This $2 Billion Cannabis
Deal Is About to Go Down
on the Las Vegas Strip

Move on this startup today and you could see a potential
$2.3 Million windfall before IPO day!

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Hi, my name is John Burke.

I’ve been an investigative journalist for over 25 years.

And I’ve logged over two million miles covering everything from Wall Street to the lost mysteries of the Titanic.

But today, I’m covering a different story.

A story that’s much bigger – and much more personal – than anything I’ve done before.

A story that also has very direct and personal ramifications for you.

It’s about a little company that’s pushing its business into one of the rarest, most profitable, and hard-to-come-by locations in the world…

The only location of its kind surrounded by 43 million high-paying customers.

That’s an advantage that could practically guarantee a huge success.

I’m talking about the Las Vegas Strip, home to more money than almost any other spot in the world.

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I mean, you could put a pizza joint here and make millions of dollars.

But this little company isn’t a pizza joint. It’s not a casino. Nor does it have anything to do with gambling.

Yet it’s paving its way to become an American icon.

Now, I said this story was personal, and I mean it.

Because no matter where you’re watching from, no matter where you live or what you do…

You Can Take Part in What Could Be the Next Great American Business Story in the Making.

And even a small stake in this booming business could be worth millions of dollars to you.

Now, in a moment, I’m going to bring in Michael Robinson, our venture capital expert.

But I want to make sure we cover all the details – so let’s go on location...

Folks, I’m here across the street from what will be the vastly expanded Las Vegas Convention Center.

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Now, the current complex is already the largest forum for American business and entertainment in the entire world.

And with the $935 million expansion you see behind me… it’s about to get even bigger.

That’s the new entrance right there.

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It sits smack-dab in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip.

Over 7.1 million people are estimated to make their way through these doors.

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Another 5.2 million pass by on the streets outside.

Making the spot I’m standing on right here perhaps the most valuable square foot of property on the planet.

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Whoever owns the rights to this space is going to make, according to our estimates, over $2 billion.

And one small firm has just secured control.

Now, folks, I took you on location so you could see the full impact of the opportunity we’re talking about today.

Imagine owning a piece of this.

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70,000 square feet of the largest cannabis resort ever created.

And it’s not just the Convention Center that will make this business so incredibly valuable.

Take a look at this map.

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The planned location sits right on the Strip.

So the 43 million tourists who come to Vegas every year are just minutes away.

It sits between three Marriott hotels that service the Convention Center.

Which means thousands of potential customers will walk right past the front door multiple times a day, 365 days a year.

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The Las Vegas Monorail connects the Convention Center to the Sahara, Bally’s, Caesars Palace, and the MGM Grand. It’s literally right around the corner.

Those hotels alone create $2.7 billion in revenue every year.

This resort is just a two-minute cab ride from iconic venues like the Wynn, the Palazzo, the Venetian, and the Encore.

They pull in another $3.5 billion per year.

Paradise Road is one of the busiest streets in Vegas. Over 290,000 people use it every single day.

And it’s just 300 feet away.

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No competitor can match this location.

And once it gets the final green light, they never will.

Because…

This 70,000-Square-Foot Resort Should Have a Virtual Monopoly on the Strip.

In fact, according to the company…

This will be the only place to get, experience, or enjoy cannabis on the Strip for years – even decades – to come.

And right here, right now…

You Can Own a Piece of This Cannabis Resort Before It’s Developed!

In One of the Most Unique Private Deals Ever Made Available to Everyday Folks.

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I’ll explain more about this deal in a moment.

But first, let’s bring in one of the world’s top experts on cannabis and venture capital: Michael Robinson.

Like myself, he’s a board member of the National Institute for Cannabis Investors.

And he’s a venture capital expert who knows more about private deals… how to value them… and how to take advantage of them than just about anyone else on the planet.

Michael, thank you so much for joining me.

MR:

Thanks, John. I’m excited to be here.

JB:

Michael, Las Vegas is a city of icons.

From the famous “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign...

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To the Rat Pack’s favorite hangouts...

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To the new generation of luxury resorts that dominate the Strip.

MR:

These Las Vegas icons are world-famous – and they’re worth a fortune.

For example, the Bellagio is valued at $4.2 billion.

MGM Resorts, $14.5 billion.

The Sands, $45 billion.

In the ’90s, these new icons transformed Vegas from a gambling mecca to an adult Disneyland.

We’re talking world-class entertainment, five-star dining, and luxury shopping.

Today, cannabis is the next stage in this evolution.

And just like the Bellagio, the Wynn, and the MGM Grand were the catalysts for last evolutionary leap in Vegas...

This 70,000-square-foot cannabis resort could be the catalyst for the next.

JB:

Now, it’s too late to buy into the Convention Center… or the Bellagio... or the Wynn.

Of course, given the chance, anyone would take that opportunity in a heartbeat.

MR:

Absolutely, but it’s entirely possible to take advantage of what’s destined to become the next cash cow in Vegas.

A huge cash cow for that matter.

Now, I’m not suggesting this cannabis resort will be worth $45 billion like the Sands…

But if it grows to just 1/20 that size, the profit potential is staggering.

Because I believe…

This Little Company Is Set to Take Over the Entire Cannabis Market in Nevada Before It Goes Public.

Today, we value this company at about $26 million.

But soon after this company goes public, I expect the market cap to go up to $2.4 billion.

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Now, that’s a potential gain of 9,000%.

Anyone Who Owns a Piece of This Future Icon Could Make a Fortune.

Even a Small Stake Could Turn into $2.3 Million.

JB:

Vegas icons like the Bellagio, the Venetian, and the Wynn were off-limits to anyone but investment bankers and billionaire venture capitalists.

But thanks to a new federal law, everyday folks have a chance to make out like millionaires.

MR:

John, this is a huge, huge change in the country.

And it’s pretty amazing when you think about it.

It’s the kind of deal every investor dreams about.

 

 

The Strip location alone could become the number-one source of retail cannabis sales in the entire world.

And that’s not the only ace they’re holding, John.

This little company has stacked the deck entirely in its favor.

Look, I’ve been in venture capital for 35 years.

This kind of opportunity comes along once a decade – if you’re lucky.

In fact…

This Could Be the Most Lucrative Private Deal in the History of the U.S. Cannabis Market.

JB:

Michael, in 1996, you were one of five people who helped kick-start the $200 billion cloud computing market.

You played a key role in Intel’s $7.8 billion acquisition of McAfee.

And one of your startups is leading the pack as the $7 trillion “Internet of Things” ramps up.

MR:

John, for the last 25 years, Silicon Valley has been the focal point for venture capital.

But all that’s changing now.

Last year, private investors pumped $370 million into cannabis startups.

This year, that will more than triple – to over $1 billion.

JB:

That’s for sure.

Michael, your initial public dossier on the cannabis market showed people how to make 1,470%... 2,998%... even 6,030% on cannabis companies.

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Just $1,000 in each play could have grown to nearly $205,000 at the peak.

MR:

Those are fantastic profits.

But remember, John: Those were all just regular publicly traded companies.

The right private plays, like we’re talking about today, can make more – much more.

Because you’re truly getting in on the ground floor.

Take Harvest Health.

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In August 2018, it was still private. Shares were going for just 6 cents.

They IPOed on November 16.

Trading closed at $5.73.

If you secured private shares at 6 cents...

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You would have made 94 times your money in just three months.

Last April, Harvest hit $10.35 a share.

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Heck, getting in at 6 cents, you could have now made 17,150%.

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And turn a $10,000 stake into more than $1.7 million.

JB:

Those numbers are amazing. But Harvest isn’t an isolated case.

MR:

Not at all. Just look at Curaleaf.

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Last year, you could have grabbed private shares for just 12 and half cents.

When Curaleaf IPOed on October 29, you would have made almost 47 times your money.

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A $10,000 stake would have grown to $468,000.

By November 2, Curaleaf shot up to $8.43 per share.

If you got in at the IPO – you would have made a quick 44%.

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But if you got in before the IPO, your total gains would have hit 6,647%.

JB:

151 times more than if you got in at the IPO.

That’s a huge difference.

MR:

$10,000 at the IPO would have grown to $14,400. Not bad.

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But $10,000 in private shares would have grown to $674,700.

By April 2019 – just six months after Curaleaf went public – that same $10,000 investment would have turned into $902,400.

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Now, these kinds of returns are rare – they don’t happen every day.

But they show you just how profitable private cannabis plays can be.

JB:

When you take a moment and think about what that can do for the average person – and how it could change their life… it’s truly amazing.

And yet… you believe that this Las Vegas cannabis player could be even bigger.

MR:

Absolutely, John.

Right Now, Nevada Is the Hottest Cannabis Market in the World.

Now, I’m saying this as a guy from California – what most people think of as the heart of the U.S. cannabis market.

But Nevada’s cannabis market puts California’s to shame.

And Las Vegas is ground zero.

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In fact, the Vegas cannabis market could hit $770 million this year alone.

By 2021, it’s expected to reach $840 million.

Soon after, $1.6 billion a year.

And up to $100 million of those sales could happen at this location.

Making this, perhaps, the largest retail cannabis outlet in the world.

JB:

What’s really impressive is how the CEO cornered the market on this location. It’s a truly unique story.

MR:

Right. But the Strip location is just one chapter. The rest of the story is actually even more impressive.

JB:

How so?

MB:

Over the last 12 months, the CEO has been quietly making deals.

Deals that could send revenue soaring even higher.

Deals that could easily secure their spot as the dominant force, not just in Las Vegas – but the entire state of Nevada.

When the first of these deals closes – just a few weeks from today – the value of this company could surge from $26 million to $427 million.

When the second deal closes, valuation could surge again to $1.1 billion.

Once deal number three closes…

This Company Could Be Worth an Astonishing $2.4 Billion.

That’s a Gain of 9,000% on Valuation Alone.

JB:

Those are the kinds of gains we saw from the first wave of big cannabis firms like Aurora, Tilray, and Canopy.

MR:

And private investors in those companies made millions.

Take our friend John Boehner’s firm, Acreage.

On March 15, 2018, you could have bought pre-IPO shares for just 5 cents.

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On November 15 – eight months later to the day – Acreage went public at $25 per share...

A gain of 49,900%.

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Just $10,000 could have grown to nearly $5 million.

Those are the kinds of exceptional profits you can see from the right kind of private cannabis plays.

JB:

But until recently, there was no way for the average person to get in on these deals.

Unless you had at least $1 million in the bank – you were shut out by federal law.

And if you did have that kind of money, the chances of you hearing about these lucrative private investments were slim.

MR:

Yes, and because of new federal regulations, anyone can now get into a private deal like this – for pennies.

And look...

Private Investments Are Where Most of the Real Money Gets Made.

In fact, Inc. magazine found that just 5% of profits come from publicly traded stocks.

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JB:

In other words, insiders grab 95 cents of every dollar.

MR:

Yes, and they lock in those profits long before a company goes public.

In fact, with the deal we’re discussing today…

You Can Get Started with as Little as $1,000.

JB:

Now, Michael, you’ve been on the board of a Silicon Valley venture capital firm.

You’ve been an advisor to 12 successful startups.

And you’re also a founding member of the National Institute for Cannabis Investors.

You must see hundreds of potential deals every year.

How do you decide which ones are worth your time?

MR:

Frankly, most of the startups I see are nothing to get excited about.

But this Las Vegas cannabis company stood out from the crowd.

JB:

How so?

MR:

This cannabis resort will have a one-of-a-kind location with seven million customers on its doorstep.

JB:

The foot traffic alone could be enough to make it the most profitable location in the country.

MR:

On top of that, the site sits between three Marriott hotels.

Thousands of people stay at these hotels every year – and they’ll walk by this cannabis resort at least twice a day.

JB:

The Encore, the Wynn, the Venetian, Treasure Island, and the Palazzo are just down the street – about three minutes away.

