That’s what humans do. They solve problems, they fix things when they’re broken, and they move forward. As investors, the best way to ride that wave of recovery up is to first understand the bigger picture.
there are over 320 million US citizens - that’s 97% of the US population - living in a location where cannabis is not completely illegal. How long will it take for the US government to throw in the towel and make cannabis legal? It could be sooner than we think.
So what will happen when the price of nickel (the metal) goes up? The melt value of a nickel coin will go up, which means that the value of the nickel coin will be worth more than five cents.
For you, as an investor, you need to ask yourself something: Are you investing in a company that has a lot more upside? Or are you investing in someone’s big exit?
As an investor, if you rely on the regulators who can’t even understand Facebook, let alone create realistic accredited investor guidelines, you’re going to be left in a world that has passed you by.
Things have been moving faster and changing quicker than I could have ever imagined. And there is one thing in particular that will really change the cannabis market… and it’s just starting to happen.
It’s just very strange to see the extreme wealth and success juxtaposed to the filth and ‘broken-ness’. I’m tempted to make some sort of comparison to our current stock market and economy in general. Kind of like, “Everything looks fancy and great on the surface, but it’s a big pile of crap just below.”
Puerto Rico has the best real estate opportunities I have ever seen. That's a bold statement, as I've looked into and invested in many markets throughout the world. The new information that I learned has to do with the banks and how they are dealing with the real estate that they have on their books. Let's just say that things are going to get very interesting.
For the minority who understands the bigger picture, there is a tremendous opportunity to position yourself now before the majority realizes what’s going on. Because when the rest of the herd catches on, most of the profits will be gone.
And sometimes companies get it wrong. They end up building systems and infrastructure that become totally useless. When this happens, companies end up with “stranded assets.”