It is easy to find a CBD wholesaler for your business, who buy copious amounts of hemp directly from manufacturers and then re-sell it at a profit. Then they fund the production of their own CBD, while still making a profit on the product they sell. This behavior creates a flawed perception of the market for investors, as it provides a look not on consumer buying trends, but on wholesalers. The legal requirements for the purchase of CBD, hemp or marijuana biomass differ from state to state.
When you’re running a cannabis cultivation business you do everything you can to mitigate the risks of your operation, however, there are some risks which are impossible to avoid. Therefore, it couldn’t be more vital for every cannabis grower to have a full understanding of risk management and to engage in it properly in order to protect themselves and their business.
In case you didn't notice, the "Green Rush" is definitely upon us. With California ready to legalize pot in just a few days, and Canada officials working meticulously towards the same direction, investing in the cannabis stock market seems like a sensible idea. After all, we've seen people get rich in just a few days during the DotCom boom or the Real Estate boom. However, some people want to make money by betting in the collapse of the cannabis stock market.
But just how sustainable is betting against the growing cannabis market right now?