With Florida being one of the biggest medical cannabis markets in the world, I want to see things firsthand…
I’m headed to Miami this week and will be there through most of next week attending a couple of important conferences.
The first will be the Angels + Entrepreneurs Retreat, which my friend Neil Patel is hosting.
In one of the sessions, I’ll be talking to attendees about the private deal market for cannabis startups. They aren’t as familiar with the cannabis market as you, so I’ll have to spend a bit of time spelling out what makes investing in cannabis stocks such an incredible opportunity.
I also want to cover what I look for in cannabis stocks, as well as what I don’t like to see. That gives investors a sense of what makes the deal recommendations I have coming down the pipeline for the Cannabis Venture Syndicate so special.
I’m also hosting a panel discussion exploring robotics, autonomous vehicles, and engine technology. I’ll be joined by founders from cutting-edge startups, and I can’t wait to get my geek on.
There’s also a pitch competition for a host of startups. Each company will get just a few minutes to make its case, and Neil and I will have some fun judging which is the best.
I’m thrilled about what Neil has put together.
Welcome to Miami
After kicking around the resort on Sunday, I’ll stroll next door to attend the Benzinga Cannabis Capital Conference.
I went last year and it was very well attended. By the looks of it, this year’s conference looks even better.
Some of the top names in cannabis will be there, like Kim Rivers from Trulieve Cannabis Corp. (OTC: TCNNF) and the legendary Bruce Linton.
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Other noteworthy executives include Beth Stavola from iAnthus Capital Holdings Inc. (OTC: ITHUF), Charlie Bachtell from Cresco Labs Inc. (OTC: CRLBF), and Jim Cacioppo with Jushi Holdings Inc. (OTC: JUSHF).
As a matter of fact, I recently sat down with Jim to talk to him about his company and how it’s approaching profits in the cannabis market in our Virtual Pitch Deck.
I’ll share how to access that link tomorrow, so keep an eye out in the next Cannabis Profits Daily.
I also expect to meet the founders of several promising private cannabis startups.
It’s something I’ve done dozens of times as the Head of Private Cannabis Ventures for the National Institute for Cannabis Investors – and I’ll be putting that experience to work in Miami to find you only the most lucrative private investment opportunities.
Who knows, some of the most impressive startups might even find their way into our Cannabis Venture Syndicate pipeline.
I invite you to learn how to join our pipeline of deals through the Cannabis Venture Syndicate here.
Because remember – the biggest returns can come from this kind of early-stage investing. Especially in this industry.
Don Yocham, CFA
Executive Director, National Institute for Cannabis Investors
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February 19 2020