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Should You Invest in Marijuana Stocks?

Public support for Marijuana has grown steadily in the last few years, as the people have realized the medicinal advantages of Marijuana.

This growth in public support is creating a paradigm shift both in the medical community and government.

Should You Invest In CBD?

The first thing you need to understand about the CBD market if you’re going to invest would be the complicated legal situation.

After the Farm Bill which was passed in December of last year included industrialized hemp or Cannabis with a THC content of less than 0.3%, many analysts saw this as a big win for the industry. However, CBD products themselves still fall into a legal grey area.

Biggest Stock Market Crashes Throughout History

The recent outbreak of coronavirus and the declaration of it being a pandemic has the stock markets crashing the world over. The Dow has fallen more than 1,000 points daily, in one the biggest falls since the 2008 financial crisis, causing much fear of another crash of the same scale the world over in the coming days.

The stock markets have crashed and recovered fairly regularly throughout history.  This means exactly the pictures it draws of significant and drastic drops in market values that may last from as short as mere hours to spread of months or even years, bankrupting paper millionaires to nothing, becoming a story of riches to rags.

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Hemp 10 Dollar Bill

Fun Fact! Did you know that the 1914 10 Dollar Bill was printed on Hemp Paper and that the picture on the back displays farmers plowing hemp? 

This highlights a 1914 series $10 bill of a hemp harvest that is printed ‘right on the money.’ This paper was also made of hemp. The first Federal Reserve Bank notes were issued in 1914.