Today is Super Bowl Sunday!
While the NFL may have rejected this Super Bowl ad . . . they can’t stop the legal cannabis movement.
Some NFL Super Bowl stars are even investing in private cannabis stocks just like this one (click here for details).
Joe Montana is one of the best-known quarterbacks in NFL history. He led the San Francisco 49ers to four Super Bowl wins.
In 2017, Montana invested $4.1 million in a cannabis media company called Herb.
Last week, Montana announced another investment in the sector.
He participated in a $75 million financing in privately held Calva. Former Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz is another noteworthy investor in the deal.
Calva is a cannabis retailer operating in Silicon Valley. The company had some early success, including 350% revenue growth in 2018.
Smart money investors know that the biggest profits happen in private markets. That’s why they’re jumping into Pre-IPOs like Calva.
Another of the NFL’s Super Bowl stars, Tiki Barber, is also getting into cannabis.
After playing running back for the New York Giants for 10 years, Barber became an anchor on NBC’s Today.
In 2018, he co-founded an investment firm with one focus:
Investing in private marijuana companies – before they go public.
In a CNN interview, Barber explained “Cannabis stocks look a bit overvalued right now. It’s easier to be on the private side of this.”
Why are these NFL Super Bowl stars investing in private cannabis companies?
Because that’s where the big profits happen!
My research shows that private investments – known as Pre-IPOs – typically happen at a 50% discount.
That’s right. Publicly traded stocks typically command a 100% premium to their private counterparts.
Consider Tilray (NASDAQ: TLRY).
Before going public, the company raised financing at an estimated price of $8.90 per share.
Less than one year later, the stock went public in an initial public offering . . .
At $17 per share.
Pre-IPOs can be a “quick double” for folks who get in early.
Yours in Profits,