Delta 8 THC - June 2021

If you are looking to buy Delta 8 THC and interested in trying it, there are two things you need to be aware of before doing so. There is currently legislation pending in Congress that could make it illegal to buy or sell any marijuana-related products such as THC. There have also been instances in which Delta 8 THC has been found in breast milk. The question is whether or not the plant has dangerous side effects that outweigh the benefits of buying and using the product? This article will address both issues.

Officially, Delta 8 THC is perfectly legal! Here's a quick rundown of the federal law which Delta 8 THC falls under: The 2021 Farm Bill makes most medical-related cannabis-related compounds, and so-called Cannabinoid derivative products, legal in the United States. However, in order to be considered as a federally controlled substance, the final draft of the bill required that all cannabinoids are classified as Schedule II drugs - which includes all members of the delta 9-thc chemical family. This schedule is lower than the classification, the Controlled Substances Act places on most other types of drugs, meaning that cannabis would be viewed as having fewer risks than most prescription or over-the-counter medications.

To this end, if you plan on growing your own cannabis and want to use Delta 8 THC gummies, don't be worried about violating any laws or regulations. However, it's important that you understand the federal law at the present time, as it is easy to change the landscape in the near future. While Delta 9 THC gummies won't be going anywhere soon, you can get all the information you need to start growing right away by following the tips outlined in this article.

It's true that Delta 9 THC cannabis products may not be available at the local supermarket. However, new technology has made it possible for consumers to grow cannabis plants using indoor hydroponic equipment. By utilizing this equipment, anyone can cultivate high-quality cannabis without worrying about purchasing large quantities of cannabis buds at the local store. Instead, hydroponic farmers can provide consumers with top quality cannabis products that are already grown in an indoor greenhouse. These products can be sent to any location in the world, wherever it's legal, as long as the plant is legalized. After all, cultivating cannabis plants indoors makes it extremely easy to control the environment inside the home, so long as the grower follows some safety precautions.

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What's Happening With Unemployment? Unfortunately, It's Pretty Hard To Tell. – JOSH BERSIN

Delta 8 THC - June 2021

If you are looking to buy Delta 8 THC and interested in trying it, there are two things you need to be aware of before doing so. There is currently legislation pending in Congress that could make it illegal to buy or sell any marijuana-related products such as THC. There have also been instances in which Delta 8 THC has been found in breast milk. The question is whether or not the plant has dangerous side effects that outweigh the benefits of buying and using the product? This article will address both issues.

Officially, Delta 8 THC is perfectly legal! Here's a quick rundown of the federal law which Delta 8 THC falls under: The 2021 Farm Bill makes most medical-related cannabis-related compounds, and so-called Cannabinoid derivative products, legal in the United States. However, in order to be considered as a federally controlled substance, the final draft of the bill required that all cannabinoids are classified as Schedule II drugs - which includes all members of the delta 9-thc chemical family. This schedule is lower than the classification, the Controlled Substances Act places on most other types of drugs, meaning that cannabis would be viewed as having fewer risks than most prescription or over-the-counter medications.

To this end, if you plan on growing your own cannabis and want to use Delta 8 THC gummies, don't be worried about violating any laws or regulations. However, it's important that you understand the federal law at the present time, as it is easy to change the landscape in the near future. While Delta 9 THC gummies won't be going anywhere soon, you can get all the information you need to start growing right away by following the tips outlined in this article.

It's true that Delta 9 THC cannabis products may not be available at the local supermarket. However, new technology has made it possible for consumers to grow cannabis plants using indoor hydroponic equipment. By utilizing this equipment, anyone can cultivate high-quality cannabis without worrying about purchasing large quantities of cannabis buds at the local store. Instead, hydroponic farmers can provide consumers with top quality cannabis products that are already grown in an indoor greenhouse. These products can be sent to any location in the world, wherever it's legal, as long as the plant is legalized. After all, cultivating cannabis plants indoors makes it extremely easy to control the environment inside the home, so long as the grower follows some safety precautions.

Delta 8 Products

  1. Delta 8 products from Area 52 are among the best gummies and delta 8 vapes for sale on the market today.
  2. Buy Delta 8 from Area 52 and enjoy a 30 day money back guarantee and free priority shipping on all carts.
  3. Delta 8 THC is a legal alternative to recreational cannabis that is available in more than 20 states where it remains legal. Delta 8 THC was recently made illegal in New York.

Best Delta 8 THC Gummies

  1. The best delta 8 gummies have been picked from more than 500 brands on the market. After trying all the companies, the list of the best delta 8 edibles has been finalized.
  2. Buy delta 8 THC gummies that are 100% legal and pay directly with your PayPal account or credit card. Delta 8 THC gummies are federally legal following the 2018 Farm Bill which decriminalized all products from hemp containing less than 0.3% THC.
  3. These delta 8 gummies for pain are made with CBC which is a cannabinoid known to reduce feelings of pain and acute stress.

Delta 8 Carts

  1. Observer writes that the best delta 8 carts in 2021 remain the Pineapple Express and Berry Gelato strains offered by Area 52.
  2. SFExaminer's list of the best delta 8 carts and the unethical brands to avoid exposes companies that don't provide full panel lab tests on all of their products.
  3. Herald Net has picked what they name the best delta 8 cartridges that money can buy, and which brands you should stay away from. The brands in the do not use list included vapes that had heavy metals and mercury.

