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Cannabis Stocks: 1 Pot Stock You Need to Watch [Stock Market Investing 2020]

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Cannabis Stocks: At this stage in the cycle you only need to watch and own 1 Pot Stock. If you can own this asset correctly during the 1st wave higher you can then branch out during the wave 2 pullback into other Cannabis stock investments.  

Major divergence between Cannabis stocks with access to cash and Cannabis stocks that need cash: CGC CRON IIPR GWPH vs ACB TLRY OGI etc 

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