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By Brad Wajnman
Unless you’ve been living under a rock this whole year or locked up in some ancient cave with no cell or internet connection, you’ve probably heard at least something about the legalization of marijuana sweeping across the U.S.
In fact, just this week, New York became the latest state to permit the use of medical marijuana, and Washington became the nation’s second state to legalize marijuana for recreational use.
Regardless of what you think of marijuana itself… whether you personally take a toke every now and then (or everyday), never touched a joint, or may have smoked it in the past (but didn’t inhale!)…
It’s hard to argue against the significance of its legalization and the unprecedented opportunity it has created for ambitious-minded entrepreneurs and investors to be able to pocket a lot of green.
Once I discovered the enormous profit potential of this revolutionary sector (estimated to grow to over $100 billion per year) and did some homework, I learned that even though we’re definitely still in the “bud” phase, some marijuana stocks are already up 500 – 1000%.
The first company in the industry has been picked up for analysis by Bank of America, but so far this is a “mellow” industry with very little coverage and no institutional buy-in… yet.
There’s certainly tons of room for growth, but be aware that as with any new market, there are also plenty of companies that are going to go up in a puff of smoke.
There’s always going to be more risk in the beginning stages of an industry like this. But that’s also where the biggest payoffs are to be had.
High times are coming for those who dare and our latest report shines a spotlight on the history of marijuana usage, the legal marijuana market, and how you can capitalize on it…
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