3 top Canadian psychedelic stocks to buy

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3 top Canadian psychedelic stocks to buy

3 Canadian psychedelic stocks to consider amid rising mental health concerns
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  • Rising anxiety, depression and PTSD cases mean the psychedelic industry is expected to grow in the future.
  • A psychedelic stock mentioned here noted a year-over-year surge of nearly 321 per cent.
  • A company among the below recently opened three new psychedelic clinics in North America.

Psychedelic drugs are well known for alleviating depression and mental disorders. Some researchers, patients, and investors believe that the medical benefits of psychedelics are better than any modern antidepressants to treat mental distress.

The global psychedelic sector has high growth potential, considering the growing concerns about depression and mental disorders worldwide. Research suggests that the industry may compound annually by more than 16 per cent from the current market size to $ 6.85 billion by 2027.

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On that note, let us explore some of the Canadian psychedelic stocks.

3 Canadian psychedelic stocks to consider

1.      Field Trip Health Ltd (TSX:FTRP)

The global psychedelic therapy developer Field Trip Health Ltd noted its stock down by 1.849 per cent at market close on Thursday, October 21 to C$ 6.90 apiece. It had slumped by more than 30 per cent from the 52-week high of C$ 9.88 reached on February 11.

Field Trip Health Ltd (TSX:FTRP)’s stock performance as on Thursday, October 21, 2021

The plant-based psychedelic stock posted a day high of C$ 7.11 during the recent trading session. It climbed more than 160 per cent in the past year and rose by about 65 per cent year-to-date (YTD). It dropped by approximately seven per cent in the last three months. However, it improved in the previous month and soared by about 21 per cent.

The company continued to gain momentum in the mental health field by opening three new psychedelic clinics in North America, an announcement on Tuesday, October 19 said.

2.      Novamind Inc (CSE:NM)

The ketamine-powered psychotherapist Novamind Inc witnessed its stock closing at C$ 0.95 per share, up by 21.795 per cent on October 21.

At this market closing, its stock had dropped by more than 59 per cent from its 52-week high of C$ 2.34 (February 22). However, it was trading up from its 52-week low of C$ 0.59 (September 23) by about 61 per cent.

The NM stock decreased by almost 39 per cent in the last nine months and nearly eight per cent in the previous three months. However, it seems to be recovering as it marked a quarter-to-date (QTD) growth of almost 44 per cent and spiked by more than 58 per cent in the past month.

3.      Clearmind Medicine Inc (CSE:CMND)

The biotech psychedelic company Clearmind medicine Inc saw its scrip priced at C$ 0.78 apiece, down by 1.266 per cent on October 21. It had descended by more than 21 per cent from its 52-week high of C$ 0.99 (August 6).

The CMND scrip rocketed by nearly 322 per cent in the last year. However, it declined by almost 19 per cent in the last three months and reduced by more than nine per cent month-to-date (MTD).

From the valuation point of view, the Toronto-headquartered company held a price-to-book (P/B) ratio of 4.333 at the time of writing.

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Bottom line

As anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) cases are rising, the psychedelic industry is expected to see a boost worldwide, especially in Canada as there are many new entrants in the emerging sector. As a result, investors are often looking into these psychedelic stocks as these are likely to gain momentum in future.

However, investors should rely on fundamentally strong stocks that hold the potential to grow with forthcoming market opportunities and should understand their risk-return profiles.


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