And it's only going to get bigger – and more profitable…
Earlier this month, Money Morning Director of Technology & Venture Capital Research – and renowned pot stock expert – Michael Robinson shared with you his four high-profit predictions for the industry in 2018.
"Weed investing's only gotten bigger, better, and more profitable," says Michael.
And just this week, we gave you a first look at the next state likely to legalize cannabis for recreational use.
Still not convinced? Watch the video below…
5 Things Marijuana Investors Need to Know Now
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Money Morning Director of Technology & Venture Capital Research Michael Robinson is our renowned pot stock expert and one of our most prominent and respected investing "gurus" here at Money Map Press. And for good reason.
He's been a board member for a Silicon Valley venture capital firm and a senior advisor to 12 high-tech startups.
He's also a Pulitzer Prize-nominated writer and reporter, lauded by the Columbia Journalism Review for his aggressive style.
His research is world class, too. The Oakland Tribune, Detroit News, The San Francisco Examiner, The Kansas City Times, Wealth Magazine, and American Banker have all published his reporting. He's even appeared on Larry King's syndicated radio show and is a regular guest on CNBC's "The Rundown" and FOX Business Network's "Cavuto: Coast to Coast."
And he's focused on a new, earth-shattering government announcement could completely change the legalization of marijuana – forever. In fact, thanks to this historic legislation, tiny pot stocks trading for under $5 are getting set to double, triple, or quadruple.
In an exclusive interview with Money Morning, Michael shares all the good news – including details on five tiny weed stocks that could potentially turn a small stake into $100,000. Click here to continue.
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