The legal cannabis industry is expected to grow from $55 billion to $146 billion by 2025 – 265% growth in five years.
Some take that as a signal to go invest in the whole industry through cannabis ETFs.
That’s creating a hot new industry of its own, as more and more companies are releasing their own index fund products.
On Aug. 20, AdvisorShares, the company behind the AdvisorShares PureCannabis ETF (NYSE: YOLO), filed for yet another cannabis ETF.
It’s called AdvisorShares U.S. Cannabis ETF, and it will trade on the NYSE under the ticker MJUS. And with MJUS, there will be six cannabis ETFs on the market.
These are attractive investments because they can significantly hedge losses. Typically, people lunge for the whole market because it can be difficult to pinpoint exactly which stock to buy.
But sometimes, if you hastily throw all of your money at an ETF, you run the risk of being a jack of all trades and master of none – or worse, taking a big loss.
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In fact, this could have easily happened to you in the last year. The ETFMG Alternative Harvest ETF (NYSEArca: MJ), one of the most talked-about, diversified cannabis ETFs out there, has lost 38% since October 2018.
And this is actually no surprise with marijuana ETFs, since the industry is still young and unpredictable, with so many new players popping up.
Warren Buffett put it aptly: “Put all your eggs in one basket and watch that basket very carefully.”
But of course, carefully keeping track of all the cannabis stocks out there can be a challenge on your own. And that’s why there’s expert advice from the National Institute for Cannabis Investors to keep you informed.
NICI‘s Director of Cannabis Investing Research, Greg Miller, recommended one pot stock last year that’s already grown 107% since October 2018.
Compare that to MJ’s losses.
But our top pot stock is just getting started. In fact, Greg Miller still gives it a further 193% growth target for the next 12 months.
To put that into perspective: The marijuana industry is set to grow 265% in five years. But our best marijuana stock today could jump nearly 200% in 12 months.
This not one of your big-name cannabis stocks either. While we like Aurora Cannabis Inc. (NYSE: ACB), Tilray Inc. (NASDAQ: TLRY), and Canopy Growth Corp. (NYSE: CGC), you’ve already heard all about them.
Our best marijuana stock is a backdoor play you might not have heard of yet.
With all the social and bureaucratic hurdles in the way of this industry, it could be a matter of months or years waiting for ETFs to start realizing profits. But this pot stock is spearheading profitability while the rest of the market takes its time.
Here’s why this legal marijuana stock will gain 193% without question…
The Best Cannabis Stock Right Now
Innovative Industrial Properties Inc. (NYSE: IIPR) is a REIT held by many cannabis ETFs. But if you’re still looking for 104% on your money, you may want to get this one on its own.
It sells for $85.12 right now, but the analyst projection is that it will skyrocket to $177 in just 12 months.
IIPR provides real estate for the medical-use cannabis industry. It’s currently expecting sales growth of 164% for 2019 and another 83% in 2020.
Earnings are also expected to soar 128% this year. So this company is doing a fine job riding the medical marijuana wave.
Innovative Industrial caters to state-licensed operators of medical marijuana facilities. It’s in a unique position because it helps these operators obtain capital while banks hesitate to work with them due to marijuana’s lingering taboo status.
This also puts IIPR’s services in high demand, which allows it to charge higher interest rates than ordinary REITs. And 90% of its income, because it’s a REIT, goes to shareholders.
That’s why IIPR is the “only cannabis dividend payer,” according to Greg Miller. It pays a 2.72% yield.
Miller also said this REIT has $130 million in cash and growing…
The National Institute for Cannabis Investors recommended this stock back when it traded for just $40. Since then, it’s more than doubled.
Though some Wall Street analysts are promoting a 104% growth target, Greg Miller says it could climb as high as $250 within a year, which would be more than 193%.
Illinois Becomes the 11th State to Legalize Cannabis (Making More People Rich)
Cannabis laws are being reformed en masse: Illinois has not only become the 11th – and second largest – state to legalize marijuana, but the first to do so by way of state legislation.
That means the medical, personal, and economic benefits of “America’s Green Gold Rush” are appealing to Republicans and Democrats alike.
One cannabis research executive is hailing Illinois the “Marijuana Mecca of the Midwest,” a hallmark of the rising uncapped profit potential ahead.
Once the Fed ends the cannabis prohibition nationwide, all bets will be off – demand will boost share prices through the roof. But you can still get in on the ground floor, just in time for what could be the windfall of the century.
Illinois is already housing some of our top picks in the industry, so a few of our favorite stocks could get yet another boost.
Just click here to see how you can get them – and to potentially profit from this “unstoppable economic revolution”…
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