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2017 could be a record year for Cannabis legalization. Some of the best investments you can make are in companies levered to the Canadian cannabis industry. Michael Berger of Technical420.com explains why Invictus MD Strategies may be one of the best investment opportunities in the cannabis industry.
Although the cannabis sector offers investors a lot of opportunity, it also offers even more risk. And one must be cautious before entering this market.
Selectivity Is Key to Success
When it comes to investing in the cannabis industry, investors need to focus on companies that are well capitalized, are led by a management team with a proven track record, have a sound financial structure, act in the best interests of shareholders and continue to execute on business initiatives.
Invictus MD Strategies Corp. is Canada’s Cannabis Company. Headquartered in Vancouver, Canada, Invictus is a new Licensed Producer focused company, but it's not new in the industry. The strategy since early 2014 for Invictus MD was to be a dominant company in the cannabis space. It’s currently ramping up its production capability to reach 50,000 KG by 2020.
The cannabis market is real and early entrants with speed to production will have a key advantage. The demand of 600,000 kgs by 2020 under the adult use market, plus 150,000 kgs for the medical side, is far greater than the current supply. Investors will soon recognize this and will play the upside in a big way.
The GreenRush Has Begun
The first quarter of 2017 has been transformational for Invictus MD. From the completion of an accretive acquisition to a strengthened balance sheet, the company is well positioned to capitalize on growth opportunities in the Canadian cannabis industry.
Invictus MD has been able to execute in a manner where it is easy to see the potential synergies and growth opportunities through its acquisition and investments. The GreenRush has only begun and Invictus is well positioned to capitalize on the booming cannabis industry.
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