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The Millionaire’s Income Secret

You can search for the secrets of wealth building in books…

And you can search for them on the internet…

But if you want to learn one of the great secrets of investing – a way to build great wealth safely and surely – just step outside and take a look around.

One of the all-time greatest secrets of building wealth will look you right in the face.

What will you see outside?

What incredible wealth secret will look you right in the face?

This special report will tell you all about this secret… and show how you can put it to work in order to massively increase your level of financial freedom.

***Chances are, you’re reading this report in a city or at least a good-sized town.

If you go outside for a walk, you’ll see apartment buildings, office buildings, gas stations, hospitals, hotels, convenience stores, and all kinds of shops.

The secret is in all of those things.

Or, maybe you live near a forest, a mall, an airport, or a factory. The secret is in those things as well.

In fact, it’s in almost everything around you.

***The places I’ve just described are fixtures in everyday modern life. They are modern life.

We live in homes and apartments. We work in offices and factories. We go to the gym. We go to the doctor. We go shopping and eat out at restaurants. We buy gasoline, groceries, and gadgets. We store things in warehouses and self-storage units.

In America, we make hundreds of millions of transactions every day for what we want and need.

At the center of all these different transactions – the foundation it all rests on – is real estate.

Restaurants, offices, shops, grocery stores, homes, labs, factories, storage facilities, warehouses, and hotels all need physical locations. People need to live in apartments and houses. And that means billions of dollars will be paid in rent every single month in America.

It’s as dependable as the rising sun.

Real estate.

We all need it.

We need real estate in a much more profound way than we “need” new Teslas, new iPhones, new clothes, or new sneakers.

Real estate is the most fundamental and necessary asset in the world.

Try buying food from a grocer with no stand or store. Try farming with no fields. Try operating a store with no walls, no doors, and no roof.

You can’t do it.

You have to have real estate.

***We all pay rent – either indirectly or directly – every single day.

When you buy food, you pay a little bit of the grocer’s rent. When you visit the doctor, you pay a little bit of her rent. When you buy a shirt, you pay a little bit of the store’s rent. When you buy something on Amazon, you pay a little bit of Amazon’s rent. When you subscribe to a month of Netflix, you pay a little bit of Netflix’s rent.

All across America, huge rivers of rent payments flow from town to town, state to state, and coast to coast.

The value of all those rent checks runs north of a trillion dollars annually… multiple times the value of all the cars and smartphones sold in the United States.

***By now, you’ve put two and two together.

If you didn’t know why owning real estate is one of the world’s most powerful wealth building strategies before you read this report, you know it now.

We all pay rent in some form or another. The demand for real estate is as reliable as the setting sun.

That’s why “wealth” and “real estate” are virtually synonymous in America.

You might recall becoming aware of this fact at a young age. Wherever you grew up, chances are very good that the richest families owned the best real estate.

Real estate is power and wealth.

Wealth and power are real estate.

***Since the demand for real estate is so pervasive and so reliable, owning real estate can easily become one the most lucrative, most empowering things you ever do. It’s a much safer, much more predictable way to invest than the way most people invest in the stock market.

Whether you like it or not, investing forces you to make bets on the future. It forces you to make some forecasts.

With this in mind, think about these facts…

  • It’s not easy to predict which tech company will come up with the best app or the best gadget. But it’s very easy to predict that all those companies will have to pay office rent.
  • It’s very hard to predict which restaurant chains will dominate in five years. But it’s very easy to predict that all those restaurants will have to pay their landlords or they will quickly go out of business.
  • It’s very hard to predict which stores on New York City’s legendary 5th Avenue will be the most successful in a decade. But it’s very easy to predict that all the stores on 5th Avenue will have to pay rent in order to survive.

***Chances are, you were convinced that owning real estate is a good idea before you started reading this report.

If you weren’t convinced before, then you are now.

Now that we have that out of the way, let’s talk about how to do it.

Speaking very generally, there are two ways to go about it as an investor.

Directly, or indirectly.

Direct Real Estate Investment

When you invest in real estate directly, you buy and manage the property yourself. This can be very lucrative, but it also takes a lot of time and energy to do it properly. Plus, there are lots of challenges.

For starters, how well do you understand the business of real estate?

As one of the world’s great investors, Warren Buffett, says “Invest in what you know, and nothing more.”

