We’ve been looking at legal marijuana stocks a lot lately.
If you need a reminder as to why, well, look at this…
In 2013, the market for medically “sanctioned’ marijuana was worth about $1.5 billion. It’s expected to reach $6.7 billion this year – and $35 billion by 2020. And by 2029: The market is projected to reach $100 billion.
Those are hefty numbers.
And those of us excited about medical marijuana – about this new technology – just got some great news.
You see, cannabis just joined the ETF game.
Yesterday marked the historic launch of the Horizons Medical Marijuana Life Sciences ETF (TSE: HMMJ) on the Toronto Stock Exchange.
This first-of-its-kind fund is composed of 14 Canadian and U.S. cannabis stocks.
A marijuana ETF can limit losses and maximize upside, and, therefore, it offers a safe way to play the $6.7 billion North American cannabis market.
ETFs help protect investors through diversification that offsets losses from single stocks.
That’s great – and investors searching for a safe, steady way to play the world of pot stocks should look into it.
But you and I know that marijuana legalization continues to march across the United States – and is poised to take over Canada next year.
And so, the marijuana market is literally exploding with stocks poised to double, triple, and quadruple. In just the past few months, I’ve watched a number of weed stocks shoot up as high as 1,016%, 630%, 243%, 182%, and 158%.
And with full legalization in the Great White North approaching, we’re looking at an event of historic proportions here – and for those numbers to explode even higher.
To make sure you know how to get a stake in this opportunity, I’m hosting a special FREE Pot Stock Millionaire Summit next Thursday. That’s April 14, at 6 p.m. Eastern.
You don’t want to miss this because a certain class of pot penny stocks could soon turn a small stake into $100,000 or more.
So click here right now – and we’ll hold your “spot.” And we’ll send your information and instructions on how to attend this free summit in a flash.
I’ll see you back here tomorrow.
Cheers and good investing,
Michael A. Robinson