Jimmy Mengel is an editor for the OClub and the investment director of the Marijuana Manifesto -- the authority on marijuana investing. Mr. Mengel has been recommending pot stocks since 2014 -- long before it became a hot topic. He also runs the financial advisory The Crow's Nest, an easy-to-follow program that will help secure your finances, grow what you have and allow you to retire comfortably. His focus is on easy and low-cost, long-term retirement investing, income streams and dividend reinvestment plans.
I have a brand-new recommendation that could be like buying Amazon (AMZN) in the halcyon days of the e-commerce boom, asserts growth stock expert Jimmy Mengel, editor of The Crow's Nest.
If you’re looking for a long-term buy-and-hold play on renewable infrastructure, look no further than Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Infrastructure Capital (HASI), notes growth and income expert Jimmy Mengel, editor of The Crow's Nest.
I’ve traveled the entire globe inspecting cannabis crops — from Canada to Colombia to Copenhagen. But despite the pot profits I’ve made in other countries, my travels have only brought me back to the biggest marijuana market in the world: the United States, asserts Jimmy Mengel, editor of The Crow's Nest.
Iron Mountain (IRM) is a great dividend stock that is currently yielding over 7% — which is almost impossible to find in this environment, explains Jimmy Mengel, growth and income expert and editor of The Crow's Nest.
A few years ago, it was easy to buy any stock with marijuana in the name and see triple digit returns. Things have changed drastically since then...Marijuana is now a legitimate, global business that could be worth an astounding $32 billion by 2022. More states are legalizing it, more countries are opening up to it and more big business in flooding into the space. is the time to invest -- but you need to know exactly how to separate the weed from the chaff. Jimmy Mengel will give you his three major rules for investing in the right cannabis stocks for both short and long-term gains...and share a couple of companies that he thinks will stand the test of time.