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If you're one of the millions of people who watched the American Cannabis Summit online, you already know a bit about Canadian cannabis businessman Danny Brody. (And if you haven't seen the summit, I urge you to click here to watch it right now.)
Brody is the mastermind behind not one, but two of the most outrageously successful IPOs in cannabis stock history. He's currently Vice President of Investor Relations at Mississauga, Ont.-based Green Organic Dutchman Holdings Ltd. (TSE: TGOD).
"T-GOD," as folks call it, hit the Toronto Stock Exchange with a smash in May, 2018. The debut raised 115 million Canadian dollars (US$88 million) in the Canadian cannabis sector's largest, richest IPO to date.
But the best part is, Brody now serves on the advisory board of the National Institute for Cannabis Investors (NICI), right alongside weed industry legends like John Vardaman, author of the Cole Memo, and Dr. Avtar Dhillon, chair of the Cannabis Canada Association.
So when I heard that Brody recently sat down with Executive Director Greg Miller to talk about his experiences as a cannabis sector player, I knew I had to get this interview out there ASAP for every Money Morning Member to see.
Normally these informal "insider" segments are kept pretty close to the vest, for members of NICI, but Greg agreed everyone should see this.
And it is a great interview – the neckties came off for this session. Coming in at just over 10 minutes long, no topic whatsoever was off-limits – including the very first thing Brody always looks for in a weed IPO.