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This year has been a hot year for the cannabis industry.
And it's only getting hotter now that one of the top marijuana stocks just minted the first pot billionaire.
2019 has already been a hot year for cannabis stocks.
Now, the sector has received yet another buy signal from the unlikeliest source.
2019 has been a massive year for CBD.
Check out why investing in CBD stocks is a no-brainer in 2019 - and why the industry still has plenty of room to grow.
Illinois became the first state to legalization cannabis through legislation and the 11th state in the U.S. to make recreational marijuana legal.
And cannabis companies are already diving in on this opportunity.
In fact, Illinois’ massive potential is a boon for one of the best cannabis stocks to buy in August.
Coca-Cola’s heir Alkiviades David just launched the world’s first cannabis bank, exchange, and cryptocurrency.
And the Swissx Bank of Cannabis could be a complete game-changer for the rapidly developing cannabis market.
And it’s yet another reason why investors need to stake their claims right now.
Illinois became the first state to approve the legalization of marijuana through legislation.
And cannabis companies are taking notice of Illinois’ potential marijuana market.
Check out the best pot stock to ride Illinois’ coming recreational marijuana legalization.
First Washington state hit $1.3 billion in marijuana tax revenue. Now, Colorado has joined the billion-dollar club.
With talks of recreational marijuana legalization spreading across the country, this profit potential could create a massive windfall.
Other states are already joining the ranks.
But there are still 39 states to go and plenty of investment opportunities ahead.
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is committed to giving American small marijuana business owners an edge over larger competitors.
At least, that's what it seems like to us...
You see, Mr. Sessions' anti-marijuana measures only prevent larger, billion-dollar firms from entering the U.S. marijuana industry. As a result, marijuana penny stocks trading on over-the-counter (OTC) exchanges are flourishing.
Legal marijuana is about more - much more - than recreational use. In fact, its medicinal potential, unchained, could be worth billions more than the billion-dollar consumables market.
Study after study has shown that up to two dozen medical conditions could be treated with marijuana.
Two of its more intriguing components, non-psychoactive cannabidiol (CBD) and psychoactive tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), have a clear impact on brain function and pain management.
Glaucoma sufferers, for example, have long known that pot can reduce ocular swelling. Many people swear by pot's ability to improve lung function, counterintuitive as that may seem. And people suffering from conditions such as multiple sclerosis will tell you that this drug can greatly ease the daily pain they must live with.
Results like those are part of the reason medical marijuana has been approved in 24 states and in many countries around the world - and the reason why the medical marijuana market topped $4 billion in 2015.
Just one company, a biotech that first hit my radar in 2014 and has delivered peak gains of more than 1,100% over the past three years, is favorably positioned to make a classic "corner-the-market" move on this incredibly lucrative segment.
The world has turned for marijuana, and the genie is out of the bottle, or should we say the smoke is out of the bong. May 2013 was a big month for those who actually inhale.
Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper signed two crucial bills, House Bills 1317 and 1318, stemming from the recent ballot initiative, Amendment 64, legalizing the recreational use of pot in Colorado, which lay out regulations for the sale and taxation of marijuana.
In Seattle, Reuters reports that ex-Microsoft strategist Jamen Shively announced plans to establish the first American pot brand, importing the weed legally from Mexico and retailing it in a chain of medical dispensaries and, where legal, retail outlets.
Shively's plans have the moral support of former Mexican President Vicente Fox, a conservative. Right now Shively is undertaking a press blitz in Mexico, where he plans to source his marijuana.