Mark your calendar because April 8 is almost here…

During this time of uncertainty, the National Institute for Cannabis Investors is here for you.

We now have a “Coronavirus Coverage” news section that contains our latest reports and updates about our investing strategies during COVID-19.

We also feel that it’s important that you get to hear from Executive Director Don Yocham directly.

In real-time.

So, this Wednesday, April 8 at 2:00 P.M. EST, you’re invited to attend our first-ever NICI Town Hall virtual event.

Here’s how…

Live Q&A at the NICI Town Hall

During this free event, Don will be discussing how the coronavirus has impacted cannabis investments, how to identify the best stocks to buy, our investment strategies during this time, and so much more.

Of course, this live Q&A session is not limited to just questions about the coronavirus.

We’ve received a tremendous number of responses from our recent report on Reg CF investing, asking for more information about investing in cannabis startups.

In the NICI Town Hall this week, it would be a great time to ask:

  • How much money is required to get started?
  • How do I set up an account?
  • How does startup investing differ from buying stocks?

And anything else you’d like to learn more about.

Make sure you have a spot by registering right here today.

We’ll see you on April 8 at 2:00 P.M. EST!

Take care,


8 responses to “The First-Ever Virtual NICI Town Hall”

  1. I have a question if this is right place.
    Please provide the latest on these four companies MPXOF–CBWTF–GTBTF–HEXO

  2. Looking forward to hearing what you have to say. I wanted to invest in cannabis market when it first started. Wife was against it so I didn’t. I was wanting to invest $5,000.00 at the time. That was a big miss for me. I’ve done that twice before in my life. Didn’t invest in a stock I just knew would excell. Missed making millions then and again on the cannabis start-up. The start-up on cannabis would have made me a life that people dream of.

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