I’m answering 10 of your most important cannabis investing questions…

When Colorado and Washington made history as the first states to legalize cannabis in 2012, only 50% of American voters supported cannabis legalization.

Nobody could’ve predicted how fast legalization was going to sweep the United States after that – or how drastically public opinion would swing in its favor.

Today, just eight years later, 90% of Americans have access to some form of legal cannabis.

Even Idaho, South Dakota, and Nebraska – three of the biggest holdouts until now – are gearing up to vote on cannabis legalization measures this November.

When you have such a young industry expanding at such a rapid pace, challenges are bound to arise; add in the fact that cannabis is still illegal at the federal level, and you’ll find that cannabis is a completely unique market unlike any we’ve ever seen before.

These challenges are being met by innovations. Those innovations are creating new opportunities. And these overflowing opportunities are generating questions. Lots of them.

You stand at the forefront of the single biggest market to emerge in decades and you want to know how you can make the most of it.

I hear you.

And I’m excited to answer 10 of your most pressing questions so you can take full advantage of the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity in front of you…

Your Can’t-Miss Cannabis Investing Q&A Session

To show you how you can take advantage of the unprecedented opportunity cannabis presents, I was featured on a live webinar and Q&A session with Republic, a platform to invest in startups. During just the first 18 minutes, we had over 150 questions submitted!

[DON’T MISS YOUR CHANCE] To find out how you could lock in a ground floor opportunity in what’s shaping up to be the biggest market to emerge in decades, go here now.

Starting at the 18:12 minute mark of the video replay below, I kick off an epic Q&A session where I tackle 10 of your most pressing cannabis investing questions.

And while every single minute is packed with valuable information, I did want to show you where you can find a few of the best highlights:

  • 18:12 – Find out the three things you should always look for before making a cannabis investment and then stick around for three of the biggest red flags you should avoid.
  • 28:41 – With hundreds of cannabis startups out there asking for your money, learn how to identify the ones that can give you the highest returns.
  • 30:50 – Every day, I see how fired up you are about federal legalization from the comments on our articles. Check out my take on when you can expect it.
  • 36:39 – Lab-grown cannabis is going to completely disrupt this industry, so I’m breaking down exactly what that means for your investments.

Get all those answers and more right here:

I had a lot of fun putting together this presentation, but I had even more fun answering your questions directly.

If you didn’t get your question answered today, I’d love to give you an answer. Just make sure you post your questions in the comments section of this article (below) so I can get you the answers you’re looking for!

Take care,

Don Yocham, CFA
Executive Director, National Institute for Cannabis Investors


7 responses to “10 Critical Cannabis Investing Questions Answered”

  1. Please keep me on you site for new information.. I’m interested…. thank you. Judy Ravenscroft

  2. All of a sudden seems like You can’t make any real money on cannabis stocks . It seems really unstable .

  3. I understand that approximately 70% of the CBD labels are not showing the true level of ingredients and some even have toxic chemicals included. How would one weed out the fraudsters from the honest companies that supply quality and pure products? Inferior products are not what investors and consumers want. Will laws be put into effect that labels must be correct? What impact, if any, will this have on honest companies? And as the market gets stronger, bigger, will product prices go down or up. Medical is pretty expensive right now and the price is holding consumers back. Especially Baby Boomer, seniors on a fixed income. Thank you

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