Get a look at this week’s top cannabis headlines, including a special report on 2020’s hottest M&A deals…

The top 50 cannabis stocks by market cap are up over 100% on average over the last couple of months. Cannabis’s shining moment is upon us, and you are in an incredibly exciting – and lucrative – position.

As Executive Director Don Yocham says, “fortunes are made during times like this.”

And that was the major theme throughout this week’s top stories – a $2 billion “cannabis jackpot” in Las Vegas, promising signs that full legalization is upon us, two steps to starting your own multimillion-dollar cannabis business, and a brand-new guide to this year’s most profitable trend.

Top Stories in Cannabis Profits Daily

  • When you think of the Las Vegas Strip, all the Sin City staples come to mind: casinos teeming with tourists, lavish resort hotels, splashy billboards, and extravagant buffets. Now, you’ll be able to add a state-of-the-art mega-dispensary to that list. That’s right. You have an incredible opportunity to own a piece of what could soon be the #1 spot for legal cannabis sales on the planet. This company is already Vegas’s favorite pot brand and Don is giving you all the details right here.
  • Prohibition was in full swing in 1929 when the Great Depression hit the United States. Today, we’re facing federal cannabis prohibition alongside a massive COVID-19 economic slowdown. In both instances, prohibition prevented billions of dollars in tax revenue and millions of jobs from flowing back into the economy. Take a deeper look at what the history of prohibition can teach us about cannabis legalization today – and how you could stand to profit in this compelling story.
  • As the co-founder of a chain of dispensaries in Oregon, Charlie Delvalle knows a thing or two about starting a cannabis business. This week, he wrapped up his three-part cannabis entrepreneurship 101 series with perhaps the most important installation of all – how to navigate the complex rules and regulations of the cannabis industry. Remember that understanding the fundamentals of starting a cannabis business gives you a significant leg up on other retail investors. Finish out this series strong with these last critical steps.

We predicted that mergers and acquisitions (M&As) would be fast and furious in 2020, and the cannabis industry has so far delivered with no signs of slowing down.

We’re calling this trend toward consolidation “Phase 2” of the cannabis industry.

And because these deals could result in massive windfalls for shareholders, we put together a free guide to help you better understand the profit opportunities in front of you.

Here’s everything you need to know to capitalize on M&As…

Mergers, Acquisitions, and Massive Profit Opportunities in Cannabis

Instead of building from scratch, the best cannabis companies can grow even faster by acquiring well-known brands and impressive facilities through acquisition offers.

In this free report, you’ll get a look at some of the biggest deals to happen so far in 2020, the ins and outs of M&As, and you’ll learn how to identify the best deals so that you can pinpoint the best companies to own.

Access the free “Welcome to Phase 2” report here.

Take care,


4 responses to “The Cannabis Industry Is Firing on All Cylinders”

    • Hi Melisha,

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

      These are some of the brokerages our members use and their customer service numbers are included to help you get started:
      eTrade 1 (800) 387-2331
      Fidelity – 1 (800) 343-3548
      TDAmeritrade – 1 (800) 669-3900

      Once your account is open and you have money in it, you can start buying cannabis stocks.

      We do not buy or sell stocks for our members, but the customer service reps at the brokerage services will be more than willing to help you purchase stocks once you open an account.

  1. Newbie all round, to buy shares direct without paying membership fee for a broker.. How do I go about it.. Is there anyone that can assist me with this process please..

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