Send us your most pressing cannabis investing questions by July 5…

Just halfway through 2021, and the cannabis market is advancing at a record clip. Already, more states have legalized recreational sales this year than at any other time in history.

New Mexico, New York, Virginia, Montana, New Jersey…and now Connecticut, as of last week.

The Fortune 500s of the world are taking note.

Uber Technologies Inc. CEO Dara Khosrowshahi has stated his intent to capitalize on cannabis demand once “the road is clear.”

Amazon blew us all away with its support for a federally legal United States cannabis market.

2021 has been a turning point for this industry, and there’s so much more yet to come.

So as we enter the second half of an already historic year for cannabis, I wanted to check in with all our National Institute for Cannabis Investors (NICI) readers to see what burning questions are on your mind.

We’re here to help you navigate this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, and one of the best ways I can do that is by answering your questions directly.

Tell me what you want to know, and I’ll get you the answers you need to have your most profitable year yet…

Calling All Cannabis Investors – of Any Experience Level

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It doesn’t matter if you’re new to cannabis investing or a seasoned pro. When faced with a truly historic wealth-building opportunity like the emerging U.S. cannabis market presents, I know you want to make the most of it.

So, tell me…

Do you want to know which cannabis companies I project will be the first to up-list to a major exchange?

Do you want to know what federal cannabis reform could look like under the Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement (MORE) Act?

Do you want to know why there is a bigger opportunity to make money with U.S. stocks over Canadian stocks?

Or maybe you simply want to know where to make your first cannabis investment.

Whatever your questions are, please email them to by Monday, July 5, and I’ll answer as many as I can in a special issue of Cannabis Profits Daily next week.

I look forward to hearing from you!

Take care,

Don Yocham
Executive Director, National Institute for Cannabis Investors


13 responses to “Call for Questions: We’re Here to Help You Make the Most of an Already Historic Year for Cannabis Investing (July 5 Deadline)”

    • Currently Robinhood doesn’t trade OTC stocks as most of the model portfolio stocks trade as now, this info is just for consideration.

  1. When a company list on the NYSE will I need to do anything different when buying and selling shares ?

  2. I’m trying to buy curaleaf and trulieve and my broker says the transaction is blocked for some unknown reason. How do I get around it?

  3. I’m having a hard time checking my two stocks that I bought a while back. I don’t remember how to log in to check them. And I also forgot my password cause it’s been awhile since I checked them. Maybe you know of a way that I can automatically log in without having to put my password in everytime thank you for any info you might have

  4. I’m confused about penny Stock on Cannabis or marijuana. Just say a company was at 0.01 and I invest $1000.00 and it comes to 100,000 shares.if I leave it alone for 5 years and just say it reach to $1.00 ,does it mean I made $100,000.00 ? Have a safe 4th of July weekend. 👍🏻😄

  5. I have acquired a few cannabis stocks via NICI and am having issues finding a broker to accept them here in the US.
    Any other way to find a broker.
    thanks, Al

  6. Which of the companies currently in the NICI Cannabis Portfolio are most likely to be listed on the NYSE and vice versa, which of the same are most likely to be listed on the Nasdaq and for what reason?

  7. Gives us the top stocks that you think will be listed on a major stock exchange within this year.

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