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One of the best ways to generate better returns than the indices can provide has, historically, been to follow the investments that the top money managers make, through the 13F public filings of their latest quarterly holdings, mimicking their trading activity.
This incredibly simple strategy, implemented over the course of 40 years, using Warren Buffett’s portfolio, for example, generated gains in excess of 11%, compared with the S&P 500.
At the moment, the wealthiest investors are concerned about the rise of populism in America and in Europe and the impact of political turmoil on their portfolios. Consequently, they’re looking for alternative investments– growth industries that could prove to be resilient if the traditional market come under pressure and enter a sustained bear market.
Multi-billion-dollar individuals and large, reputable funds are claiming big stakes in the legalized cannabis market. It’s a savvy move from the Smart Money crowd because cannabis stocks have demonstrated that they can go up even on days when the blue-chips are down.
These mega-investors are the most seasoned players in the market, with hundreds of employees working under them, assessing deals on a daily basis. 75-year-old hedge fund tycoon Leon Cooperman, for example, has helped to build Goldman Sachs’ asset management business into an industry giant, and today his net worth stands at close to $3.2 billion.


He’s invested his own capital into three cannabis stocks, saying that it’s clearly a growth business and that he’s never had so much fun with his pants on as he had with these stocks.Cooperman didn’t become a multibillionaire by throwing his money away. He sees huge growth prospects for the legalized cannabis market.

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So does William Wrigley Jr. II, the billionaire heir to the Wrigley chewing-gum fortune, who is also diving headfirst into marijuana industry investing. Through his personal investment firm, Wrigley has led a $65 million equity financing into a Florida-based medical marijuana company. Wrigley will also take an active role as the chair of the marijuana company’s board. 
Wrigley’s basically invented the chewing-gum industry, so what he is seeing with cannabis is the second chance to build an entire sector from scratch.


Tech and biotech mogul Peter Thiel is also betting heavy on cannabis. He’s famous in the financial community for having co-founded PayPal and for earning a fortune with cancer drug start-up Stemcentrx, as well as being the angel investor of Facebook.

Thiel’s Founders Fund has poured massive amounts of capital into cannabis-related ventures through a stake in Seattle-based Privateer Holdings. Thiel also contributed $300,000 to the California ballot campaign that paved the way for legalization in that state.

These forward-thinking moves are indicative of a smart-money migration out of traditional indices and into a much more promising sector of the national and global economy. The inclusion of institutional money is the real change that 2019 brings to the table.

This year, we’re going to make some absolutely phenomenal investments in this sector. The billionaires know it and so do we.

Best Regards,

Thomas Hugh

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