10 Reasons It’s Way Too Soon to Give Up on Aurora Cannabis

Founded in 1993 by brothers Tom and David Gardner, The Motley Fool helps millions of people attain financial freedom through our website, podcasts, books, newspaper column, radio show, and premium investing services. You might be ready to abandon hope for Aurora Cannabis (NYSE:ACB). That’s understandable after the company’s ugly fiscal 2020 first-quarter results. The Canadian cannabis producer’s revenue is falling. Its bottom line is deteriorating. Don’t let seemingly positive net income resulting from accounting for derivative liabilities fool you on that front. Aurora continues to burn through its cash. Aurora’s path to success might seem next to impossible, but it’s way too soon to give up on the company. Here are 10 reasons why.  Aurora Cannabis Chief Corporate Officer Cam Battley readily acknowledged in the company’s Q1 conference call that there have been some big challenges stemming from the lack of retail cannabis stores in Canadian provinces. He admitted that “these issues will take a little time to resolve,” But taking a little time to resolve is a different animal altogether than not being able to resolve the issue...

In a two-week Pedestal Spotlight Show from June 29 to July 15, the Yaquina Art Association

In a two-week Pedestal Spotlight Show from June 29 to July 15, the Yaquina Art Association will be featuring the jewelry of Linda Cline. The Yaquina Art Association Gallery is located at 789 NW Beach Drive in Newport’s historic Nye Beach district. Hours of operation are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day.  “I live in an amazing place, Newport, Oregon, where every day I have the privilege of watching the ocean glisten, sparkle and change into many colors,” said Cline. “The variety of colors in nature is the canvas whereby I create sparkling jewelry.” Originally from Southern California and a having career as an English as a second language instructor at the University of California Riverside, creating and crafting beaded jewelry was not something Cline envisioned becoming a second career for her. “But here I am 18 years later, still crafting beautiful beaded necklaces, bracelets, earrings and such,” she said. “Moreover, it is still a passion for me.” Cline basically taught herself, and she says she is still learning and experimenting with different gemstones, Swarovski Crystals and other glass beads. “My predominant finding is sterling silver, but I do use 14k gold, pewter, brass and co...