EDITOR: | October 15th, 2018

How to Lose Money in Cannabis.

| October 15, 2018 | No Comments
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“Some of the massive cannabis stocks will die and disappear. The global market simply is not large enough to justify the combined market caps of these stocks. Why? It’s a risk-return scenario and a lot of cannabis investors happily sit back chewing on a bag a Doritos instead of looking at the risks underlying the market and police involvement in Canada is a massive risk.” States Peter Clausi in an interview with InvestorIntel Corp. CEO Tracy Weslosky.

Tracy Weslosky: Today I have the pleasure of speaking with Peter Clausi about Canada’s legalization of marijuana. How are you today Peter?

Peter Clausi: Overall I am very pretty good but I am still confused about the process.

Tracy Weslosky: Are you confused about the legalization process or what exactly are we talking about here?

Peter Clausi: I have been calling for decriminalization for years. You knew it was coming. No reason why it shouldn’t have come but the Liberals have a done a terrible job in managing this process and as a result municipalities are unprepared, provinces are unprepared and most importantly police departments are unprepared. There is going to be a terrible social cost to the Liberals mishandling of this process.

Tracy Weslosky: I am going to ask you to dumb that down for some of us that are involved more specifically in investing in the cannabis sector. How is this going to impact cannabis stocks?

Peter Clausi: You remember WorldCom? Too big to fail? It failed. How about Global Crossing? Too big to fail? It failed. Enron, the list goes on and on. Some of the massive cannabis stocks will die and disappear. The global market simply is not large enough to justify the combined market caps of these stocks. Why? It’s a risk-return scenario and a lot of cannabis investors happily sit back chewing on a bag a Doritos instead of looking at the risks underlying the market and police involvement in Canada is a massive risk…to access the complete interview, click here


Raj Shah

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