Attention new Seed Investor:
What you’re about to read is incredibly urgent.
With that in mind, we’ll be emailing you an introduction to the Seed Investor, the latest research report on the top pot stock to buy now, and some deep insider knowledge about how to really make the most of the marijuana stock boom.
Now let’s get right into it.
The most important development ever in the legal marijuana industry is just months away.
Do you think there were huge gains in 2016 and 2017?
Well, you haven’t seen anything yet.
On June 7, 2018 the Canadian Senate met and approved the world’s first ever legal recreational use marijuana law in the world, effective Oct. 17, 2018.
The key words there are “recreational use.”
You see, up until now, Canada has only legalized “medicinal use” marijuana.
Medicinal use marijuana requires a prescription from a doctor and regulated as stringently as prescription drugs.
Recreational use, however, is a much different story…and a much bigger story.
The estimated size of the medicinal use market is Canada is about $1 billion.
Don’t get me wrong, that’s not pocket change.
It was enough to send shares in early medicinal marijuana companies like Canopy Growth (TSX:WEED/OTCBB:TWMJF) soaring more than 3000%.
But the recreational marijuana market is set to grow to $7 billion.
That’s seven times larger than the medicinal market.
That’s why I’m glad you’re hear right now because the next set of pot stock winners are just starting to move right now.
Meet The New Breed Of Pot Stocks Set To
Ride Recreational Marijuana Tidal Wave Of Growth
Meet The New Breed Of Pot Stocks Set To Ride Recreational Marijuana Tidal Wave Of Growth
The Seed Investor is recommending readers focus on the Canadian marijuana companies which are targeting the growth in the recreational use marijuana market.
After all, if the $1 billion medicinal use market can drive stocks up 3000% or more…just imagine what seven times greater growth will do…
That’s why the latest Seed Investor research report details the explosive growth opportunity targeted by Choom Holdings (CSE:CHOO/OTC:CHOOF).
Choom Holdings has spent the last couple of years building up to the recreational use legalization.
It has developed multiple business segment targeting every aspect of the recreational use market:
Branded Marijuana Products: The core of Choom Holdings is its Choom brand marijuana. Hawaii is known for strong, consistent, and high-quality marijuana. The Choom brand brings the decades of Hawaiian marijuana legally to Canadian consumers.
High-End Retail Outlets: Choom is in the process of creating a franchise-based chain of retail outlets for it. These retail outlets are high-end markets with a design and aesthetic like Apple and Starbucks stores.
Fully Licensed: Choom has acquired multiple licenses from the Canadian federal government in order to grow and sell marijuana. These licenses take years to earn and, since so few have been issued, are quickly becoming “licenses to print money.”
That’s just part of the Choom story though.
If you want to find out more, check your email inbox for all the information.
You’ve got to hurry though.
October 17 isn’t far away and this timely opportunity to get in on the ground floor of an explosive growth market could be gone by then.
The Seed Investor
“As Canada moves to legalize recreational pot, the value of the nascent market has ballooned to more than $25 billion” - http://business.financialpost.com/cannabis/marijuana-millionaires-riding-canadaslegalization-wave
“Legal marijuana could generate more than $132 billion federal tax revenue and one million jobs.” - https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/2018/01/10/study-legal-marijuana-could-generate-more-than-132- billion-in-federal-tax-revenue-and-1-million-jobs/?utm_term=.458f5b16cfcf
“Canadians are already spending almost as much on marijuana as wine.” - http://business.financialpost.com/commodities/agriculture/marijuana-use-may-have-hit-c6-2-bln-before-canada-legalization
“Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is rushing to legalize recreational marijuana” - https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-04-20/canada-s-plan-to-be-the-world-leader-in-legal-weed