BudDesk prides it’s self on factual, information based content. We are cannabis enthusiasts who are ambitious about the growth and development of the cannabis industry and passionate and supporting and investing in companies with innovative and useful projects.

With this rapidly emerging sector, quality information has become muddied and there is a need for content which is both entertaining and transparent. Buddesk was built to fill the void of quality, fact based and engaging news in the cannabis space. Built and run by enthusiasts and advocates of the core values represented at the heart of the cannabis movement; liberty, health and self empowerment.

Our vision is a world where factual information flows freely and the civil right of self determination is respected. To accomplish this trustworthy media is required to provide the medium for that flow and communication. Buddesk’s mission is to facilitate that by being the source of trusted media in the cannabis industry.

The articles posted on BudDesk are positioned to be positive while remaining truthful and fact based. Sometimes, content will be more crude and expose companies who are trying to mislead the public with dishonest representation of their business. If an article is negative or shaming of a company, there will be evidence to support that perspective.

BudDesk does accept clients, and will disclose any interest or ownership on it’s website.

BudDesk does not short under any circumstances. The goal is to promote companies who are creating real value for the marketplace not profit from the demise of those less authentic.

Sometimes the facts change, and quality information is hard to find. BudDesk content writers take pride in doing their due diligence when writing so readers can do their own when researching this emerging sector. If our content is inaccurate, it will be amended and BudDesk is happy to admit fault when its due.


BudDesk is not an investment advisor and no content of this site should be considered investment advice. Cannabis is still considered illegal in many jurisdictions and BudDesk does not condone the use of cannabis except where permissible by state law. BudDesk does not possess, distribute, or sell cannabis products.

Company Relationship Disclosures

Buddesk does not author or own all the reports and/or articles found on buddesk.com Buddesk does not pay for its content.  However, third parties that may contribute content to Buddesk may receive compensation from and/or hold positions in the stocks and securities referenced in their respective reports and/or articles.  Buddesk requests that any and all third party content contributors disclaim the receipt of compensation or positions held in any referenced stocks or securities, but does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of such information.

The following are paid clients, or companies Buddesk or its operators own stock in:

Hexo Cannabis (HEXO)

Auxly (XLY)

Body & Mind Cannabis (BAMM)

Organimax (KMAX)

Horizons Mutual Funds (HMMJ)

Australis (AUSA)

Invictus (GENE)

DMG Blockchain (DMGI)

Global Hemp Group (GHG)

Aurora (ACB)

Trackloop (TOOL)

Quadron Cannatech (QCC)

Buddesk is not a licensed broker-dealer, market maker, investment advisor, or underwriter. All information that we provide is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as an offer or solicitation of an offer to buy or sell securities. Furthermore, investing in such securities involves substantial risk of loss and investors should seek advice from financial professionals before investing.


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