Don’t let these myths and misconceptions keep you on the sidelines and stop you from getting rich…

Our biggest regrets in life won’t be what we’ve done but what we haven’t done.

Not spending more time with our family and friends…

Not traveling and exploring…

Not following our passions…

Not taking chances…

It’s the same thing with investing.

We won’t regret buying a stock that didn’t work out as much as we’ll regret not buying a stock in the first place.

That’s exactly what MagnifyMoney.com, a personal finance site, uncovered in a survey of the top two investment regrets people have:

  • Not saving for retirement sooner, and…
  • Not purchasing a certain stock earlier.

The latter is the one that will eat away at you.

For decades.

If you had just made that one investment, you could have bought your dream home…or helped your children or grandchildren pay for college…or retired early.

Unfortunately, it’s a regret most people are going to have with cannabis stocks.

They understand that sales climbed from $13 billion in 2019 to $21.5 billion in 2020. They understand that medical marijuana is legal in 34 states, recreational marijuana is legal in 15, and it’s only a matter of time before all marijuana use is legal across the country. They understand that this is an opportunity that won’t come around again.

But the problem is that people are still sitting on the sidelines.

One of the reasons is that the 76% of people investing on their own will be heavily influenced by the opinions of family, friends, coworkers, and the “financial” shows focused more on entertainment than making you rich.

Source: CNBC & Acorns

And many of those opinions, while well intentioned, will be ill-informed.

It could be a husband telling a wife that the time to own cannabis stocks was years ago.

“We should have bought in 2017 or at the start of 2018 before Canada made it legal in the entire country. Now it’s too late.”

Or it could be a coworker sharing how they lost money in the great pot stock wipeout of 2019, thinking they are giving advice that will help.

“I lost 70% of what I invested in pot stocks between 2019 and 2020. Trust me, you don’t want to touch pot stocks with a 10-foot pole. You will lose money just like I did.”

Some people worry about a judgmental friend.

“You’re thinking about buying cannabis stocks? It’s an illegal drug! How can you think about doing that? Do you really want the country to turn into a bunch of lazy stoners?”

Or it could be a TV personality telling you not to buy cannabis stocks because they have outdated opinions and don’t care to learn what’s happening right now.

If you’re listening to those people, you’re going to join most investors who buy stocks when the biggest gains have already been made.

The thing is, at the National Institute for Cannabis Investors, we don’t want you to be like most investors.

So if you’ve ever said before…

“I wish I had invested in Apple early.”

“I wish I had invested in Amazon early.”

“I wish I had invested in Tesla early.”

We’re here – in your corner – to do our best at making sure you never have a regret like that ever again.

And if you’ve ever heard that cannabis stocks are too risky…

Or that you should wait to invest in a clear-cut winner…

Or that because your current brokerage account won’t let you buy cannabis stocks, you can’t buy them at all…

Or that all the money has already been made in cannabis investing…

Or even that cannabis is immoral to invest in…

Over the next several weeks, I’m going to bust each and every single one of those myths and misconceptions, as well as show you the best companies to own right now – starting with the myth that there aren’t any “clear-cut winners” to invest in yet.

Because I have one for you right here…

You’re in the Right Place at the Right Time – Even If Everyone Else Can’t See It

Buying what you know is powerful.

Like realizing Amazon would be more than just a bookseller in 1997 and that it would completely transform consumer habits in the United States.

No longer would people have to drive to malls or shopping centers, find parking spots, hope that a shop had something in stock, and fight through traffic to get back home.

Selling books online in an easy-to-find format could allow Amazon to sell anything.

Those who understood that potential and made a $10,000 investment in Amazon at its $18 IPO price would have had roughly $12 million as of May 2020.

Forget AT&T, T-Mobile, or Verizon. Michael Robinson has identified 20 lesser-known companies that could dwarf the 5G gains we’ve already seen from those giants. Get the details here.

Today, you can see Amazon’s dominance all around you, from Amazon having its own movie division to selling its own clothes to offering cloud-computing services to large businesses. It’s the same for Apple and Netflix.

You can see iPhones everywhere. You can hear friends and family members talk about Stranger Things, a Netflix exclusive.

But with cannabis, not everyone can see that opportunity.

People aren’t pulling grams of marijuana from their pockets to show their friends, and those friends aren’t rushing out to buy Jushi Holdings Inc. (OTC: JUSHF) stock because the company just launched a new strain.

Cannabis is not advertised on TV like a Subway sandwich.

You can’t see people enjoying it out on a patio like you can see people enjoying Starbucks.

But the winners are still there, and we’re here to show you them before everyone else realizes they are winners.

Like Curaleaf Holdings Inc. (OTC: CURLF), which has a plan to become a household name.

It wants to reach the 93% to 95% of U.S. households that don’t currently consume cannabis.

To do that, Curaleaf is focusing on reaching the masses who may not care as much how it is grown but want a specific-use cannabis strain that’s affordable.

“We’re making the products much more mainstream for our customer base – we’ll be no different than Coca-Cola or Frito-Lay.”

In order to do that, Curaleaf will need to have operations across the globe.

Well, in my report on March 23, I shared how it acquired the largest vertically-integrated cannabis company in Europe, a market Curaleaf expects will eventually climb from $286 million in sales to $120 billion.

It’s doing everything it needs to be one of the first global household names in cannabis, which is going to reward those you had the foresight to invest in Curaleaf right now.

There are over a dozen top-performing cannabis stocks in the NICI Membership model portfolio that you can still access today for potentially massive returns in 2021.

But you’ll have to act fast to make the most of these recommendations.

Click here for everything you need to know to get started.

All the best,

 

 

 

Danny Brody
Partner, RADD Capital


Comments

4 responses to “The Biggest Winners in Cannabis Are Forming and the Best Time to Invest Is Now (Don’t Let Anyone Tell You Otherwise)”

  1. Thanks Danny I have curlf* jushf*ayrwf*cchwf*and a few more
    so, whatever you can suggest I am interested.

    ps: I am a life time member of nici.

    Gary Clinesmith

  2. Thanks Danny for this very encouraging article. I am a NICI lifetime member and currently hold 14 positions on the NICI model portfolio. I’m very happy to say I have made $10,500.00 in profits since February 2020. I would sell when I reached a 100% gain, sell half the position and then I would buy back shares on a dip. NICI has taught me so much. I have only been an investor for 14 months. Thank you NICI for all you do.

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