I am a leading authority on publicly-traded cannabis stocks. I began following the industry in 2013 and do so on a full-time basis. I have been focused on investing professionally since 1986.
I am a financial analyst who earned the Chartered Financial Analyst Charter in 1995. I began my career in bonds in 1986 and transitioned to stocks in 1998. I worked for an investment advisor as a portfolio manager until 2006, when I launched my own research and consulting firm, AB Analytical Services. I began following cannabis stocks in 2013 and created www.420investor.com, an online community with analysis, model portfolios with trade alerts, chat, forums and news updates along with weekly and monthly reviews. In 2015, I launched www.NewCannabisVentures.com as a cannabis business news content site. I also run a LinkedIn's largest cannabis-focused networking group, with about 8000 members.
B.A. in Economics and Math from Northwestern University Chartered Financial Analyst
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