A recent survey found that 1-in-10 people have already invested in marijuana companies and another 40% would consider it in the future.
There is now a growing investment industry around marijuana. In fact, investing in marijuana stocks represents a great opportunity for even the greenest (pun intended) investor.
Pot stocks have been relatively flimsy this week since a report from Statistics Canada showed that cannabis consumption hasn’t changed much since the legal pot market was rolled out.
Pitchbook recently released its 2018 results for cannabis related investments, and the data is impressive: 139 deals scooped up a whopping $881 million.
We’ve been doing our homework and have hand-picked five must-see cannabis-focused investor events (beyond the very well-known, business-focused MJBizCon) for our finance buffs.
Investors looking to cash in on the green rush have a new opportunity in the United States: a marijuana ETF that will begin trading next month.
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Investors' eyes are bulging with visions of possibilities of enormous wealth. But before you begin investing in cannabis stocks, there see are a few things you should know.
The industry is shaping up to be a $22 billion by 2021 and is growing at 27 percent a year. Yes, there is money to be made as an investor.
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