Here’s a Free Trade from the Exclusive NICI Retreat

You may remember that last Saturday I brought you the latest “D.R. Unfiltered” video from the National Institute for Cannabis Investors Retreat in Las Vegas.

While I was there, I presented to the crowd of over 300 people about the importance of technical analysis in cannabis investing, and what to look for on a cannabis company’s stock chart before jumping into an investment.

Today, I’m going to share with you a portion of that presentation that focuses on some key things to look for when deciding to trade a cannabis stock, and show you what to look for on a chart.

I’ll also be giving you a free trade recommendation, similar to what I shared with NICI Retreat attendees last week. The company I’m recommending is a strong pharmaceutical firm that has a great focus on a burgeoning CDB medicinal market – and tends to experience less volatile movements in its stock price than the broader market. Their share price has hit a great entry point, and I’ll show you how exactly to play it for huge profit potential.

Click below to watch and get all the details…

How to Score Next Week from a Trade War “Mini-Deal”

For weeks, the markets have been tossed and turned by news about the trade dispute with China. Both sides have raised tariffs on the other. China even blocked the NBA from airing in the country after an ill-received tweet from the owner of the Houston Rockets.

The head of China’s delegation, Vice Premier Liu He, said that key issues such as subsidies are off the table.

Then, this past Monday, the U.S. Commerce Department made it illegal for eight Chinese companies and 20 Chinese government agencies to do business with American firms. Chinese surveillance technology and AI companies were especially hit hard, as they rely on American parts.

This was followed up by several Chinese officials being placed under visa restrictions, making it impossible for them to travel to the U.S.

Which brings us to yesterday, when China’s trade delegation arrived in Washington, D.C., for the first high-level trade talks since July.

With all these tit-for-tat negotiating tactics, things didn’t look very rosy.

That was until Presidential tweets on Thursday and Friday sent the markets kicking higher on both days.

The stakes are high – President Trump’s next set of sanctions on China are set to go into effect on Tuesday next week.

But despite the tough stance taken by both sides recently, there’s reason to think a deal could be made.

This could continue to drive markets higher.

Here’s what to look for

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