There’s only one reason this investor just bought $1 million worth of Trulieve…
There are plenty of reasons to sell a stock.
You can sell a stock because you made money.
You can sell a stock for tax benefits at the end of the year.
You can sell a stock because the company is not meeting your expectations.
But of all the reasons there are to sell a stock, there’s only one reason someone would buy a stock.
They believe they will make money.
That’s why today, I wanted to share with you that someone just made a $1 million investment in Trulieve Cannabis Corp. (CSE: TRUL). This person could have invested their money in a lot of different places, but they chose Trulieve.
It’s a bullish sign for current shareholders, and it’s a signal that, if you’ve been waiting on the sidelines to buy Trulieve stock, you don’t want to wait much longer.
29,000 More Trulieve Shares Added to Kim Rivers’ Portfolio
On its own, a $1 million investment in a company is noteworthy. But it stands out even more when it’s the leader of the company who made the investment.
CEO Kim Rivers purchased 29,000 shares of TRUL on June 15, which, at the time, was worth over $1 million.
Knowing Trulieve’s operations better than anyone makes it an even more significant investment to note than if it was just from an outside investor.
It’s a signal that Rivers believes Trulieve is undervalued…
Because remember – the only reason to buy a stock is because you believe it will make you more money.
So even though cannabis investing may feel like a roller coaster right now, with its ups and downs, this is yet just one more positive development that shows that it is not the time to get off the ride.
In fact, there’s never been a better time to get started with cannabis investing – and you can have everything you could possibly need to make the biggest potential profits by joining us today.
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To your investing success,
Partner, RADD Capital
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June 23 2021