MR:

Those are some of the largest hotels on the planet.

They have nearly 15,000 rooms and host 2.9 million guests every single year.

JB:

Michael, take a look at this. Right here – that’s the Monorail.

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It links the Convention Center to the Sahara, the MGM Grand, Bally’s, and Caesars Palace. Four million people ride it every year.

On top of that, the resort will be clearly visible from Paradise Road – one of the busiest streets in Vegas.

MR:

And once they close the last piece of this deal – it will be the only dispensary on the Strip.

But the company didn’t pick this location – or Las Vegas – by accident.

In fact…

This Cannabis Resort Is Just the Final Stage of a Brilliant Three-Part Growth Strategy.

A strategy that’s designed to make this company the dominant player in the $770 million-a-year Vegas cannabis market.

A strategy that I believe could turn this little company into the next billion-dollar cannabis unicorn in as little as 18 months.

JB:

Michael, can you take us through this strategy step by step?

I mean, there’s no question the Nevada market is booming.

But is it really better than California, Oregon, or Colorado?

MR:

Well, John, let’s just take a look at the numbers here.

Recreational sales kicked off in July 2017.

By December 31 – less than six months later – Vegas cannabis sales hit $200 million.

In 2018, that more than doubled to $464 million.

In 2019, sales hit $616 million.

This year, John, legal cannabis could bring in almost $770 million.

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JB:

And it’s growing faster than expected.

Back in 2017, statewide cannabis sales were projected to hit $814 million by 2025.

But we’re on track to blow past that a full five years ahead of schedule.

MR:

By 2025, the Vegas market alone could be worth $1.6 billion.

And I believe it could be worth much more.

JB:

Michael, let’s stop there for moment.

$1.6 billion – that’s two times more than original projections for the entire state.

And you actually think that’s low. Why?

MR:

Yes, I do, John, and for a very simple reason: Supply and demand.

43 million people visit Vegas every year.

That’s more than the population of Washington, Oregon, and Colorado combined.

Those three states are expected to sell $4.3 billion of cannabis by 2024.

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Now let’s take a look at Canada. It has 37 million people. By 2024, legal cannabis could be worth $5.2 billion.

California – where I’m from – has 40 million people. Sales could hit $7.2 billion by 2024.

So yes, with 43 million people coming to Vegas every year...

And the fact that almost all of them are here looking to have a good time...

I DO think $1.6 billion is actually pretty conservative.

If growth matches what we’ve seen in other legal states…

The Vegas Cannabis Market Could Be Worth $4 Billion... $5 Billion... Even $7 Billion or More.

JB:

And no other place on Earth has so many potential cannabis buyers in such a small area.

Most of those 43 million visitors are packed into 4.2 square miles around the Strip.

That’s roughly 10 million people per square mile.

More than the entire population of New York City.

MR:

Any way you cut it, the numbers are mind-blowing.

Let’s say one out of 10 tourists wants to buy cannabis.

That’s 4.3 million people – more than the population of Los Angeles.

JB:

And frankly, one in 10 is probably low.

Studies show about one in seven Americans use cannabis. In legal states, it’s up to one in three.

MR:

At that rate, John, that means over 14 million cannabis buyers come to Vegas every year.

That’s more than the population of Los Angeles and New York combined.

JB:

And supply is strictly limited.

MR:

That’s right.

Massive Demand and Limited Supply Makes Vegas the Perfect Market for a Fast-Growing Cannabis Company.

And Right Now Is the Perfect Time to Get In.

JB:

Why is that?

MR:

John, every cannabis market goes through three stages.

First, you have Inception.

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Cannabis has just been legalized. The first dispensaries open. And the money comes rolling in.

Next comes Hypergrowth.

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Legal sales are now the norm. New customers flood the market. And sales go vertical.

Finally, we hit Maturity.

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Sales level off. Growth slows down to single digits. And a few major players dominate the market.

Let me show you how this works.

In 2011, Colorado sold $200 million worth of legal marijuana.

That was the beginning of Inception.

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By 2013, sales hit $333 million.

JB:

That’s similar to what we’ve seen in Nevada so far.

MR:

But look what happened when Hypergrowth kicked in.

By 2014, Colorado’s legal cannabis market doubled to $684 million.

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In 2015, sales hit $996 million.

And in 2016, legal cannabis brought in $1.3 billion.

JB:

So in just three years, the Colorado cannabis market nearly quadrupled.

MR:

And you can see the same pattern in every other legal state.

Right Now, Vegas Is in the Early Stages of Hypergrowth.

If You Want to Make Serious Profits – This Is When You Want to Take Action.

Especially with a deal like the one we’re talking about now.

JB:

OK, so Las Vegas is the best cannabis market in the country.

But still, what makes this small company so special?

MR:

You know, John, what I love about this company is how strategic they are.

Today – just five years after they started – they have one of the most sought-after premium cannabis brands in the state.

JB:

Can you explain why that’s so important?

MR:

Today’s cannabis users aren’t just looking to get high. They want quality. And they’re willing to pay top dollar for it.

Think of it this way.

You could pay $30 for a bottle of regular Dewar’s scotch.

Or you could pay $150 for a 21-year-old bottle of Glenlivet.

The funny thing: It’s not that much more expensive to make the good stuff.

But you can charge three... five... even 10 times more.

JB:

And people are happy to pay it.

In fact, someone who pays $150 for a bottle of premium scotch will brag about it.

And of course, they’d never touch the less expensive stuff.

MR:

It’s the same with cannabis.

Premium brands command premium prices.

And premium prices mean much higher profits.

Take Plus Products. They make high-quality cannabis extracts.

They charge high prices.

And their investors profit.

Private shares went for 46 cents.

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When Plus IPOed at $3.65 a share, early investors made nearly eight times their money.

Soon after, shares hit $6.50.

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Enough to turn $10,000 into over $140,000.

That’s the power of a great brand.

And this Vegas cannabis player understands that power.

In fact, branding is at the heart of their strategic plan.

JB:

They have an entire portfolio of premium branded products – 29 in total.

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And they all command premium prices.

MR:

And they’re in high demand too.

JB:

In fact, nearly three out of four dispensaries in Vegas already carry this company’s products.

One store sells over 6,000 boxes of edibles every month. They can barely keep them in stock.

MR:

It’s the kind of market dominance you very rarely see.

And you can’t create that kind of demand unless you deliver the best possible quality.

That’s another thing I love about this company.

You can see their commitment to quality from seed to sale.

Take a look at this footage from one of their grow rooms.

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Everything is hydroponic – and it’s the most advanced system I’ve ever seen.

JB:

Michael, can you explain to people watching why that’s so important?

MR:

Growing high-quality cannabis – consistently – isn’t easy.

And the cost of failure is sky-high.

Canopy is one of the biggest growers around.

But even they make mistakes.

Take a look at this screen here.

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The retail value of this crop was estimated at $45 million.

And all it took to wipe it out was one small mistake.

But this little company we’re talking about today, John, has the most advanced cultivation system I’ve ever seen.

Everything is run by a custom-built system that analyzes 27 data points around the clock.

If anything is off, an alert immediately goes out to the head grower.

She can adjust everything from nutrient ratios... to airflow... to humidity… all from a secure smartphone.

With just 24,000 square feet of cultivation, this system produces 600 pounds of high-quality cannabis every month.

And their production lab is even more impressive.

JB:

Michael, I want to stop here for a second to explain why this is so critical.

Nevada has the most stringent cannabis testing in the country.

Besides THC, the law requires every crop to be analyzed for mold, fungus, and heavy metals.

And these tests are extremely strict.

MR:

That’s why the average grower in Nevada loses nearly one-third of their crop due to failed tests.

So if they produce $10 million worth of cannabis per year – around $3 million of that will end up in the garbage.

JB:

But this company’s lab can test down to the microgram level.

MR:

That’s correct, John.

And they’ve never failed a test. Not one time.

So they don’t have to dump millions of dollars of cannabis in the trash.

They can sell it and put the money in the bank.

JB:

And this goes way beyond testing.

MR:

Right again.

This state-of-the-art lab can produce strain-specific extracts.

Extracts with consistent potency and flavor.

Extracts that – like a bottle of fine scotch – command premium prices.

JB:

And that kind of consistency is way beyond any small cannabis player.

MR:

That’s right.

Look at it this way. A decent extraction machine starts at $250,000. The good ones go for more than $1 million.

JB:

Most small growers just can’t spend that kind of money.

MR:

And most small growers produce low-quality extracts.

But the brilliant CEO behind the company we’re talking about today has invested $12.5 million in this operation so far.

That’s the kind of obsessive focus on quality I like to see.

JB:

But here’s what really got my attention:

The Mastermind Behind Their Popular Edibles Is Actually a Wolfgang Puck Protégé.

She’s taken her best recipes to make amazing cannabis-infused brownies, gummies, caramels, and rice treats.

I tried one of her regular, non-pot brownies on our trip to Vegas – and it was one of the best I’ve ever tasted.

MR:

Again, one more reason this company is unique.

I can’t think of any other cannabis firm with a world-class pastry chef on staff.

And this relentless focus on quality is all part of their strategic plan.

For the last five years, they’ve been building their brand... refining their cultivation systems... and dialing in production.

Now, they’re ready to move on to the next stage.

And this is where the rubber really meets the road.

JB:

Michael, we talked about the Convention Center location...

The fact that it’s well on the way to becoming the only place to get cannabis on the Strip...

Why this cannabis resort could become the next Vegas icon...

And how it could push the value of this tiny company to more than $2 billion.

MR:

But remember, John: That cannabis resort on the Strip is just one part of this firm’s bold strategic growth plan.

Multiple Deals Are Kicking Off Right Now as We Speak.

Deals That I Expect Will Trigger a Massive Revenue Surge.

JB:

When do you think that will happen?

MR:

Well, John, back in August 2019, the CEO made two key deals.

The first deal closes just a few weeks from today.

When it does, this company acquires not one but two new dispensaries...

And $11 million in new revenue literally overnight.

Even better, John, both stores have huge upside potential.

The CEO’s planned improvements could boost store revenue by another $13.5 million.

Which means…

The First Deal Alone Is Worth Almost $25 Million per Year.

JB:

That’s amazing.

But you mentioned two deals. What about the second one?

MR:

John, it’s even bigger than the first one. In fact, it could be twice as profitable.

Deal number two includes this dispensary.

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It commands some of the highest prices in town – and brings in $24 million a year.

The deal also includes 50,000 square feet of cultivation space, which could easily triple production.

Conservatively, that could boost revenue by another $11.3 million.

Meaning…

The Second Deal Could Be Worth More than $35 Million per Year.

JB:

OK, just to recap:

You expect these two deals to boost revenue by a total of $60 million.

MR:

Exactly. And it’s going to happen pretty quickly.

The first deal closes a few weeks from today. The second should happen soon after.

And this company’s revenue could surge – get this John – 16 times.

JB:

But revenue isn’t everything. What about the bottom line?

MR:

John, that’s a very important point. And it’s another reason I love this little company.

Unlike Most Startups, They Actually Make Money.

And when those two deals close...

JB:

Profits could go through the roof.

MR:

You’re right, John. Until now, this company didn’t have any retail exposure.

They had to sell at wholesale prices – and leave tons of money on the table.

But with these dispensaries, they cut out the middleman – and keep every single penny.

JB:

Michael, how much money are we talking about?

MR:

By my calculations, roughly $28 million per year.

And again, that’s pure profit.

JB:

OK, so these two deals could make revenue surge by $60 million.

And bottom-line profits could go up by nearly $28 million.

MR:

Right. And that’s another reason I’m so excited about this company.

A Tiny Cannabis Firm with Booming Revenue AND Bottom-Line Profits Is Almost Unheard Of.