When it comes to real estate investing, how well do you know it?

To begin, even within the real estate industry, there are many different ways to be involved. And each way is slightly different.

For instance, you could invest in single family rental homes… or vacant land… or multifamily properties… or office buildings… or retail buildings… or specialized real estate, like a mobile home park… There are tons of ways to be a real estate investor. Whatever area you choose, it takes a LOT of work and time to really understand it.

But for simplicity, let’s say you want to buy and rent single family homes. This ends up requiring a lot of work.

First, you have to become educated about the housing market in which you’re going to invest. What are average home prices? What are average rents? Are market values increasing or decreasing? Why? How do things like the local schools, shopping areas, and crime affect neighborhood values?

Next, you have to develop a keen sense for finding quality tenants. After all, if you end up leasing your new property to a tenant who will treat it badly, or won’t have the ability to pay your rent, it can turn into a nightmare very quickly.

But let’s assume you find a good tenant. Now you’re a landlord. This means you’re on the hook for just about everything. The AC breaks down? It’s on you to fix it – and pay the hefty repair bill.

The toilet gets clogged? You’re getting the call to deal with it immediately, even though it’s a Saturday afternoon and you’re on the golf course.

Termites in the kitchen? Break out your checkbook and start looking for a good exterminator.

And if you don’t want these headaches, well, break out your checkbook anyway because you’re going to have to hire a good property manager.

Of course, that has its challenges, too – how can you be sure you’re hiring a good property manager? How much should you pay them? Plus, this is going to reduce how much money you’re making from your real estate investment. Is it worth it?

Yes, investing directly in real estate can be rewarding, but you can see that it can very easily turn into a headache, requiring lots of time and/or money.

So, what’s another – perhaps easier – way to be a real estate investor?

Indirect Real Estate Investment

You can also own real estate through the stock market… by owning real estate investment trusts, or REITs.

REITs are businesses that own income-producing real estate in all sorts of real estate sectors (such as the ones I referenced earlier – single family homes, apartments, offices, and so on).

Most REITs own dozens of properties in different geographical areas. For example, the big shopping mall REIT Simon Property Group owns hundreds of malls across America. The big office REIT Boston Properties owns over 150 office buildings across America. The big apartment REIT Equity Residential owns more than 70,000 apartment units across the country.

You know how ETFs allow investors to own big groups of stocks with just one click in a brokerage account? You can think of REITs like ETFs for properties.

To be considered a REIT by the government, a company must pay out at least 90% of its taxable income to its shareholders. This means that REITs can be a great source of cash flow for investors like you and me.

The Many Benefits of Investing in REITs

REITs offer investors many benefits not found with traditional, direct real estate investing.

First, a REIT can provide far greater safety. As any real estate investor who was burned in the U.S. housing bubble can tell you, owning an investment property all by yourself can be extremely dangerous.

What if you buy at the wrong point in the market cycle and the value of your property starts dropping? What if rents begin to decline, and they get so low that they’re unable to cover your mortgage?

Back to what we talked about a moment ago… what if you get a nightmare tenant who stops paying rent, forcing you to go through the lengthy, complicated eviction process?

REITs can help you avoid all of that.

This is because when you invest in a REIT, you’re investing in many properties all at once – sometimes hundreds or even thousands.

This means that if anything bad happens to a single one of them, your entire investment isn’t affected. In other words, your wealth is diversified, and that makes your money far safer.

Think about it – if you buy a rental property, odds are you’ll be forced to put down a hefty down payment. Depending on the market and the type of property, this could easily be in the tens, if not hundreds, of thousands of dollars. And remember, that’s just for one property!

This is the proverbial “putting all your eggs in one basket” mistake.

Now, what happens if the rental market in which you bought this property turns south? Maybe a major employer that was headquartered in that community was forced to close up shop. Hundreds, possibly even thousands, of jobs are lost. Residents move away, leading to housing vacancies and slashed property values. Unfortunately, all of your real estate investment is focused in this one rental property, in this one community. So, your money is 100% vulnerable.

With REITs, you could take that same amount of money you used for your down payment and spread it across all sorts of different REIT sectors – say, residential, corporate, retail, or specialty, like the one I’ll tell you about in a moment. This would enable you to diversify your wealth by sector, geography, and hundreds or thousands of different, unique properties.

The result?

