Marijuana Industry

This Hot "Off the Radar" Sector Is Handing Us the Market's Fastest-Moving Opportunities

On Nov.

24, the Dow crossed 30,000 for the first time in its 124-year history.

But if the Dow included the hottest sector in the U.S.

right now, it would've hit a record high months ago.

Today Don's focusing on this sector, how it's moving even faster than the mainstream stocks, and how it can hand early investors plenty of high-profit opportunities…


Marijuana Industry

Why This "Sea Change" in Cannabis Is Rewarding Investors with a Huge Wealth Opportunity

I'm in a jam of my own making.

Cold water sprints past just below my knees in a stream coursing by within a solid 1-wood of my front porch. I struggle to keep my water-logged Converse sneakers firmly planted on the slick river rocks underfoot.

Meanwhile, a rat's nest of fishing line rests in my hand.

I'm in this pickle because of a clumsy attempt at keeping my fly out of a limb flush with Autumn leaves reaching over the stream's edge. I panicked and jerked my backcast. Now this jumbled ball of frustration stands between me and another afternoon fishing that ends in a "shutout."

There's an easy solution – an easy "out," of course.

I can just cut the line.

But I don't.

Having arrived in this exact same position a thousand times before has taught me that patience and a couple of well-placed tugs will untangle this unruly mess.

Instead, I hold the hopelessly tangled bundle in my hand and start gently teasing at the knotted mess.

The knots in my leader yield, and I get back to letting the fish outsmart me.

Patience has its own rewards. And sometimes it even pays.

The years have taught me that, whether through pastimes or my 26-plus-year-long investing career, patience has its place. Wield it well, and you get rewarded.

But I've also learned the hard way to recognize the point when patience must yield to action. And when that point comes, you either make your move or watch as one of those all-too-rare opportunities blows right past you.

Those of you invested in cannabis over the past year and a half have learned a thing or two about frustration – and about patience. But now that patience is paying off: We're witnessing a real "sea change" in cannabis stocks this year.

And this sea change means one thing – the time for patience has given way to action.

You don't want to miss the huge wealth opportunity that's coming directly our way.

Let me show you what I mean. And let me show you how to put this bit of investing insight to good use with cannabis stocks… Full Story

Let me show you what I mean. And let me show you how to put this bit of investing insight to good use with cannabis stocks...

Marijuana Industry

Three Powerful Forces Are Converging on the Cannabis Industry

While 20 million to 30 million unemployed Americans is a tough number to stomach, one bright sector of the economy will help many of those affected reinvent their careers – cannabis.

Leading companies like Cresco Labs Inc., Curaleaf Holdings Inc., and Green Thumb Industries are proving that cannabis legalization is a key part of getting people back to work and getting the economy back on its feet.

These companies are still selling, building, and yes, even hiring.

And because of three powerful forces converging on this industry, cannabis will soon prove to be the biggest builder of tomorrow's fortunes.

Here's our Don Yocham with all the details...

Marijuana Industry

Get In Now to Win the Billion-Dollar Branding Race in Cannabis

For years, cannabis was associated with back-alley deals after dusk. Now it's becoming as commonplace as walking into a convenience store to buy beer.

That's why, as cannabis starts its next phase, branding is going to be incredibly important.

It's going to separate the winners from the wannabes. The cannabis firms that get branding right stand to make early investors a lot of money.

Take Starbucks – the company is an incredible branding machine.

Starbucks has managed to make its name synonymous with coffee. Customers know what to expect when they walk into one of its 30,000 locations around the world. They know what they order is going to taste the same whether the store is in a suburban strip mall or in the lobby of a luxury city hotel. Because the Seattle coffee giant has earned customers' trust through branding.

Incredible branding is also why the company is now worth $92 billion.

For cannabis companies to be known throughout the world, it's critical for them to follow a similar branding model. They need to offer quality and consistency throughout their products and services.

Smart cannabis executives know this and are working on it as we speak.

While there hasn't been enough time for cannabis companies to build brands that have global or even regional recognition yet, it's coming. But there won't just be a "Starbucks of cannabis" – it goes much deeper than that.

There will be companies battling it out to become the "Coca-Cola" of CBD-infused drinks, the "Apple" of must-own cannabis devices, and the "Uber" of marijuana delivery services.

It's these companies that are going to deliver huge windfalls for investors. So here are the upcoming cannabis "brands" we have our eye on now… Full Story

It's these companies that are going to deliver huge windfalls for investors. So here are the upcoming cannabis "brands" we have our eye on now... Full Story

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Why Jan. 1 Was One of the Best Days in Cannabis History

Illinois kicked off 2020 by legalizing recreational cannabis sales on Jan 1.

This is significant because projections show Illinois' cannabis market could be worth $2 billion in the first year.

While the steady climb of tourism in Chicago is one of the main reasons it's going to be the "Marijuana Mecca of the Midwest," there's another reason our Greg Miller's so excited for Illinois to launch recreational sales.

Frankly, I believe it was one of the best days in cannabis history. Here's why... Full Story