I mean, big players like Canopy made private investors millions – while losing money like crazy!

The chance to get in on a private deal like this – where the company is already turning a profit – comes once in a blue moon.

Private investors could turn a small stake into nearly $160,000, even at this early stage.

But here’s the crazy thing, John.

All of that is just a warm-up for the REAL moneymaker…

The proposed 70,000-square-foot cannabis resort on the Strip.

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This is where the numbers can go vertical.

JB:

You could sell anything here and make a fortune.

But this is Vegas. So besides location, what else makes this resort unique?

MR:

John, great question.

The CEO isn’t just relying on this killer location.

After all, Vegas is all about experience.

Take the SW Steakhouse at the Wynn.

It has world-class cuisine. And it’s in one of the busiest casinos on the Strip.

But in Vegas, that’s just not enough.

That’s why Steve Wynn invested $100 million into a one-of-a-kind show called the Lake of Dreams.

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Nothing like it exists anywhere else. People come to the casino –and the restaurant – just to watch it.

JB:

And that restaurant is packed every night.

MR:

This cannabis resort will offer the same kind of spectacle.

An experience that will draw everyone from the casually curious to the serious cannabis connoisseur.

Now, the CEO didn’t want to reveal too much.

But he did tell me…

The Resort’s Attractions Will Rival Anything Vegas Has to Offer.

JB:

Michael, let’s talk about how deal number three came together.

I mean, this really is an amazing breakthrough.

The Gaming Commission is hell-bent on keeping cannabis and casinos separate.

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Casinos can’t let anyone sell, use, or even possess cannabis on their property.

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If you own a cannabis company, you can’t even do business with a casino.

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In fact, the Commission even rewrote the zoning laws to keep dispensaries from opening anywhere near a casino.

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So how in the world did this little company pull this off?

MR:

John, it all comes down to superior management.

I won’t back any startup unless they have a gold-star team.

And this cannabis company has one of the best I’ve ever seen.

One of the Board Members Is the Ultimate Vegas Insider.

He’s the former head of the Nevada State Athletic Commission.

He helped mastermind the rebranding of Las Vegas in the 1990s.

Today, he represents major casinos like the Wynn, Caesars, MGM, and the Palms.

And his connections don’t stop there.

He’s a former ambassador... former senior advisor to President Reagan and President Bush... and he’s part of a high-level White House policy team.

JB:

That’s one heck of a resume.

MR:

He’s been called “one of the most powerful Republican operatives in the country.”

For him, getting access to that Las Vegas Strip location was as simple as making a phone call.

JB:

What about the rest of the board?

MR:

The rest of the team is just as impressive.

The CEO got his MBA from Northwestern.

He spent 15 years on Wall Street, where he managed over $300 million.

He’s also made a killing in real estate. His properties in New York City, Miami, and Las Vegas are worth $35 million.

And his restaurant in the Venetian was one of the most successful in the city, bringing in – get this, John – $17 million a year.

JB:

$17 million a year is almost unheard of – even in Las Vegas.

I mean, the Strip alone has more 4- and 5-star restaurants than any place on the planet.

If you can make it there – you can make it anywhere.

MR:

That is so true. And that’s just one example of the CEO’s business savvy.

He’s got an uncanny ability to spot an opportunity before almost anyone else.

When Nevada legalized marijuana for medical use in 2014 – he knew full legalization was just around the corner.

So he sold his restaurant and went all-in on cannabis.

JB:

And he definitely bet on the right horse.

OK, so we’ve got a political heavyweight and a CEO with one hell of a track record. Who’s next?

MR:

The President of the Company Is One of the Most Powerful – and Well-Connected – Attorneys in the Entire Country.

His cases have been featured on Dateline and The First 48. He’s a legal analyst for MSNBC, Fox, and ABC.

And more importantly, he’s been working on Nevada’s marijuana laws since 2014.

Today, he’s actually the go-to legal expert for just about every cannabis company in the state.

JB:

So we’ve got…

 

 

It’s not hard to see how they secured the location for the Strip resort.

After all, in Las Vegas... it’s all about who you know.

MR:

Absolutely. And this team’s connections run very deep.

That Vegas insider’s Rolodex has included Steve Wynn, Kirk Kerkorian, and Sheldon Adelson.

He’s known the members of the Gaming Commission for decades.

He even helped Frank Sinatra get a gambling license.

Heck, his father actually commissioned the “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign.

The CEO’s network runs all the way back to Wall Street.

And the president has political connections at the highest levels of Nevada’s government.

JB:

No wonder they were able to get the Strip location.

MR:

I doubt any other team could have pulled it off.

But if my analysis is right – it was worth it.

According to the CEO, they could have built a 40-story casino hotel on the property.

JB:

In this location, that’s a billion-dollar business.

MR:

But they want to build a cannabis resort instead. So obviously they think that’s where the real money is.

And you know what, John? I agree.

JB:

OK, so we’ve got a world-class management team.

A portfolio of premium branded products.

Cultivation and production are dialed-in and ready to scale.

Plus, three deals that could skyrocket revenue 16 times over.

Michael, what else sets this company apart?

MR:

Their three-part growth strategy could let them dominate the Vegas market.

And no other cannabis retailer can match this resort’s location, size, or attractions.

The closest competitor is on track to make $60 million this year.

But it’s a mile off the Strip in one of the worst neighborhoods in the city.

And it only has about 15,000 square feet of actual retail space.

This location is right on the Strip.

The dispensary section alone should be 20,000 square feet – the size of a grocery store.

Another 20,000 will be a high-end event space and cannabis lounge.

That’s 40,000 square feet – roughly an acre – dedicated to premium cannabis.

Another 30,000 square feet will be secure parking, with Uber and Lyft stations right in the garage.

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And of course, this resort will have amenities and attractions on par with the big casinos.

JB:

Michael, this deal sounds like a no-brainer.

You’ve got the perfect location in a booming market...

A killer growth strategy...

And a management team with the skills and experience to make it happen.

But smart investors know it’s all about the numbers.

So let’s start at the top.

What kind of revenue could this Strip location pull in?

MR:

John, great question.

The average Vegas dispensary brings in about $5,250 per square foot.

So if this resort is just average – that’s $105 million per year.

JB:

But this Strip location is hardly “average.”

MR:

Very true. I think this location could easily bring in $10,000 per square foot.

JB:

That would put revenue at around, what – $200 million?

MR:

Yes, that’s correct.

And if sales hit $15,000 per square foot, revenue could reach $300 million.

JB:

$300 million a year from a single location is mind-boggling.

MR:

And in this market, it’s certainly possible.

But let’s play it safe and assume this cannabis resort will just be average.

That’s still worth $105 million per year.

JB:

Honestly, Michael, with everything we’ve talked about... that seems low.

Once They Get the Green Light, No Other Dispensary in Las Vegas Can Come Close to This Location.

Right across the street from one of the most popular spots in Vegas...

300 feet from one of the busiest city thoroughfares on the planet.

And just a three-minute cab ride from over a dozen major casinos and hotels.

MR:

You’re right, John. $105 million is pretty conservative.

But you know what? I’d rather play it safe.

And remember: That $105 million is on top of the $60 million revenue surge that kicks off in the next few weeks.

JB:

So even with your “play it safe” estimate, total revenue could hit $165 million.

MR:

Yes. At seven times revenue, that’s a valuation of $1.1 billion.

A gain of 4,417%.

JB:

But that’s pretty conservative for the cannabis industry. The usual multiple is 15.

MR:

True – and that would bring valuation to over $2.4 billion.

Private investors could see gains of nearly 9,000% on valuation alone.

So $1,000 would grow to $91,000.

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$5,000 would turn into $455,000.

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$10,000 would grow to over $900,000.

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And a $25,000 stake could turn into nearly $2.3 million.

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JB:

No other way to say it – those are life-changing returns.

MR:

And that’s before this company goes public.

JB:

Obviously, those kinds of gains aren’t the norm – but even a tiny fraction of that would be life-changing.

So how can someone take advantage of this opportunity?

MR:

John…

We Have a Special Deal for Viewers Today...

An Opportunity to Lock In Private Shares for Just $1 Each.

And you can get in before anyone else.

Because as part of this deal, you can jump to the head of the line.

JB:

That’s important, because…

There's a Limited Number of These Private Shares.

And Once They’re Gone, That’s It.

MR:

Most venture capitalists would kill for a deal like this.

It’s almost like a license to print money.

Look, $1 a share works out to a valuation of about $26.4 million.

But when that $60 million revenue surge hits, that could skyrocket to $1.1 billion.

That’s a potential gain of 4,417% before this company even considers going public.

Once they get the green light and the Strip resort opens, revenue could surge to $165 million.

So this company could be worth $2.4 billion.

A gain of 9,000% on valuation alone.

JB:

At just $1, those private shares seem underpriced. Why would they do that?

MR:

It’s basic supply and demand.

Let’s say a company’s private shares are worth $5.

But they decide to go public at $4.

Thanks to that 20% discount, shares sell like crazy.

Prices go through the roof. And private investors make a killing.

That’s what happened with Tilray – one of the best IPOs of 2018.

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The board underpriced shares just a little at $17.

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Twenty-four hours later – they were worth almost $30.

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Sixty days later, shares went for $214.

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That’s a gain of 1,158%.

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Enough to turn $10,000 into nearly $126,000.

JB:

Do you think the same thing could happen here? You don’t see those kinds of gains every day.

MR:

John, I think this deal could be even bigger.

That $60 million revenue surge could hit within weeks.

And once it does, I expect the value of those $1 shares to go through the roof.

If You Grab Shares Now, They Could Go up 4,417% Before the IPO.

So when this company does go public, let’s just say... you could make a fortune.

When its IPO goes into effect, private investors could make 9,000%.

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Meaning you could turn $10,000 into over $900,000...

And make just under $1 million from a single private play.

Those are the kinds of returns most people only dream about.

And that’s not the only way to profit here.

Small cannabis firms are prime acquisition targets.

When HEXO bought Newstrike on March 13, 2019, private stakeholders made nearly 10 times their investment.

When Aurora snapped up MedReleaf, private shares shot up nearly 20 times over.

JB:

But that’s nothing compared to what happened with Mettrum.

When they got bought out by Canopy, some private investors made 227,570 times their money.

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Just $100 would have grown to over $22,750,000.

MR:

John, that’s “private island” money.

Now, I don’t have a crystal ball, and I can’t guarantee things will turn out perfectly.

But I’ve seen all the details, I’ve talked to their team, I’ve been to the location.

And I’m firmly convinced this Vegas cannabis player could turn a small stake into $2.3 million.

JB:

Now…

This Is Strictly a First-Come, First-Served Deal.

So it’s quite possible that all private shares will be spoken for soon.

And once that window of opportunity closes, that’s it.

Because for this type of deal, federal regulations make it impossible to open it up again.

MR:

That’s right. You can buy and sell as many shares of Apple or IBM as you want.

But by law, private placements are limited.

JB:

The best news is that this deal is NOT limited to “accredited investors.”

So you don’t need a million dollars in assets or have to jump through hoops.

It’s open to anybody.

MR:

And you can get started with as little as $1,000.

Of course, that’s still enough to make some serious money.

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Harvest Health’s private shares racked up gains of 17,150%.

Private shares in Acreage skyrocketed 49,900%.

Early investors in Canopy made up to 113,680%.

JB:

This is the kind of opportunity that can change your life. But frankly, it’s not for everyone.

Like any type of investing, private deals do have risks.

You could make millions.

Or you could lose your entire investment.

So you should never bet the farm on a single play.

MR:

You’re right, John. But with this deal, you don’t have to, because you can get started with just $1,000.

And remember…

95% of All Stock Market Profits Go to Private Shareholders – People Who Got In Before a Company Goes Public.

The 5% that’s left over? That’s what everyone fights over.

