Our latest issue hit your inbox this weekend… And your e-mails have poured in.
The No. 1 question you’ve sent us: How can you as an investor make money in this new industry?
The answer should be carefully.
Some companies and financial pundits are taking advantage of this cannabis-fueled hype.
So before you put a penny into a so-called “pot stock,” make sure that you’re getting a real business with real revenues and growth prospects.
You read an article by health care expert Thomas Carroll in our “Cannabis Means Business” issue… He talked all about both the risk and opportunity in this new industry and the importance of staying safe when you invest.
There is no other analyst who I would trust to do this important and necessary research.
Today, the opportunity in cannabis is massive…
Ten states have legalized recreational cannabis use. And 33 states have legalized it for medical use. And looking forward, we suspect that full federal legalization isn’t that far off.
If you’re interested in learning more about this opportunity, tune in next week for the Cannabis Investing Event on March 27 at 8 p.m. Eastern.
Thomas plans to sit down with cannabis experts to divulge the details about a big shakeup in the world of cannabis investing… and how you can invest in cannabis before the biggest gains are gone.
Plus, just for signing up, you’ll get a FREE copy of The Marijuana Industry Insider’s Playbook. This 180-page book is the ultimate guide to making money in marijuana, packed with strategies, true stories, and advice from the industry’s top insiders. It usually costs $19… but you’ll receive a digital copy immediately after RSVPing for next week’s event.
Again, attendance next week is free. But you do need to reserve your spot. Click here to save your seat.
Now here’s a few things we’re reading…Read Thomas’ article in our March issue of American Consequences here:
The market is huge, the companies are becoming “real,” and support for full legalization in the U.S. is gaining traction.A few cannabis articles you’ve sent us after our latest issue…
As legalization takes hold, it’s increasingly likely to find yourself in social situations where the plant is present.
While there is no law that says banks can or cannot do business with cannabis companies, banks are required to file reports to Uncle Sam detailing a customer’s suspicious or illegal activities. That can prove costly.
“States have spoken up, and I think even Republicans in Congress would recognize it’s time for Washington to get out of the way.”
Weed and church are actually not the strangest bedfellows—cannabis has a long religious history… some believe it’s even endorsed in the Bible (“kaneh-bosm,” a key ingredient in Jesus’s anointing oil, may have been an early term for cannabis).In France, anti-tax protests turn to riots, fires, and destruction…
“There are people today who try by all means… to damage the Republic by breaking, by destroying things at the risk of killing someone.”Ground zero for MS-13 is a great place to make coffins…
Manufacturing the “wooden pajamas,” as some locals call them, has become such big business in Jucuapa that families have abandoned their bakeries, butcher shops, and sugar cane fields to enter the funeral industry.And close by in Virginia, too.
“To hear someone was stabbed 100 times, per the medical examiner, pretty much speaks for itself — how violent of an attack it would have been.”Meanwhile, here in Baltimore…
Until 2015, Baltimore seemed to be enjoying its own, more modest version of this upswing… But nearly four years after Freddie Gray’s death, the surge in crime has once again become the context of daily life in the city, as it was in the early 1990s.
And let us know what you’re reading at [email protected].
Publisher, American Consequences
With P.J. O’Rourke and the Editorial Staff
March 20, 2019