As the green revolution takes over more and more states the beneficiaries of relaxed marijuana laws will be long-suffering patients, legal weed enthusiasts and the investors with the foresight to see what companies will thrive in this new environment. There is no ceiling to the growth that marijuana stocks can display over the next decade and it is up to dedicated traders to put in the time and effort to capitalize on it.
Finding marijuana stocks to invest in is not very hard, no matter what style of investing you favor. For the long-term, buy and hold crowd, there are companies in Canada and the international market that have gained a foothold in their respective weed sectors, from cultivation to distribution. And industries in Colorado and California are shooting up as well.
For the active traders that are looking to capitalize on volatility, you can look to the newer states that have legalized or are about to legalize. Because of the intense interest of the market and the uncertain nature of the governmental regulatory environment, there is plenty of opportunity for prices spikes and dips. Day traders live for that kind of long volatility. There is not much more that excites day traders than day to day volatility.
There are more and more legitimate signs of the weed markets becoming entrenched in the United States. Conferences for entrepreneurs in the marijuana business are popping up all over the North America. There is a greater public acceptance of cannabis as a legitimate pain medication as well as a recreational drug on the same level as alcohol. With the way the world is moving, there will be a great need for support businesses for the cultivators, growers and producers to rely on.
Not only do you need the product to sell, you need legal outfits with experience in dealing with the mix of laws, regulations and norms that govern cannabist business in this country and abroad. You need those firms to keep up with the changes as well, because the environment is so uncertain.
And the media business rising up around the marijuana industry is robust. There is a great market for digital and print publications that cover the industry and how consumers are using cannabis. That means that the ad industry surrounding these places is growing as well. That all means more money flowing into and around marijuana stocks.
The key is to be there as the sector grows in size and importance. The money is waiting for the right place to go. As the capital sits and the capital holders decide, there is opportunity to ride those waves and then find the right long-term spots to park your money. Growth is possible for the bold traders that favor risk and how to make the most of it.
Marijuana companies abroad have had more time to develop products and process that lend themselves to a long term industry, because cannabis has gained greater acceptance in Europe and Canada. Look to new biotech and pharmaceutical companies in those spaces in order to place long-term bets