Five pot stocks to watch, per 420 Investor guru Alan Brochstein
“Most of these stocks are not legitimate.”
That’s professional investor Alan Brochstein talking about the red-hot pot stocks that have much of the investment world in a tizzy. Brochstein, an investment industry professional since 1986, has made an impressive living off these pot stocks — most of which are highly volatile penny stocks derided by most professionals.
But instead of cashing in on pot stocks’ ebbs and flows in a bull market, Brochstein actually has no money invested in these funds. He is, however, a guru to more than 2,000 investors who pay $42 per month — and soon more than $50 per month — for his advice, trade alerts, market videos, professional perspective and access to the industry via his 420 Investor service.
And some of his followers are turning pot stocks into cash.
“There are people within our service who have already made $1 million,” Brochstein said.