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These marijuana stocks have cultivation, export, or research deals with at least one dozen countries outside of Canada.
Existing supply deals or contracts make these pot stocks far less risky than many of their peers.
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These cannabis stocks should have some of the best growing yields per square foot in the industry.
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These cannabis stocks all offer at least 36% upside.
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