“Business As Usual” Means The RALLY Can Go On


“End Of The World” Looks More Like NO PROBLEM


Rally On, Traders!


CLS Holdings USA Inc. (CLSH) is becoming an extraordinary story for us. The fact that we’ve already ridden a 3-digit rollercoaster is only the START.


You know the fracas about the Feds getting back into cannabis enforcement? Shocked the stocks. But today CLSH is defiant . . . business as usual.


That’s a huge deal for this burgeoning industry. It means the world isn’t going to end. And the stocks are priced for that risk:



This isn’t a bubble price. Back in late 2016 around the state votes in California, Nevada and elsewhere, CLSH was a $1.80 stock.


Since then, Jeff Sessions has cooled the buzz, but he gave his worst last week by promising to let state attorneys enforce federal (not state) law.


That means cannabis. But CLSH doesn’t mind. They say their states are OK.


And “business as usual” looks pretty good around here. Let’s review.


It started with confirmation of a deal they teased us with going back to August. Then they gave us details. That acquisition made NEWS of its own.


Every headline rolled the ball. First a binary yes/no. Then hard metrics for the wonks. Is that $800,000 a MONTH this acquisition is raking in?


But those numbers themselves are a moving target. CLSH is closing the gap between production and retail — on its way to vertical integration!


What does that mean? More angles and more sweet spots between raw material and the end user. More ways for CLSH to generate CASH for shareholders.


Look at that ticker again. It’s only 1 letter away from CASH as it is. An omen?


Meanwhile the NEWS continues. New executive hires. Great! Critical mass is picking up in what was once barely a $0.45 company!


How high does it ride? Look at those RSI lines, shaping up similar to previous mega-rallies here. Take in the MACD below the action.


Rally like this goes on as long as it HAS to. You better believe we’ll be here as long as it takes. Because CLSH is in the legit Nevada CANNABIS trade!


I know, some of you scoff at that story. But there aren’t a lot of other industries jumping from zero to BILLIONS these days.


CLSH started in Colorado, land of Rocky Mountain High. Here’s the 5,000-foot view from management.


And now they’re in Nevada, land of tourists seeking a legal high. Those tourists spend a LOT. There are a LOT of them.


But CLSH is in where it needs to be. They got that license. It’s a big market, generating big CASH.


Cannabis sellers in the state rang up $27 million first month. CLSH is looking for the total to hit $600 MILLION in the next 2-3 years.


Catch just 5% of that wave and CLSH will be cashing its entire current market cap, year to year. They’re already well on their way.


No matter what Jeff Sessions does, apparently. We’re a long way from the Thursday bottom. Time to get back to work!


Happy, Happy, Happy Trading!






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