What Has Been The Performance of Indoor Ag Companies This Year? [Part 1/2]
Every Wednesday, discover an editorial on a relevant and important topic related to indoor farming.
Good morning readers, in a two-part editorial, we are going to review the performance of indoor farming publicly-traded companies. The least we can say is that 2022 has been an awful year for most of these companies, some were able to mitigate the current macro event while others are hit by poor news affecting their performance on public markets.
Disclaimer: The information contained in this editorial is not investment advice, please do your due diligence and refer to your financial analysts before making any investments regardless of the sector, the company, or the current market environment.
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