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The No. 1 Reason to Invest in Pot Before the End of the Month

The marijuana industry is going to mint millionaires. It’s not a question of if – but when.

According to recent market research, in the U.S. alone, the total cannabinoid market is forecast to hit $44 billion by 2024.

$44 billion.

While this year has been a roller coaster for pot stocks, those who knew when to get in and when to get out saw massive gains. Folks have already made as much as 1,389%, 500% and 10 times their money from marijuana becoming more legal in certain states. And if those gains were triggered by state laws, imagine the profits when it becomes legal for the entire country.

“This is just the beginning,” says marijuana expert Matt Badiali. “The marijuana industry is on the cusp of surging over 4,000%. For those who invest in the right companies, the gains could be massive.”

If anyone can predict the success of this industry, it’s Matt Badiali. Highly-respected investment expert Badiali has been on Fox Business and CNBC sharing his recommendations on everything from energy to agriculture and even marijuana – and people have paid over a combined $15 million each year for his investment insight.

Investors should not sleep on this opportunity. People have made millions, even from just working in the industry:

  • Rachel Kent, a 46-year-old former paralegal from Baltimore, Maryland, who was able to claim a $2 million windfall.
  • Frank Richards, a 25-year-old from Riverside, California, collected $1.5 million in three months.
  • Chris Schaefer, a 60-year-old from Seattle, Washington, pocketed $3 million in 20 months.
  • And Helen Palmer, from Boulder, Colorado. This 59-year-old mother of two made a staggering $8.4 million from the marijuana industry.

Editor’s Note: Watch Matt Badiali’s special presentation on the making of his marijuana millionaires special report.

One by one, hurdles continue to topple like dominoes, but there’s one domino that’s about to fall, and when it does, there’s no limit to how fast the industry will grow.

You see, marijuana companies are legally prohibited from using the financial system or receiving bank loans to expand their operations. Having to operate with only cash has wreaked havoc on the market.

But all that is about to change, and when it does, all bets are off.

The U.S. Senate recently held a hearing on the SAFE Banking Act, which would allow banks to legally lend much-needed resources to cannabis-related businesses.

Republican lawmakers are optimistic it’s one step away from President Trump’s desk, and Forbes even predicts Trump will use another pro-cannabis bill as political ammo for 2020.

It’s a massive development that is making Washington, D.C., officials more optimistic than ever that full legalization could come much sooner than expected.

The key is knowing when to get in, and when to get out.

And if anyone knows how to pinpoint this, it’s Matt Badiali. It’s how he was able to show his readers the chance to see gains of 65% on Canopy and 71% on Cronos – before the stocks tanked.

And it’s how he’ll know which stocks to buy back into and when.

Using a strategy developed over 20 years in the commodities sector, marijuana investing expert Matt Badiali has uncovered the best way to profit before Washington, D.C., grants full federal legalization.

In this special presentation, Matt reveals his strategy and the exact timing to take full advantage of this once-in-a-century opportunity. Watch it now, before the last domino falls.

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