JB:

Now, I don’t know about you.

But I’d rather grab the huge piece of the pie...

Instead of the little one.

MR:

It’s a no-brainer. I believe this company will take over the Vegas market – and if they do – you could see gains of up to 9,000%.

And the Only Way to Get the Details on This Deal Is through the National Institute for Cannabis Investors.

JB:

But here’s the thing.

Even though this one deal could let you turn a small stake into nearly $2.3 million...

This is NOT a one-and-done opportunity.

In fact, we’d like to give you the opportunity to…

Get In on up to Six Private Cannabis Plays per Year.

It’s all part of our new research service, Cannabis Venture Syndicate.

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MR:

The profit potential on these private deals can be massive.

Take Emerald, the cannabis biotech we covered earlier this year.

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Their groundbreaking MS treatment could dominate a $27.4 billion market.

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Plus, Emerald has two other cannabis-based drugs in development.

If all three succeed – private shares could shoot up 105,000%.

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A small $1,000 stake would turn into $10.5 million.

We’ve been scouring the United States and Canada looking for our next big opportunity.

And that’s what we’re bringing you today.

JB:

Just like before, we’re pulling together a small group of people.

People who not only want to know about these private deals and how to play them...

But are willing to take decisive action.

Michael, can you talk about the advantages of a service like this?

MR:

Look, John – the biggest returns come from early-stage investing. That’s a fact.

But there’s just one problem.

To get in on these deals, you have to know the right people.

And most angel investors and venture capitalists don’t want to share the wealth.

JB:

So it’s almost impossible for the average Joe to find private cannabis plays.

MR:

But as part of Cannabis Venture Syndicate, you’ll be one of the first to know about these deals.

Even before most venture capitalists or angel investors catch wind of them.

So you can truly get in on the ground floor.

In this case, you could get started with just $1,000...

And turn a small stake into nearly $2.3 million.

JB:

Plus, you can get the details on up to six private placement deals every year.

You may choose to invest in one deal. Or two. Or all of them. Or none of them.

It’s completely up to you.

MR:

And we don’t just show you how to connect with these early-stage companies.

We Do All the Heavy Lifting for You.

All the Research. All the Fact-Finding. All the Due Diligence.

So by the time you hear about an opportunity, it’s been thoroughly analyzed.

JB:

Can you tell our viewers exactly what that means?

MR:

Here at The Institute, people bring us dozens of deals each year.

With that kind of active pipeline, we can afford to pass on the ones that don’t fit our very strict criteria.

Because if one doesn’t work out, there’s another right behind it.

In fact, to find the company we talked about today – our team looked at 30 different startups.

All of them were solid contenders.

But we’re only interested in the best of the best.

Just narrowing the field took hundreds of hours of in-depth analysis.

And only three made the cut.

Then we really started digging.

We ripped apart their pitch decks. We went through their financials line by line. We grilled the CEOs, asking them the tough questions.

Then we put boots on the ground. We toured their facilities... got an up-close look at the market... and did a deep dive with the entire management team.

After all that – only one company made the grade.

JB:

Most people just don’t have the time to do that kind of research.

Fact is most Wall Street analysts are utterly clueless about the cannabis market – especially when it comes to these lucrative private plays.

MR:

And if you hired a team of financial experts to do all that hard work, you could easily spend $20,000... $30,000... even $50,000 on consulting fees – before you put a penny into the actual company!

JB:

Michael, let’s say someone wants to take action. What’s next?

MR:

Our team has pulled together a detailed Prospectus Package.

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You’ll get exclusive in-depth research on the Vegas cannabis market – one of the fastest-growing in the world.

You’ll also get a rundown on the company’s financials from gross revenue to bottom-line profits and future growth.

And you’ll hear about the three deals – including the Strip location we talked about today – that could make this the next billion-dollar unicorn.

Along with everything else you need to make your decision.

JB:

Next, you’ll get the company’s Pitch Decks.

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These are short presentations for potential investors.

The management team will walk you through the company’s background... financials... and strategic growth plan…

And explain how they’re grabbing market share from competitors.

The head grower, senior lab tech, and executive chef will walk you through their proprietary production processes.

And you’ll get detailed info on the rest of the team, including the ultimate Vegas insider we mentioned earlier.

MR:

After that, we’ve got the Due Diligence Package.

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Good due diligence is critical. It can mean the difference between losing every single penny or making millions.

But most private investors are flying blind.

They don’t really know how to read a financial statement.

They don’t have any advanced modeling to predict future revenue under different market conditions.

They have no way of doing a real competitive analysis.

JB:

But Cannabis Venture Syndicate has experts in all of these areas on the team.

And we’ve done all the grunt work.

You get all the details on cash flow... revenue... valuation and growth projections...

Plus, a thorough analysis of the competition.

MR:

John, I wish I had a team like this back when I started out.

I could have saved myself a lot of headaches – and made a lot more money.

Especially with this next step: the Deal Memo.

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The Deal Memo is a quick summary of the entire Prospectus.

 

 

 

 

 

JB:

The Memo lets you get a handle on the deal, so you can look at it from every angle and make sure it’s right for you.

And that’s absolutely critical.

MR:

Right, John. Next, you’ll get the Terms Sheet.

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This is a short document that lays out the exact terms of the deal.

Like share price, current valuation, and number of shares available.

It also gives you access to a secure website where you can get all the documents you need to move forward...

And the private phone number of the company rep who will show you, step by step, how to actually make your investment.

JB:

On top of that, you get the Private Investing Primer.

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This short book takes all the mystery out of private investing.

It explains all the jargon, like “burn rate,” “pro rata,” or “dilution” in plain English.

You’ll discover how to get a steady stream of private deals coming your way...

The 12 best-kept secrets to investing in private companies...

And how to structure each deal for maximum profit and minimum risk.

Plus, it has a glossary of terms, so you can quickly decode “CEO speak.”

MR:

If you get in on this private deal, you’re going to want to keep up with the latest developments.

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So every month, we send out an investment update.

When this company closes their next deal – you’ll hear about it.

When they break ground on that 70,000-square-foot Strip resort – you’ll hear about that too.

We also check in with the management team... cover any increases in valuation or revenue... and share any new insights or potential gains.

JB:

Plus, every time there’s a major development, you’ll get a special email alert.

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So if this company secures new licenses...

Buys out a major competitor...

Or becomes an acquisition target for a big player like Canopy or Acreage...

You’ll hear about it right away.

MR:

John, there’s one more benefit to this research service we need to talk about.

The Cannabis Venture Mastermind.

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This is a chance for you to connect with other like-minded people.

The select few who have stepped into the secretive world of private investing.

When we bring you a new opportunity, you can discuss it with other members.

They may spot a chance to profit that you don’t know about.

Or they might have some industry-insider knowledge you don’t have.

JB:

Likewise, you might bring a new idea to the table – one that benefits everyone.

You can discuss all of the pitches…

What you like or don’t like about each deal...

And whether or not you’re investing in the companies.

Plus, being a part of this Mastermind has another advantage.

If you become known as a successful private investor, up-and-coming companies may want to seek you out.

MR:

John, this is where it gets really exciting.

You can bring these deals to the Mastermind and form your own “mini-syndicate” to invest in each one.

And other people in the Mastermind can do the same for you.

Or you could just decide to keep these opportunities to yourself.

Either way, you can win.

Remember: Our team will highlight four to six private deals every year.

And your fellow Mastermind members could bring you a dozen more.

JB:

Even if only half of those plays work out – you could see life-changing profits year after year.

And we’re going to be meeting up in the real world too.

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The National Institute for Cannabis Investors hosts one of the largest retreats in the industry.

You’ll get to network with fellow members... meet the Cannabis Venture Syndicate team...

And get face to face with CEOs and executives from dozens of private companies.

This is really huge, because any one of those could turn into your next deal.

As part of the Cannabis Venture Syndicate, you’ll enjoy VIP status.

You’ll meet the CEOs of every startup we highlight in private, closed-door sessions.

Just like the show Shark Tank, they’ll pitch you on their companies.

And just like Daymond John or Robert Herjavec – you get to decide if you want to back them – or not.

MR:

Now, this is a serious opportunity.

We’re dedicating a lot of resources to a small group of members.

You get all the details on four to six private deals every year.

Each one will include a confidential Prospectus and Private Deal Dossier.

Including the company’s Pitch Deck...

The Due Diligence Package... Deal Memo... Terms Sheet...

JB:

You Get Everything You Need to Get In on What Could Be the Next Billion-Dollar Private Cannabis Play.

And you won’t pay $50,000... $30,000... or even $20,000.

Heck, you won’t even pay $10,000. Or even half that.

Now, this offer is only going out to a limited group of people – people who understand the value of an opportunity like this one.

So we have a special treat.

A way for you to pay much less... and potentially make much more...

Thanks to an instant $3,000 rebate.

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That saves you nearly two-thirds off the normal price.

Of course, you can use your $3,000 any way you like.

But if you put it into this private deal, you could potentially walk away with $270,000.

MR:

And remember: Right now, our team is looking at another two dozen deals in our pipeline.

So that $270,000 windfall from your rebate could be just the beginning.

JB:

I’d Like to Invite You to Join the Cannabis Venture Syndicate.

As soon as you subscribe, you’ll be rushed a digital welcome kit.

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This includes the Pitch Deck and investor presentation for the Las Vegas cannabis player we talked about today.

You’ll get our Due Diligence Package covering everything you need to know about the company.

You’ll get our Deal Memo on this opportunity.

And you’ll get the Terms Sheet with the private contact who will help you secure your shares.

Plus, you’ll get our Private Investing Primer, so you’ll know everything you need to become a successful private investor.

Then, over the next year, you’ll get up to six more opportunities to invest in private companies.

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We’ll give you monthly updates on all of the deals.

And you’ll get instant updates by email whenever there’s a new development.

You’ll also get access to the Cannabis Venture Mastermind, so you can start connecting with fellow members right away.

Plus, you’ll be invited to our annual retreat.

As a VIP, you’ll enjoy a private dinner. Steak, lobster, top-shelf drinks. It’s all on the house.

However, You Have to Act Fast.

There’s Very Limited Availability.

And it’s very likely that $3,000 rebate will not be available in the future.

Because once we close the doors, it could be years before we let new subscribers in.

MR:

This opportunity is going to be life-changing.

Especially for folks who have never invested in a private company before.

This could be the kind of rare and exceptional opportunity that let early investors in Harvest turn $10,000 into $1.7 million.

Or $4.9 million on Acreage.

Or even $11.3 million on Canopy.

Those Kinds of Returns Can Finally Let You Live Life on Your Terms – No One Else’s.

JB:

Michael, I can’t thank you enough for being here today.

Right now, you have an opportunity to enter the lucrative arena of private investing.

And I Urge You to Click the Button Below Right Now.

Because just a few weeks from today, this tiny Vegas cannabis player could go vertical with revenue surging by up to $60 million.

The value of this little company could hit $1.1 billion – a gain of 4,417%.

All before they go public.

When that cannabis resort opens, revenue could surge again to $165 million.

And this company could be worth an incredible $2.4 billion –a gain of 9,000%.

Enough to turn a small stake into $2.3 million.

And when this little Vegas cannabis firm goes public...

You could see the kind of returns enjoyed by private investors in Harvest, Acreage, or Canopy...

And potentially turn $10,000 into $1.7 million... $4.9 million... even $11.3 million.

Those kinds of rare and exceptional returns are usually restricted to venture capitalists and angel investors.

But this is your chance to stake your claim – and create wealth that lasts generations.

All you have to do is click the button below.

You’ll be taken to a brief form where you can secure one of the limited spots available today.

If you have any questions about the service and how it will work for you, I encourage you to contact our reliable customer service team at 866-298-7257 or 443-380-2078 for international calls and mention Priority Code: ECVSW6BS.

