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When We Connect the Dots, You Profit 
Connect the Dots Articles Have Returned 9,932% for Our Readers 

Over the last couple years, as the marijuana industry has taken flight, it has been our mission to help our readers make money from cannabis. Every once in a while we publish a “Connect the Dots” article highlighting a company or group of companies that we believe have tremendous near-term upside potential. By identifying these companies and providing insight and research otherwise unavailable to the mainstream investor, we have been able to help our readers gain as much as 9,932% in about two and a half years. That is the combined gain percentage that all of our Connect the Dots companies experienced in the weeks and months after we published an article. Let’s take a look at some of our biggest gainers:

*CannaGrow Holdings (CGRW); previously BizAuctions (BZCN) click here for article
Connect the Dots published on 10/8/14 at $0.053
CGRW hit $3.45 on 10/18/16
6,409% gain 

*Rocky Mountain High (RMHB); previously Totally Hemp Crazy (THCZ) click here for article
Connect the Dots published on 12/18/14 at $0.0115
THCZ hit $0.32 on 4/1/15
2,683% gain

*Future Farm Technologies (FFRMF); previously Arcturus Growthstar Technologies (AGSTF) click here for article
Connect the Dots published on 10/4/16 at $0.137
FFRMF hit $0.541 on 2/22/17
295% gain

*Vitality Biopharma (VBIO) click here for article
Connect the Dots published on 12/6/16 at $1.01
VBIO hit $4.24 on 12/27/16
320% gain

These are just a few of our previous Connect the Dots highlights. And as you can see, the track record speaks for itself. It is our goal to literally connect the dots for our readers to help identify opportunity in this budding industry. And thus far we have done more than just identify opportunity; we have helped some earn a small fortune.

Now we know it’s impossible to have captured all of the 9,932% gains. So let’s say you were able to capture just half. A $5,000 investment would be worth $248,300. Again, that’s if you only captured half of the total gains.

The marijuana industry is at a very interesting stage of its development right now. Even with nearly 10,000% gains in the books, we still feel that we’ve only seen the tip of the iceberg. And it’s one mighty iceberg. We hope that you are happy with the content we provide and continue to read our articles on a daily basis. Because you never know when the next cannabis opportunity will bud.


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$FFRMF Acquires High Volume, State-of-the-Art Cannabis Oil Extraction Equipment

 

Future Farm Technologies Inc. (the “Company” or “Future Farm”) (FFRMF) (FFT.CN) is pleased to announce that its majority owned subsidiary, FFM Consulting Services, LLC, has purchased a state-of-the-art extraction machine, for the manufacture of concentrated cannabis oil and purified distillate.

The equipment purchased is designed to rapidly manufacture premium cannabis oil, to supply the growing demand for cannabis concentrates, in the state of California. The equipment utilizes a closed-loop system, to produce high quality oil in a high throughput system with minimal maintenance and labor. The equipment is estimated to be delivered, installed and in full production within the next 90 days.

 


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San Francisco May Form Cannabis Commission And Cannabis Department

 

Supervisor Jeff Sheehy, who Mayor Ed Lee appointed to the District 8 post in January, introduced legislation last week that would create a seven-member Cannabis Commission and Cannabis Department with a director and staff in San Francisco. The commission will decide whether to grant or deny permits related to commercial cannabis businesses as well as decide whether to suspend such permits based on yet-to-be-developed guidelines. San Francisco is currently working on regulations for the recreational cannabis industry after California voters legalized the substance by passing Proposition 64 back in November.


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Marijuana Stocks Especially Cannabis-Biotechs are Capturing Wall Street’s Attention in a Big Way

Marijuana Stocks, especially Cannabis Companies with strong ties to Biotech have been increasingly front and center on Wall Street’s main stage. Marijuana Stocks and the Cannabis-Biotech sector continue to evolve and grow into the mainstream powerhouse we know it can and will be. We have identified a small Cannabis-Biotech start up that deserves your attention.


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    You’ve likely referred to them as “Marijuana stocks,” or “cannabis stocks” or maybe heard a friend call them “Pot Stocks.” What ever they go by, there’s no denying that the subject of Marijuana Stock investing is a topical one. Ten years ago if you told your parents you were getting into “marijuana” they would have had you pee in a cup, now it seems dad & his poker buddies or mom in the PTA are saying “How do I get into weed?”

    Today we see that the business of marijuana is not just one of cultivation and distribution. There are finance companies, consulting firms, industry analysts, security firms, real estate companies, biotechnology, tech start-ups, social media companies all involved in some ancillary vertical associated with cannabis. As the marketplace continues to grow (pun intended) we are seeing well-established industries entering the sector.

    Within the capital markets public companies keep sprouting from, it seems, out of nowhere to try and carve out their own green footprint. Cannabis stocks, as volatile as they may be, continue to captivate investors looking to grab their own piece of a brand new industry, the same way their parents did ten plus years ago with “DotCom.” Dot Bong seems to be the millennials’ turn at finding the next Ebay or Amazon. Think about it, if you could have invested in alcohol just as prohibition was ending, would you (assuming that there was an opportunity to purchase shares of a publicly traded alcohol company)? I will be presumptuous and say “yes”f or you; and that’s exactly what’s happening. Marijuana is the newest “sin” sector in the public markets, joining the likes of big tobacco, Alcohol, and Gaming industry.

    So do you know how to buy cannabis stocks VS others? It’s very simple and is the same way you would purchase shares of Coca-Cola if you wanted to. The only difference is that most of these stocks will trade on the OTC or “Over The Counter” and regulatory issues could be an obstacle for some who are looking to invest in marijuana stocks. Information is everything and being able to take on the due diligence process is of the utmost importance before considering a cannabis stock as an investment.

    A new report out from investment app SigFig shows that 1 in 8 investors have purchased so called “sin stocks”, with 7% of investors buying into tobacco companies. More than 2% of investors have been shown to support marijuana companies; while just under 2% of investors go into both casino gambling and alcohol. A new breed is rising in the market especially when considering an investment into cannabis. “Stuffy” tobacco investors are older and generally live in the South, while investors in this “new crop” of marijuana companies are more likely to live in the Northeast such as in the New York tri-state area.

    But here’s the kicker, people are always talking about “younger generations not putting money into the stock market”. But if you take a look into this study, it shows that far and away the disparity between the ages of marijuana stock investors and other “Sin stock” investors is incredibly evident.

    Sin Stocks

    The “less money” to invest is exactly what has kept many flocking to cannabis stocks to watch. Take our own Wolf of Weed Street for example, along side thousands of others who were able to take a small investment and make it work for them in BIG ways. While many of these older investors choose to lay their money up for months or even years to find a return of 10-15%, many marijuana stocks have returned 50-5,000% in the matter of days or weeks…that’s not to say that there is typically much more risk involved with small cap marijuana stocks VS the much larger tobacco and casino giants.

    When the discussion about marijuana stocks comes about, where do you stand? Do you find yourself in the same mindset of at least 7 high net worth investment funds taking the leap into buying cannabis stocks or are you still watching from the sidelines? Let us hear your thoughts below

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