This is how you unlock the power of the NICI 50…

Each week, Executive Director Don Yocham likes to answer your questions. This time around, he wanted to discuss our proprietary indices because he knows a lot of our members are excited to learn more about them.

Through our website, you have free access to exclusive tools that you can utilize to keep track of the biggest movers and shakers in the cannabis industry – the NICI 50, US Cannabis, and NICI Wellness indices.

These give you an all-encompassing glimpse into how the industry is performing at any point in time. You can even compare past performances against recent results to determine the best entry point in an investment.

At a basic level, you can interpret the movement of the index just like you would a normal stock. An increase from the previous day’s close would put the corresponding percentage in green (gain), and a decrease results in red (loss).

And we know our members want to know more about how to utilize these tools.

Executive Director Don Yocham is going to walk you through exactly how you can access the stocks that are in each index right now…

How to View the Companies in the NICI 50

In the video below, Don is going to give you a step-by-step demonstration on how to check the NICI 50 to see the companies in the index.

For easy access, we would recommend book marking these three pages:

Underneath the chart on the page, you will be able to view all of the companies.

Now, here is Don with an even more in-depth look at how to add the NICI 50, US Cannabis, and NICI Wellness resources to your investing tool belt!

But these free tools are just the tip of the iceberg. If you’re ready to take your cannabis investing to the next level, you need to see the type of detailed, rigorously scrutinized information our analysts have put together on over 200 cannabis companies.

Some big investors would pay up to $4,000 for the research our experts have compiled – but it won’t cost you anything close to that for lifetime access to our NICILytics database.

Give it a shot – find out how you can gain full access to the wealth potential inside the NICILytics database today.

P.S. For our next Q&A session, send Don questions in the comment section below and he will address as many as he can in his next report!


9 responses to “Tracking Cannabis Stocks Has Never Been Easier”

  1. Don,

    I keep seeing promotions for an Israeli company (Isracann Biosciences (ISCNF)). The ad says this company is the next big mover In Europe. Do you think there is any merit to the claims?

  2. I have another question. I came across a company that is big into CBG in addition to CBD and the name of the company is Hemptown USA. Hemptown USA is still private. Last year I believe, they had a Series A funding round where they raised about 25 million. They were very proud of this and in fact they said that they would like to continue to open up their funding rounds to everyday people who invest as much as possible so that they have strength in numbers instead of just a few institutional investors who control most of the shares. I was very disappointed that I missed the initial funding round to say the least. Finally to my question. I know that New Cannabis Ventures puts out a lot of information about cannabis IPO’s but they actually miss a lot of the private companies. So my question is, is there a good source that we can use that announces when cannabis and CBD companies are having Series A funding rounds? I’m looking for an everyday source.

  3. I would very much appreciate your thoughts on Neptune Wellness and why their stock dropped after they reported earnings that BEAT analysts’ estimates.

  4. Cannabis is legal in Canada which means it is legal for Canadian Cannabis Companies to do business with Canadian banks. So since that is the case then why are so many Canadian Cannabis Companies finding it so difficult to stay afloat financially? In other words why are a lot of them going broke when it is legal for them to get loans from banks? And this also begs the question, when American banks are finally allowed to officially do business with cannabis companies in the U.S. are we still going to see the cash crunch that is happening right now. And if so, then what is the big deal concerning U.S. banks being allowed to do business with U.S. cannabis companies if the banks are not going to be able to help these companies avoid going broke?

    • Hi Sammy,

      To start out, you will need to open a brokerage account.

      These are all brokerage companies our members use, and their respective customer service departments will be more than willing to help walk you through creating an account:
      eTrade 1 (800) 387-2331
      Fidelity – 1 (800) 343-3548
      TDAmeritrade – 1 (800) 669-3900

      After that, you will need to connect your bank account to your brokerage account to fund it.

      From there, you can start buying cannabis stocks.

      Also, we would suggest looking at our free reports, which have a lot of great information if you are just getting started –

    • Hi Richard,

      Sometimes there is an issue with the cookies if you are using Google Chrome.

      If you clear the cookies or use a different browser, it should open for.

  5. 3/5/2020 I just signed up with your program. How does the coronavirus situation affect the marijuana stock performance? Should I invest now or wait and see the outcome of the virus?


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