Your money is far more insulated from any sort of negative news that might impact one specific investment.

Diversification isn’t just about “playing defense” with your invested dollars. It also sets the stage for big winners.

You see, being invested in more REIT sectors increases the odds that one of those sectors produces great returns for you.

When you’re well-diversified, part of your invested dollars would be benefiting from that specific, hot sector. If all your money is tied up in one down payment on a single rental property, you could be missing out.

Another key benefit of REITs is stability.

When you invest in the latest high-flying stock, you better have an iron stomach. Those sorts of investments can be down 25% one day, up 15% the next, then down another 40% the day after.

Frankly, this can be really hard on an investor’s emotions, oftentimes resulting in a sale at exactly the wrong time.

When you invest in a REIT, it’s far more stable. You rarely see those kinds of huge price swings in quality REITs. And that’s for good reason – real estate isn’t a volatile investment. That’s because the variables that affect real estate values don’t change quickly.

Instead, they tend to rise or fall relatively slowly, over many quarters – not days. This makes your REIT investment far easier on your nerves.

REIT investing also offers the huge benefit of liquidity. Because REITs trade like stocks, if you experience a personal emergency that requires cash immediately, you can sell your REIT shares just like normal stock shares.

If you owned a rental home, how quickly do you think you could sell it?

Whatever your answer is, I guarantee it’s not “immediately” like it is with a REIT investment. (And let’s not forget the broker fees that would eat away at any profits you might have made!)

Finally, let’s talk about perhaps the biggest benefit of REIT investing – the huge yields.

As I mentioned earlier, REITs are required to pay out at least 90% of taxable income to shareholders in the form of dividends. Historically, this has meant dividend checks that are significantly larger than normal stock dividends.

For example, in late 2019, the average dividend of the S&P 500 was 2.04%. Meanwhile, the FTSE Nareit All REITs Index yielded 4.3% – more than twice as much.

But that’s just the start. Many REITs offer significantly greater yields. It’s not uncommon to find yields from quality REITs coming in upward of 8%, 10%, even 12%.

Let’s put this into perspective…

Say you made two investments.

Investment A is $25,000 put into the benchmark S&P 500, yielding 2.04%. You’re going to reinvest your dividends.

Investment B is a high-quality REIT yielding 10%. You’ll also be reinvesting your dividends.

After 20 years, how do the returns of these two investments compare?

Assuming there’s been zero capital appreciation, the S&P 500 investment has climbed from $25,000 to $37,441.

That’s 50% higher – and remember, those gains have come through nothing other than reinvesting dividends. Not bad!

But that’s nothing compared to how our REIT performed…

The 10%-yielding REIT grew from $25,000 all the way to $168,187!

That’s a gain of over 570%! From dividends alone!

That’s the massive, wealth-generating power of big-yielding, high-quality REITs.

But enough with hypothetical comparisons. Let’s look at real, historical market data to see how REITs have performed over the years relative to stocks.

The Long-Term Market Performance of REITs

Pop quiz – take five major asset classes: U.S. stocks, international stocks, long-term government bonds, Treasury Bills, and REITs.

If you compared their compound rate of return since 1972, which would come in highest?

Though it surprises most people, if you guessed stocks (either U.S. or international), you’d be wrong.

Below is a chart from research firm Morningstar comparing returns for these asset classes from 1972 through 2017. It assumes a hypothetical investment of $1 in each asset class in 1972.

As you can see, REITs returned the most, leading the way with a compound annual return of 11.8%. That’s right: Real estate stocks outperform regular stocks.

Remember our hypothetical $25,000 investment from a moment ago?

Had we invested it in a basket of REITs yielding 11.8% for 47 years (from 1972 until 2019), we’d be sitting on a staggering $4.7 million portfolio.

The Various Types of REITs

Now that you know what a powerful wealth-generating tool REITs can be, let’s briefly go over the most popular types available for investment.

Most REITs operate as “equity REITs.” Within this category you’ll find the following sectors:

Retail: REITS that own, manage, and rent space to retail tenants like malls, outlet centers, and grocery-anchored shopping centers.

Residential: REITS that own, manage, and rent various forms of residences, including apartment buildings, student housing, manufactured homes, and single-family homes.

Infrastructure: REITS that own, manage, and rent properties related to infrastructure, such as fiber cables, wireless infrastructure, telecommunications towers, and energy pipelines.