For the National Institute for Cannabis Investors, I’m John Burke. Thank you for watching.

June 2020

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Hi, my name is John Burke.

I’ve been an investigative journalist for over 25 years.

And I’ve logged over two million miles covering everything from Wall Street to the lost mysteries of the Titanic.

But today, I’m covering a different story.

A story that’s much bigger – and much more personal – than anything I’ve done before.

A story that also has very direct and personal ramifications for you.

It’s about a little company that’s pushing its business into one of the rarest, most profitable, and hard-to-come-by locations in the world…

The only location of its kind surrounded by 43 million high-paying customers.

That’s an advantage that could practically guarantee a huge success.

I’m talking about the Las Vegas Strip, home to more money than almost any other spot in the world.

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I mean, you could put a pizza joint here and make millions of dollars.

But this little company isn’t a pizza joint. It’s not a casino. Nor does it have anything to do with gambling.

Yet it’s paving its way to become an American icon.

Now, I said this story was personal, and I mean it.

Because no matter where you’re watching from, no matter where you live or what you do…

You Can Take Part in What Could Be the Next Great American Business Story in the Making.

And even a small stake in this booming business could be worth millions of dollars to you.

Now, in a moment, I’m going to bring in Michael Robinson, our venture capital expert.

But I want to make sure we cover all the details – so let’s go on location...

Folks, I’m here across the street from what will be the vastly expanded Las Vegas Convention Center.

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Now, the current complex is already the largest forum for American business and entertainment in the entire world.

And with the $935 million expansion you see behind me… it’s about to get even bigger.

That’s the new entrance right there.

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It sits smack-dab in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip.

Over 7.1 million people are estimated to make their way through these doors.

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Another 5.2 million pass by on the streets outside.

Making the spot I’m standing on right here perhaps the most valuable square foot of property on the planet.

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Whoever owns the rights to this space is going to make, according to our estimates, over $2 billion.

And one small firm has just secured control.

Now, folks, I took you on location so you could see the full impact of the opportunity we’re talking about today.

Imagine owning a piece of this.

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70,000 square feet of the largest cannabis resort ever created.

And it’s not just the Convention Center that will make this business so incredibly valuable.

Take a look at this map.

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The planned location sits right on the Strip.

So the 43 million tourists who come to Vegas every year are just minutes away.

It sits between three Marriott hotels that service the Convention Center.

Which means thousands of potential customers will walk right past the front door multiple times a day, 365 days a year.

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The Las Vegas Monorail connects the Convention Center to the Sahara, Bally’s, Caesars Palace, and the MGM Grand. It’s literally right around the corner.

Those hotels alone create $2.7 billion in revenue every year.

This resort is just a two-minute cab ride from iconic venues like the Wynn, the Palazzo, the Venetian, and the Encore.

They pull in another $3.5 billion per year.

Paradise Road is one of the busiest streets in Vegas. Over 290,000 people use it every single day.

And it’s just 300 feet away.

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No competitor can match this location.

And once it gets the final green light, they never will.

Because…

This 70,000-Square-Foot Resort Should Have a Virtual Monopoly on the Strip.

In fact, according to the company…

This will be the only place to get, experience, or enjoy cannabis on the Strip for years – even decades – to come.

And right here, right now…

You Can Own a Piece of This Cannabis Resort Before It’s Developed!

In One of the Most Unique Private Deals Ever Made Available to Everyday Folks.

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I’ll explain more about this deal in a moment.

But first, let’s bring in one of the world’s top experts on cannabis and venture capital: Michael Robinson.

Like myself, he’s a board member of the National Institute for Cannabis Investors.

And he’s a venture capital expert who knows more about private deals… how to value them… and how to take advantage of them than just about anyone else on the planet.

Michael, thank you so much for joining me.

MR:

Thanks, John. I’m excited to be here.

JB:

Michael, Las Vegas is a city of icons.

From the famous “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign...

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To the Rat Pack’s favorite hangouts...

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To the new generation of luxury resorts that dominate the Strip.

MR:

These Las Vegas icons are world-famous – and they’re worth a fortune.

For example, the Bellagio is valued at $4.2 billion.

MGM Resorts, $14.5 billion.

The Sands, $45 billion.

In the ’90s, these new icons transformed Vegas from a gambling mecca to an adult Disneyland.

We’re talking world-class entertainment, five-star dining, and luxury shopping.

Today, cannabis is the next stage in this evolution.

And just like the Bellagio, the Wynn, and the MGM Grand were the catalysts for last evolutionary leap in Vegas...

This 70,000-square-foot cannabis resort could be the catalyst for the next.

JB:

Now, it’s too late to buy into the Convention Center… or the Bellagio... or the Wynn.

Of course, given the chance, anyone would take that opportunity in a heartbeat.

MR:

Absolutely, but it’s entirely possible to take advantage of what’s destined to become the next cash cow in Vegas.

A huge cash cow for that matter.

Now, I’m not suggesting this cannabis resort will be worth $45 billion like the Sands…

But if it grows to just 1/20 that size, the profit potential is staggering.

Because I believe…

This Little Company Is Set to Take Over the Entire Cannabis Market in Nevada Before It Goes Public.

Today, we value this company at about $26 million.

But soon after this company goes public, I expect the market cap to go up to $2.4 billion.

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Now, that’s a potential gain of 9,000%.

Anyone Who Owns a Piece of This Future Icon Could Make a Fortune.

Even a Small Stake Could Turn into $2.3 Million.

JB:

Vegas icons like the Bellagio, the Venetian, and the Wynn were off-limits to anyone but investment bankers and billionaire venture capitalists.

But thanks to a new federal law, everyday folks have a chance to make out like millionaires.

MR:

John, this is a huge, huge change in the country.

And it’s pretty amazing when you think about it.

It’s the kind of deal every investor dreams about.

 

 

The Strip location alone could become the number-one source of retail cannabis sales in the entire world.

And that’s not the only ace they’re holding, John.

This little company has stacked the deck entirely in its favor.

Look, I’ve been in venture capital for 35 years.

This kind of opportunity comes along once a decade – if you’re lucky.

In fact…

This Could Be the Most Lucrative Private Deal in the History of the U.S. Cannabis Market.

JB:

Michael, in 1996, you were one of five people who helped kick-start the $200 billion cloud computing market.

You played a key role in Intel’s $7.8 billion acquisition of McAfee.

And one of your startups is leading the pack as the $7 trillion “Internet of Things” ramps up.

MR:

John, for the last 25 years, Silicon Valley has been the focal point for venture capital.

But all that’s changing now.

Last year, private investors pumped $370 million into cannabis startups.

This year, that will more than triple – to over $1 billion.

JB:

That’s for sure.

Michael, your initial public dossier on the cannabis market showed people how to make 1,470%... 2,998%... even 6,030% on cannabis companies.

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Just $1,000 in each play could have grown to nearly $205,000 at the peak.

MR:

Those are fantastic profits.

But remember, John: Those were all just regular publicly traded companies.

The right private plays, like we’re talking about today, can make more – much more.

Because you’re truly getting in on the ground floor.

Take Harvest Health.

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In August 2018, it was still private. Shares were going for just 6 cents.

They IPOed on November 16.

Trading closed at $5.73.

If you secured private shares at 6 cents...

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You would have made 94 times your money in just three months.

Last April, Harvest hit $10.35 a share.

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Heck, getting in at 6 cents, you could have now made 17,150%.

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And turn a $10,000 stake into more than $1.7 million.

JB:

Those numbers are amazing. But Harvest isn’t an isolated case.

MR:

Not at all. Just look at Curaleaf.

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Last year, you could have grabbed private shares for just 12 and half cents.

When Curaleaf IPOed on October 29, you would have made almost 47 times your money.

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A $10,000 stake would have grown to $468,000.

By November 2, Curaleaf shot up to $8.43 per share.

If you got in at the IPO – you would have made a quick 44%.

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But if you got in before the IPO, your total gains would have hit 6,647%.

JB:

151 times more than if you got in at the IPO.

That’s a huge difference.

MR:

$10,000 at the IPO would have grown to $14,400. Not bad.

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But $10,000 in private shares would have grown to $674,700.

By April 2019 – just six months after Curaleaf went public – that same $10,000 investment would have turned into $902,400.

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Now, these kinds of returns are rare – they don’t happen every day.

But they show you just how profitable private cannabis plays can be.

JB:

When you take a moment and think about what that can do for the average person – and how it could change their life… it’s truly amazing.

And yet… you believe that this Las Vegas cannabis player could be even bigger.

MR:

Absolutely, John.

Right Now, Nevada Is the Hottest Cannabis Market in the World.

Now, I’m saying this as a guy from California – what most people think of as the heart of the U.S. cannabis market.

But Nevada’s cannabis market puts California’s to shame.

And Las Vegas is ground zero.

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In fact, the Vegas cannabis market could hit $770 million this year alone.

By 2021, it’s expected to reach $840 million.

Soon after, $1.6 billion a year.

And up to $100 million of those sales could happen at this location.

Making this, perhaps, the largest retail cannabis outlet in the world.

JB:

What’s really impressive is how the CEO cornered the market on this location. It’s a truly unique story.

MR:

Right. But the Strip location is just one chapter. The rest of the story is actually even more impressive.

JB:

How so?

MB:

Over the last 12 months, the CEO has been quietly making deals.

Deals that could send revenue soaring even higher.

Deals that could easily secure their spot as the dominant force, not just in Las Vegas – but the entire state of Nevada.

When the first of these deals closes – just a few weeks from today – the value of this company could surge from $26 million to $427 million.

When the second deal closes, valuation could surge again to $1.1 billion.

Once deal number three closes…

This Company Could Be Worth an Astonishing $2.4 Billion.

That’s a Gain of 9,000% on Valuation Alone.

JB:

Those are the kinds of gains we saw from the first wave of big cannabis firms like Aurora, Tilray, and Canopy.

MR:

And private investors in those companies made millions.

Take our friend John Boehner’s firm, Acreage.

On March 15, 2018, you could have bought pre-IPO shares for just 5 cents.

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On November 15 – eight months later to the day – Acreage went public at $25 per share...

A gain of 49,900%.

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Just $10,000 could have grown to nearly $5 million.

Those are the kinds of exceptional profits you can see from the right kind of private cannabis plays.

JB:

But until recently, there was no way for the average person to get in on these deals.

Unless you had at least $1 million in the bank – you were shut out by federal law.

And if you did have that kind of money, the chances of you hearing about these lucrative private investments were slim.

MR:

Yes, and because of new federal regulations, anyone can now get into a private deal like this – for pennies.

And look...

Private Investments Are Where Most of the Real Money Gets Made.

In fact, Inc. magazine found that just 5% of profits come from publicly traded stocks.

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JB:

In other words, insiders grab 95 cents of every dollar.

MR:

Yes, and they lock in those profits long before a company goes public.

In fact, with the deal we’re discussing today…

You Can Get Started with as Little as $1,000.

JB:

Now, Michael, you’ve been on the board of a Silicon Valley venture capital firm.

You’ve been an advisor to 12 successful startups.

And you’re also a founding member of the National Institute for Cannabis Investors.

You must see hundreds of potential deals every year.

How do you decide which ones are worth your time?

MR:

Frankly, most of the startups I see are nothing to get excited about.

But this Las Vegas cannabis company stood out from the crowd.

JB:

How so?

MR:

This cannabis resort will have a one-of-a-kind location with seven million customers on its doorstep.

JB:

The foot traffic alone could be enough to make it the most profitable location in the country.

MR:

On top of that, the site sits between three Marriott hotels.

Thousands of people stay at these hotels every year – and they’ll walk by this cannabis resort at least twice a day.

JB:

The Encore, the Wynn, the Venetian, Treasure Island, and the Palazzo are just down the street – about three minutes away.

MR:

Those are some of the largest hotels on the planet.

