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7 Ways to Get Rich with Marijuana Stocks: Options to Invest in a Booming Sector

Invest for a Secure Future, Book 1
Written by: Easwar Koovappadi CPA
Narrated by: Art Stone
Length: 46 mins

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Legalization of marijuana and prospects for investment.

Whenever laws are passed, huge opportunity is created. In 1933, liquor prohibition was lifted in USA. This created a huge opportunity for gains for people who were alert and saw it coming. A similar trend is happening in the legalization of marijuana. Several states have allowed partial legalization for medical purposes and a few for recreational use. Where do you invest?

There are seven avenues: growers, dispensaries, packaging and merchandising, pharma developers, nutrient, real estate, and ETF. There are opportunities to reap windfall gains. However, there are risks, too. A few would do well and deliver stellar returns. The purpose of this book is to provide general information. This is not investment advice. 

©2018 Easwar Koovappadi (P)2018 Easwar Koovappadi

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  • Cynthia
  • 2019-10-31

Falling asleep while listening, but seemed helpful

Lots of disclosures at the beginning, I'm sure the author has to legally inform the listeners that they are not liable for changes in the stock market and they won't update the audiobook if the companies change or the market changes, they are not financial advisors or lawyers, blah blah blah...

I didn't fact check any of the info in this audiobook to see if it's still relevant because the narrators voice was lulling me to sleep. A PDF of the companies and growers and everything that was covered in this short audiobook would have been extremely helpfull, so I can just bypass the narrator that was lulling me to sleep and get on with learning something.

Overall, it seems like a well researched, informative audiobook, but the narrators voice was making me nod off. I'll try listening again and taking notes to see if any of this is still relevant, but I'll increase the narraton speed, maybe that will help.