Amazon is putting its money where its mouth is – behind a fully legal U.S. cannabis industry…
Earlier this week, a single job ad posted by a Fortune 500 company sent Bitcoin surging from $29,000 per coin to more than $39,000. In just one day. All based on an unconfirmed posting for a “digital currency and blockchain product lead.”
That’s the kind of influence one global corporation can hold in a world where money is power.
Especially when that company is Amazon.
As of March 21, if it were a country, Amazon would be the 14th-richest in the world.
It accounts for nearly 50% of e-commerce in the United States and made more money during the first three months of the year than Microsoft, Facebook, Tesla, and Netflix combined – some $837,330 every single minute, according to reporting from CNBC.
So when Amazon wants something, it’s not afraid to flex its muscle – and bankroll – to make it happen.
That’s great news for cannabis investors.
Because in June, Amazon didn’t just declare its support for a fully legal cannabis market – a move that sent more than a few cannabis stocks surging.
It also put its money where its mouth is and officially registered to lobby Congress for cannabis reform.
I hope you’re as excited as I am about what comes next. Because with a powerhouse like Amazon recognizing the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity in cannabis, others are sure to follow. That’s where the money is – and following the money can mean the difference between making a fortune and losing out.
Which is why I want to show you another emerging market where big money is pouring in. It’s a technology being used by major names like Microsoft, Google, Walmart – and yes, you guessed it, Amazon – yet most folks still have no idea what this tech is. That means getting in now while it’s still under the radar puts you well ahead of the curve.
I urge you to go here now to get the details on the five companies leading the charge – and the profits at stake for those who act today.
To your investing success,
Partner, RADD Capital
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July 29 2021