They have nearly 15,000 rooms and host 2.9 million guests every single year.

JB:

Michael, take a look at this. Right here – that’s the Monorail.

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It links the Convention Center to the Sahara, the MGM Grand, Bally’s, and Caesars Palace. Four million people ride it every year.

On top of that, the resort will be clearly visible from Paradise Road – one of the busiest streets in Vegas.

MR:

And once they close the last piece of this deal – it will be the only dispensary on the Strip.

But the company didn’t pick this location – or Las Vegas – by accident.

In fact…

This Cannabis Resort Is Just the Final Stage of a Brilliant Three-Part Growth Strategy.

A strategy that’s designed to make this company the dominant player in the $770 million-a-year Vegas cannabis market.

A strategy that I believe could turn this little company into the next billion-dollar cannabis unicorn in as little as 18 months.

JB:

Michael, can you take us through this strategy step by step?

I mean, there’s no question the Nevada market is booming.

But is it really better than California, Oregon, or Colorado?

MR:

Well, John, let’s just take a look at the numbers here.

Recreational sales kicked off in July 2017.

By December 31 – less than six months later – Vegas cannabis sales hit $200 million.

In 2018, that more than doubled to $464 million.

In 2019, sales hit $616 million.

This year, John, legal cannabis could bring in almost $770 million.

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JB:

And it’s growing faster than expected.

Back in 2017, statewide cannabis sales were projected to hit $814 million by 2025.

But we’re on track to blow past that a full five years ahead of schedule.

MR:

By 2025, the Vegas market alone could be worth $1.6 billion.

And I believe it could be worth much more.

JB:

Michael, let’s stop there for moment.

$1.6 billion – that’s two times more than original projections for the entire state.

And you actually think that’s low. Why?

MR:

Yes, I do, John, and for a very simple reason: Supply and demand.

43 million people visit Vegas every year.

That’s more than the population of Washington, Oregon, and Colorado combined.

Those three states are expected to sell $4.3 billion of cannabis by 2024.

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Now let’s take a look at Canada. It has 37 million people. By 2024, legal cannabis could be worth $5.2 billion.

California – where I’m from – has 40 million people. Sales could hit $7.2 billion by 2024.

So yes, with 43 million people coming to Vegas every year...

And the fact that almost all of them are here looking to have a good time...

I DO think $1.6 billion is actually pretty conservative.

If growth matches what we’ve seen in other legal states…

The Vegas Cannabis Market Could Be Worth $4 Billion... $5 Billion... Even $7 Billion or More.

JB:

And no other place on Earth has so many potential cannabis buyers in such a small area.

Most of those 43 million visitors are packed into 4.2 square miles around the Strip.

That’s roughly 10 million people per square mile.

More than the entire population of New York City.

MR:

Any way you cut it, the numbers are mind-blowing.

Let’s say one out of 10 tourists wants to buy cannabis.

That’s 4.3 million people – more than the population of Los Angeles.

JB:

And frankly, one in 10 is probably low.

Studies show about one in seven Americans use cannabis. In legal states, it’s up to one in three.

MR:

At that rate, John, that means over 14 million cannabis buyers come to Vegas every year.

That’s more than the population of Los Angeles and New York combined.

JB:

And supply is strictly limited.

MR:

That’s right.

Massive Demand and Limited Supply Makes Vegas the Perfect Market for a Fast-Growing Cannabis Company.

And Right Now Is the Perfect Time to Get In.

JB:

Why is that?

MR:

John, every cannabis market goes through three stages.

First, you have Inception.

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Cannabis has just been legalized. The first dispensaries open. And the money comes rolling in.

Next comes Hypergrowth.

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Legal sales are now the norm. New customers flood the market. And sales go vertical.

Finally, we hit Maturity.

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Sales level off. Growth slows down to single digits. And a few major players dominate the market.

Let me show you how this works.

In 2011, Colorado sold $200 million worth of legal marijuana.

That was the beginning of Inception.

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By 2013, sales hit $333 million.

JB:

That’s similar to what we’ve seen in Nevada so far.

MR:

But look what happened when Hypergrowth kicked in.

By 2014, Colorado’s legal cannabis market doubled to $684 million.

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In 2015, sales hit $996 million.

And in 2016, legal cannabis brought in $1.3 billion.

JB:

So in just three years, the Colorado cannabis market nearly quadrupled.

MR:

And you can see the same pattern in every other legal state.

Right Now, Vegas Is in the Early Stages of Hypergrowth.

If You Want to Make Serious Profits – This Is When You Want to Take Action.

Especially with a deal like the one we’re talking about now.

JB:

OK, so Las Vegas is the best cannabis market in the country.

But still, what makes this small company so special?

MR:

You know, John, what I love about this company is how strategic they are.

Today – just five years after they started – they have one of the most sought-after premium cannabis brands in the state.

JB:

Can you explain why that’s so important?

MR:

Today’s cannabis users aren’t just looking to get high. They want quality. And they’re willing to pay top dollar for it.

Think of it this way.

You could pay $30 for a bottle of regular Dewar’s scotch.

Or you could pay $150 for a 21-year-old bottle of Glenlivet.

The funny thing: It’s not that much more expensive to make the good stuff.

But you can charge three... five... even 10 times more.

JB:

And people are happy to pay it.

In fact, someone who pays $150 for a bottle of premium scotch will brag about it.

And of course, they’d never touch the less expensive stuff.

MR:

It’s the same with cannabis.

Premium brands command premium prices.

And premium prices mean much higher profits.

Take Plus Products. They make high-quality cannabis extracts.

They charge high prices.

And their investors profit.

Private shares went for 46 cents.

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When Plus IPOed at $3.65 a share, early investors made nearly eight times their money.

Soon after, shares hit $6.50.

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Enough to turn $10,000 into over $140,000.

That’s the power of a great brand.

And this Vegas cannabis player understands that power.

In fact, branding is at the heart of their strategic plan.

JB:

They have an entire portfolio of premium branded products – 29 in total.

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And they all command premium prices.

MR:

And they’re in high demand too.

JB:

In fact, nearly three out of four dispensaries in Vegas already carry this company’s products.

One store sells over 6,000 boxes of edibles every month. They can barely keep them in stock.

MR:

It’s the kind of market dominance you very rarely see.

And you can’t create that kind of demand unless you deliver the best possible quality.

That’s another thing I love about this company.

You can see their commitment to quality from seed to sale.

Take a look at this footage from one of their grow rooms.

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Everything is hydroponic – and it’s the most advanced system I’ve ever seen.

JB:

Michael, can you explain to people watching why that’s so important?

MR:

Growing high-quality cannabis – consistently – isn’t easy.

And the cost of failure is sky-high.

Canopy is one of the biggest growers around.

But even they make mistakes.

Take a look at this screen here.

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The retail value of this crop was estimated at $45 million.

And all it took to wipe it out was one small mistake.

But this little company we’re talking about today, John, has the most advanced cultivation system I’ve ever seen.

Everything is run by a custom-built system that analyzes 27 data points around the clock.

If anything is off, an alert immediately goes out to the head grower.

She can adjust everything from nutrient ratios... to airflow... to humidity… all from a secure smartphone.

With just 24,000 square feet of cultivation, this system produces 600 pounds of high-quality cannabis every month.

And their production lab is even more impressive.

JB:

Michael, I want to stop here for a second to explain why this is so critical.

Nevada has the most stringent cannabis testing in the country.

Besides THC, the law requires every crop to be analyzed for mold, fungus, and heavy metals.

And these tests are extremely strict.

MR:

That’s why the average grower in Nevada loses nearly one-third of their crop due to failed tests.

So if they produce $10 million worth of cannabis per year – around $3 million of that will end up in the garbage.

JB:

But this company’s lab can test down to the microgram level.

MR:

That’s correct, John.

And they’ve never failed a test. Not one time.

So they don’t have to dump millions of dollars of cannabis in the trash.

They can sell it and put the money in the bank.

JB:

And this goes way beyond testing.

MR:

Right again.

This state-of-the-art lab can produce strain-specific extracts.

Extracts with consistent potency and flavor.

Extracts that – like a bottle of fine scotch – command premium prices.

JB:

And that kind of consistency is way beyond any small cannabis player.

MR:

That’s right.

Look at it this way. A decent extraction machine starts at $250,000. The good ones go for more than $1 million.

JB:

Most small growers just can’t spend that kind of money.

MR:

And most small growers produce low-quality extracts.

But the brilliant CEO behind the company we’re talking about today has invested $12.5 million in this operation so far.

That’s the kind of obsessive focus on quality I like to see.

JB:

But here’s what really got my attention:

The Mastermind Behind Their Popular Edibles Is Actually a Wolfgang Puck Protégé.

She’s taken her best recipes to make amazing cannabis-infused brownies, gummies, caramels, and rice treats.

I tried one of her regular, non-pot brownies on our trip to Vegas – and it was one of the best I’ve ever tasted.

MR:

Again, one more reason this company is unique.

I can’t think of any other cannabis firm with a world-class pastry chef on staff.

And this relentless focus on quality is all part of their strategic plan.

For the last five years, they’ve been building their brand... refining their cultivation systems... and dialing in production.

Now, they’re ready to move on to the next stage.

And this is where the rubber really meets the road.

JB:

Michael, we talked about the Convention Center location...

The fact that it’s well on the way to becoming the only place to get cannabis on the Strip...

Why this cannabis resort could become the next Vegas icon...

And how it could push the value of this tiny company to more than $2 billion.

MR:

But remember, John: That cannabis resort on the Strip is just one part of this firm’s bold strategic growth plan.

Multiple Deals Are Kicking Off Right Now as We Speak.

Deals That I Expect Will Trigger a Massive Revenue Surge.

JB:

When do you think that will happen?

MR:

Well, John, back in August 2019, the CEO made two key deals.

The first deal closes just a few weeks from today.

When it does, this company acquires not one but two new dispensaries...

And $11 million in new revenue literally overnight.

Even better, John, both stores have huge upside potential.

The CEO’s planned improvements could boost store revenue by another $13.5 million.

Which means…

The First Deal Alone Is Worth Almost $25 Million per Year.

JB:

That’s amazing.

But you mentioned two deals. What about the second one?

MR:

John, it’s even bigger than the first one. In fact, it could be twice as profitable.

Deal number two includes this dispensary.

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It commands some of the highest prices in town – and brings in $24 million a year.

The deal also includes 50,000 square feet of cultivation space, which could easily triple production.

Conservatively, that could boost revenue by another $11.3 million.

Meaning…

The Second Deal Could Be Worth More than $35 Million per Year.

JB:

OK, just to recap:

You expect these two deals to boost revenue by a total of $60 million.

MR:

Exactly. And it’s going to happen pretty quickly.

The first deal closes a few weeks from today. The second should happen soon after.

And this company’s revenue could surge – get this John – 16 times.

JB:

But revenue isn’t everything. What about the bottom line?

MR:

John, that’s a very important point. And it’s another reason I love this little company.

Unlike Most Startups, They Actually Make Money.

And when those two deals close...

JB:

Profits could go through the roof.

MR:

You’re right, John. Until now, this company didn’t have any retail exposure.

They had to sell at wholesale prices – and leave tons of money on the table.

But with these dispensaries, they cut out the middleman – and keep every single penny.

JB:

Michael, how much money are we talking about?

MR:

By my calculations, roughly $28 million per year.

And again, that’s pure profit.

JB:

OK, so these two deals could make revenue surge by $60 million.

And bottom-line profits could go up by nearly $28 million.

MR:

Right. And that’s another reason I’m so excited about this company.

A Tiny Cannabis Firm with Booming Revenue AND Bottom-Line Profits Is Almost Unheard Of.

I mean, big players like Canopy made private investors millions – while losing money like crazy!

