Robinhood users are wishing they could trade this cannabis stock. But by the time they can, the biggest gains will be taken…

I may sound like a broken record when I talk about using a trading platform outside of Robinhood to buy cannabis stocks, but it’s for a good reason.

Robinhood does not allow you to buy over-the-counter (OTC) cannabis stocks – some of the best you can buy right now, like Curaleaf Holdings Inc. (OTC: CURLF).

I’ll have more on why Curaleaf is the best and what’s ahead for the company in just a moment, but I need this next point to really sink in.

There’s going to be an event that will happen in the next eight months, whether it’s the passing of the SAFE Banking Act or more overarching federal cannabis reform, that allows cannabis stocks to “jump” from the OTC to the Nasdaq.

That’s when Big Money players will not only start buying up cannabis stocks, but Robinhood will finally allow its 13 million users to buy CURLF, creating a feeding frenzy that could send prices through the roof.

That’s why I keep saying that you need another brokerage account so that you can own OTC cannabis stocks before they start trading on the Nasdaq.

And this isn’t something you can drag your feet on – because Robinhood just made a subtle but noteworthy move.

It added Curaleaf to its watchlist of cannabis stocks, which previously only consisted of Canadian companies trading on the Nasdaq or New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and pharmaceutical companies with loose ties to marijuana.

You still can’t buy CURLF stock on Robinhood, but it’s a hugely telling sign. Robinhood added a stock to the watchlist that its users wish they could trade, and it’s a stock that soon could trade on its platform.

So I don’t want you to wait to find a brokerage service that will let you own shares of CURLF now.

Because there is so much good news ahead for Curaleaf shareholders – and plenty of opportunity for you to get in now while all of its growth is still ahead…

The First Household Name in Cannabis

Curaleaf wants to reach the 93% to 95% of United States households that don’t currently consume marijuana. To do that, the company will eventually become just a processor and manufacturer of cannabis products focused on branding so that it can stand out from the crowd.

“We’re making the products much more mainstream for our customer base – we’ll be no different than Coca-Cola or Frito-Lay,” Chairman Boris Johnson said in an interview with Forbes.

The company already has operations in 23 states with a total of 101 dispensaries, which is a great head start toward becoming America’s favorite cannabis brand.

However, Curaleaf has global ambitions. It wants to become a household name in cannabis around the world.

That’s why it bought the largest vertically integrated cannabis company in Europe EMMAC Life Sciences Limited – for $286 million. Europe was only a $359 million legal cannabis market in 2020, but Curaleaf CEO Joseph Bayern believes that it could eventually be a market worth $120 billion.

Tesla shareholders have experienced a roller coaster ride over the last decade, but those who stayed on during the highs and lows were rewarded by becoming rich. That same story can play out for you as a cannabis investor

Now, I know cannabis stocks have either traded flat or are taking a bit of a dip lately.

But looking at what’s ahead for the company, plus CURLF stock uplisting to the Nasdaq and getting access to millions of new buyers ready to buy the stock, any dips will represent buying opportunities for you.

NICI Membership subscribers had the chance to get in early on Curaleaf and are now looking at triple-digit gains, thanks to our real-time profit alerts and trade recommendations – and based on Executive Director Don Yocham‘s new price target for CURLF, which you can check out right here, that’s just the beginning.

So don’t wait around and miss this chance to maximize your returns on Curaleaf and the rest of the top-performing stocks in our model portfolio.

Because you may never be able to own these stocks at these prices ever again.

You’re free to click here to learn how you can join today.

And if you haven’t yet opened a brokerage account, or are only using Robinhood, I want to help you get started with that, too.

It’s very easy, and it can take as little as 20 minutes to set up.

These are not recommendations, but many National Institute for Cannabis Investors members have reported that they are currently using these brokerage services to buy and sell cannabis stocks:

For investors outside of the U.S., you can look into Interactive Brokers, and Charles Schwab can work with investors from many different countries – from Germany to the United Kingdom – to set up an account.

We also have a step-by-step guide to setting up a brokerage account that you can access right here.

To your investing success,

Danny Brody
Partner, RADD Capital


Comments

6 responses to “When 13 Million Robinhood Users Flood Into Cannabis Stocks, It Will Be Too Late for You”

  1. Charles Schwab has a great brokerage account system for cannabis as well as other stocks. The trades cost nothing, and their online banking is best I know of. Trading in cannabis is made easy on mobile Schwab. Remember the market goes up and down often.Best time to buy is when stocks are down. Buy low-sell high. American cannabis MSO’s like Jush and curleaf and Cresco and Gtbif are money makers.

  2. I am a proud Canadian living in southern Alberta and I agree with everything you mentioned in this article. I have been buying up great stocks like Curaleaf and Truelieve for a while now, and I can’t wait for federal legalization to happen in the states and everywhere.

  3. Also see HITIF otc; and HITI T.S.E. fantastic buy.
    will be on Nasdad by the end of the month.
    Thanks for the article CUIRLF.

  4. Vanguard is even better and has very low fees. I also use Schwab because I like their research part of their platform. HOWEVER, Schwab has sometimes been weird about trading quickly when you don’t have your OTC trade completed i.e. don’t have the money from your previous sold shares before buying new OTC shares of a different company.

    Vanguard let you make the trade without a problem but gives you a robot warning about selling shares you have purchased with funds you have not received yet. These funds take two business days to close in most cases. The warnings is that : ” if you buy shares with money you do not have yet, then try to sell them before closure (i.e. less than the 2 days) then a trading restriction may be placed on your account by the SEEC” or something like that. Just make sure you don’t sell something you bought with no money for at least 2 business days.

  5. Very interesting observation,I,ll try to see if I can get some Curalef or trulieve.I need to get on the bandwagon too. Thanks friend.
    Cynthia

  6. Hi Danny Great comments from you . We really appreciate your suggestions and advices . I’m follow all your guidances Now, Can you or Don ,comment something about The Parent Company (OTC; GRAMF) and its upside potential ? Thank you

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