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It’s been six weeks since Aphria (NYSE:APHA) reported mediocre earnings and guidance. Since its January 14 Q2 2020 report, Aphria stock has fallen by 30% through February 27. Over the past 52 weeks, it’s lost two-thirds of its value.  While most of its business on this side of the Atlantic seems to be failing to ignite, the company’s German operations continue to look like the crown jewel in Aphria’s kingdom. That answer’s in the hands of the investing gods. What I do know is that it would be in a world of hurt if not for its overseas business. As Demand Skyrockets in Germany, Aphria Stock Looks More Valuable

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