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center_img Some people don’t even want to get high at all…They just want to experience the health benefits that cannabis offers. That’s why people are paying top dollar for CBD-infused juices. And that’s just one example. There are many other CBD products out on the market right now.I know this because I attended a marijuana lifestyle conference last summer in Vancouver, Canada. There, I saw everything from CBD “bath bombs” to CBD dog treats… And this was before Canada legalized cannabis outright. See for yourself.This company made this product because CBD is a powerful anti-inflammatory agent. It can help dogs with arthritis feel better. One of my good friends in Florida is using it for this reason. He says it’s done wonders for his dog.•  I’m telling you this because most people still see marijuana as a one-trick pony…They think that it’s something that only gets people high. But a lot of people aren’t buying marijuana to get stoned. They’re buying it for health reasons.This trend will only continue as more states legalize marijuana. I’ll even go out on a limb and say this…CBD will be the next big health craze in the United States.But that’s obviously not the only reason why I’m interested in this space…•  The legal marijuana market is exploding before our eyes…In the U.S., it’s already a $7 billion industry. By 2025, it’s expected to be a $146 billion market.In October, Canada legalized marijuana outright. And Mexico wasn’t far behind.That means the industry is set to grow more than 20-fold in less than a decade. That’s almost unheard of. In fact, we haven’t seen a consumer industry grow this rapidly since broadband internet in the early 2000s.So consider speculating on marijuana stocks, specifically those in the CBD industry if you haven’t already. Just remember to use discipline if you get into this space.Only bet money you can afford to lose. Use stop losses. And take profits when they come.Investors who use discipline with marijuana stocks will set themselves up for huge gains without exposing themselves to major losses.Regards,Justin Spittler Medellín, Colombia January 2, 2019P.S. Crisis Investing chief analyst Nick Giambruno has been hard at work researching the opportunity in the CBD industry… and he says one CBD oil stock is uniquely positioned to ride the crest of this wealth wave. This is the most lucrative opportunity he’s seen in a long time. And he just released a new video presentation with more details. You can check it out right here.Reader MailbagToday, readers praise Strategic Investor editor E.B. Tucker’s recent essay, “Why You Should Visit This ‘Pathway to Discovery’”:Just wanted to say I really enjoyed reading Mr. Tucker’s thoughts on architecture and while I primarily look at Casey Research for investment ideas, it is also reassuring to know his contributors are men with an interest in culture and the arts. Keep it up please.—Mark By Justin Spittler, editor, Casey Daily Dispatch“Would you like marijuana with that?”That’s not something you hear every day. But Moon Juice, a hip California juice bar chain, has been asking its customers this question lately.It’s not the only place doing this, either. According to the marijuana media website Leafly, juice bars across southern California are now offering marijuana infusions.Many people are saying “yes” … but not to get stoned.No. They’re doing this for health reasons.I’ll tell you why in a second. I’ll also explain why marijuana will be the next big health craze. And finally, I’ll show you how to profit from it.Let me clarify something first. — Dear Mr. Tucker: I am very happy to hear that you appreciate great architecture. Are you influenced by Frank Lloyd Wright? I agree with you that one has to feel comfortable living in the house. The house at Fallingwater is beautiful as a piece of art. Do you know how many years people lived in that house? My guess is not too many years. For Chinese, the Fallingwater house is bad Feng shui. If you have time, please read some good Feng shui books.—Alexander Two New Websites Spark Biggest Crypto Story of 2019According to our Silicon Valley expert, these two new websites expose the biggest crypto story of 2019. He says, “There’s a new cryptocurrency in the making… I urge you, if you’ve got any money in the bank or in other investments, then this is something you need to see right now.” E.B., I read your article on Frank Lloyd Wright with interest. I agree that when you encounter a building designed by a master architect it is immediately apparent. For several years I lived in Boca Raton and had the opportunity to be in several buildings designed by Addison Mizner. When you walk into one of his spaces it’s as if a weight drops from your shoulders. Your chest expands a little and you say: “Oh, my. This has to be a Mizner building.” His work is very different from Wright, but still amazing, and seems firmly rooted in the Florida landscape.By the way, the tour of historic homes in Savannah is worth doing if you haven’t. The houses are all very different, but most were built during the pre-Civil War era, when the price of cotton was set in the warehouses along the river there. Folks had enough money to build their dreams and a few of them did. Savannah is a beautiful city in the spring. First planned city in the New World. In a specific way it reminds me of Paris in that the parts of both cities that everyone loves are built on a human scale that is open and graceful.—JoeAs always, if you have any questions or suggestions for the Dispatch, send them to us at [email protected]last_img

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