About Pot Fortunes


With the legalization of pot making its way towards reality, early investors are perfectly positioned to benefit from the expected 4,067% market surge.

There’s only one other time in America’s history where savvy investors were given such an undeniable market opportunity.

During the Prohibition era in the 1920s and early 1930s, Washington, D.C. made alcohol illegal. The only folks making any money from it were mobsters, underground speakeasy bars and a few winemaking farmers hiding their grapes behind peach and pear plants.

But today, the alcohol industry is worth $475 billion.

Every $1,000 invested in alcohol companies — back in the early 1930s at the beginning of its legal rebirth— would be worth $26 million today.

The few Americans who jumped on the opportunity back then are now household names … having created multi-generational wealth for their families.

Here are a few examples, and how much they’re worth today:

  • Busch family: $13 billion.
  • Coors family: $4 billion.
  • Yuengling family: $1.5 billion.

But what separates pot from alcohol, in its future success, is its use in medicine.

Scientific studies prove that both pot and pot extracts help reduce the risk of stroke, helps treat the symptoms and progression of Alzheimer’s disease and helps children with epilepsy.

In June 2018, the Food and Drug Administration approved America’s first drug made from the marijuana plant.

This breaking and historic news gives experts great confidence that the pot industry has a long future here in America. Early investors will make massive pot fortunes from the coming boom.

Pot fortunes are already being made for people who follow my investment recommendations.

One of my readers wrote to me saying he’s made an impressive gain of 1,389%. That’s enough to turn every $1,000 into more than $14,800.

Some patriotic Americans are making even more just by working in the pot industry.

Folks like Rachel Klein, a 46-year-old former paralegal from Baltimore, Maryland, was able to claim a $2 million pot fortune.

Frank Rogers, a 25 year old from Riverside, California, collected $1.5 million in just three months from the pot industry.

Chris Snyder, a 60 year old from Seattle, Washington, pocketed $3 million in 20 months from pot.

And my favorite, Helen Peterson, a 59-year-old mother of two from Boulder, Colorado. So far, she has claimed a staggering $8.4 million in pot fortunes.

To learn more about claiming your share of the expected 4,067% pot boom here in America, you can click here where I explain more.

As for my report on the five best stocks to score your own pot fortune — which I’m calling Marijuana Millionaires: How to Make 10x Profits in a $475 Billion Industry — you can only get it once you sign up for my Real Wealth Strategist research service. It’s risk free, and you can sign up by going here.

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