“Demand Is Set To Explode” – Nevada’s Recent Marijuana Shortages Are Nothing Compared to What’s Coming…

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The biggest multi-decade opportunity for investors right now is the Canadian government’s legislation to legalize recreational marijuana by this time next year—and the first companies to win government approval will be the high-risers.

In a sector that’s already seen stocks bust the borders with 1000% spikes, there is one company that currently has 2 of the only 50 licenses to cultivate in Canada, positioning itself to burst out of the gates as new legislation creates a multi-billion-dollar industry over night.

With one of the largest land packages to build cultivation facilities and 2 current licensed facilities located in two provinces in Canada, small-cap Invictus MD (TSX:IMH.V; OTC:IVITF) is set to rise.

It’s already the first licensed medical marijuana company to pay a dividend to shareholders, and with its strains reaching into everything from pain management, cancer, epilepsy, anxiety and – most lucratively of all—recreation, the sky is the limit here.

We’re now just shy of a year away from the start date of legal recreational use, and there are already predictions of a looming supply shortage.

Financial Post reports… there will soon be 3.8 million recreational users… But the market is only currently equipped to handle 150,000 medical marijuana patients.

The industry is scrambling to add growing capacity once the legal barriers are tossed aside.

Deloitte estimates this industry could be worth a whopping $22.6 billion annually. That’s more than the combined sales of beer, wine and spirits.

Right out of the gate, Invictus MD, owner of two of just 50 licenses, has demonstrated that it will lead the way. The company holds $30 million in cash and is already generating dividends—a feat unheard of in the pot industry.

That’s why it’s called ‘Canada’s Cannabis Company’—it’s already cemented market share for medical marijuana use, and now Click to see the original article