Severn Bancorp Inc

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This Backdoor Cannabis Play Could Climb Over 100%, and It's the Perfect Time to Strike

At the National Institute for Cannabis Investors, we talk a lot about cannabis banking. That's because accessing loans and depositing money are still huge hurdles facing cannabis companies.

But the progressive financial firms that realize how much money there is to be made working with legal cannabis companies will be handsomely rewarded.

And I've found the perfect play…

Just like when we talked about Innovative Industrial Properties – which is now up almost 100% since we launched the American Cannabis Summit on Oct. 23, 2018 – we wanted to add another way for you to try and capture an additional potential triple-digit return.

Of course, timing is everything, so you may have not seen when we first mentioned Innovative Industrial Properties and bought it at a higher price, or you may have simply chose not to buy its shares.

But if you missed out, that's okay. I wanted to share another play with you today that could offer a similar profit opportunity, and the timing is perfect.

I talked to my friend and banking expert, Money Morning Special Situation Strategist Tim Melvin, and he tells me that as of right now, there is only ONE publicly traded bank taking on cannabis customers – the rest are credit unions or privately held banks.

I've held off talking about this company too much before because it faced some significant challenges outside of its cannabis business. However, those challenges seem to be behind it, and we could soon see a quick jump in the stock price thanks to some positive headwinds.

So right now, I'm going to share with you hopefully another big winner to add to your growing list of cannabis investments...

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Banking Fears Have Put Billions of Dollars in Weed Profits in Limbo... Until Now

Think about the last time you ran out for a bottle of wine or stopped someplace after work for a few groceries: Did you have to swing by an ATM first? Did you make sure you had plenty of cash in your wallet to cover the cost?

If you're like most Americans in 2018, the answer is probably… of course not.

It's more likely you used a debit or credit card, or even iOS, Android, Venmo, or PayPal. A debit here, a credit there, all effortlessly unfolding in the ones and zeros of cyberspace.

I'm simplifying here, but the cashless, convenient transaction between you and the merchant took place via computer – your bank, the merchant's bank, the clearinghouse – everyone involved used the U.S. communications network and financial system to "settle up" and get business done.

Now, I'm going to ask you to imagine something completely ridiculous – just for a second.

Then I'll show you how you can clean up on unique solutions to the legal weed sector's biggest problem...