There was no shortage of breaking news in the cannabis space in 2018. Over the past year, Michigan became the first state in the American Midwest to repeal prohibition. Thanks to the 2018 Farm Bill, Congress finally legalized hemp and CBD.
Canada is getting ready to add to the list of products cannabis companies can legally produce and sell in the country. All of these will be good for publicly traded cannabis companies doing business there and investors like you and me. And it's happening more quickly than its full legalization rollout earlier in 2018.
The biggest winners, hands down, in the Canadian cannabis supply shortage are all of the smaller, later-to-market producers. It buys them time to get to market, and it will take longer for the first wave of suppliers who are already in stores to build up the brand loyalty they were counting on.
The last month of action in Canadian cannabis stocks has many investors wondering: "Have I missed the boat?" With the sort of life-changing gains we've seen in the cannabis space in 2018, it's natural to ask if the boat has sailed, at least for the foreseeable future. The good news is, the biggest wave in cannabis stock gains hasn't shown up yet (not even in Canada). And today, we're going to show you how to claim your fair share of the profits.