Learn three innovative firms cashing in on worldwide legalisation of cannabis…and where big pot profits could be made in 2019.
Marijuana legalisation is sweeping the world.
Whether you’re on board with it isn’t a question — it’s happening.
The important question is: ‘Are you prepared to seize one of the greatest investing opportunities of your lifetime?’
This isn’t one of those fads that will blow up and then fizzle out a year later like some cryptocurrency.
Laws are being re-written around the world to end the prohibition of marijuana. For both medical and recreational purposes.
And the companies that have a foothold in the industry now, will likely be behemoths in the years to come — making early investors a fortune.
Look at some of these mind-boggling gains from pot players in the last few years:
Canopy Growth Corporation exploded 3,445%…OrganiGram Holdings shot up 2,390%…and Tilray gained a whopping 576% in six weeks.
Because the cannabis market is so new, innovative players can carve out profitable niches anywhere you can imagine.
From therapeutic pain treatment, to anxiety treatments, to medicine for your pooch pal — that’s right, pot for pets!
I want to introduce you to a few of the most interesting players on the ASX right now.
That’s why I’ve put together a brand-new report called: ‘Top Three Pot Stocks for 2019’.
Download a copy today and you’ll learn about:
- A cashed-up hemp superstar with global reach: Cannabis skincare, oils, snack bars, this company does it all. With a diverse product range and global footprint, this firm has been going from strength to strength, seeing 120% one-year returns at the time of writing. They’ve recently expanded into Japan and acquired a $40 million war chest to fund further expansion worldwide.
- An Australian medical cannabis leader going international: This firm has not just been granted licenses to import, cultivate, manufacture and supply cannabis in Australia. But they’re currently laying the groundwork to expand into the UK. They’re already growing rapidly, with 151% quarter-on-quarter sales growth. But the UK could greatly expand their reach — and share price.
- The ‘out of left field’ pot play: This company is not a producer, they don’t even make their own products. So why would I want you to know about this? Because they’re doing something completely different. And it’s yet another way you can get exposure to innovative new products and plays within the exciting cannabis market.
You’ll learn all this and more in my brand-new report: ‘Top Three Pot Stocks for 2019’.
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