Are you tuning in to the Cannabis Investing Event tonight?
American Consequences reader Tim C. is not… And he’s irked that we’ve even mentioned it.
Colorado mints millionaires? This is an absolute lie! [Cannabis companies] are taking advantage of young minds by starting to get them hooked on drugs instead of dealing with reality. I want no part of taking advantage of young people for profit. Eventually you will be made to come face to face with your decision to profit from people taking drugs. You should be ashamed of yourself. – Tim C.
We wonder if Tim would invest in Starbucks, Dunkin Donuts, or Coca-Cola? They sell an unregulated, addictive drug inside of unhealthy, sugar-filled drinks.
Or AB InBev, Constellation Brands, and Boston Beer Company, whose booze has resulted in plenty of drunken drivers.
To say nothing about government-approved opioids that have killed more Americans in the past year than both car accidents and murders, combined.
And you can find fault with any number of other financially strong companies, like small-business destroyer Wal-Mart, “vampire squid” Goldman Sachs, not-paying-workers-enough Disney, NFL-protest supporter Nike, genetically-modified seed supplier Monsanto, black-rifle maker Sturm Ruger, “casino always wins” Las Vegas Sands, or advertising-to-kids website Facebook.
My point is that nearly every public company is probably a “sin stock” to someone.
And if profiting from cannabis is against your morality, then please don’t.
But right now, Main Street investors have a chance to invest in something that many of the major Wall Street institutions and banks can’t. After all, cannabis is still illegal at the federal level.
If and when cannabis is made legal across the entire U.S., it’s likely that a flood of money will pour into the sector. That’s a major opportunity, and it’s one that we’re happy to learn more about.
Attending the free Cannabis Investing Event tonight at 8 p.m. Eastern time is a way for you to hear the facts and decide for yourself if cannabis investments are right for you.
Don’t mistake us… simply buying the first “pot stock” you hear about in the market is a bad idea. Many are dangerous, some are frauds, and others are simply far too risky for the everyday investor.
But when you tune in tonight, you’ll get to hear about a completely free stock recommendation. It’s a cannabis company that one expert believes could soar 500% or more in the next few years.
Plus, as soon as you register, you’ll receive a great deal of educational content about cannabis, cannabis stocks, and the state of the industry right now.
Now here’s some of the latest news we’re reading…
This huge shift in sentiment bodes well for full legalization…
While the majority of Americans want the legalization of cannabis now, only 16% did in 1987 and 1990, the years with the joint-lowest support.
Seniors Using Cannabis (Video)
Baby boomers are the fastest-growing segment of marijuana users.
“It’s none of the government’s damn business what we do,” said Rep. Don Young, an Alaska Republican whose state has legalized both recreational and medical marijuana. “I’m for states’ rights.”
Tim C. should probably not buy any of these companies, either…
“We’ve been having dialogue with national retailers for many months now… We’ve got a number of potentially exciting partnerships in the pipeline.”
Scotts Miracle-Gro and Constellation Brands are among the businesses pushing for a change in the law. The American Bankers Association has made the legislation a priority, driven by smaller banks that want to work with marijuana companies and those doing business with them.
“So many of our existing users swear by the product to treat sore muscles that result from cycling, strength training, and high-intensity workouts.”
Charles Clinton, CEO at EquityMultiple, says cannabis-related real estate will likely remain profitable for a few more years. Bloomberg Radio’s Denise Pellegrini reports.
Looking ahead to 2020, perhaps the “free money” promises of nearly all Democrat candidates will be overshadowed by a strong economy. We’ll see…
“The economy is just so damn strong right now and by all historic precedent the incumbent should run away with it,” said Donald Luskin, chief investment officer of TrendMacrolytics, a research firm whose model correctly predicted Trump’s 2016 win when most opinion polls did not.
And let us know what you’re reading at [email protected].
Publisher, American Consequences
With P.J. O’Rourke and the Editorial Staff
March 27, 2019