Mark your calendars for Thursday, September 17…

At the National Institute for Cannabis Investors, our name says it all – for cannabis investors.

I’m here to make sure you are getting the most out of the incredible opportunity that lies ahead of you, and I’m excited to announce we are launching our next live Q&A session this Thursday, September 17.

I’ll have a few updates to kick things off, but I really want to open up the floor to you.

Do you want to know more about biosynthesis?

Startup investing?

Legalization efforts?


Let me know.

But before next Thursday, I do have a small favor to ask. Go ahead, get your calendar, and circle September 17.

I’d hate for you to miss out.

After that, click here to learn how to reserve your free spot…


Once again, I’m incredibly excited to connect with you. All the details about how to access our next live Q&A session are below:

Date: Thursday, September 17

Time: 4:00 P.M. EST

Link: Click here to register.

Now, your engagement with these has always been outstanding. But I do realize that you’re not always able to join during the middle of your day.

Work. Kids. Pets.

Life can get in the way.

As we continue to grow and build our like-minded group of cannabis investors around the globe, there’s unfortunately not an ideal time for everyone to join us.

But I have pushed this back to 4:00 P.M., which will hopefully allow more of you to attend.

If you still can’t, don’t worry.

We will have a replay that we will send directly to your inbox during the week of September 21. We will also post the video to NICI TV for you to access at any time.

Looking forward to connecting with you.

Take care,

Don Yocham
Executive Director, National Institute for Cannabis Investors

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3 responses to “The Ultimate Cannabis Investing Q&A Is Going Down This Thursday (Register Here)”

  1. I’m looking forward to deciding which of my cannabis companies I’m invested in, should be sold off or held through the coming large correction/crash.

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