The company that will turn out the winner with Canada’s budding marijuana business already exists one of the handful of licensed medical cannabis producers, according to Canaccord Genuity, which often launched coverage of marijuana companies Wednesday.

“We believe cannabis to be one of the most exciting aspects of investment to come up in recent years,” Canaccord professionals Neil Maruoka and Matt Bottomley wrote in a note.

Among this six marijuana companies the analysts today cover, they believe Aurora Hashish is the best pick due to its low-cost production and borrowed capacity.

They believe that for $2.42 per present provides the most attractive profit. They also said recall-plagued OrganiGram Inc. provides investors using the greatest upside whether or not this can overcome its reputational challenges.

The other only two stock picks in the speculative buy category are Emblem Cultivating cannabis, which is supported by it has the position as a just medical play, plus Supreme Pharmaceuticals, so it believes is underrated as it awaits it is sales licence. Subsequently, they see niche leaders Canopy Advancement Corp. and Aphria Inc. because fairly valued.

The analysts said marijuana acceptance has reached an inflection point and the leisurely market could be set up by 2018 and increase to encompass a few 3.8 thousand customers by 2021. 

However, high government standards and rigorous requirements currently have resulted in high obstacles to entry : Health Canada merely has approved two % of applicants for just a licence – obtaining first-mover advantage for recent licensed producers, the tutor said.

“Despite expectations (and recent Project Force recommendations) more and more small producers be authorized, we believe that present LPs already have a substantial head start over unlicensed mates,” they submitted in the report.

“While Wellbeing Canada is not in the field of creating oligopolies, we believe the particular clear separation regarding incumbents will likely provide a distinctive advantage as the rush for capacity and also economies of level continues.”