Healthcare: REITS that own, manage, and rent properties related to healthcare activities, such as senior living facilities, hospitals, medical office buildings, and skilled nursing facilities.

Office: REITS that own, manage, and rent properties related to office buildings, ranging from small, local office parks to huge skyscrapers.

Industrial: REITS that own, manage, and rent properties related to industrial facilities, such as warehouses and distribution centers.

Data Centers: REITS that own, manage, and rent properties related to data storage, which often requires specialized services including uninterruptable power supplies, air-cooled chillers, and physical security.

Self-Storage: REITS that own, manage, and rent properties related to storage facilities that rent to both individuals and businesses.

Lodging: REITS that own, manage, and rent properties related to lodging, such as hotels and resorts, catering to both vacationers and businesses.

Timberland: REITS that own, manage, and rent properties related to the harvesting and selling of timber.

Prison: REITs that own, manage, and rent properties related to the corrections and detention management industry.

In addition to equity REITs, you could also invest in what’s called an “mREIT,” which stands for “Mortgage REIT.” This type of REIT provides financing for income-producing real estate, by purchasing mortgages or mortgage-backed securities.

In essence, as an mREIT investor, you’d be investing in other people’s mortgages, though that could be residential or commercial.

I know that’s a lot to take in. There are many kinds of REITs.

But that’s a good thing. It means this market offers many ways to invest in a style that suits your interests, goals, and risk tolerance.

And keep in mind, while the value and income-producing potential of most REITs are influenced by broad economic factors like interest rates and economic growth, individual sectors and individual geographical areas often march to the beat of their own drummers.

Since there is a wide variety of REITs out there – and since each sector has its own ups and downs – that means you’ll see lots of opportunity to buy properties during “down periods”… when they sell off and trade for good values.

Why Buying a Good REIT at a Good Price is a “One Decision” Investment

Let’s go back to our simple, extremely powerful thesis for owning real estate.

Restaurants, offices, shops, grocery stores, homes, labs, factories, storage facilities, warehouses, and hotels all need physical locations.

People need to live in apartments and houses. And that means billions of dollars will be paid in rent every single month in America. It’s as dependable as the rising sun.

That’s why “wealth” and “real estate” are virtually synonymous.

And that’s also why buying a high-quality, cash-producing collection of real estate assets at a good price can be the kind of “magic” transaction an intelligent investor craves and constantly searches for…

The “one decision” investment. Buy it and never sell.

The “one decision” investment is sort of a Holy Grail for rich, sophisticated investors. The goal here is to buy high-quality assets and never sell them… and simply enjoy their appreciation in value and substantial cash flows for decades.

No “fast money” trading.

Just the safe, secure, reliable building of wealth.

For example, in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, most REITs were deeply depressed – mortgage REITs were trading around 40% lower. People were worried the Second Great Depression was upon us.

But say you were a savvy investor who realized what a tremendous opportunity this was, so you purchased the large public storage REIT, Public Storage.

In January 2009, you could have purchased Public Storage for $60 per share. And at that time, it paid a quarterly dividend of $0.55 per share. That equated to an annual dividend yield of 3.7%.

Fast forward to mid-2019… when Public Storage’s stock price was around $220 per share.

Assuming you reinvested your dividends along the way, that’s a gain of 380% on your initial investment!

Now, while that’s fantastic, here’s what truly astounding: From 2009 to 2019, Public Storage raised its annual dividend from $2.20 to $8.

At your original purchase price of $60, this means that your 2019 dividend yield based on your original investment would be 13.3%!

If you think that’s impressive, this next example will really blow you away…

In 2001, the stock market was reeling from the dot-com implosion. Though REITs had fared better than technology investments, many investors had thrown in the towel on them as well.

Take Simon Property Group, for example. Simon specializes in regional malls. There’s a good chance you’ve probably shopped in one of its locations.

In 2001, Simon’s market price was at a 15% discount to its net asset value. But again, what if you had recognized this opportunity and bought some shares?

In November 2001, you could have purchased Simon for $26 per share. And at that time, it paid a quarterly dividend of $0.525 per share. This equated to an annual dividend yield of 8%.

In 2019, Simon’s stock price reached $183 per share.

Assuming you reinvested your dividends along the way, by 2019 you’d be sitting on a gain of over 1,300%! That’s a huge return from boring ‘ole real estate.

