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The Future of Cannabis?

Written by Alex Koyfman
Posted November 14, 2019

Dear Reader,

Has cannabis become this year's cryptocurrency?

Has its manic popularity and meteoric rise finally run its course, turning this proverbial chariot into a big, decomposing green pumpkin?

One glance at the mother of all marijuana charts, and the answer appears to be clear.

marijuana index

In fact, looking at the above chart of the North American Marijuana Index in the same glance with the cryptocurrency market cap makes this comparison seem pretty fair.

crypto market cap

Both rose dramatically on a wave of institutional support, pushed even further by an enthusiastic press, and finally brought to their crescendo by a popular mania that pulled everyone, from your college dropout nephew to your 80-year-old aunt, into the market.

Of course, both ended the same way: sudden collapse, a dead cat bounce, and a gradual flatlining.

The Four Horsemen

Everything made sense from a mania perspective. Fads always follow this same basic pattern: Sudden growth. Hesitation. Media fatigue. Collapse.

The universe, as they say, will always find balance, even if humans refuse to accept reality.

But in the case of cannabis, this is where things get strange.

You see, cannabis, as a product, as an industry, as an in-demand commodity, isn't going anywhere.

In fact, it's as popular as ever and projected to get even more popular as the years tick by.

More than 66% of American support full legalization — a number that's grown substantially in just the last few years.

In every state where the business has been legalized, there are more applicants than applications for new marijuana licenses.

How Can a Booming Market... Just Collapse?

Overall, the market is expected to double before the middle of the next decade, and that's not taking into account the possibility that the biggest catalyst of all — federal legalization — will likely come around the corner in the next couple years.

cannabis chart

How is it, then, that the index tracking the biggest marijuana stocks in existence is now showing a 60% decline?

The answer is simple. For every irrational mania, there's an irrational sell-off.

When it comes to things like tulips and questionably useful cryptocurrencies, the end of the mania usually means the end of the market.

But with cannabis, the story is completely different.

What we have here is a commodity that tens of millions want; a commodity that hundreds of millions believe should be deregulated; a commodity whose uses and applications grow in number on a weekly basis; and yet a commodity whose apparent value is shrinking.

All of these things cannot be true at the same time... and yet.

History Has Done This Before

What will happen in this situation is a pattern that follows another famous boom market: dot-com.

Another of the 21st century's famous bubbles, internet technology proved it was more than just a fad by outliving the bust and going on to become perhaps the most important advancement in consumer tech since the advent of the printing press.

Tech stocks, as illustrated in the chart below, returned in a major way.

dotcom bubble

Investors who sold before the bottom dropped out and either returned to buy back in at the bottom or waited until the bottom was in before entering the market in the first place have been winning consistently ever since.

Do the same thing in any fundamentally sound market that's been afflicted by the irrational exuberance bug, and you will see the same results.

Today, this very scenario is playing out with cannabis.

A fundamentally sound market that's been blindly overbought, today, is most definitely in its trough stages.

Which means investors who sat back and waited for the irrational exuberance to run its course can now see the light at the end of the tunnel.

The weak hands have left the market. The underperforming companies and unviable business models have been burned away. The media has stopped pumping the story and moved on to the next flavor of the week.

Want to Be Shocked?

Put more succinctly, if you've ever considered investing in a cannabis company, now is the best time in history to do so.

The risk is gone. The future is clear. The social trends don't just support it... they demand it.

But how do you do it? When valuations and value are no longer in line and you don't know who to believe, how do you dare step back into a field still moist with the blood of the last wave of hopeful investors?

The answer is deceptively simple: You pick a company that's been making money the whole time, regardless of media coverage; you pick a company whose share value has been hit but has since then restabilized; you pick a company that's rolled with the punches but shows no signs of actually slowing down.

This is the way sober investors do it, and it's the way you need to do it if you're going to play cannabis's second act to your greatest advantage.

If you want to learn about just such a company, I've got what you're looking for.

It's a small, young, yet vibrant operation that's got something few cannabis firms ever came close to: profitability.

Yes, it took a hit when the bottom fell out, but the storm has been weathered. The trend-seeking amateurs have all gone home. The path from here on out can only lead in one direction.

The story here was so compelling that I wrote a report about it, detailing the whole thing.

I urge you to read that report as soon as you can because like I said earlier, now is the best time to be buying cannabis stocks.

If you've waited this long, congratulations... But now the time to act has come.

Check out the report here, now, and decide for yourself.

Fortune favors the bold,

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Coming to us from an already impressive career as an independent trader and private investor, Alex's specialty is in the often misunderstood but highly profitable development-stage microcap sector. Focusing on young, aggressive, innovative biotech and technology firms from the U.S. and Canada, Alex has built a track record most Wall Street hedge funders would envy. Alex contributes his thoughts and insights regularly to Wealth Daily. To learn more about Alex, click here.

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