Start of Something Huge
According to Matt Badiali as recorded on his Twitter feed there is still excellent growth in the marijuana industry, which surpassed $6B in the previous year of 2017. Matt Badiali still expects the marijuana sector to continue to show healthy to overly large gains. Matt Badiali doesn’t seem to be the only Wall Street expert to draw these conclusions when seeing the huge profits the marijuana industry has shown in recent years. The well-known Miami-based trader, Jason Spatafora even had to conclude by saying there is an analogy between the Marijuana industry in Canada and the “Silicon Valley is to the U.S.” At present American investors are barred from investing in Canadian stocks. Furthermore, the marijuana industry is also infected with frauds or failures who are negatively disrupting a healthy market.
Among the leading industrialized nations known as the G7, Canad will be the first to legalize marijuana this coming year. For Canada, the excitement around this decision has drawn a tremendous push of interest among investors. The stock market showed in the last boom that Canada has numerous companies that have devoted enormous efforts at making cannabis profitable. There are companies like Newstrike, which were a gold mining business that got the idea to ditch gold and turn to marijuana. Noted bands like The Tragically Hip, became investors in Newstrike’s decision to go the route of marijuana, which gave Newstrike new power.
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— Matt Badiali (@MattBadialiGuru) September 18, 2018
AS an alternative to purchasing stocks in Canadian companies many investors are turning to American ETF’s to do their investing. There are two companies which show promise and are heavily invested in Canadian Cannabis companies: ETFMG Alternative Harvest ETF (NYSE: MJ) and AdvisorShares Vice ETF (Nasdaq: ACT). There are imminent hazards that the Cannabis industry could face in Canada. For example, if Cannabis is legalized more massive get involved, which would raise the competition for smaller growers and shrink the market to the more significant players. According to Matt Badiali, the marijuana sector will only grow in the future and after its legalization will draw great benefits to those expose themselves to its present investor benefits despite the fact that growers are considerd to be in a niche market.