Best Pot Stocks to Buy as Cannabis Surges

Some pot stocks have risen more than 100% since March – but there are some potholes to avoid…

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Cannabis stocks have been on a tear since their March lows.

The sector is far outpacing the broader market.

While the S&P 500 Index is up 35% and the tech-heavy Nasdaq composite index has risen 37% since March, the Horizons Marijuana Life Sciences Index Fund (HMMJ.TO) has skyrocketed 63% from its low.

If you invested $1,000 in HMMJ 11 weeks ago, you’re sitting on $1,630 now:

Chart of HMMJ Cannabis Fund showing the stock price is up 63% from its March low price

This fund holds dozens of marijuana stocks, including growers, pharmaceutical companies and more.

Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) like HMMJ are a great way to get a snapshot of a sector. And if you want exposure to the industry without spending hours analyzing stocks, HMMJ and other cannabis ETFs are an easy way to invest.

But here’s the thing: If you had an expert doing the heavy lifting for you — picking out the three or four best stocks of the bunch — you’d be doing even better.

For instance, Real Wealth Strategist Editor Matt Badiali has identified the top four cannabis stocks in his newsletter.

Bankruptcy Risks Abound

The reason we recommend you invest with expert advice is that cannabis can be perilous.

If you decide to invest on your own — without the help of an expert — pot stocks can be high-risk…

Editor's Note: Click here to keep reading.

The “Blue Chip” Pot Stock No One Is Talking About

Investing in marijuana just got much more exciting and far LESS risky.

This former Wall Street insider just revealed details on the first, big, “blue chip” stock play of the ongoing marijuana boom.

It gives you the chance to go for 500% or more — with almost none of the big risks associated with pot penny stocks.

This is a marijuana stock pick even the most conservative of investors will want to take advantage of.

You must move now though.

It has surged 31% over the past two months and shows no signs of slowing.

Click here to see the details.