Cannabis experienced a bit of a setback in 2021, with sales dipping in many major U.S. markets compared to the staggering results of the year prior, setting the stage for a new year of potential opportunity and uncertainty.
"This year will be a telling sign on the industry, as many are looking for the sector to find a bottom," said Brett Sifling, director of the financial planning advisory program "Get Invested" at Gerber Kawasaki Wealth and Investment Management.
As that search continues, 2022 investor strategies vary, with market leaders keeping an eye on various options. While some focus on the major names, others keep tabs on value buys, ETFs and limited license opportunities, among other avenues.
Here's what some of the market's leading investors and public company execs told Benzinga has attracted their attention in early 2022.
Consider Pot Stocks Large And Small
No strategy proved to be a prevailing path among sources. Instead, they offered a range of investment options to contemplate.
Smaller players and stocks moving under their averages have the attention of investors like Jeff Siegel and Alan Brochstein.
Brochstein, author of 420 Investor and founding partner of New Cannabis Ventures said, "There are a bunch of …