Tune in for part two of NICI’s cannabis market predictions for 2022…

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Before the clock strikes midnight on January 1, you will have received my top 11 predictions for the cannabis market in 2022 that span across four different categories of the industry: cannabis legalization, market movement, cannabis branding, and new products and developments.

Earlier this week, I kicked off this series with my first set of predictions all about legalization efforts in 2022. (Click here if you missed it.)

In today’s episode, I’m shifting gears to focus on cannabis market movement in 2022. I’m predicting some big moves from the top multistate operators (MSOs) in the United States next year, and new cash flow from institutional investors who have a lot of money to bring to the table.

The cannabis industry already has a leading pack of MSOs that dominate most state markets, and the decisions that these companies make next year could mean big things for your cannabis investments.

Here are my second set of 2022 predictions about the major market movements that could impact your pot stocks in the new year…

Remember that you can catch episode one of this new Cannabis Market Predictions for 2022 series right here.

And before I go – have you seen the $2 profit play that I sent to your inbox last week? If not, click here for a sneak peek.

To your investing success,

Danny Brody
Executive Director, National Institute for Cannabis Investors


2 responses to “Cannabis Market Predictions for 2022: Get Ready for Record Cannabis Sales and M&A Activity to Shake up the Industry (Part Two)”

  1. Danny,
    You predicted M&A activity in 2022, I wondered who would benefit most in the transaction, the acquirer or acquisition. For example, would you think it wise to load up on Curaleaf or Jushi with the expectation such an event might happen, in which scenario would you expect your position would benefit most.
    Thank you, really appreciate your insights.

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