This rally is just the start…

Don’t tell the fear mongers on Wall Street or in Washington D.C., but there’s an incredible rally afoot.

No, I’m not talking about the performance of stocks in the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Nor am I referring to the S&P 500. Although, over the last couple of months, these two broad measures of stock market performance are both up around 35%.

I’m also not talking about thinly traded penny stocks that rallied from $0.02 to $0.06 for a 300% return on very little volume.

These performances aren’t bad, but they pale in comparison to what I’m seeing.

The sector I’m looking at comprises real companies growing revenues at over 100% per year despite a near-total shutdown in the economy.

With the stocks of these companies doubling on average, this isn’t your typical defensive sector – unless defense means scoring all the points.

So, don’t settle for the modest returns of the broader equity market when the top stocks in this sector offer so much more…

The Cannabis Rally

The sector is cannabis, of course.

Based on the performance of our proprietary NICI 50 index, the top 50 cannabis companies by market capitalization have returned 151% since stock market lows were put in on March 18. That’s over four times what you could have made with something that tracks the Dow or S&P 500.

And it’s no surprise given the continued surge in cannabis sales.

A couple of weeks ago, I told you how Tilray Inc. (Nasdaq: TLRY), a Canadian licensed producer (LP), had rallied 231% from its lows. Well, it didn’t stop there.

It’s now up over 240%.

GrowGeneration Corp. (Nasdaq: GRWG) is up over 140% while Aphria Inc. (NYSE: APHA) – one of the more profitable Canadian firms – has seen its stock more than double to $4.45.

But the remarkable returns for these, and many other cannabis stocks we’ve witnessed over the last two months, is just the start of the incredible profits to be made by owning the top performers in this fast-growing sector.

By the end of the year, I fully expect the stocks of the best-run companies to surge another 5X or even 10X higher than they are right now.

So, for those of you still on the sidelines, you haven’t missed a thing – but you could if you don’t act soon.

To help you get started, I’ve assembled the Cannabis Moonshot Portfolio.

These are the companies not only posting incredible sales growth, but the ones that are led by high-quality management teams that have a proven ability to continually boost shareholder value.

The Moonshot Members

At the top of the list is a company that dominates the market of a medical-only state. It’s so well run that 76% of every dollar it earns yields value-added profit for shareholders.

Another leading grower with decades of experience operating mega-scale greenhouses can cultivate cannabis so efficiently that every $1 of cannabis sold only costs them $0.25.

And yet another company with the biggest lead in cannabis biotech has boosted sales of its leading product 3,276% over the last year, with another doubling expected over the next 12 months. The billions of dollars in value-added profits in store for this company will send its stock price to the moon.

All told, my Cannabis Moonshot Portfolio has 10 cannabis stocks that you need to consider owning right now – and many can still be had for under $10 a share.

But not for long.

Learn how to put yourself on the path to life-changing wealth with my Cannabis Moonshot Portfolio right here.

Take care,

Don Yocham, CFA

Executive Director, National Institute for Cannabis Investors


Comments

17 responses to “10 Stocks Under $10 to Put You on the Path to Life-Changing Wealth”

  1. Im interested in putting some money into the market, not sure exactly how to get started please email me more info, thank you.

  2. I would like to invest
    What’s next .. can you tell me WHY now is the best time to get involved please .. just for al basic understanding
    Michael

    • Hi Freddie,

      The first step is to open a brokerage account. The National Institute for Cannabis Investors does not buy or sell stocks for our members, but setting up a brokerage account can take as little as 20 minutes.

      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 you have a brokerage account set up and have funded it, you can start searching for stocks by company name or ticker symbol.

    • Hi Jeffrey,

      The first step is to open a brokerage account. The National Institute for Cannabis Investors does not buy or sell stocks for our members, but setting up a brokerage account can take as little as 20 minutes.

      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 you have a brokerage account set up and have funded it, you can start searching for stocks by company name or ticker symbol.

  3. I opened the brokerage account but I still need to fund it and I don’t know how. I want to invest in stocks that are under $10.00 what should I do next?

    • Hi Maritane,

      There should be an option in your brokerage to connect your bank account. Once your bank account is connected, you will be able to fund your brokerage account.

      From there, once you have confirmation your account has been funded, you can search for cannabis companies by the name of the company or the stock ticker.

    • Maritane Joseph I suggest that you open a separate account with your bank from your normal account. Then you can transfer funds to it and only use it for your investments.

  4. This is a very good proposal and I intend to be involved.After getting detailed information I hope to say Yes

  5. Thanks for the information. I opened an account with one of the banks above. I have brought a few stocks but don’t know when to pull out. Can you help me?
    I also don’t know what a ticker symbol is vs. ticket symbol

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