The chance to get in on a private deal like this – where the company is already turning a profit – comes once in a blue moon.

Private investors could turn a small stake into nearly $160,000, even at this early stage.

But here’s the crazy thing, John.

All of that is just a warm-up for the REAL moneymaker…

The proposed 70,000-square-foot cannabis resort on the Strip.

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This is where the numbers can go vertical.

JB:

You could sell anything here and make a fortune.

But this is Vegas. So besides location, what else makes this resort unique?

MR:

John, great question.

The CEO isn’t just relying on this killer location.

After all, Vegas is all about experience.

Take the SW Steakhouse at the Wynn.

It has world-class cuisine. And it’s in one of the busiest casinos on the Strip.

But in Vegas, that’s just not enough.

That’s why Steve Wynn invested $100 million into a one-of-a-kind show called the Lake of Dreams.

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Nothing like it exists anywhere else. People come to the casino –and the restaurant – just to watch it.

JB:

And that restaurant is packed every night.

MR:

This cannabis resort will offer the same kind of spectacle.

An experience that will draw everyone from the casually curious to the serious cannabis connoisseur.

Now, the CEO didn’t want to reveal too much.

But he did tell me…

The Resort’s Attractions Will Rival Anything Vegas Has to Offer.

JB:

Michael, let’s talk about how deal number three came together.

I mean, this really is an amazing breakthrough.

The Gaming Commission is hell-bent on keeping cannabis and casinos separate.

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Casinos can’t let anyone sell, use, or even possess cannabis on their property.

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If you own a cannabis company, you can’t even do business with a casino.

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In fact, the Commission even rewrote the zoning laws to keep dispensaries from opening anywhere near a casino.

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So how in the world did this little company pull this off?

MR:

John, it all comes down to superior management.

I won’t back any startup unless they have a gold-star team.

And this cannabis company has one of the best I’ve ever seen.

One of the Board Members Is the Ultimate Vegas Insider.

He’s the former head of the Nevada State Athletic Commission.

He helped mastermind the rebranding of Las Vegas in the 1990s.

Today, he represents major casinos like the Wynn, Caesars, MGM, and the Palms.

And his connections don’t stop there.

He’s a former ambassador... former senior advisor to President Reagan and President Bush... and he’s part of a high-level White House policy team.

JB:

That’s one heck of a resume.

MR:

He’s been called “one of the most powerful Republican operatives in the country.”

For him, getting access to that Las Vegas Strip location was as simple as making a phone call.

JB:

What about the rest of the board?

MR:

The rest of the team is just as impressive.

The CEO got his MBA from Northwestern.

He spent 15 years on Wall Street, where he managed over $300 million.

He’s also made a killing in real estate. His properties in New York City, Miami, and Las Vegas are worth $35 million.

And his restaurant in the Venetian was one of the most successful in the city, bringing in – get this, John – $17 million a year.

JB:

$17 million a year is almost unheard of – even in Las Vegas.

I mean, the Strip alone has more 4- and 5-star restaurants than any place on the planet.

If you can make it there – you can make it anywhere.

MR:

That is so true. And that’s just one example of the CEO’s business savvy.

He’s got an uncanny ability to spot an opportunity before almost anyone else.

When Nevada legalized marijuana for medical use in 2014 – he knew full legalization was just around the corner.

So he sold his restaurant and went all-in on cannabis.

JB:

And he definitely bet on the right horse.

OK, so we’ve got a political heavyweight and a CEO with one hell of a track record. Who’s next?

MR:

The President of the Company Is One of the Most Powerful – and Well-Connected – Attorneys in the Entire Country.

His cases have been featured on Dateline and The First 48. He’s a legal analyst for MSNBC, Fox, and ABC.

And more importantly, he’s been working on Nevada’s marijuana laws since 2014.

Today, he’s actually the go-to legal expert for just about every cannabis company in the state.

JB:

So we’ve got…

 

 

It’s not hard to see how they secured the location for the Strip resort.

After all, in Las Vegas... it’s all about who you know.

MR:

Absolutely. And this team’s connections run very deep.

That Vegas insider’s Rolodex has included Steve Wynn, Kirk Kerkorian, and Sheldon Adelson.

He’s known the members of the Gaming Commission for decades.

He even helped Frank Sinatra get a gambling license.

Heck, his father actually commissioned the “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign.

The CEO’s network runs all the way back to Wall Street.

And the president has political connections at the highest levels of Nevada’s government.

JB:

No wonder they were able to get the Strip location.

MR:

I doubt any other team could have pulled it off.

But if my analysis is right – it was worth it.

According to the CEO, they could have built a 40-story casino hotel on the property.

JB:

In this location, that’s a billion-dollar business.

MR:

But they want to build a cannabis resort instead. So obviously they think that’s where the real money is.

And you know what, John? I agree.

JB:

OK, so we’ve got a world-class management team.

A portfolio of premium branded products.

Cultivation and production are dialed-in and ready to scale.

Plus, three deals that could skyrocket revenue 16 times over.

Michael, what else sets this company apart?

MR:

Their three-part growth strategy could let them dominate the Vegas market.

And no other cannabis retailer can match this resort’s location, size, or attractions.

The closest competitor is on track to make $60 million this year.

But it’s a mile off the Strip in one of the worst neighborhoods in the city.

And it only has about 15,000 square feet of actual retail space.

This location is right on the Strip.

The dispensary section alone should be 20,000 square feet – the size of a grocery store.

Another 20,000 will be a high-end event space and cannabis lounge.

That’s 40,000 square feet – roughly an acre – dedicated to premium cannabis.

Another 30,000 square feet will be secure parking, with Uber and Lyft stations right in the garage.

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And of course, this resort will have amenities and attractions on par with the big casinos.

JB:

Michael, this deal sounds like a no-brainer.

You’ve got the perfect location in a booming market...

A killer growth strategy...

And a management team with the skills and experience to make it happen.

But smart investors know it’s all about the numbers.

So let’s start at the top.

What kind of revenue could this Strip location pull in?

MR:

John, great question.

The average Vegas dispensary brings in about $5,250 per square foot.

So if this resort is just average – that’s $105 million per year.

JB:

But this Strip location is hardly “average.”

MR:

Very true. I think this location could easily bring in $10,000 per square foot.

JB:

That would put revenue at around, what – $200 million?

MR:

Yes, that’s correct.

And if sales hit $15,000 per square foot, revenue could reach $300 million.

JB:

$300 million a year from a single location is mind-boggling.

MR:

And in this market, it’s certainly possible.

But let’s play it safe and assume this cannabis resort will just be average.

That’s still worth $105 million per year.

JB:

Honestly, Michael, with everything we’ve talked about... that seems low.

Once They Get the Green Light, No Other Dispensary in Las Vegas Can Come Close to This Location.

Right across the street from one of the most popular spots in Vegas...

300 feet from one of the busiest city thoroughfares on the planet.

And just a three-minute cab ride from over a dozen major casinos and hotels.

MR:

You’re right, John. $105 million is pretty conservative.

But you know what? I’d rather play it safe.

And remember: That $105 million is on top of the $60 million revenue surge that kicks off in the next few weeks.

JB:

So even with your “play it safe” estimate, total revenue could hit $165 million.

MR:

Yes. At seven times revenue, that’s a valuation of $1.1 billion.

A gain of 4,417%.

JB:

But that’s pretty conservative for the cannabis industry. The usual multiple is 15.

MR:

True – and that would bring valuation to over $2.4 billion.

Private investors could see gains of nearly 9,000% on valuation alone.

So $1,000 would grow to $91,000.

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$5,000 would turn into $455,000.

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$10,000 would grow to over $900,000.

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And a $25,000 stake could turn into nearly $2.3 million.

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JB:

No other way to say it – those are life-changing returns.

MR:

And that’s before this company goes public.

JB:

Obviously, those kinds of gains aren’t the norm – but even a tiny fraction of that would be life-changing.

So how can someone take advantage of this opportunity?

MR:

John…

We Have a Special Deal for Viewers Today...

An Opportunity to Lock In Private Shares for Just $1 Each.

And you can get in before anyone else.

Because as part of this deal, you can jump to the head of the line.

JB:

That’s important, because…

There's a Limited Number of These Private Shares.

And Once They’re Gone, That’s It.

MR:

Most venture capitalists would kill for a deal like this.

It’s almost like a license to print money.

Look, $1 a share works out to a valuation of about $26.4 million.

But when that $60 million revenue surge hits, that could skyrocket to $1.1 billion.

That’s a potential gain of 4,417% before this company even considers going public.

Once they get the green light and the Strip resort opens, revenue could surge to $165 million.

So this company could be worth $2.4 billion.

A gain of 9,000% on valuation alone.

JB:

At just $1, those private shares seem underpriced. Why would they do that?

MR:

It’s basic supply and demand.

Let’s say a company’s private shares are worth $5.

But they decide to go public at $4.

Thanks to that 20% discount, shares sell like crazy.

Prices go through the roof. And private investors make a killing.

That’s what happened with Tilray – one of the best IPOs of 2018.

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The board underpriced shares just a little at $17.

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Twenty-four hours later – they were worth almost $30.

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Sixty days later, shares went for $214.

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That’s a gain of 1,158%.

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Enough to turn $10,000 into nearly $126,000.

JB:

Do you think the same thing could happen here? You don’t see those kinds of gains every day.

MR:

John, I think this deal could be even bigger.

That $60 million revenue surge could hit within weeks.

And once it does, I expect the value of those $1 shares to go through the roof.

If You Grab Shares Now, They Could Go up 4,417% Before the IPO.

So when this company does go public, let’s just say... you could make a fortune.

When its IPO goes into effect, private investors could make 9,000%.

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Meaning you could turn $10,000 into over $900,000...

And make just under $1 million from a single private play.

Those are the kinds of returns most people only dream about.

And that’s not the only way to profit here.

Small cannabis firms are prime acquisition targets.

When HEXO bought Newstrike on March 13, 2019, private stakeholders made nearly 10 times their investment.

When Aurora snapped up MedReleaf, private shares shot up nearly 20 times over.

JB:

But that’s nothing compared to what happened with Mettrum.

When they got bought out by Canopy, some private investors made 227,570 times their money.

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Just $100 would have grown to over $22,750,000.

MR:

John, that’s “private island” money.

Now, I don’t have a crystal ball, and I can’t guarantee things will turn out perfectly.

But I’ve seen all the details, I’ve talked to their team, I’ve been to the location.

And I’m firmly convinced this Vegas cannabis player could turn a small stake into $2.3 million.

JB:

Now…

This Is Strictly a First-Come, First-Served Deal.

So it’s quite possible that all private shares will be spoken for soon.

And once that window of opportunity closes, that’s it.

Because for this type of deal, federal regulations make it impossible to open it up again.

MR:

That’s right. You can buy and sell as many shares of Apple or IBM as you want.

But by law, private placements are limited.

JB:

The best news is that this deal is NOT limited to “accredited investors.”

So you don’t need a million dollars in assets or have to jump through hoops.

It’s open to anybody.

MR:

And you can get started with as little as $1,000.

Of course, that’s still enough to make some serious money.

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Harvest Health’s private shares racked up gains of 17,150%.

Private shares in Acreage skyrocketed 49,900%.

Early investors in Canopy made up to 113,680%.

JB:

This is the kind of opportunity that can change your life. But frankly, it’s not for everyone.

Like any type of investing, private deals do have risks.

You could make millions.

Or you could lose your entire investment.

So you should never bet the farm on a single play.

MR:

You’re right, John. But with this deal, you don’t have to, because you can get started with just $1,000.

And remember…

95% of All Stock Market Profits Go to Private Shareholders – People Who Got In Before a Company Goes Public.

The 5% that’s left over? That’s what everyone fights over.

JB:

Now, I don’t know about you.

But I’d rather grab the huge piece of the pie...

Instead of the little one.

