Everything you need to know about the billion-dollar cannabis industry down under.

What do you need to know to invest and profit from the Australian cannabis market? We’ve compiled a FREE outlook report with expert advice, fundamental knowledge and stocks to watch. Get your FREE report below to learn more about the future of cannabis in Australia!

Table of Contents

  • Australian Cannabis Investing: What You Need to Know
  • How to Access Medical Cannabis in Australia
  • 10 ASX Cannabis Stocks

Dear Cannabis Investor,

Since the legalization of medical cannabis in 2016, Australia has been steadily developing its marijuana industry — and it’s been attracting attention from international players and investors. With a quickly growing population of over 25 million people and a robust agriculture industry, the country is positioned to mold itself into a major force in the international cannabis space.

Here the Investing News Network takes a look at how the cannabis industry in Australia has been shaping up since legalization and what these developments could mean for investors. Download our FREE outlook report to learn what you need to know about investing in cannabis down under.

In this new report you will find price data and top Australian cannabis stocks to watch in 2019. You’ll also get an understanding of the various sectors within the Australian cannabis market. If you are looking to understand the true value of cannabis and CBD to investors, this is the report you will want to read. We have done the legwork so you won’t have to.

What’s ahead for the Australian Cannabis Market?

While Australia may, finally, just be entering the cannabis industry, it is projected to have long-term potential. According to the GreenFund the cannabis export market in Australia is projected to be worth AU$55 billion by 2025 thanks in part to its agriculture industry. In short, Australia’s role in the cannabis industry will certainly continue growing.

What do industry experts predict growth will look like in the market? Can investors expect the legalization of recreational cannabis in the Australian market? Our FREE outlook report on the fundamentals of investing in the Australian cannabis market has this insight and more!

Australia is also known for several other valuable resources, adding to the expanding resource market. Which resources are forecasted to increase and demand and value? Our FREE outlook report has this information and more!

Loaded With Value

What you’ve read above is just a small snippet of the content we have available within our report. On top of expert insights and pricing analysis, we’ve found high quality cannabis stocks that every investor should be keenly aware of.

Our report includes perspectives from cannabis experts, investors, major institutions and more.

This FREE Special Report is designed to help you!

How much would you pay for all of that? We are here to offer it for free. Why? Because educating investors with unbiased information is simply good business. It’s as simple as that.

Of course, after first asking, “Is the Australian cannabis market a good investment?” your next question might be what are the credentials of the Investing News Network…

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At the same time, not a single word of the content we choose for you is paid for by any company or investment advisor: We choose our content based solely on its informational and educational value to you, the investor.

So if you are looking for a way to diversify your portfolio, Australian cannabis investing might be on your radar.

This is the place to start. Right now.

Remember, it costs you nothing to read this special report, and it could make or break your investment in the Australian cannabis market this year. We’re pleased to be able to make it available to you at no cost, and hope you’ll take advantage of the expertise it delivers.

Millions of other investors have already taken steps to secure their futures and sleep soundly at night – why would you wait any longer to get started yourself?

So I urge you to sit down today and carefully read Cannabis in Australia: A New, Budding Market. Keep an open mind, give its insights careful thought and take your time in making any decisions. Remember, this FREE Special Report is yours to keep, so you can refer back to it at any time to guide your future moves.

Thank you for hearing me out on this special report, and for your interest in the Investing News Network. Join me soon as a confident cannabis investor!

Yours for financial self-reliance,

Nick Smith

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