Updated: Jun 9, 2019
You’ve probably heard the stories of everyday American becoming “marijuana millionaires.” A few folks have even become billionaires from this lucrative new market.
So you may be asking yourself, “is this something I can do too?”
For the first time ever, the answer is “yes!”
The legal US cannabis (the official name of marijuana) market is currently $10.8 billion. Experts are projecting it could grow to $100 billion in the US, and $1 trillion globally in the next 5 years.
And now it’s perfectly legal (and incredibly lucrative) for ordinary citizens to invest in marijuana stocks. Here’s how:
Step 1: Open a Free Brokerage Account.
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If you’ve never traded stocks before, the first thing you need to do is open a brokerage account. Don’t worry. They’re free to open and simple to use.
This account lets you buy and sell marijuana stocks easily.
Some brokerages, like Robinhood.com, allow you to purchase many, but not all marijuana stocks with no fees.
Other online brokerages, like TD Ameritrade.com and etrade.com, let you buy every single marijuana company, but charge a small fee when you buy and sell shares.
Step 2: Prepare to Strike Quickly.
We’ve seen cannabis companies like Cannagrow shoot up 456% in a month and a half, or InMed Pharmaceuticals jump 617% in about four months, or Mentor Capital skyrocket as much as 1,828% in less than six months. So as soon as you’ve opened your account, you’ll want to put money into it.
The good news is, cannabis stocks are much less expensive than normal stocks.
That means that there is a small chance you could turn a $50 or $100 investment into a potential life-changing windfall.
However, not all cannabis stocks are created equal. That’s why this next step is so important.
Step 3: The Fun Part
This is the most exciting part…
The part that separates those who are finding the right stocks from those who aren’t…
The part that give you a shot at “marijuana millions”.