This Sector is Ripe for Life-Changing Profits and Has More Potential Than Investing in Alcohol After the End of its Own Prohibition
I love my wine; my wife and I have a few glasses every evening.
We do some champagne occasionally, but for the most part, we are big red wine drinkers.
My first sip of wine didn’t come until I was 26 years old. I was on my honeymoon, and we enjoyed some of the best wines in the world in California.
I was never into alcohol, smoking, or drugs as a teenager, or even during my 20s. To this day, I’ve never even tried a cigarette!
As I entered my 30s, I did begin to enjoy the occasional cigar, and really began to enjoy wine. Eventually, after saying no all throughout my teens and 20s, I finally tried marijuana at the age of 32.
It was out of an electronic vape pen, where I took a few hits but didn’t really think much of it. Years went by before I would try it again, but this time, it was in Las Vegas, and I didn’t have to inhale anything. Instead, a friend gave me a piece of candy with 10mg of THC.
Consuming it gave me the feeling of having just enough wine, but instead of a full belly from wine (full of carbs and calories), I felt a very relaxing buzz by eating this very tiny piece of candy that tasted like a gummy bear.
Within 3 hours, I felt 100% again, and the next day when I woke up, I had zero negative effects.
Unlike a few times when I’ve had a little too much wine, the cannabis felt nearly the same as having 3/4ths of a bottle of wine on an empty stomach, if not better, and when it was done, it was done!
There were no excessive carbs, calories, or a headache in the morning.
Since this experience, every time I visit Colorado, Nevada, Canada, and now California, I take the time to do some due diligence on the cannabis sector.
Consuming cannabis with no wine, or only a small glass, gives the same pleasurable results.
I have no doubt that cannabis will one day become just as mainstream and popular as alcohol is today.
If you have time, watch this documentary about the history of marijuana(cannabis). I think you’ll be fascinated to learn the truth about this plant.
The same people who want it illegal and gave it a bad rap are the whores that have plagued our society with cheap cancer-causing foods, prescription drugs that offer no real cure, and other addictive things that are bad for our bodies.
As an investor, I couldn’t be more thrilled to help advance this newly legalized sector that, in my opinion, has more upside than any other commodity.
There is nothing wrong with cannabis, and we should seed this sector with disciplined investments into it.
In Colorado, it’s been legal for over 5 years, and we’ve seen virtually zero negative stories, unlike alcohol’s related deaths and injuries.
Could you imagine if alcohol just became legal, with all the deaths, traffic collisions, spousal abuse reports, and injuries related to it…? Yet here’s this plant that you’ll seriously never hear about.
A close family member who worked in a Los Angeles ER for 30 years told me that nearly every night someone came in for alcohol-related sicknesses, but not even once for marijuana.
This is the end of a prohibition, and this sector has already passed its tipping point, with proof of concept in Colorado and now California going fully recreational, as well as ALL of Canada.
California and Canada have been the two regions we’ve been vetting for cannabis investments, but as we’ve reported many times, it’s so early in this space that there are a lot of pitfalls, so we need to be extremely cautions.
To date, we’ve only recommended 3 cannabis plays. One tripled, another doubled, and one has actually fallen in price.
The only one I am buying right now is the one that is down because it presents one of the best opportunities I’ve ever seen.
The bottom line is that due to the federal laws, banks and institutions aren’t participating in cannabis companies.
There’s no lending, no investing, and not even banking!
Several companies we have been following that are private should be going public soon, so expect a new cannabis position in our portfolio over the next few weeks.
For now, the one that we are happy buyers of is FinCanna Capital Corp.
Just like California makes great wine, they’re going to make great green profits, too.
With 39 million residents and 250 million visitors per year, California is the 6th-largest economy in the world.
Any cannabis business that succeeds in California will have a clear competitive advantage once the markets completely open up across state and national borders.
29 states and D.C. already have some form of cannabis use legalized. In our opinion, it’s only a matter of time before this entire space sees parabolic growth across this country and the world.
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