1,025% Profits When Canadian Cannabis Takes Over U.S.

Today, cannabis is 100% legal for recreational use in Canada.U.S. pot stocks
Now, all eyes turn to the U.S. and the Nov. 6 midterm elections.
Three of Canada’s biggest “pot stocks” – with a combined market value of $23.8 billion – are turning their attention to the U.S.
It’s sparking a NEW Marijuana Buyout Boom.
Click here for my top U.S. pot stocks to BUY – before they get acquired.
As Canada’s market gets more mature . . .
The major players are looking for international growth. So, they’re spinning off new public companies to acquire U.S. pot stocks — companies in California, Colorado, Oregon and Washington states.
Do you own the RIGHT stocks – those companies that will be acquired at a huge premium?
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Canopy Growth

In September, Canopy Growth (NYSE: CGC) spun off Canopy Rivers (TSX: RIV) in an IPO.
Canopy Rivers had raised C$104 million from investors back in July. That pre-IPO private placement was completed at C$3.50.
The new public company is designed to leverage Canopy’s dominant market position and connections. It’ll pursue acquisitions around the world.
Shares were recently trading around C$6 – 71% above the private placement price.

Aurora Cannabis

Also in September, Aurora Cannabis (OTC: ACBFF) launched a new company for marijuana M&A initiatives.
Dubbed Australis Capital (CNSX: AUSA), the company raised C$17 million. Shares were offered at the bargain price of just C$0.20.
The stock opened for trading and quickly shot above C$3! It has since retreated.
Even at a recent price of C$2.25, investors are up an astounding 1,025% in four months!

The Green Organic Dutchman

Unlike Canopy and Aurora, The Green Organic Dutchman (OTC: TGODF) isn’t currently producing cannabis. The company decided to skip medical marijuana, and simply wait for recreational legalization.
That hasn’t stopped the company from achieving a $1 billion market capitalization – making TGOD one of the most valuable pot stocks.
In July, the company announced plans to spin off a new company called TGOD Acquisition. The company plans to raise C$10 million from investors. The newly public company will focus on acquisitions of U.S. pot stocks.
This new IPO is expected by December (click here for details).
Think about it . . .
Three of the biggest Canadian cannabis companies – with a combined market value of $23.8 billion – are jumping into the U.S. market.
In fact, they’ve already set up newly public companies and raised millions of dollars from investors.
Now’s the time to load up on these U.S. pot stocks – BEFORE they get bought up at a premium.
My urgent briefing reveals important details (it’s FREE).
Yours in Profits,
Ian Wyatt

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