How to Buy Pot Stocks
Cannabis investing is one of the most exciting sectors right now.
There are hundreds of billions of dollars to be made from an industry growing at more than 30% per year.
But some investors are finding themselves locked out of the run-up because their brokers don’t allow them to trade shares of cannabis companies.
As a result, one of the most common questions I’m asked is “How do I buy shares of cannabis companies?”
For the new or uninitiated, this can be trickier than it might first appear.
Some pot stocks can be bought easily enough on major U.S. exchanges, like the New York Stock Exchange or Nasdaq. But in reality, that’s a limited number of offerings.
This is where those new to cannabis investing get confused and start scratching their heads.
Today I’ll walk you through where you can and can’t access cannabis companies, as well as which discount brokers are on board.
Hopefully, over the next couple of years, as the industry continues to be legitimized, we’ll see more cannabis companies begin trading on major U.S. exchanges.
Until then, you can use this video as your guide.
Here’s to high returns,
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