From Canopy Growth to Curaleaf, let’s talk cannabis stocks: the good, the bad, and the ugly…

Successful investing requires courage of your convictions – and based on the flurry of responses we got from last week’s Call for Questions, that’s something our National Institute for Cannabis Investors (NICI) readers have in spades.

You had the foresight to know that cannabis’s legal status would change.

You could see – before anyone else – that state-by-state recreational use would expand the United States cannabis market massively, regardless of the federal government’s continued prohibition.

And you know nothing can hold back the cannabis boom.

You sent in so many great questions that deserve answers, and over the coming weeks, we’ll cover as many as we possibly can – starting today.

To kick things off, we’re talking cannabis stocks: the good, the bad, and the ugly.

From Canopy Growth Corp. (NYSE: CGC) to Innovative Industrial Properties Inc. (NYSE: IIPR) to Curaleaf Holdings Inc. (OTC: CURLF), I’m answering your most pressing questions about which stocks you should drop immediately, the number one stock that should be in every investor’s portfolio, and more.

Let’s jump right in…

Now, as I mentioned in the video, I’ll have a Deep Dive report on Columbia Care Inc. (OTC: CCHWF) available soon for our NICI Membership subscribers. If you’d like to learn how you can join and gain access to that video report, dozens of others, and the full model portfolio of cannabis stock recommendations and trade alerts, click here.

The same goes for that conversation with Ayr Wellness Inc. (OTC: AYRWF) CEO Jonathan Sandelman, which will be hitting the inboxes of NICI Membership and Cannabis Inner Circle subscribers in the coming weeks.

And don’t worry if you didn’t get your question answered, because I’ll be covering additional topics all summer.

Thanks again for being a part of our community here at NICI!

Take care,

Don Yocham
Executive Director, National Institute for Cannabis Investors


7 responses to “Cannabis Investing Q&A Part One: The Stocks That Should Be in Every Portfolio (And Which to Stay Away From)”

  1. Don:

    Thanks for doing this. It’s definitely interesting, but even more informative and motivating.

  2. I am a member but how do I access your website to read and be informed of the latest news. I keep trying to open your website but cannot find a way to log in.

  3. NICI recommends US MSOS as best cannabis investments including Trulieve and Curaleaf. However, Trulieve and Curaleaf company profiles list both as Canadian-based companies. Can you explain what this means and how it affects investment? Thanks Don Bill Cunningham

    • Hi Bill,

      Thanks for the question.

      The biggest opportunities are with companies that sell cannabis in the United States. So as long as the company is selling cannabis in the United States, the biggest thing to focus on is that they have operations throughout the U.S. and not where the company is based. If the company is Canadian and has listed on the NYSE or Nasdaq, they currently can’t sell cannabis in the United States, so that limits their upside.

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