Sundial Growers Inc. (NASDAQ:SNDL) engages in the production, distribution, and sale of cannabis products for the adult-use market. It is also involved in the production, distribution, and sale of ornamental plants and herbs in the United Kingdom. The company offers its products under the Top Leaf, Sundial Cannabis, Palmetto, and Grasslands brands.
Sundial Growers Inc. is benefiting from three upbeat factors. Sundial Growers stock, like other marijuana stocks, might have a brighter future due to Biden’s stance on the sector. SNDL ranks as one of the most talked-about cannabis stocks around right now.
The company itself is very transparent; quick google searches of their website Reddit users have helped make Sundial Growers a red-hot pot stock in 2021. SNDL appears interesting based on the technical chart.
With the current crash of pot stocks, Sundial will be able to scoop a few of them at a low price, restructure the costs and capture synergies; it is the same playbook that many industries have followed over the years.
In February, some folks were calling it a Robinhood stock, or a Reddit stock. That’s because the stock was heavily traded among retail traders, and because it was the topic of conversation among some users of r/WallStreetBets. Admittedly, SNDL stock went too high, too fast. On the other hand, buyers proved that they’re capable of bidding the share price up to the $6-$7 area.
In recent months, Sundial has made a $52 million debt investment in Zenabis, another $22 million debt and equity investment in edibles company Indiva and has formed a JV with private equity firm SAF Group.
With access to $100 Million (Canadian) via SunStream and with $600 Million (Canadian) in savings and no debt on the balance sheet Sundial can be a notable player in industry consolidation efforts and would look to see capital deployment in international markets including the US as global regulations continue to move in favor of cannabis reform.” The company is expected to pour $100- $200 million into a “special opportunities fund.”
Sundial Growers also announced that it has increased its commitment to SunStream Bancorp Inc. (“SunStream”) to $188 million from its previously announced commitment of $100 million. SunStream is a joint venture between Sundial and the SAF Group that will leverage a strategic financial and operational partnership to target asymmetrically enhanced risk-return opportunities in the cannabis industry to provide exposure to a portfolio of attractive debt, equity and hybrid investments
The fundamentals of SNDL are on point. And with the recent offering they will have 700 million dollars in cash on hand and they have no debt. We are to be informed of a merger or acquisition in the next 35 days. There’s also legalization in the works. This stock might be taking a beating run, it will not be for long and the ones that hold through will reap the benefits. Same happened with MARA which was at $2 end of 2020 and now it is at $50.