Thanks to heavy lobbying from pro-cannabis groups, Thailand is now offering medical marijuana to patients. This is how it will affect you – and your wallet…

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At the end of 2018, Thailand‘s military government approved the use of cannabis for medical purposes.

It was a big step, and things are moving fast.

The country plans to distribute roughly 10,000 bottles of cannabis oil to hospital patients. By 2020, Thailand’s Government Pharmaceutical Organization (GPO) wants to produce between 150,000-200,000 bottles of cannabis oil.

More countries reforming cannabis laws will help push the global market to a projected value of $66 billion by 2025.

However, for cannabis executives who want to buy their way into Asia through Thailand, they’re going to have to wait. For five years, foreign investors are prohibited. To start off, Thailand wants to build up a system without having to rely on money from outside sources.

Now, part of the reason why government officials were willing to legalize medical marijuana is because of the economic boost it could provide. One of Thailand’s main industries is agriculture, which accounted for about 10% of the country’s GDP in 2016.

But there’s a bigger story here.

And I’m going to show you what it means for you and your investments…

You Can’t Ignore the Will of the People

Since 2014, the military junta in Thailand has arrested and detained politicians, banned political gatherings, and has even imposed nationwide curfews.

Right now, everything still has to be approved by King Maha Vajiralongkorn.

But here’s the thing…

Even with all of that going on, this is a country that legalized medical cannabis. Again, the government understands that it can make money from growing the plant.

However, this was a movement spurred by the people of Thailand.

Thanks to heavy lobbying from pro-cannabis groups, a country in a region with one of the harshest drug policies in the world is now providing cannabis to its people. That’s a story to keep in mind for Canada and the United States.

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Cannabis is truly an economic opportunity that is made possible by ordinary men and woman standing up and demanding access to a medical treatment.

When my staff talked with IPO Expert Danny Brody, one of the things he shared was his belief that one of the reasons Justin Trudeau became Prime Minister was because of his pro-marijuana plans.

In the U.S., you can bet that the politicians have watched that closely.

Of course, as we’ve seen in the short term, there are going to be some bumps along the road.

There will also be companies not playing by the rules like CannTrust Holdings (NYSE: CTST), which has put a negative light on the industry. I’ll have a full report about CannTrust later this week.

However, I know many of you say you view cannabis as a long-term investment, and if you really do, think about where we’re headed.

It’s going to completely disrupt the pharmaceutical industry. Cigarette and beer giants are racing to grab a piece of this market before their businesses get left in the dust.

Some of the smartest people out there are pouring their money into cannabis, and the tough and patient traders are going to be rewarded.

Just stick with it, and I’ll be here to navigate you through it all.


Greg Miller

Executive Director, National Institute for Cannabis Investors

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6 responses to “The Big Story Behind Thailand’s Medical Cannabis Legalization”

  1. Morning Greg thank you for that information much appreciated!! That exactly what I am doing Greg sticking with it. Like you say don’t invest no more than you can afford to loose well that’s what I have done. I am all in I have purchased all of your services I can afford to purchase and I have invested all that I can afford to invest. Now I am just waiting to see how long based on whats been happening how long it is going to take for my account to zero out!!!! I hope you have a great day and much success to all of us in the future!!!!

  2. Hi Greg,
    Hope you and all the folks at NICI are well ! Even though my stocks are pretty much all down i am still very much as enthusiastic as i was from the very start. The mistakes I have made along the way have been a learning experience. Some stocks I have purchased along the way are lower than what you suggested however some are higher. Which brings me to my question. From the stocks that I bought at a higher price, can I sell them once the price goes up and then repurchase them once they go down. Since the stock goes up and down so much it would seem as though I could do this. Or is this just pipe dreaming?
    Many thanks and thank you and your team for such a wealth of information in this wild but profitable ride we’re all going on.

    • Of course you can do that, David. There are no rules or laws that say you can’t buy and sell a stock as many times as you want. What you are talking about doing is commonly referred to as “swing trading”. However, if you only sell part of your shares, and then buy again at a lower price, you need to be aware of how to properly calculate your “average cost base” for when it comes time to paying capital gains tax (if this is being done outside of a tax-sheltered account). If you sell all your shares in a given stock each time, then you don’t need to worry about this calculation, however.

  3. Hello, you all. I have no experience to share. BUT, becoming a new member, I am looking towards the future to have my life improve for the better. Send me all the information that I need to learn.

  4. I am a Cannabis trader of 1 1/2 years and have lost more than gained
    I am happy to be new member because I really need help??

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