Micro-Cap Tech Report: Marijuana Stocks
We recently mailed a confidential report to readers of our Micro-Cap Tech Reporter newsletter. It contains a marijuana stock recommendation that our in-house experts believe could “double or triple within the next 52 weeks.”
The feedback was incredible.
Readers were ecstatic about new opportunities in the marijuana space, because they knew, as I’m sure you do, that marijuana stocks outperformed the stock market by a mile in 2017.
For example, Canopy Growth Corp (OTCMKTS:TWMJF, TSE:WEED) surged by more than 246% last year. It wasn’t a freak case. Aphria Inc (OTCMKTS:APHQF, TSE:APH) also skyrocketed, this time by 292%, proving that marijuana stocks are a bona fide trend.
Check the chart below if you’re skeptical.
Chart courtesy of StockCharts.com
Still not convinced? Here are some other publicly-traded equities that emerged in the post-Colorado boom, attached with their respective stock performances for the 2017 fiscal year.
Not bad, right? Some investors were so clouded by preconceived notions of marijuana—whether because of Cheech and Chong, Snoop Dogg, or that lazy kid who lives down the street—they missed the first marijuana bull run.
That was a big mistake.
It’s true that prices retraced in the first quarter of 2018, shedding billions of dollars in market cap and goodwill along the way, but it’s a temporary setback. A second wave of gains is on the way.
So, if you missed the first marijuana boom, try not to make the same mistake twice.
Marijuana: Old Sins, New Profits
People have been smoking marijuana for decades—since the early 1960s, at least—but attitudes toward the substance only shifted in the last 10 years or so.
It isn’t perceived as a goofy, munchy-inducing, college experiment anymore.
Polls show that 61% of Americans now support marijuana legalization, compared with roughly 32% a decade ago. It isn’t controversial, in other words.
Most people understand that pot is, on a personal level, less harmful than cigarettes (lung cancer, etc.) and, on a societal level, less harmful than alcohol (drunk driving deaths, etc.).
Besides, young people support marijuana legalization at higher rates than older people, which means that “61%” is not the end of the road. We’re going to see that number continue to rise.
Meanwhile, the Canadian government is set to legalize recreational marijuana on July 1, 2018. This change in federal policy is even more ambitious than what’s happening in the United States. Cannabis merchants are moving from back alleys to boardrooms in anticipation of this shift, eager to grab a slice of that billion-dollar market.
Similar shifts are happening across the world.
Global sales are projected to reach $31.4 billion by 2021, according to recent estimates from Brightfield Group, suggesting that simply legalizing weed brings a fortune out of the shadows.
That’s why I find marijuana stocks so appealing. There’s a very, very low bar for these companies to succeed, because they don’t have to convince you of anything.
Social media companies have to convince you to use their apps; cryptocurrencies have to convince you that Bitcoin is worth more than a pack of peanuts. Weed companies are simply bringing money from the “black market” to the “stock market.”
A Red-Hot Marijuana Stock
At the heart of the marijuana boom is an explosive stock that’s trading dirt cheap.
This stock is such an astounding investment opportunity that we stepped outside our technology wheelhouse to study it. After all, there must be a catch, right? There’s always a catch.
If that’s what you’re thinking, I totally understand. Only fools believe in “sure bets.” Our honest assessment is that marijuana stocks are risk-capital investments with extreme upside potential.
However, with a little common-sense investing, you can get a cheap marijuana stock for big-dollar gains. Just remember that this industry is moving at a rapid-fire pace. This deal won’t last forever.
We’re seeing record-setting investment, handshake deals, and international expansion happen all around us. We’ve seen it before. It looks like gold mining in the late 2000s; microchips in 2016; blockchain in 2017. It looks like the top 1% of the investment food chain.
As such, we have compiled a special report that goes further into detail. It is titled This Marijuana Company Going from Zero to $47 Million in Sales. In the report, investors will discover all they need to know about this red-hot marijuana stock.
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