The eyes of the cannabis industry continue to shift east, as Massachusetts opens its first recreational dispensaries. But a neighbor is trying to do something much bigger even without expanding beyond medical use.
The biggest change in federal cannabis law is coming in 2019 and it will open up a wave of new opportunity for businesses. And that's not even the most important part of what our inside source has to say. (Read more)
Whether you heard about Innovative Industrial Properties Inc. (NYSE: IIPR) as a part of our email list before the American Cannabis Summit or when the National Institute for Cannabis Investors launched on October 23, you're a winning investor if you took action.
With 2019 right around the corner, three key themes stand out far beyond any other topics that will shape the business end of the marijuana industry. That includes perhaps the most shocking emerging target demographic for cannabis to date.
There is a reason the adage "you get what you pay for" exists. Dozens of financial information websites put out a lot of misleading information, especially when it comes to cannabis companies that are new or making a lot of deals.
There has never been a better time to be a cannabis investor than right now. Cannabis is about to enter a stage of MASSIVE consolidation. This is going to set the stage for unprecedented potential profits for early investors! And once American legalization occurs, this tiny $10.8 billion industry could skyrocket to $100 billion... $500 billion... or even $1 trillion, virtually overnight. Just click here to find out more.
Stocks are likely to post much bigger gains when the possibility of something (e.g., a law change, a merger or acquisition, etc.) first becomes known. Once the event actually happens, many investors have already moved on or may even be looking to take some gains (sell off the stocks they bought in advance of or right as a rumor came out). Three new indices show this very thing.
In this video, Danny Brody conducts his first-ever interview with NICI in summer 2018, before he became a founding advisory board member and a part of the elite trading research service The Cannabis IPO Insider. Brody talks here about the importance of strong partnerships, about better ways of raising money from investors, and the importance of organic products in the marketplace.
Never before have more veterans struggled with PTSD. And the "traditional cocktail" treatment from the medical profession that revolves around opioids is leading to massive addition problems. What's worse: 22 veterans commit suicide daily. But researchers and veterans themselves are leading the way to advocate for cannabis as a safer, more effective way to treat PTSD.
The best emerging cannabis stock opportunities right now don’t involve companies listed on the New York Stock Exchange or Nasdaq. Fortunately, most of the biggest U.S-based brokers now allow you to trades stocks listed in Canada, notably ones on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) and the Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE).