With cannabis, you are in the right industry at the right time…

There’s a good chance that everyone reading this would happily hop in a time machine and buy shares in Amazon or Facebook for a second chance to get in early on those unexpected but remarkably high growth industries. Imagine the wealth you could have built!

Time machines aren’t available yet but consider this: more money is spent on cannabis each year than what hits the top lines of those tech innovators.

So, if you’re reading this, just know that you are in the right industry at the right time.

Because with cannabis, you can start building incredible wealth right now. And this week’s headlines from the National Institute for Cannabis Investors will show you how to do just that.

Top Stories in Cannabis Profits Daily

  • Back when a lot of the tech behemoths of today were just starting out, startup investing was only accessible to the wealthiest and most well-connected investors. Not anymore. The new Regulation Crowdfunding (Reg CF) startup investing stage has made it easier than ever for you to get in early on what could be the Amazon or Facebook of cannabis. And Executive Director Don Yocham has identified an exciting Reg CF investment opportunity that’s just too good to pass up. But it closes in just a few days, so make sure you get all the details right here.
  • Once named the “undisputed hottest [cannabis] variety on the California scene,” Girl Scout Cookies (or “GSC”) has become a legend among cannabis enthusiasts – sitting squarely among OG Kush, Purple Haze, and Sour Diesel in the ranks of the most sought-after cannabis strains in the United States. It’s also the strain that started the iconic Cookies brand, which draws hundreds of customers to line up around the block for its products. So, what is it exactly that makes Cookies so special? Find out why cannabis enthusiasts are crazy about Cookies.
  • There are two ways to make money in cannabis: get as close to the customer as you can with a brand – or innovate. Cookies is a perfect example of a strong, well-executed cannabis brand that’s as close to the end consumer on the cannabis supply chain as it gets. Innovation, on the other hand, is a different story. So, this week, Don is taking you on a walk through the cannabis supply chain to show you where the sweet spots are. See which stops along the way are going to make you the most money.

By market cap, Curaleaf Holdings Inc. (OTC: CURLF) is already one of the largest cannabis companies in the U.S. – and this company has shown no signs of slowing down.

It just got one step closer to finalizing its acquisition of Grassroots, which will solidify Curaleaf’s status as the top cannabis operator in the U.S.

But while the ink dries on that mega-deal, Curaleaf has kept plenty busy with a series of strategic acquisitions – one of which closed just this week…

Curaleaf Bets Big on Denver With Its Latest Acquisition

Back in March, Curaleaf announced its plans to acquire BlueKudu: an edibles company out of Colorado that has sold over one million products to date.

Well, that deal has officially closed, and Curaleaf now owns one of the most well-established edibles brands in one of the largest markets in the U.S.

Get the full story on what this could mean for you.

Take care,


Comments

4 responses to “Startup Investment Opportunities, Today’s Hottest Cannabis Brands, and the Latest M&As”

  1. I just want to say my portfolio jas grown tremendously in this “market”.. Thank you for lighting the path of my early retirement. Ive invested in approx 80% of your recommendation..

  2. I am interested in Constellation, which I believe is in Canada. Is there a plant here in the states that is doing the same or has an interest in this institution? Would like to know what the odds are in this one and how soon to get in plus what the amount is needed to be able to get into this company. Thank you, Sue

    • Hi Sue,

      If it’s Constellation Cannabis you are referencing, it appears to be a newer and fairly small operation located in the United States. There isn’t a lot of information on this company right now, and they don’t appear to be raising money.

      But we will keep an eye on the company’s progress if any major developments unfold.

  3. I’m a new subscriber herein the UK and I’m finding it difficult to buy stocks through UK brokers. Have you previously recommended companies trading on the NYSE?

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