We’re in your corner for the next round of cannabis profits…

Your tenacity and faith that cannabis investing is truly a once-in-a-lifetime moneymaking opportunity is paying off.

Just before cannabis’s historic win during the 2020 election, when five states passed major cannabis reform measures, I recommended Curaleaf Holdings Inc. (OTC: CURLF) and Jushi Holdings Inc. (OTC: JUSHF) to all our readers as the top cannabis stocks to own in 2021, regardless of the outcome.

Then, when Democrats managed to secure the White House, the U.S. House of Representatives, and the Senate, cannabis stock prices went into overdrive – and they haven’t slowed down since.

CURLF has gone from $8.59 to $16.65 since that recommendation for nearly 100% gains; JUSHF has surged nearly 200%, from $2.52 to $7.47.

If you’re a NICI Membership subscriber, you were even more ahead of the curve. And your positions are now up 134% and 391%, respectively.

You have the inside edge. With the National Institute for Cannabis Investors in your corner, you have the potential to make the most money from cannabis investing – because we’re here to guide you through new opportunities.

Like the one I want to share more details about today…

This new opportunity is tapping into the profit potential of what we call Cannabis Venture Trusts – and Subversive Capital Acquisition Corp. is the perfect example to showcase.

This massive Venture Trust deal will create the largest cannabis company in California.

And after you watch my short video below, I’m going to show you how to take part in Venture Trust investing to make even more money in addition to the top-performing cannabis stocks you already own.

As I mentioned in the video, you are free to learn more here.

Take care,

Don Yocham
Executive Director, National Institute for Cannabis Investors


2 responses to “As Cannabis Stocks Surge, It’s Time to Make Even More Money With Venture Trusts”

  1. Hey Don. Thanks for all the tips. I’m going to get into the Venture Trusts also but I don’t have a lot of money right now due to being laid off due to Covid. My question is, I have the most stocks in Jushi Holding. It has seemed flat lately and lost around 2$ or so. Due you still think it’s the number 1 or 2 stock to own Or has it lost its great position? What do you think. Thanks Randy

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