These three strategies can help you boost your cannabis profits…

It’s the year 1999. “Dot Com” stocks are skyrocketing. Some investors are riding the ride, cashing in. Others are on the sidelines, watching like a deer in headlights, not knowing what to do.

To be clear, the “Dot Com” era turned out to be a bubble that popped. Many companies went out of business.

However, the best -like Amazon and Microsoft – became the foundation of the internet.

Well, we are in the midst of a similar craze with an industry that’s here to stay. It’s the biggest growth industry in the United States.

Heck, the planet.

Just like the stocks during the tech boom, some companies will survive, and others will not.

That’s why I’m cashing in on the hottest industry on the planet and protecting myself along the way.

And today, I’m going to show you three ways to cash in…

Now Is the Time to Profit

Cannabis sales in North America topped $10 billion last year, and this is an industry that could climb to $1 trillion in value.

To say that this is a “growth industry” is an understatement. In fact, it’s burning hot – literally and figuratively.

Pot, weed, grass, Mary Jane, reefer, ganja… call it what you want, but it is being embraced by all ages, races, and creeds across the planet. It is here to stay, and it isn’t even all the way here yet.

Derivatives of the plant like CBD are now federally legal and expanding the bounds of the marijuana industry. Although it doesn’t contain THC – the ingredient that produces the feeling of being high – it has been proven to have powerful medicinal affect.

CBD can now be found in numerous drinks, foods, body creams, and oils.

What all of this boils down to is that you don’t want to be left standing on the sidelines.

Now, the question is then, “Which companies should I invest in?”

Similar to the tech boom of the 90s, there will be leaders and laggards. Not all companies will survive. Some companies here today will not be here tomorrow.

Many of the firms in the space haven’t been around for very long, and a lack of stock history for some companies makes technical analysis less reliable.

So, what do you do?

Here’s what I do…

This market niche is projected to grow 3,622% in the next three years. And we’ve identified two companies you need to know for massive profit potential. Go here to learn more.

Invest in Big Names

Big names like Anheuser-Busch InBev, Constellation Brands (NYSE: STZ), Scotts Miracle Grow (NYSE: SMG), Phillip Morris, and Altria (NYSE: MO) are jumping into the cannabis market with both feet.

These companies will be here tomorrow with or without marijuana. Executives at these firms are investing in and partnering with the top marijuana companies in the world. For example, Constellation Brands, a $36 billion company, invested over $4 billion in Canopy Growth Corp. (NYSE: CGC).

This level of sponsorship also makes Canopy Growth a great prospect.

Diversify

Spread the risk amongst various marijuana companies. Some of the top names that I like outside of Canopy Growth are Tilray Inc. (Nasdaq: TLRY), Zynerba Pharmaceuticals (Nasdaq: ZYNE), Aurora Cannabis (NYSE: ACB), and GW Pharmaceuticals (Nasdaq: GWPH).

You can also diversify with marijuana ETFs like ETFMG Alternative Harvest ETF and Advisor Shares Pure Cannabis. These ETFs invest in a number of cannabis companies and provide diversification.

Use Options

Options were created to minimize risk, and buying a short-term option can often produce a huge profit, very quickly.

For example, when Tilray went public on the Nasdaq, its stock shot up 640% in three months. If you had invested $1,890 in Tilray shares, you could have been looking at around $12,000 in total gains after that three month period.

All of that seems great until you consider what you could’ve made had you invested in a short-term option, or cannabis lot, instead. Had you invested that same $1,890 in cannabis lots, you would’ve seen $27,405 in just one month.

Almost double the profits in one-third of the time, all thanks to cannabis lots.

Spend less, reduce risk, and make more money? Yes!

It doesn’t stop there…

You can make money up, down, and sideways with options, allowing you to profit on the inevitable stock swings.

If there was ever a time to combine options and a hot industry, this is it!

That’s why I’ve partnered with the Institute to bring you weekly cannabis lot recommendations through a new premium research service, Cannabis Power Trader.

I want to help you every step of the way, so you can see the kind of triple- and quadruple- digit gains I have in this industry. The time is now, folks, to get in on this emerging industry. Because…

Options + Hot Growth Industry = BIG, FAST, PROFITS.

To your success,

Tom Gentile

America’s #1 Pattern Trader, National Institute for Cannabis Investors

P.S. Investing in lots isn’t a new idea, just a new idea in relation to the cannabis industry. The Ancient Greeks were the first to put the theory to use, and it can still be a profitable way to invest today. That’s why I wanted to bring cannabis lots to your attention through Cannabis Power Trader. But you’ll want to check out this presentation today – because I’m putting my money where my mouth is and offering $1.5 million to back my system.


Comments

23 responses to “The Biggest Boost to Cannabis Profits”

  1. There is certainly a lot of talk and chatter of a bear market/significant correction in the near term…Do you believe cannabis stocks will be dragged down with the market? If so, how badly? Will the trading options include shorting the stock? Puts? How much more or less risk do you see with a market dive making use of your option plays for cannabis lots versus a persistent bullish market? I realize options generally give you the opportunity to profit in any market move…but is a rapidly declining market less predictable in this setting?

  2. Why don’t you just call it like it is . Buying cannabis lots is the same as risky option trading. There is no refund if your losing money on Tom Gentileys Picks and you must have a lot of money to buy into the program.

  3. Tam Gentile, Thank you so much to show me the way to make profit up or down with this new way to go about investment stocks like cannabis your teaching is great for people like me needed someone to just give a helping hand and you is that one Good send to blesses the communities by educate with the right toops to make chore we success in our way going about my investment Now my Business portfolio is what you are seeing right now big growth by just teaming with the right partner God blessing send come for us who need it the must .

  4. I wanna try lots but its a lot to start wish there was a way to do cheaper … I live in Riverview Florida would love to come to Sarasota if you can help to people that live close to you…do you have classes in Sarasota ?I am a member of Cannabis investors please help me want to make money off cannabis stock lots…

    Carlos Ramirez

  5. Will Tom please explain exactly what a Cannabis lot is. I know he is good at what he does but I watch his presentation and I still don’t understand what a Cannabis lot is and what it’s made of.
    Thanks

  6. Dear Gentlemen; All I see are very large losses in my Portfolio. You keep on mentioning old history. All these big and little names but you are not addressing the fact that the portfolio that you all constantly suggest is putting us in the poor house

  7. I have no problem buying call lots, but when it comes to a credit or green loophole trade on TD Ameritrade I get kicked out every time. As much as I watch your video on lots, & elsewhere the lango from what you teach and what TD has is different.

  8. Thanks for the sensible critique. Me and my neighbor were just preparing to do some research on this. We got a grab a book from our area library but I think I learned more from this post. I’m very glad to see such great info being shared freely out there.

  9. Tom, I just invested in your Alpha 9 system. All of this is pretty new to me. The Cannabis options trading seems to be the same options trading just on different options companies. I am very curious as to why isn’t this part of Alpha 9?
    Thanks

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