Accounting Professor teaching financial accounting; PhD, CPA, CMA, CGMA. He holds a BSBA from the University of Arizona, a Macc. from the University of Arizona, and his PhD from Virginia Tech. Anthony worked in public accounting industry, as a CFO, a government auditor for the California Auditor General and in litigation support. His publications have been used and filed in Court proceedings by the Securities and Exchange Commission, he has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal and is a frequent contributor to Seeking Alpha and his background includes litigation support and expert testimony in cases involving business litigation (e.g., Ford, GM, and so on) in CA, AZ, TX, NV and MN). He enjoys trading stocks and securities, teaching his classes, and publishing in related areas.
Every week Anthony Cataldo will release at least one research report on a publicly traded Cannabis company.
Here is a little more from Anthony himself – My interest in Marijuana Stocks began when I was undertaking academic research and found that a portfolio of 40 marijuana stocks generated a return of 228% between January 2013 and January 2014. This return was much higher for firms incorporated in the state of Delaware (577%) when compared to firms incorporated in the state Nevada(69%), both exceeded same period returns for the Dow Jones Industrial Average (23%), the S&P 500 (25%), and the NASDAQ (33%) indexes.
This premium newsletter is intended to help you make the right trading decisions on the right companies at the right time. 2016 was a good year for me. Below are the results from a Marijuana breathalyzer stock, where I closed most of my position in late 2016 for a 47.5% return.
While the above was a long-term buy and hold (Fidelity Account), the below was a day trade (TD Ameritrade account), over the 2016 Thanksgiving Day weekend, which means I held the stock for less than four trading days for a 97% return.
You do not have to sit in front of the computer all day to make money in the stock market, and you do not need to have a lot of money. As the above illustrates, you can profitably trade $1,000 or invest $100,000. You simply buy the stock at a low price and place a good til cancelled (GTC) sell order once your long position in the security is established. Whether you are a long-term buy-and-Hold investor or a day-trader, this newsletter will provide the tools to assist you examine publicly traded equity securities in the newly emerging and expanding recreational marijuana sector of the U.S economy.
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