Looking At Intellectual Property To Create Value

The cannabis sector continues to be one of the most attractive places to invest as it continues to be the fastest growing industry in the world.

Although investing in the cannabis industry might be an easy decision for some, most investors are still cautious since cannabis is still considered to be illegal at the Federal level.

Why Invest in the Cannabis Industry?

Many investors have asked this question and to us, the answer is simple…the cannabis industry is in the early innings of a multi-decade growth cycle that will create more millionaires than the tech boom in the 1990s.

Although the opportunity is attractive, these companies are in their developmental stage and are speculative in nature. The most important rule when it comes to cannabis stocks is to create a plan and a strategy for investing.

Investors cannot analyze cannabis stocks the same way that they analyze other companies. Some of the metrics to look at include its management team, balance sheet statement, and patents and intellectual property.

We believe that many investors fail to recognize value in company intellectual property and this is primarily due to the complicated valuation methodology.

A Company with Significant Intellectual Property Value

Last week, Lexaria Bioscience (LXRP) received a notice of acceptance from the Australian Patent Office with a patent issuance date expected in June, 2017. This is the company’s first patent acceptance outside of the United States and Lexaria expects this to be the start of a series of successful international patent awards.

The notice of acceptance covers Lexaria patent application entitled Food and beverage compositions infused with lipophilic active agents and methods of use thereof, which has been accepted with the same set of claims previously issued by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) in late October.

The patent issued pertains to Lexaria’s method of improving bioavailability and taste of certain cannabinoid lipophilic active agents in food products. The patent protects Lexaria’s intellectual property related to the infusion of cannabinoid compounds in edible products, the primary focus of its business.

Lexaria’s technology makes cannabis edibles taste better and causes the active ingredients to enter the bloodstream more quickly and much more effectively.

Lexaria CEO Chris Bunka said, “Lexaria’s technology is needed not just in the US, but throughout the global cannabis sector, which is why we have patent applications in place in 42 countries around the world. Our international applications offer the safety of unparalleled diversification to our supporters that even individual national market leaders cannot offer.”

A Stock to Watch

MassRoots (MSRT) is a company we continue to remain favorable on as we believe its intellectual property is significantly undervalued.

We are favorable on the rapid adoption to MassRoots’ platform and believe that recent announcements represent important steps for the company’s long-term opportunity .

We remain favorable on the shares after falling more than 3% on Friday due to: 1) its valuation is attractive after the recent sell-off, 2) the company continues to execute on previously stated initiatives, 3) fundamentals are improving as the company lowers its burn rate, and 4) expectation for continued growth.

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Source: Technical 420