This Pot Stock Could Be Bigger Than Tilray

Get in on the next big marijuana IPO by January 23.

by Investor Place Sponsored

    Published on Jan 11, 2019 at 6:05 PM
    Updated on Jan 15, 2019 at 7:56 AM

    It’s hard to imagine an IPO doing better than Tilray — the small pot stock that soared nearly 1,000% just weeks after going public.

    But one analyst may have uncovered a tiny IPO stock that’s even better.

    In fact, the first thing this analyst strongly recommend is for investors to make their calendar for January 23.

    That’s the NEXT big IPO event in the pot industry — which could be the beginning of the next windfall gains.

    Even bigger than the recent Tilray IPO that soared from $22 to over $200 in a matter of weeks.

    What’s happening and how is it possible to take advantage before the masses do?

    Click here to see it.

     

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