Marijuana is about to become completely legalized in Canada. The movement for the legalization of cannabis is everywhere. In the U.S. the loophole of medicinal use has already swayed thirty states, with eight even legalizing its recreational use. But nationwide access is a long way off. Most countries worldwide still hold cannabis as illegal, but Canada is going to try its hand at trendsetting. It is going to become the first official G7 country to adopt nationwide cannabis legalization for medicinal and recreations use.
This decision carries with a lot of implications. For companies dealing in marijuana this means a lot more money. The cannabis market netted over $6 billion dollars in legalized sales last year even with restrictions. Operating with no restrictions has many investors crying boom. Unfortunately for stateside investors such skyrocketing stocks are unavailable. Luckily, investment guru Matt Badiali has a detour that leads to nice slice of cannabis pie.
Matt Badiali is an expert investor with a background in geology. He uses his talent and expertise to provide actionable advice for average investors in the natural resource market. He is known for his hands-on approach to finance, and for the way he inspects natural resource companies various operations. He uses first-hand knowledge to create reliable projections. Matt Badiali is also a master of the market and understands fully how events can create a domino effect. He has already printed more than one article on Canadian cannabis, using the two newsletters he helms for Banyan Hill as a bully pulpit. His articles warn of the dangers of fraud existent in the cannabis market, but also hearken investors to backdoor investment that can be made stateside.
As the companies who are about to explode are Canadian, American investors cannot purchase stocks in them. This means for most they have to wait for the U.S. to follow suit. However, many U.S. businesses invest in Canadian cannabis already. Such business would enjoy a percentage of the profit full legalization brings. Should investors buys stock in these companies, which are known as exchange traded-funds, part of those profits would come to them. In this Matt Badiali ensures investors a piece of the pie, without the risk of fraud.