Find out why investors and cannabis companies are converging on The Marijuana Investor Summit in April in Denver. Avoid the mistakes that most rookie cannabis investors make and understand where the market is heading before the masses.

Key Takeaways:
1:22 – David’s background
3:55 – David talks about the rate of growth in the cannabis industry
5:35 – Family offices getting into the cannabis space
7:09 – David talks about the biggest mistakes cannabis investors make
10:35 – David discusses different ways to invest in cannabis
12:05 – Valuations of younger companies
13:30 – David talks about how supply and demand affects the ecosystem
16:25 – Startups doing interesting things in the cannabis space
19:53 – David recommends funds for investors
21:53 – David deals with investments that don’t touch the plant
23:12 – David talks about the Marijuana Investor Summit coming up in April
27:31 – Contact details

You can also listen to the full interview at CannaInsider.com HERE: http://www.cannainsider.com/marijuana-investor-summit/
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There is a bipartisan effort to repeal at least one part of Obamacare. Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian, and Michael Shure, the hosts of The Young Turks, tell you how Democrats and Republicans are working together to screw over Americans. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. https://tytnetwork.com/join/

“The Problem Solvers Caucus, a new, bipartisan congressional group attempting to repeal Obamacare’s tax on medical devices, has received almost twice as much money from the medical-device industry as other members have, according to an analysis of House campaign donations done for TYT.

The 40 or so House members who formed the Problem Solvers Caucus earlier this year include a roughly equal number of Democrats and Republicans. On July 31, they unveiled a health-care reform plan including permanent repeal of a 2.3% tax on medical devices that was temporarily suspended under Obama but is set to resume on Jan. 1.

At TYT’s request, the non-profit campaign-finance group MapLight analyzed political donations from medical-device companies, industry organizations, and individual employees. MapLight found that members of the Problem Solvers Caucus on average received ,051 during the campaign cycle for the 2016 elections, as opposed to non-members of the caucus, who averaged 49. The numbers do not include members first elected in 2016, for whom complete data is not yet available.

Caucus co-chair Rep. Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ) took office this year, so donations to his campaign are not included. Co-chair Rep. Tom Reed (R-NY) received a total of ,650 from the industry during the 2016 cycle. Press representatives for Gottheimer and Reed did not respond to emails requesting comment.”

Read more here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/5996ee8de4b02eb2fda31f16

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