Just the other day, on Saturday, I ran down a pot stock "triple play" that offers investors a low-risk, easy-to-buy entry point into the fantastically lucrative world of weed investing.
These "pick-and-shovel" companies consist of some of my earliest, most prescient pot stock recommendations ever. Some of them are even included in the massive Roadmap to Marijuana Millions model portfolio my paid-up subscribers can access.
So it should come as no surprise that I hold these picks pretty close to the vest, watching them constantly.
One of the cornerstone picks there, a cannabis biotech that's returned high double- and triple-digit gains for folks following along, got some incredible news earlier this week.
It's a development so fresh it didn't make it into my roundup, so let me fill you in now…
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