MR:

It’s a no-brainer. I believe this company will take over the Vegas market – and if they do – you could see gains of up to 9,000%.

And the Only Way to Get the Details on This Deal Is through the National Institute for Cannabis Investors.

JB:

But here’s the thing.

Even though this one deal could let you turn a small stake into nearly $2.3 million...

This is NOT a one-and-done opportunity.

In fact, we’d like to give you the opportunity to…

Get In on up to Six Private Cannabis Plays per Year.

It’s all part of our new research service, Cannabis Venture Syndicate.

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MR:

The profit potential on these private deals can be massive.

Take Emerald, the cannabis biotech we covered earlier this year.

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Their groundbreaking MS treatment could dominate a $27.4 billion market.

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Plus, Emerald has two other cannabis-based drugs in development.

If all three succeed – private shares could shoot up 105,000%.

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A small $1,000 stake would turn into $10.5 million.

We’ve been scouring the United States and Canada looking for our next big opportunity.

And that’s what we’re bringing you today.

JB:

Just like before, we’re pulling together a small group of people.

People who not only want to know about these private deals and how to play them...

But are willing to take decisive action.

Michael, can you talk about the advantages of a service like this?

MR:

Look, John – the biggest returns come from early-stage investing. That’s a fact.

But there’s just one problem.

To get in on these deals, you have to know the right people.

And most angel investors and venture capitalists don’t want to share the wealth.

JB:

So it’s almost impossible for the average Joe to find private cannabis plays.

MR:

But as part of Cannabis Venture Syndicate, you’ll be one of the first to know about these deals.

Even before most venture capitalists or angel investors catch wind of them.

So you can truly get in on the ground floor.

In this case, you could get started with just $1,000...

And turn a small stake into nearly $2.3 million.

JB:

Plus, you can get the details on up to six private placement deals every year.

You may choose to invest in one deal. Or two. Or all of them. Or none of them.

It’s completely up to you.

MR:

And we don’t just show you how to connect with these early-stage companies.

We Do All the Heavy Lifting for You.

All the Research. All the Fact-Finding. All the Due Diligence.

So by the time you hear about an opportunity, it’s been thoroughly analyzed.

JB:

Can you tell our viewers exactly what that means?

MR:

Here at The Institute, people bring us dozens of deals each year.

With that kind of active pipeline, we can afford to pass on the ones that don’t fit our very strict criteria.

Because if one doesn’t work out, there’s another right behind it.

In fact, to find the company we talked about today – our team looked at 30 different startups.

All of them were solid contenders.

But we’re only interested in the best of the best.

Just narrowing the field took hundreds of hours of in-depth analysis.

And only three made the cut.

Then we really started digging.

We ripped apart their pitch decks. We went through their financials line by line. We grilled the CEOs, asking them the tough questions.

Then we put boots on the ground. We toured their facilities... got an up-close look at the market... and did a deep dive with the entire management team.

After all that – only one company made the grade.

JB:

Most people just don’t have the time to do that kind of research.

Fact is most Wall Street analysts are utterly clueless about the cannabis market – especially when it comes to these lucrative private plays.

MR:

And if you hired a team of financial experts to do all that hard work, you could easily spend $20,000... $30,000... even $50,000 on consulting fees – before you put a penny into the actual company!

JB:

Michael, let’s say someone wants to take action. What’s next?

MR:

Our team has pulled together a detailed Prospectus Package.

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You’ll get exclusive in-depth research on the Vegas cannabis market – one of the fastest-growing in the world.

You’ll also get a rundown on the company’s financials from gross revenue to bottom-line profits and future growth.

And you’ll hear about the three deals – including the Strip location we talked about today – that could make this the next billion-dollar unicorn.

Along with everything else you need to make your decision.

JB:

Next, you’ll get the company’s Pitch Decks.

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These are short presentations for potential investors.

The management team will walk you through the company’s background... financials... and strategic growth plan…

And explain how they’re grabbing market share from competitors.

The head grower, senior lab tech, and executive chef will walk you through their proprietary production processes.

And you’ll get detailed info on the rest of the team, including the ultimate Vegas insider we mentioned earlier.

MR:

After that, we’ve got the Due Diligence Package.

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Good due diligence is critical. It can mean the difference between losing every single penny or making millions.

But most private investors are flying blind.

They don’t really know how to read a financial statement.

They don’t have any advanced modeling to predict future revenue under different market conditions.

They have no way of doing a real competitive analysis.

JB:

But Cannabis Venture Syndicate has experts in all of these areas on the team.

And we’ve done all the grunt work.

You get all the details on cash flow... revenue... valuation and growth projections...

Plus, a thorough analysis of the competition.

MR:

John, I wish I had a team like this back when I started out.

I could have saved myself a lot of headaches – and made a lot more money.

Especially with this next step: the Deal Memo.

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The Deal Memo is a quick summary of the entire Prospectus.

 

 

 

 

 

JB:

The Memo lets you get a handle on the deal, so you can look at it from every angle and make sure it’s right for you.

And that’s absolutely critical.

MR:

Right, John. Next, you’ll get the Terms Sheet.

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This is a short document that lays out the exact terms of the deal.

Like share price, current valuation, and number of shares available.

It also gives you access to a secure website where you can get all the documents you need to move forward...

And the private phone number of the company rep who will show you, step by step, how to actually make your investment.

JB:

On top of that, you get the Private Investing Primer.

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This short book takes all the mystery out of private investing.

It explains all the jargon, like “burn rate,” “pro rata,” or “dilution” in plain English.

You’ll discover how to get a steady stream of private deals coming your way...

The 12 best-kept secrets to investing in private companies...

And how to structure each deal for maximum profit and minimum risk.

Plus, it has a glossary of terms, so you can quickly decode “CEO speak.”

MR:

If you get in on this private deal, you’re going to want to keep up with the latest developments.

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So every month, we send out an investment update.

When this company closes their next deal – you’ll hear about it.

When they break ground on that 70,000-square-foot Strip resort – you’ll hear about that too.

We also check in with the management team... cover any increases in valuation or revenue... and share any new insights or potential gains.

JB:

Plus, every time there’s a major development, you’ll get a special email alert.

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So if this company secures new licenses...

Buys out a major competitor...

Or becomes an acquisition target for a big player like Canopy or Acreage...

You’ll hear about it right away.

MR:

John, there’s one more benefit to this research service we need to talk about.

The Cannabis Venture Mastermind.

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This is a chance for you to connect with other like-minded people.

The select few who have stepped into the secretive world of private investing.

When we bring you a new opportunity, you can discuss it with other members.

They may spot a chance to profit that you don’t know about.

Or they might have some industry-insider knowledge you don’t have.

JB:

Likewise, you might bring a new idea to the table – one that benefits everyone.

You can discuss all of the pitches…

What you like or don’t like about each deal...

And whether or not you’re investing in the companies.

Plus, being a part of this Mastermind has another advantage.

If you become known as a successful private investor, up-and-coming companies may want to seek you out.

MR:

John, this is where it gets really exciting.

You can bring these deals to the Mastermind and form your own “mini-syndicate” to invest in each one.

And other people in the Mastermind can do the same for you.

Or you could just decide to keep these opportunities to yourself.

Either way, you can win.

Remember: Our team will highlight four to six private deals every year.

And your fellow Mastermind members could bring you a dozen more.

JB:

Even if only half of those plays work out – you could see life-changing profits year after year.

And we’re going to be meeting up in the real world too.

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The National Institute for Cannabis Investors hosts one of the largest retreats in the industry.

You’ll get to network with fellow members... meet the Cannabis Venture Syndicate team...

And get face to face with CEOs and executives from dozens of private companies.

This is really huge, because any one of those could turn into your next deal.

As part of the Cannabis Venture Syndicate, you’ll enjoy VIP status.

You’ll meet the CEOs of every startup we highlight in private, closed-door sessions.

Just like the show Shark Tank, they’ll pitch you on their companies.

And just like Daymond John or Robert Herjavec – you get to decide if you want to back them – or not.

MR:

Now, this is a serious opportunity.

We’re dedicating a lot of resources to a small group of members.

You get all the details on four to six private deals every year.

Each one will include a confidential Prospectus and Private Deal Dossier.

Including the company’s Pitch Deck...

The Due Diligence Package... Deal Memo... Terms Sheet...

JB:

You Get Everything You Need to Get In on What Could Be the Next Billion-Dollar Private Cannabis Play.

And you won’t pay $50,000... $30,000... or even $20,000.

Heck, you won’t even pay $10,000. Or even half that.

Now, this offer is only going out to a limited group of people – people who understand the value of an opportunity like this one.

So we have a special treat.

A way for you to pay much less... and potentially make much more...

Thanks to an instant $3,000 rebate.

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That saves you nearly two-thirds off the normal price.

Of course, you can use your $3,000 any way you like.

But if you put it into this private deal, you could potentially walk away with $270,000.

MR:

And remember: Right now, our team is looking at another two dozen deals in our pipeline.

So that $270,000 windfall from your rebate could be just the beginning.

JB:

I’d Like to Invite You to Join the Cannabis Venture Syndicate.

As soon as you subscribe, you’ll be rushed a digital welcome kit.

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This includes the Pitch Deck and investor presentation for the Las Vegas cannabis player we talked about today.

You’ll get our Due Diligence Package covering everything you need to know about the company.

You’ll get our Deal Memo on this opportunity.

And you’ll get the Terms Sheet with the private contact who will help you secure your shares.

Plus, you’ll get our Private Investing Primer, so you’ll know everything you need to become a successful private investor.

Then, over the next year, you’ll get up to six more opportunities to invest in private companies.

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We’ll give you monthly updates on all of the deals.

And you’ll get instant updates by email whenever there’s a new development.

You’ll also get access to the Cannabis Venture Mastermind, so you can start connecting with fellow members right away.

Plus, you’ll be invited to our annual retreat.

As a VIP, you’ll enjoy a private dinner. Steak, lobster, top-shelf drinks. It’s all on the house.

However, You Have to Act Fast.

There’s Very Limited Availability.

And it’s very likely that $3,000 rebate will not be available in the future.

Because once we close the doors, it could be years before we let new subscribers in.

MR:

This opportunity is going to be life-changing.

Especially for folks who have never invested in a private company before.

This could be the kind of rare and exceptional opportunity that let early investors in Harvest turn $10,000 into $1.7 million.

Or $4.9 million on Acreage.

Or even $11.3 million on Canopy.

Those Kinds of Returns Can Finally Let You Live Life on Your Terms – No One Else’s.

JB:

Michael, I can’t thank you enough for being here today.

Right now, you have an opportunity to enter the lucrative arena of private investing.

And I Urge You to Click the Button Below Right Now.

Because just a few weeks from today, this tiny Vegas cannabis player could go vertical with revenue surging by up to $60 million.

The value of this little company could hit $1.1 billion – a gain of 4,417%.

All before they go public.

When that cannabis resort opens, revenue could surge again to $165 million.

And this company could be worth an incredible $2.4 billion –a gain of 9,000%.

Enough to turn a small stake into $2.3 million.

And when this little Vegas cannabis firm goes public...

You could see the kind of returns enjoyed by private investors in Harvest, Acreage, or Canopy...

And potentially turn $10,000 into $1.7 million... $4.9 million... even $11.3 million.

Those kinds of rare and exceptional returns are usually restricted to venture capitalists and angel investors.

But this is your chance to stake your claim – and create wealth that lasts generations.

All you have to do is click the button below.

You’ll be taken to a brief form where you can secure one of the limited spots available today.

If you have any questions about the service and how it will work for you, I encourage you to contact our reliable customer service team at 866-298-7257 or 443-380-2078 for international calls and mention Priority Code: ECVSW6BS.

For the National Institute for Cannabis Investors, I’m John Burke. Thank you for watching.

June 2020

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