How to Get Rich From This Rare Anomaly

Imagine for a moment that you’re the CEO of a company involved in the booming legal marijuana business.

It’s a pretty sweet spot to be in. Your industry is virtually guaranteed to boom for the next decade. Your business enjoys – and will continue to enjoy – a historic “tailwind.”

Success in these situations can be like hopping on a boat headed down a huge, fast-flowing river. You can practically float your way to profits.

Now, as that marijuana CEO, what are the most important numbers you look at each day? What is the most important chart you track?

The answer may surprise you.

It could be growth of legal marijuana sales in the U.S., Canada, or other parts of the world.

It could be the number of states that have legalized marijuana, or additional states about to hop on the cannabis bandwagon.

It could be a new poll that shows more Americans support total legalization.

Of course, your company’s operations – cash, sales growth, market share, profit margins, etc. – are always important.

But I’m going to show you the chart that is first and foremost on the minds of many marijuana CEOs. If you were one of them, you’d be obsessed with it, too.

Here’s the chart…

This is the stock price history of Cronos Group (CRON), one of the big marijuana companies, since mid-2016. In July of that year, the stock traded for only $0.25 a share. By January 2019, it had soared to $25.10.

That’s a nearly 10,000% return in two-and-half years!

Monster profits like that will have any CEO – and any investor – thinking about early retirement… about complete and total financial freedom.

Want that big lake house you’ve been dreaming of? How about a new Ferrari? A 10,000% return on your shares makes those things a lot more possible.

You can see why Cronos’ chart is a huge deal in the marijuana industry right now. CEOs want the same for their businesses and investors salivate over the profits. And yet, few understand the unique reason behind its incredible performance.

It’s due to an anomaly in the financial markets… one that could help you make enormous returns in the coming years.

I want to make sure you understand what is going on and how it can help you. This week, I will send you a special series of emails to show you how you can make a lot of money investing in what I call “Jumper Stocks.”

Jumping From the Minors to the Majors

Marijuana is on fire right now. I get asked about it almost everywhere I go.

It’s easy to see why. Pot stocks have been on the move, especially ones I have recommended. The stocks in my investing services gained nearly 30% on average in just the first quarter.

It all starts with a wave of marijuana legalization that is starting to sweep the world. Sales in the U.S. and Canada are growing more than 20% per year… and will for many years. The legal marijuana industry is set to grow 10-fold over the coming decade.

This will create massive new markets and stock winners. I expect Jumper Stocks will be among the biggest.

And that’s what makes this anomaly such a great opportunity.

While many U.S. states have legalized various forms of marijuana, the plant itself is still illegal on the federal level and classified as a Schedule 1 drug. This has significant ramifications. Among the most important are the ripple effects in financial regulation.

Quite simply, almost all marijuana companies cannot trade on the NYSE or NASDAQ.

Any company that touches the plant or engages in any activity that is deemed federally illegal will not be approved to list on the major exchanges… even if that company operates in a state where legalization has occurred.

This forces most marijuana companies to trade on what’s called the OTC market. OTC stands for “over the counter.” This market has long been a way for small companies to make their shares available to investors. OTC requirements are not as stringent as the NYSE or NASDAQ, and it’s a heck of a lot cheaper – two benefits to growing businesses.

Here’s the kicker: As legalization spreads, the door will open for many of these companies to uplist – or “jump” – to the big exchanges. It’s like being called up from the minor leagues to the major leagues.

Now, consider this. I mentioned how hot marijuana is right now. When a lot of folks want to invest in a sector, there are normally plenty of stocks for them to buy. That’s not the case with marijuana because of the federal prohibition.

Right now, there are only a handful of U.S.-listed marijuana stocks on the major stock exchanges.

You can probably guess what this means. The few U.S.-listed companies that do exist are like water in the desert. Investors can’t get to them fast enough. They receive an extraordinary amount of attention and money.

They’ve soared hundreds – even thousands – of percent.

There are huge benefits for OTC stocks that jump to the major exchanges. We’ll talk more about them in a future email. But here’s what you need to know for now: By the time they jump, the first wave of big gains will have already been banked.

That’s why it’s critical to buy before they jump. Actually, before they even announce they will jump.

We’re still in the early stages of this phenomenon. One day, most marijuana stocks will trade on a major exchange, but we are at least a few years away from that point – and there are fewer than 10 marijuana stocks on a major U.S. stock exchange right now. This gives you plenty of time and opportunity to make a lot of money in pot jumpers. As more marijuana companies go public on the minor exchanges, the list of potential jumpers gets even bigger.

Be sure to look for my email tomorrow when we’ll talk about a few stocks that already made the jump and why they took off. Later, I’ll share more about which stocks are eligible to jump and my system for finding the best potential jumpers.

P.S. I’ve been in this business for nearly two decades and I have never seen a method of quickly growing your wealth this promising.

You can make a heck of a lot of money very quickly when you invest in the best pot companies BEFORE they get listed here in America… before they “JUMP.”

This is the best catalyst in the marijuana space by far because once these tiny stocks list on the big boy exchanges, all bets are off.

But the key is to get in before this happens – while these stocks are still small. THAT’S where the biggest gains are made!

Click here for details on this opportunity and how you can get started today.

You’ll also learn about one of my newest cannabis stock recommendations for FREE and how to get access to four additional stocks that could soar 1,000%. Go here to learn more.

Note: This is Part 1 of a series on the opportunity in pot Jumper Stocks. Click here to read Part 2 now.

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