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Some investors are skeptic about investing in the cannabis industry because of the moral aspect. As said before, we believe this is not really a reason for concern because cannabis is legalized in several countries, partially in the U.S. and as of this summer also in Canada. This article focuses on 4 cannabis stocks in the U.S. which look very bullish in 2018.

Cannabis and Marijuana are being used interchangeably. However, under U.S. Law, Cannabis is actually the plant itself, Marijuana are specific parts of the plant with refe to the viable seeds, leaves and flowers while Hemp is the stalks, stems and sterilized seeds of cannabis. Marijuana is a well-known psychoactive drug being administered for medical or recreational usage. It is often associated with a “high” or “stoned” feeling, euphoria, and an increase in appetite after smoking it for just few minute when the effect kicks in.

Due to its long list of undesirable side-effects marijuana has never made it into mainstream business. That is changing right now.

Tobacco industry insiders have been waiting, undoubtedly, for many years for this moment in time. There must have been countless researches and clinical testing before companies like Constellation Brands (symbol STZ), a brewery company, would pay $190 million for a 10% stake in Canopy Growth Corporation, a Canadian cannabis stock. We believe this is just the tip of the iceberg, and much more investments in the cannibis industry will follow.

Let’s take a step back, and map out cannabis consumption around the planet.

It is definitely not hard to see that the United States and Canada are two countries that have a lot of potential when it comes to the cannabis business, followed by Australia, France, Italy and Portugal.

The chart of the United States Marijuana Index shown above visualizes the ballistic movement since October 2017, which increases the probability of breaking above 100 points.

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