It appears the recreational marijuana and medical marijuana are less of political hot potato
I love that I’m actually moving a great bit of my own, personal financial portfolio over to the marijuana business. As a finance and investment professional, that’s not something I would have thought too much a decade ago. Yet, cannabis industry growth has been on my radar for sometime. Maybe that was on a more personal level perhaps. I’ve enjoy using recreational marijuana for much of my adult life. I prefer sativa and indica products to cocktails or any of the other more traditional libations. It doesn’t take much cannabis product for me to get the desired effect. While I’m not so much looking to get super stoned and roll off the couch, I love the benefits that cannabis products provide me. Namely, it helps me shut off all the calculating and scenario running so I can just be. This is super important in my life. Without some balancing, I think the finance world can just simply eat most people up. With cannabis products like OG kush or purple haze, I am able to maintain a certain perspective that allows me to continue to be a healthy human. So when medical marijuana was such a resounding success out west, that’s when I saw perhaps a future. Then, with the recreational marijuana legislation over the last decade, I was convinced of the viability of the marijuana business. However, it was this past election cycle that really got me to feel even more comfortable. It appears the recreational marijuana and medical marijuana are less of political hot potato. And that certainly bodes well for the cannabis industry.