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Marijuana Industry

As Pot Stocks Reach Record Highs, Here's What's Coming Next

For pot stock investors, the first half of 2018 stank.

It was choppy – to say the least – thanks in no small part to meddling from U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

But I kept telling you to keep the faith – that a number of catalysts were lining up that would once again send legal marijuana stocks into the stratosphere.

I was right – and those of you who listened can feel a bit smug.

While other investors are scrambling to get back into legal cannabis, you're watching your holdings grow… and grow.

We can date cannabis' latest surge to Aug. 15. That was the day Constellation Brands Inc., the beverage giant behind Corona beer and Robert Mondavi wines, announced its plan to spend $3.8 billion to increase its stake in Canopy Growth Corp. to 38%.

In other words, a mainstream corporation had weighed the risks – and marched forward with a plan to dive into the marijuana industry… to the tune of billions of dollars.

The news sent marijuana stocks soaring.

This one stat shows it all: The bellwether North American Marijuana Index has climbed more than 175% since lows reached on Sept. 7, 2017.

And this is just the start…

In today's report, I'll tell you why that's so.

Plus, I'll reveal the latest Big Alcohol company to come sniffing around the cannabis industry.

And I'll help you find four pot stocks with triple-digit potential to buy now.

Before the next catalyst hits.

Take a look...


These Marijuana Stocks Could Soar When Big Alcohol Invests in Cannabis

There's a revolution underway in the legal cannabis industry. And it's about to storm the gates of corporate America.

Some of the nation's largest beverage companies, like Constellation Brands Inc., are pouring millions of dollars into legal cannabis.

In fact, Constellation just announced it plans to spend $3.8 billion on a stake in Canopy Growth Corp, a leading cannabis company.

Trading Strategies

These "Desert Island" Stocks Have Mouthwatering Profit Potential

Bad news: The plane crashed.

You've washed up on a desert island, the sole survivor. You're stranded thousands of miles from civilization. It could be years before you encounter another human being. 

When the chips are down like this, it's all-important to take inventory of the wreckage and your immediate surroundings.

Your very life depends on it. So, a look around your new home reveals:

Scrap airplane aluminum for crafting shelter and weapons…

A source of fresh water…

Natural fibers for fashioning rope, animal traps, and clothing…

Coconuts and pineapples for distilling booze of some kind…

A full set of Louis L'Amour novels…

An anthropomorphized volleyball to keep you from descending into madness…

Top-flight stocks that will pay you unreasonably high returns for the rest of your life…


In the stocks department, you've come up critically short. After all, the best stocks are the ones you don't have to worry about for years on end, and you won't be talking to your broker anytime soon – unless you want to pretend the volleyball is your broker or try and reach him on the other end of a coconut telephone.

Not to worry. All is not lost. Because I've got you covered with these, my very own personal "desert island stocks."

Here they are...

Global Market

Global Equity Markets Weaker; Big U.S. Data Week on Tap

World stock markets were mostly lower overnight, following Wall Street's sell off last Friday. U.S. stock indexes are pointed toward weaker openings when the New York day session begins.

Gold prices are slightly lower in pre U.S.-session trading, amid a lack of fresh, bullish fundamental news to support the safe-haven metal.

Focus is on this week's FOMC meeting that begins on Tuesday morning and ends Wednesday afternoon with a statement. T

Hot Stocks

Two Stocks to Buy to Tap Into the Massive Wolfcamp Shale

There's no better place to start your search for the best oil stocks to buy now than deep in the heart of Texas – especially its shale formations.

Texas has two of the largest shale formations in the country. One, the Eagle Ford shale in the southeast part of the state, has been a hot topic among investors for years.

And two companies already operating there will be first in line for the profits...