HEXO: Cheap, But Integration Risk Is Concerning

 

  • HEXO announced a surprisingly large equity offering causing the stock to collapse.
  • The company sold at least 47.5 million units at just $2.95 per share while the stock traded above $7 as recently as June.
  • The stock is cheap here, but shareholders face massive integration risk.
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While cannabis stocks have traded weak since the February peak, HEXO (HEXO) tops the list with a massive 27.5% loss on just Friday alone. The company has turned a promising acquisition of private Canadian firm Redecan into a horribly timed fund raising. My investment thesis remains Bullish on the stock after this massive dip, though my view remains concerned about integration risks of the three acquisitions.

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Update - August 31

Good sign that Redecan sees the current price as insanely cheap considering those shareholders got shares for $7 per share.

-Cannabis company HEXO (HEXO -0.8%) completed the acquisition of Canada’s Redecan in a $925M deal.
-At closing, HEXO paid the selling shareholders of Redecan $400M in cash and delivered 69.7M newly issued HEXO common shares.

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