The NICI community had five big questions about cannabis investing, and I have answers for you right here…
This week, I’m starting a brand-new series called Office Hours.
It’s where I take five of the most urgent cannabis investing questions from our National Institute for Cannabis Investors (NICI) members and give you answers that I feel our entire community will benefit from.
To kick off the series this week, the top five questions you’ll get answers to today are:
If cannabis companies are selling record amounts of cannabis, why isn’t that being reflected in stock prices?
Do you think the trial of the husband of Kim Rivers has weighed on the Trulieve Cannabis Corp. (OTC: TCNNF) stock price?
Do you have any advice on how to stay optimistic when cannabis stock prices are down in the short term?
Is Amazon‘s support of the MORE Act putting pressure on our elected officials to legalize cannabis?
I’m going to keep hosting these Office Hours sessions, so if you have a pressing cannabis investing question you’d like to see answered, please post it in the comment section below!
Or, you can always email us at email@example.com.
In Case You Missed It
Earlier today, NICI Membership subscribers received an all-new comprehensive dossier on a “Big Four” multistate operator (MSO) whose stock price could nearly double over the next 12 months. (Current subscribers can access that dossier here.)
If you’re not yet a member, you’re free to click here to learn how you can access that dossier and more cannabis investing resources – including 24 trade recommendations per year, urgent industry updates, expert analyst reports, and real-time profit alerts for just 10 cents a day.
To your investing success,
Executive Director, National Institute for Cannabis Investors
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September 01 2021