Wall Street’s Best-Kept Marijuana Stock Secret
It’s quite clear that there are gains to be made as the legalization of marijuana continues to spread.
Forbes reported the cannabis industry is already growing at a rate that is “larger and faster than the dot-com era.”
USA Today is calling it the “green gold rush.”
Over 20 have legalized it for medical use.
And demand for nationwide legalization is going through the roof.
Politicians who once pounded the table against legalization – including Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer – are now racing to embrace it.
Others such as former House Speaker John Boehner, are even investing in it hand over fist.
The opportunity unfolding before us is immense.
But one group has been very tight-lipped throughout it all: Wall Street.
They know something most Main Street investors don’t.
They know of a way to cut through the stomach-wrenching volatility, to slash risk to the bone and unlock some of the biggest, longest-lasting gains America’s marijuana revolution has to offer.
In this eye-opening, urgent new video, former hedge fund manager and Wall Street insider Charles Mizrahi lays bare one of Wall Street’s best-kept secrets for profiting with pot-related stocks.
He shows you why, as one Wall Street insider put it: “There are 500 pot stocks out there, and 90% of them are frauds that just aren’t going to make it.”
He reveals their surprising trick for zeroing in on the 10% that DO have the potential to soar.
And he has even identified one specific company that’s expected to soar 500% or more as marijuana legalization continues to sweep the nation.
Legal Notice: This work is based on what we’ve learned as financial journalists. It may contain errors and you should not base investment decisions solely on what you read here. It’s your money and your responsibility. Nothing herein should be considered personalized investment advice. Although our employees may answer general customer service questions, they are not licensed to address your particular investment situation. Our track record is based on hypothetical results and may not reflect the same results as actual trades. Likewise, past performance is no guarantee of future returns. Don’t trade in these markets with money you can’t afford to lose. Investing in stock markets involves the risk of loss. Before investing you should consider carefully the risks involved, if you have any doubt as to suitability or the taxation implications, seek independent financial advice. Banyan Hill Publishing expressly forbids its writers from having a financial interest in their own securities or commodities recommendations to readers. Such recommendations may be traded, however, by other editors, Banyan Hill Publishing, its affiliated entities, employees, and agents, but only after waiting 24 hours after an internet broadcast or 72 hours after a publication only circulated through the mail.
(c) 2018 Banyan Hill Publishing. All Rights Reserved. Protected by copyright laws of the United States and treaties. This Newsletter may only be used pursuant to the subscription agreement. Any reproduction, copying, or redistribution, (electronic or otherwise) in whole or in part, is strictly prohibited without the express written permission of Banyan Hill Publishing. P.O. Box 8378, Delray Beach, FL 33482. (TEL: 866-584-4096)