But again, let’s now look at how the dividend has grown…

From 2001 to 2019, Simon raised its annual dividend from $2.10 per share to $8.20 per share.

At your original purchase price of $26, this means that your 2019 dividend yield based on your original investment would be 31.5%!

When you buy a high-quality collection of income-producing real estate at a bargain price, you get what could be called an “enlightened” view of economic recessions and market declines. While others worry, you relax.

After all, if you’re earning a safe 31.5% yield on your collection of high-quality real estate assets, do you care if the stock market drops 12% or 22% next year?

Do you care about the $5 spike in oil prices or that Microsoft reports terrible earnings and drags the Dow Industrials down 1.8% on the day?

Not really… unless you get entertainment value out that kind of news. But it certainly won’t affect your passive real estate income.

You can sleep soundly at night… and be comfortable knowing that no matter what the stock market does, folks are still going to be sending in rent checks.

You know the stock market could decline by 20% and you would still get your 12% yield. That’s the peace of mind accumulating quality real estate assets at bargain prices will give you.

That’s the power of a great “one decision” investment.

IIPR: One REIT to Consider Now

As we’ve talked about, you can buy REITs in almost anything. But one sector you might not automatically think about is the booming marijuana sector. We’re generating large income payments through covered calls, but there’s also a great marijuana REIT out there with big upside potential and little risk. It also generates solid income and has a brilliant business model that is absolutely perfect for marijuana at this early stage of explosive growth.

Warren Buffett, the most legendary investor of our time, likes to put his money into companies with what he calls a “moat” around them, meaning it’s not easy for other companies to compete. The marijuana industry may not have the biggest moat around it, but it’s not very easy to start a marijuana business.

That’s in part because of real estate. You can’t just go buy a few hundred acres, plant seeds like you’re Johnny Cannabis, and expect to be able to sell it. It’s not easy to grow the high-grade marijuana that would be used for medical purposes. There are still strict regulations in each state even as legalization spreads. And… don’t forget, marijuana remains illegal on the federal level.

I’m certain that is going to change, but until it does, the federal picture is a big hurdle for a lot of potential businesses. Imagine trying to get funding for something that is still illegal – well, sort of illegal anyway.

That’s where Innovative Industrial Properties (IIPR) comes in.

This company is one of the first to see and take advantage of the opportunity in helping marijuana companies with the growing process. Founded in December 2016, the company made its IPO that same month on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). It was the first publicly traded U.S. company to provide real estate capital to the medical marijuana industry.

I love Innovative Industrial Properties’ business model. The company buys freestanding properties from medical marijuana growers that are – and this is key – already approved by their respective states. It then leases the properties right back to the growers under a long-term agreement. This gives the growers an infusion of capital to expand their operations and increase production. In return, Innovative Industrial Properties receives regular rent payments under a long-term lease.

Told you it was brilliant.

The company will only enter into these agreements with established and licensed growers, so we’re not talking speculative deals here that could blow up. If you’re interested in how the leases are structured, here are sample terms the company publishes:

  • Targeted deal size: $5 million to $30+ million
  • Additional expansion capital available
  • Lease term: 10 to 20 years
  • Initial base rent: 10% to 16% on total investment (based on property underwriting)
  • Annual base rent escalations: 3% to 4.5%
  • Security deposit and corporate guaranty based on credit underwriting
  • Transaction timeline: closing 30 to 60 days from signed purchase and sale agreement

Current Portfolio

Innovative Industrial Properties currently has funding/lease arrangements for 53 properties across 15 states, which is impressive because the company has only been in existence for a little more than three years.

Here are some of the highlights:

  • Vireo Health rents 229,000 total square feet of space through four facilities, one each in Pennsylvania, New York, Ohio, and Minnesota. It is a physician-led company that provides high-quality medicinal products to dispensaries in the four states. Vireo is private and has been successful in raising over $40 million from accredited investors since it launched.
  • PharmaCann has a 127,000-square foot facility it leases in New York. It has 54,000+ square-foot facilities currently under development in Massachusetts, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Illinois. PharmaCann is the largest vertically integrated and unified medical cannabis company operating in highly regulated states.
  • Holistic Industries currently has one facility of 72,000 square feet in Maryland. The company was the first cultivation center in the Washington, D.C. area. The advisors and board members are a who’s who of that region, which should lead to more success. The company also boasts that it was one of the first to bring cannabidiol (CBD) to the market.
  • The Pharm leases a large facility in Arizona with 358,000 total square feet. It also leases a small 2,000 square-foot retail space in Phoenix. The company sells its products under the brand name Sunday Goods and is a major player in the state. Its products range from dry flower to oils to creams and can be found in over 50 dispensaries in Arizona and California. The company also has the ability to ship goods to a large portion of Arizona.

