Three Golden Rules for Investing in Pot Stocks

WARNING: Do not buy a single pot stock until
you’ve read this special report…

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Dear Reader,

Pot prohibition is ending…opening the gates for a market that could soon rival the $200 billion alcohol industry.

That’s good news for investors, because the fortune cascading from cannabis has only just begun…

  • Canada formally legalised recreational cannabis use in October which Deloitte estimates will be a US$22.6 billion (AU$30.7 billion) market.
  • The UK legalised medical cannabis in 2018 so doctors are now free to prescribe it to patients for medical use. The market size in the UK is expected to hit €8.8 billion (AU$13.9 billion) in the next decade.
  • New Zealand will soon hold a referendum on the legalisation of recreational cannabis (which the majority of citizens support). Their market could be worth US$873 million (AU$1.18 billion) by 2028.
  • Our cannabis industry at home is already worth $18 million a year and growing fast. Within the next decade medical cannabis alone could be a US$2.13 billion (AU$2.9 billion) industry in Australia.
  • And the US legalised cannabis in another three states since the 2018 midterms. The US market could be worth a staggering US$75 billion by 2030, according to Cowen & Co.

With all this hype, companies are scrambling to get a share of these pot profits…and investors are piling onto tiny cannabis companies in the hopes they’ll be the next Tilray or Canopy Growth.

But before you pile all your spare cash into the next pot stock that comes along, there are a few things you should consider.

That’s why I’ve put together a brand-new report called: ‘Three Golden Rules for Investing in Pot Stocks’.

Download a copy today and you’ll learn about:

  • How no two companies in the cannabis industry are the same: You need to have a true understanding of what the company whose stock you’re considering does. Inside this report we reveal a few key elements you should be looking for. If they meet these criteria they’re likely a solid company and not just a flash in the pan.
  • How to spot alarm bells from a mile away: Fact is, there’s plenty of pot companies out there as dodgy as the manure they grow their crops in. But one simple question you can ask yourself (or even read on their website) could reveal whether this company can go the distance.
  • The one thing that could stop a good cannabis company dead in its tracks: This is something you need to be aware of as a savvy investor. It could send a tiny pot stock’s price soaring overnight, and similarly it could send a profitable company broke (and its share price to zero).

You’ll learn all this and more in my brand-new report: ‘Three Golden Rules for Investing in Pot Stocks’.

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