One tiny Canadian company holds the simple secret . . .
To producing the cheapest and highest quality cannabis in North America.
That’s why the cannabis stock is expected to go from $0 to $20 million in profits – BEFORE the end of 2020.
Don’t wait – the cannabis stock is expected to go public within 30 days. And the share price of the cannabis stock will likely be much, much higher by then.
Frankly, this single company could become the lowest-cost producer in Canada. That makes this company an attractive buyout target for any of the major producers like Canopy Growth (NYSE: CGC) or Aurora Cannabis (NYSE: ACB).
Because 99% of Canadian cannabis companies have a huge problem. The product is horrible. And it costs 80% more than a superior product on the black market.
So, how did this happen?
These legacy cannabis companies went public during the initial Green Rush.
Collectively, they raised billions from investors. They built out expensive indoor growing rooms and greenhouses to allow for a year-round growing season.
These facilities are expensive to develop. Plus, they have huge ongoing costs related to irrigation and electricity. That makes it expensive for these companies to produce marijuana.
The Canadian government then makes it even worse. High taxes make the product much more expensive than black market product. Plus, the government has curtailed the buildout of cannabis retail locations.
For the typical Canadian, the cost of legal cannabis is higher. The quality is worse. And it’s less convenient than simply buying product on the black market (which has been decriminalized).
Yet one tiny cannabis company was founded with a better strategy.
By using a centuries-old approach, this tiny cannabis stock is able to produce a better product at a far lower cost. And that’s why it has a strategic advantage.
For example, the company expects to produce 1 gram of THC oil extract for less than $2. Yet the market price of that THC oil is around $10 per gram.
The simple economics should help this company become very profitable from Day One.
In fact, this year the company expects revenues to top $23 million.
Meanwhile, cash profits are expected to surge to $18 million!
You’re literally talking about a 78% operating profit margin.
Frankly, any of the major U.S. or Canadian companies would KILL for these types of results. And investors are likely to be thrilled with this type of financial performance.
Here’s the good news . . .
The company just planted its first crop. It’s literally going into the ground this week.
Plus, the share price of this cannabis stock hasn’t taken off. That’s because the company is privately held. And it’s preparing to go public within the next 30 days.
Today, you can join me as an early investor in this cannabis stock. It’s your chance to get in on the ground floor.
Yours in Health & Wealth,