You don’t have to wait until November 3 to buy these stocks…

Investment pros and market speculators are out in full force ahead of Election Day, and what they say could happen doesn’t do anything other than create more uncertainty for you.

Which is followed by lackluster degrees of success.

You’re already seeing the results of their “work,” with headlines like:

“Buy Tesla if Joe Biden Wins.”

Or “Buy Raytheon if Donald Trump Is Re-elected.”

But when you stop and think about the fact that you’re hoping they (first) get their election call right and (second) get their stock call correct, you realize this market “intelligence” isn’t worth much more than you going out and flipping a coin.

Don’t fall into that trap.

The fact is that you don’t have to make wild guesses before the election or wait to see who won.

We already know where you need to put your money – in a sector that will generate maximum wealth.

I’m going to show you that sector.

And I’m even going to spotlight two stocks you should buy today – as in, right now…

Two Clear Winners Before and After November 3

When it comes to publicly traded companies, you’ll make the most money by investing in United States firms that directly sell cannabis throughout multiple states. You know these as multistate operators (MSOs).

That’s because, in North America in 2018, we saw $86 billion in cannabis sales. Only $10.8 billion of that was spent on legal products.

So, there is massive demand – and with that, profits to be made – when illicit sales start turning into legal sales.

We know people are willing to pay for safe, regulated products. Just look at the lines around the block in Michigan and Illinois when recreational sales started and the record sales numbers each month since then.

With that in mind, the first company you want to own is Curaleaf Holdings Inc. (OTC: CURLF).

With 22 cultivation sites, 95 dispensaries, and a footprint in 23 states, Curaleaf has quietly built itself into the largest cannabis company in the world by sales, with expected annual revenue of roughly $1 billion.

As a comparison, Canopy Growth Corp. (NYSE: CGC), perhaps the most recognized name in cannabis, reported $266.3 million in annual revenue in 2019.

[BUY THIS, NOT THAT] Curaleaf and Canopy are two of the biggest names in cannabis today – but only one of these stocks (CURLF) is a “buy.” Being able to recognize the difference is the most powerful tool you have for potentially making money in today’s market. Which is why Chief Investment Strategist Shah Gilani is running you through 50+ “buy this, not that” stock picks in this unscripted rapid-fire event.

Curaleaf got to where it is today because it owns dispensaries in highly populated states where a limited number of companies can sell cannabis.

It also operates dispensaries in medical-only states that could soon turn recreational, such as Arizona, New Jersey, and New York. By having operations already set up in these markets, Curaleaf will have a big advantage once they do vote “yes.” For Arizona and New Jersey, that could happen as soon as next week!

And CEO Joseph Lusardi has done an incredible job since taking over in 2015, helping the company grow from a single location to 95 storefronts nationwide.

After listening to my video interview with him, you’ll understand why Curaleaf will continue to be one of the best stocks to own with Joseph at the helm.

The second stock to own ahead of the election is Jushi Holdings Inc. (OTC: JUSHF).

You’ve gotten to know Jushi very well over the past several weeks, and I even went to Santa Barbara, California, to talk to the executive team about the grand opening of its new store.

With a great brand, a strategic focus on what markets to enter, and a management team that’s all in on the company – the founders invested $45 million of their own money to get it started – Jushi promises to bring you big returns.

In addition to the great story behind this company, my friend and colleague, technical trading expert and Advisory Board member D.R. Barton, Jr., just analyzed the movement of Jushi’s stock price.

If you haven’t bought shares or are on the fence about buying more, D.R. reveals three things he found when looking at the Jushi stock price that you need to see today.

Take care,

Don Yocham
Executive Director, National Institute for Cannabis Investors


12 responses to “No Matter Who Wins on November 3, These Are the 2 Cannabis Stocks to Own”

  1. Hi Don, I own shares in 10 stocks that are in the NICI portfolio and proud to be a lifetime member. I am proud to say I have made $3,000.00 in profits in 9 months in the cannabis space. I want to thank NICI for all you do.

  2. Hi Don,
    I am a lifetime member as i thought it was a good place to start. I also am retired, on fixed income, and don’t have alot to risk but would like to start investing. Any recommendations for a few hundred to get started??

  3. I want to buy penny marijuana stocks just for the sport of it. I have CURLF and LHSIF. I am in my late 80’s and think that buying the stocks just might give me something to think about to be interested in. LaVerne Larsen

  4. I started searching for research in cannabis stocks three years ago. Have put money into the research which has been most helpful. Now I am trying to gain that money back with the stocks in my portfolio. Joining NICI a year ago was the start of my making gains. Best investment money I have invested in since I started my portfolio. It has been slow, but time has paid off. With 20 equities in my portfolio, I now expect to “ride the wave” to more gains” with the help of NICI.

  5. Thanks for everything Don I bought shares in plnhf Jushi Ycbd Cchwf and lookin to build more thank you Nici for all you do!

  6. Hi Don, I wish I had read this last week… got in a bit late on JushF $3.20, but in none the less. I am also very happy with CURLF and PLNHF…
    Thanks Amy

  7. I have been a member for awhile but have not invested. I have only $500 to start but don’t know if that’s enough or where to even start. Where do I go to invest if that’s enough to start?

  8. Don, I like you all, but I wish that You would have a print out to read instead of all the videos. Thanks. Keep up the good work.

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