Marijuana Stock Holder Optimistic Portfolio Can Gain 4% In Next 30 Years

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Marijuana Stock Holder Optimistic Portfolio Can Gain 4% In Next 30 Years
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Marijuana stock investor Lig Mi Ball-Sei has been a proud marijuana stock holder in multiple companies since 2017. Investing all of his savings of roughly $2,145 Ball-Sei remains optimistic marijuana stocks can gain at least 4% in the next 30 years.

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Optimism Of A Marijuana Stock Holder

“Federal legalization would be a huge help.” Ball-Sei said. “I believe if marijuana is federally legalized we could see stocks like Sundial go to $1.24” Ball-Sei added.

Ball-Sei’s portfolio is down 19% since inception.

This post first appeared on The Stonk Market


Disclaimer: This is a satirical article.

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