubles in Two Months, But Is It a Bubble?

Cronos (CRON) stock has more than doubled in two months time, as the chart below shows.  In early December, the company announced a …

Tilray (TLRY) Makes Moves to Expand Globally, But the Stock Remains Overvalued

I am not the biggest fan of the current price of Tilray’s (TLRY) stock. It is overvalued by leaps and bounds.

Despite the Loss, Plenty of Good in Aurora Cannabis’ (ACB) Earnings

On Monday, February 11th, the cannabis world got a solid look at earnings from one of the biggest producers in Canada after legalized …

Aphria (APHA) Stock to Move Higher Despite Conflicts of Interest

In November, most of the world’s stock markets sold off on economic concerns and trade tensions between the United States and China.  This …