Practically every time you see someone in the news talking about the flourishing legalized cannabis market, they’re raving about long lines at dispensaries or the stiff competition among growers and cultivators. Sure, there’s money to be made there, but there’s a whole other angle to the canna-business that hardly anyone’s even mentioning.
Being first to market is an undeniable competitive advantage in any field, and the ever-growing legalized cannabis industry is no exception to this.
It’s unfortunate, but true: most investors only take a stake in their home country’s economy, which is a grave error because a truly diversified portfolio is international in scope. This is especially true for cannabis company investors, where people tend to over-concentrate on North America.
November was a real game changer for the cannabis industry. With these important changes, where are the leading cannabis investors allocating their capital now?
Across the planet, the cannabis industry is rapidly expanding into new frontiers like we’ve never witnessed before. The U.S. midterm elections brought us three more states with legalized marijuana, and now believe it or not, 80 million Americans now have legal access to recreational marijuana, medical marijuana, or both.