This market is just getting started…
If a person is called mature, it’s a compliment – a sign that they think before they act, have humility, and don’t need the acceptance or approval of others for self-esteem.
But when it comes to an investment opportunity, if it’s called mature, that’s just a polite way of saying it’s as old and boring as dirt.
Revenue is growing at a snail’s pace…if at all.
There are no new customers to reach.
And the only way to show any increase in sales going forward is through spending billions of dollars on innovation or consolidation.
Like in the soda or airline industries.
Since the first soda machine was patented in 1819, there’s only so much innovation that could’ve happened over the last 200 years when 90% of the drink is carbonated water.
It’s the same with the airline industry since the world’s first commercial flight in 1914. You can change the size of the seats, offer lower fares, or create a gimmick like Hooters Air, but there’s not much room for innovation.
So, when I see references to the hypergrowth opportunities I bring to you as mature, I get worried for everyone who doesn’t have me in their corner.
Because it gives them the impression that the days to make money are slowing down…
Even though that’s the farthest thing from the truth for what we can refer to as the Hypergrowth X market.
Because, over the last five years, while the global airline industry has increased sales by a modest 16% and Coca-Cola sales have actually dropped that same amount, sales in this other “mature” sector have done nothing but soar 76%.
And guess what – 2021 is going to be another record-breaking year for you to cash in on…
Not Being Mature Is a Good Thing in This Instance
Because Colorado was one of the first states to sell cannabis in 2014, it’s often referred to as a “mature” market.
But here’s the thing…
It’s just in its infancy.
From 2014 to 2019, Colorado cannabis sales have climbed 76%.
So, calling Colorado or any other state mature is just wrong.
There’s still plenty of money to be made, which is why Curaleaf Holdings Inc. (OTC: CURLF) – one of the best cannabis investments to make in 2021 – bought Colorado-based BlueKudu at the end of July.
BlueKudu produces premium cannabis edibles, and it has sold over one million chocolate bars.
“Our acquisition of BlueKudu expands Curaleaf’s cannabis offerings in the key Colorado market, the second-largest cannabis market in the United States. By fusing BlueKudu’s manufacturing capabilities and statewide dispensary relationships with Curaleaf’s Select portfolio of adult-use cannabis offerings, we will expand consumer choice in Colorado,” CEO Joseph Lusardi said in a statement.
The biggest cannabis company in the world by revenue wouldn’t make acquisitions in states where sales are slowing down.
Curaleaf bought BlueKudu because sales are speeding up.
And as those sales continue to accelerate, and more states go recreational, you’re going to see your own moneymaking opportunities accelerating with them.
You’ll start seeing those next top players emerge in even younger states like Michigan, where recreational sales hit nearly $440 million in their first year.
Startups like Gage Cannabis Company, which commands 12% of Michigan’s up-and-coming market with just 1% of the state’s dispensaries, will start minting millionaires with their early investors.
Industry titans like Bruce Linton – who grew Canopy Growth Corp. (NYSE: CGC) over 75,000% in six years and plans to do the same with Gage – will help create the next big cash cows.
And if you become an early investor, you can reap the rewards.
Just like you can with Gage, should you take advantage of this ground floor opportunity today.
Partner, RADD Capital
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December 22 2020