Frankly, there couldn’t be a better time for the Pot Stock Profit Blueprint 2018.Canadian pot stocks

That’s because we’re just five months away from complete legalization of recreational marijuana in Canada. And on July 1, you’ll be able to walk into a convenience store and buy some weed or walk down the street smoking a joint.

Pablo Escobar’s mind would be blown – if he were still alive.

Speaking of which, I’d like to clear up three big questions related to this #1 growth market.

But first, you’ve got to confirm your spot at today’s LIVE webinar.

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 I’m going LIVE with ONLY 1,000 people in the webinar room. It all starts today at 12 p.m. ET / 9 a.m. PT.

Since we’re going to be 100% full – with every single seat taken – I’d recommend arriving at least 20 minutes before the “official start” time.

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QUESTION #1: I live in the U.S. Can I buy Canadian cannabis stocks?

ANSWER: Yes. Over 90% of these stocks – and every single one that I recommend – trades BOTH in Canada and here in the U.S. I’ve personally been able to buy these stocks at E*Trade without any problem. And other folks have done the same at TD Ameritrade and other popular online brokers.

Owning these stocks doesn’t create any new tax issues.  For example, you aren’t subject to Canadian taxes if you own shares of Canadian stocks. You’d simply report and pay capital gains on your profits, in the same way as if you’d invested in Apple stock.

QUESTION #2: Many of these stocks already doubled. Is there more upside?

ANSWER: Between October and January, shares of many stocks doubled. The price of a popular marijuana ETF jumped 157% during this time.

That huge run-up in prices was sparked by California recreational sales going LIVE on Jan.  1, 2018. There was strong anticipation of this event, and investors bid up the stocks very quickly.

After that big run, we’re seeing a temporary pullback. Chart traders call this a period of “consolidation” – where stock prices drop slightly, and move sideways. It’s a healthy thing that occurs in every bull market. We saw this during the dot-com boom in the 1990s, and during the cryptocurrency bull market.

This period of consolidation is the BEST TIME to build positions. Think of it like a second chance to BUY pot stocks that you missed . . . or a great time to increase the size of your positions before the next big move higher.

Go here to discover what stocks I’m buying right now.

QUESTION: Is it illegal to invest in these stocks? Am I breaking any laws?

ANSWER: IT IS COMPLETELY LEGAL TO BUY POT STOCKS THAT ARE PUBLICLY TRADED.

You aren’t violating any law by investing in a publicly traded cannabis stock.

Your brokerage firm isn’t going to report you to the Feds if you buy pot stocks. And Jeff Sessions isn’t going to be knocking on your door.

Honestly, if there were any legal issues related to buying these stocks, your brokerage firm would make it impossible for you to buy them. After all, your stock broker is REQUIRED to follow a pretty strict set of banking laws, rules and regulations.

Now that I’ve answered the “big three” questions, I’ve got to get ready for today’s event.

Are you ready?

Just go here ASAP – and I’ll save you a spot.

See you soon!

Ian Wyatt

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