Four Ways to Score Big on Trump’s Mandate – Before the Crowd Arrives

1 | By Michael A. Robinson

Virtually every polling organization got it dead wrong. The vaunted Clinton Machine seemed to do everything wrong. I’m not even sure Donald Trump himself believed he was going to win.

Whatever happened, we ended up with the biggest election upset in modern U.S. history

But as interesting as that may be… I don’t care.

You see, I’m not a political analyst. My job is not to play favorites or analyze voting patterns.

I’m here to do one thing – put the very best Singularity Plays squarely in front of you.

We’re likely to see U.S. and global markets reel through at least some instability for the next week or so – in fact, we already saw some Tuesday night. Wall Street hates uncertainty, and that’s precisely what we seem to have now.

But I’m certain about one thing. This instability is masking a huge new opportunity in the “How We Survive” window of the Singularity Matrix.

It’s an opportunity that didn’t even exist before Election Day.

Let me show you what I mean…

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This Fortune 1000 Firm Has Bet Big on Pot – and so Should You

1 | By Michael A. Robinson

Older folks – including all those baby boomers reaching retirement age – are confronting a slew of age-related ailments, including glaucoma, cancer, arthritis, and back pain.

Cannabis-based remedies, as researchers are discovering, are uniquely suited to treating those diseases.

In other words, because of marijuana’s newly understood medicinal properties, it’s changing “How We Thrive” in the Singularity Era.

As that elderly population grows – and as it begins to grasp how well cannabis works to treat numerous diseases – so will the size of the medical marijuana market. And as I’ve been telling you in recent days, that makes legal marijuana one of the biggest profit opportunities I’ve ever seen.

In fact, “It is the biggest thing I’ve ever seen.”

That’s not me talking – but the CEO of a Fortune 1000 firm who’s got a plan to “Invest, like, half a billion in the pot business.”

This move may have been risky – but it’s looking like a success.

The company’s first two “pot acquisitions” have already increased sales by more than 20%. That’s nearly four times the growth rate of the rest of the company, and operating margins are on track to be about 30% higher than the company average.

Plus, the firm’s profits are up 50% in the last four years.

And its shares have increased 33% in the past year, compared to 1.5% growth for the S&P 500.

So, as more and more states legalize cannabis – including up to nine of them today – this company’s shares will soar 30% in just the next 12 months… and beyond.

And so will its shareholders’ profits…

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