Don’t sit on the sidelines, waiting for Robinhood to let you buy the best cannabis stocks that will make you the most money…

Robinhood does not allow you to buy Trulieve Cannabis Corp. (OTC: TCNNF) because it trades on over-the-counter markets (OTCMKTs).

You’ve been locked out of owning a company that should be in every investor’s portfolio.

If you’re reading this right now, you know why we’re such big fans of Trulieve and CEO Kim Rivers at the National Institute for Cannabis Investors (NICI), so I’m not going to go into detail about why I’m specifically mentioning Trulieve.

But what I do know is that a lot of people downloaded Robinhood because of its ease of use and commission-free trades. And even though you may realize you can’t buy Trulieve on Robinhood, there may be several reasons why you have felt unsure about opening another brokerage account so that you can buy OTC cannabis stocks.

You may not want to have multiple brokerage accounts.

You may have found it difficult to use other services.

You may have previously had a brokerage account that charges fees for trading OTC stocks.

Or maybe you think that it will be fine to just wait until Robinhood lets you buy Trulieve.

No matter the reason, I don’t want you to still be stuck on the sidelines, only being able to buy the restricted amount of cannabis stocks listed on Robinhood.

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So I have some exciting news.

I recently discovered a platform that allows you to buy Trulieve with the ease of Robinhood, and on top of that, you can buy fractional shares, commission-free.

That means, instead of buying a full share of Trulieve for $36, you can pay $5 for a fraction of a share.

If Trulieve is $36 per share, and you buy $5 worth of Trulieve stock, you would own 0.13 shares of Trulieve ($5 investment/$36 per share = 0.13 shares).

Again, you wouldn’t own a full share of Trulieve at $5, but when the Trulieve stock price goes up, so will the value of your fractional shares.

For all the companies that talk about putting the power back into the hands of investors, this is a platform that is doing it. Because buying fractional shares fits into any investing budget.

Let me share the name of the platform and all the details I uncovered in my written interview right here…

Empowering Investors to Build Wealth

Recently, I sat down with the team at Stash, a platform designed to be easy to use, affordable, and accessible to everyone.

Because buying fractional shares of OTC cannabis stocks is so unique, I wanted to dig deeper into what the company has to offer.

The company has a monthly subscription fee, but a beginner plan is just $1 a month, which I’ll share more about in just a minute.

In the following written interview, you will learn more about how Stash got started, its unique features, and how to find cannabis stocks on Stash.

You can access that interview right here.

All the best,

Danny Brody
Partner, RADD Capital


Comments

9 responses to “Forget Robinhood – This Company Puts the Power of Wealth Building Back in Your Hands”

  1. Have never traded stocks before. Would like to know how to get started. I am 71 yrs old. Have always wanted to have stocks. I have been trying to keep up with the cannabis stocks. Can you give me, a way to start. Thank you

  2. I’ve been using Stash for quite some time now and pleased that there are several pot stocks available.

    However, as of this morning Stash wouldn’t except additional funds towards several of the stocks. A message would pop up that due to the stocks volatility I could only sell, not buy! This was in the retirement (Roth) part of my portfolio with Stash.

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