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Cannabis poised to be next Bitcoin
The US market can change in an instant, which makes it essential for people to study and predict how a movement can affect a single stock. The arrival of cannabis stocks is one of is game-changer because of new policies and medical advancements. Experts believe that marijuana will be the next market boom.
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Weekly News in Cannabis - March 1st: New genomics research from Israel, blockchain taxes coming to California, and stocks see a surge.
New genomics research from Israel, blockchain taxes coming to California, and stocks see a surge.
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Adviser: Pot Stocks Will Mimic Crypto Boom – But Won’t Crash Like Bitcoin
Wealth manager Carol Pepper says cannabis stocks are the next “huge growth area” in alternative investing. With an actual physical product, pot stocks could soar like Bitcoin in 2017, but unlike the cryptocurrency, they won’t follow that boom with a bust.
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Adviser: Pot Stocks Will Mimic Crypto Boom – But Won’t Crash Like Bitcoin
Wealth manager Carol Pepper says cannabis stocks are the next “huge growth area” in alternative investing. With an actual physical product, pot stocks could soar like Bitcoin in 2017, but unlike the cryptocurrency, they won’t follow that boom with a bust.
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Forget bitcoin, cannabis is the place to go, says US wealth advisor
Cannabis stocks are the “next huge growth area” and the plant has “staggering” possibilities for medical use, according to one advisor to wealthy families.
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Wealth Manager: Pot Stocks Will Mimic Crypto Bubble - But Won't Crash Like Bitcoin
Wealth manager Carol Pepper says cannabis stocks are the next “huge growth area” in alternative investing. With an actual physical product, pot stocks could soar like Bitcoin in 2017, but unlike the cryptocurrency, they won't follow that boom with a bust.
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If you invested $1,000 in Facebook in 2012, here’s what you’d have now
“Let’s face it, they’re a revenue juggernaut,” Carol Pepper, chief executive of asset-management firm Pepper International, said on CNBC’s Squawk Box Europe
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This $100 Million Fund Is Betting On First-Time Impact Fund Managers
Carol Pepper discusses the growing investor demand for impact investments.
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Must Be Long to Make Money, Investor Carol Pepper Tells CNBC
Pepper International CEO Carol Pepper advised investors not to worry about volatile markets and to 'buy on the dips' on CNBC today.
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PAM Weekly eNews Bulletin
Solar scheme turning heads of UHNWIs.
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