  • Green Peak Innovations has developed a 111,000-square foot facility in Michigan, one of the largest medical cannabis markets in the country in part because it has been available to patients since 2008.

That’s a great start for the company, which is still growing as it repeats its lucrative deals with more growers in more states.

Follow the Leader

It’s no secret that marijuana stocks can be volatile – that volatility actually helps our strategy here in Cannabis Cash Weekly. Innovative Industrial Properties is a smart way to invest because you’re buying a stock with strong upside potential as legalization spreads but with a lower-risk business model. It owns hard assets and has long-term leases to companies in a booming business. Investors love to see that.

As more states legalize marijuana for both medical and recreational use, there will be a need for more growing facilities. Innovative Industrial Properties is already the leader, and the ability to raise money as a private company combined with already solid financials is a win-win for investors.

Think about it. If you were opening a new cultivation facility in a state that has just legalized marijuana, wouldn’t you want to work with the leader? Most people would, and this is why we’ll see Innovative Industrial Properties generate even more robust growth as its portfolio of facilities increases, which will lead to more income, a bigger dividend, and a higher stock price.

The Numbers

How much higher? Well, I think Innovative Industrial has the potential to be a 10-bagger in the next decade. If – or I should say when – recreational marijuana becomes legal in the U.S., it could turn the real estate leader into a multi-billion-dollar company. You want to own it before that happens.

The company is in a solid position to enjoy that big upside in part because of where it is today financially. The first number that sticks out to me is the amount of debt: $0.  It does not owe anybody any money. That is great for a small company. It makes it much easier to raise money from the secondary markets or tap the debt market at a decent interest rate if and when it needs to raise capital.

Then there are the quarterly results. Innovative Industrial Properties’ last earnings release came in February. The company beat on both the top and bottom lines. Funds from operations (FFO), which are how REITs report earnings, came in at $1.09 per share, crushing expectations by $0.22. Meanwhile, revenue of $17.7 million soared 269% from a year ago and beat expectations by $3.3 million.

Looking ahead, earnings for the full year are expected to leap from $2.03 per share in 2019 to $3.82 here in 2020. Growth will continue into next year with analysts looking for a 44% bump to $5.50 per share. Revenue should more than double this year and grow another 47% next year.

In addition, Innovative Industrial kicks out a solid dividend because of its structure as a REIT. In January, it paid a quarterly dividend of $1 per common share – representing a 186% increase from the previous year and 28% growth from the prior quarter. The company has raised its dividend several times through the years.

So we have a marijuana investment with big upside potential and a decent dividend. Who would have thought it?

Get In Now

Innovative Industrial Properties is one of those “best of all worlds” type of investments. I like it first and foremost for its upside potential in the marijuana mega-trend, but the dividends can make your returns even bigger.

The stock has generally traded well since it went public late in 2016.

It’s gone on quite a run, but there are still big profits and juicy dividends ahead in this company that is a unique way to profit off of the booming marijuana trend. I see Innovative Industrial Properties as a strong investment at current prices and even up to $105.

Summing Up

One more time for emphasis: Real estate is the most fundamental and necessary asset in the world.

Restaurants, offices, shops, grocery stores, homes, labs, factories, storage facilities, warehouses, and hotels all need physical locations. People need to live in apartments and houses. And that means billions of dollars will be paid in rent every single month in America.

We all pay rent – either indirectly or directly – every single day. The demand for real estate is as reliable as the setting sun. That’s why “wealth” and “real estate” are virtually synonymous.

Real estate is power and wealth. And when purchased intelligently, a large and stable source of passive income for decades.

We’re generating large and stable passive income one way here in Cannabis Cash Weekly. I wanted to be sure you also know about Innovative Industrial Properties, another idea for growth and income in the exploding marijuana industry.

Until next time,

Matt McCall
Editor, Cannabis Cash Weekly