What Aphria’s Earnings Report Could Mean for Its Stock

Yesterday Aphria (APHA) announced weaker-than-expected fiscal Q2 results that caused the stock to dip, but didn’t exactly send shockwaves across the cannabis sector. By now, many investors have become hardened to the reality that publicly-traded cannabis companies may continue to fall short of their revenue targets for the unforeseen future.    The Canadian pot company reported losses that were in tune with expectations, but revenue that missed expectations. Nonetheless, Aphria still delivered an optimistic full-year sales outlook. For the quarter, Aphria’s net losses amounted to C$8.2 million ($6.3 million), or 3…