What’s Happening With Unemployment? Unfortunately, It’s Pretty Hard To Tell.

We all know the unemployment rate is very high. Overall nearly 40 million Americans have filed for unemployment this year (roughly 1/4 of the workforce), and while some have gone back to work, most stores and offices are still not fully open. But it’s important to know the “rate,” because policymakers and business leaders use the data as a signal: is the economy getting better or worse? Should I rush back to work or wait until the Pandemic slows down? Should policymakers throw more money into the economy or not?

Well, last week I was digging around, and unfortunately, it’s hard to tell what’s really going on.

Last week the BLS announced that the US economy had a miraculous recovery. We created more than 2.5 million jobs, put over a million people back to work in retail, and the unemployment rate plummeted. Donald Trump and Jim Cramer immediately told us “The Economy is Back!” and the stock market reached new highs.

*Update: today the market absorbed new data and made a major correction of -7%.*

Yet these numbers didn’t feel right to me. My neighborhood and all my clients were telling me otherwise. So I decided to dig in.

First I called my friends at ADP, who have actual data on one out of every six employees in the United States (that’s how many people they pay). They told me that their data, which they carefully adjust to match the BLS industry mix, showed that the US lost 2.7 Million jobs in May. Almost the polar opposite of the BLS. I was kind of floored. Their data made much more “logical sense” to me so I got them on the phone.

Yes, their data is based on real payroll data, representing tens of millions of employers. The BLS data, by contrast, is based on a “household survey” (to households) and a “payroll survey” (to employers). While surveys are useful, people don’t fill them outright (and often ignore them) while ADP has real-world data on employers. And ADP pays one out of six people in the United States, so the data is very representative.

Being an analyst, I felt very unsettled. The BLS data seemed wrong. So on Sunday I talked with Heather Long at the Washington Post and she told me the BLS had a “misclassification error” but there was no political influence taking place. She was not aware of the ADP data and told me the BLS does payroll surveys also. I continued to be confused.

That evening my wife heard Ky Ryzdall interview Erica Groshen, the former head of the BLS. She is now a Cornell professor so I called her. Ms. Groshen was very supportive of the BLS and assured me that the agency was not politically motivated. Apparently these misclassification errors are not uncommon: the BLS regularly “revises” its numbers in the months following publication.

Well, yesterday Ms. Groshen published a pretty good explanation of what happened. The BLS data from May includes a question about whether people are working, and if you have been “furloughed” or “sent home” but may still have an employer, you are classified as employed. So the “actual rate of employment” was heavily overstated.

Her analysis points out a “consequential underestimate” of the official unemployment rate. Take a look. It was off by almost 40% in March, 30% in April and 25% in May.

The actual unemployment rate, according to Ms. Groshen, is more like 16.4% – and the unemployment rate in April, according to her, was 19.5%. (Which feels right to me, given the data on unemployment claims.)

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But Wait. Did Jobs Go Up Or Down? Could ADP Be Right?

Which gets me back to ADP. ADP is a serious, hard-working, highly credible company. They have no reason to mislead anyone about anything. The ADP data shows that the US economy lost jobs in May.  Here is their data:

I talked with ADP about this and their numbers, which come directly from payrolls (ADP has anonymized near real-time data about when an individual drops off or joins a company), shows a major drop in services (-1.97 million jobs), a significant drop in manufacturing (-719,000 job), and a major drop in trade, transportation, leisure, and hospitality. And ADP also showed a loss of 22,000 construction jobs.

As you can see, the numbers are almost opposite to BLS surveys in many cases. In particular, the BLS huge growth in construction, manufacturing, services, and healthcare, while ADP sees losses in every one of those categories. Could it be a timing issue? Perhaps, but in either case, these samples are within a week of each other.

What Are We To Do?

I’m flummoxed. It makes perfect sense that the economy is starting to improve. People are opening up stores and many states are relaxing restrictions. But are we in the middle of a massive recovery that warrants a stock market rally to near all-time highs? It’s pretty hard to tell.

Yesterday the Federal Reserve (who apparently has their own jobs data which they keep confidential) announced that we would have high unemployment for years and that our zero-interest-rate policy may go on for two years or more.

(In response to this companies are starting to borrow like crazy – Amazon just issued debt at a .4% interest rate- and even philanthropies are borrowing money to fill their endowments.)

As far as the BLS data goes, they reserve the right to change their data (they “adjust” the numbers regularly) and both ADP and Ms. Groshens recommended we wait for their adjustments. Which is all we can really do.

My main finding this week is that we shouldn’t over-promote the BLS data when it first comes out, and the prospect of political interference does seem possible. Can you imagine the reaction from the Administration if the BLS announces that the unemployment rate is actually over 16%?

I asked the ADP folks about this and their reaction was “this is a messy topic and most analysts don’t really understand where all these numbers come from.” I have to agree.

As far as the BLS methodology goes, I’d suggest they ask the top 20 payroll companies to send them data once a month. That would give them near-real-time data on almost 80% of the American workforce, and we could see detailed data on jobs, hours worked, wages, and breakdown by age, race, and job role in detail. Right now I still see people quoting the 13.3% rate.

Remember that the “future of work” has already arrived. Full-time, part-time, gig work, furloughs, layoffs, job swaps – they’re all important. We need to upgrade our data capture tools to reflect what’s really going on.

I will continue to look at this data and try to make sense of it. Meanwhile, I suggest you read everything you can get your hands on and analyze your own business data in detail.