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Recreational vs medical cannabis markets explained | Trading the markets


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Watch Maxim Jacobs, MD and director of investment research at Edison Investment Research, and IG’s financial writer Josh Warner discuss how the cannabis market works – including the differences between medical and recreational cannabis in our latest Trading the Markets podcast.

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