7 Days -10.81%
1 Month -25.96%
2 Months -20.38%
3 Months -32.87%
6 Months -34.70%
Year To Date 11.26%
1 Year 12.31%
2 Years 115.19%
3 Years 4.53%
All-Time 363.31%

Daily Volume 150.29M
Avg. Volume 7-Days 166.58M
Avg. Volume 1-Month 240.17M
Avg. Volume 3-Months 155.66M
Avg. Volume 6-Months 149.39M
Daily Dollar Volume $462M
Avg. Dollar Volume 7-Days $478M
Avg. Dollar Volume 1-Month $704M
Avg. Dollar Volume 3-Month $535M
Avg. Dollar Volume 6-Month $613M

52-Weeks High 1,046.32
52-Weeks Change -56%
52-Weeks Low 392.00
52-Weeks Low Change 18%
All-Time High 1,046.32
All-Time High Change -56%
All-Time Low 96.74
All-Time Low Change 379%

Index Constituents 41 companies
Rebalance Frequency Daily
Inception Date 2016-01-01
Current Index Price $463.31
Total Capitalization $17.50B
Total Outstanding Shares 8.90B

Total Index Constituents: 41 Companies

The Pot Stocks Index replicates the same performance of a portfolio investing an equal amount of money in each company in the cannabis sector, with daily rebalancing to maintain an equal weight.

The index is an indicator of the broad sector performance of cannabis stocks. It serves as a benchmark to measure the performance of individual stock compared to the index. We track the combined volume across all exchanges in Canada and the United States.

The Pot Stocks Index functions as an equal-weighted index by default, giving the same importance to each stock in the index. Capitalization-weighting and price-weighting are also available.

Read more about the index details and weighting types here

Requirements for inclusion:
* Cannabis must be the principal business activity of the company (based on revenue)
* Listed on Canadian exchange (TSX, TSXV, CSE, NEO) or in the U.S. (NYSE, Nasdaq)
* Companies that came public through reverse take-overs are included in the price history only after the RTO
* Previously-existing companies that converted their business-model are tracked in the index starting at the date it became a cannabis company
* The historical price is automatically adjusted to reverse-splits and shares consolidations.
* Full list of requirements here
* The inclusion of a company in the index is not an endorsement of the company or a buy recommendation