A few months ago, a startup called Fyllo went from virtual obscurity to one of the most well-known cannabis startups in the country.

Less than a year after it was founded, this marketing tech company raised a stunning $18 million Series A round, led by some of the most prominent VC firms in North America

That was back in September. In the few months since then, this startup has managed to spend well over half of that capital.

Before you start shaking your head… let’s dive into what exactly this company does.

Fyllo is a marketing technology company that helps cannabis brands advertise their products online. Not only is this a bit of a minefield in the targeting sense (imagine an ad for weed going to the wrong Grandma!) – it’s also tricky to comply with ad regulations when you’re pushing something that’s not federally legal yet.

At the same time, the cannabis industry is worth nearly $11 billion right now. And even without federal legalization on the table, that industry is growing.

A growing market in the billions of dollars means a lot of opportunity. And thatis exactly why Fyllo is so successful.

So, back to the $18 million.

Last month, news broke that Fyllo had spent a whopping $10 million to acquire CannaRegs, an online database that provides all state and municipal cannabis rules and regulations.

Fyllo’s team thinks that this acquisition will help Fyllo’s marketers ensure that their large-scale campaigns are compliant wherever they run. This is so incredibly important – and personally, I think gobbling up this small SaaS company was the best move Fyllo could have made (even if it did cost them more than half of their Series A).

My point here is that big things – huge things – are still happening in the cannabis space every single day. It doesn’t matter that federal legalization hasn’t come through yet. It doesn’t even matter that many stock analysts are bearish on the sector as a whole.

What matters is that the companies that are actually out there are making big moves regardless.

That’s not just restricted to privately-held cannabis startups, either. Many of the big public companies are doing well, too.

And if legalization does happen? Cannabis companies could see their revenues increase by 12-fold.

The question on everyone’s mind, then, is what stocks to buy before that happens.

The last time this industry saw a boom, savvy investors banked some pretty incredible wins. One under-the-radar pick would have returned $53,330 for every $1,000 invested.

Another, reacting to countrywide legalization in Canada, would have kicked back $39,130 per each $1,000 invested.

Make no mistake – massive jumps like these could potentially happen again.

And if you’re lucky enough to have the right guidance, you could be one of the many success stories we keep hearing about every single day.

Luckily, we’ve prepared a brand new, all-encompassing guide for cannabis in the new year. It’s called the 2020 Pot Profits Roadmap… and it could just be the most profitable book you’ll ever read.

Just click here to learn how you could get your copy.

Until next time,

Neil Patel


25 responses to “Cannabis Is Heating Back Up – Are You Going to Make Your Move?”

  1. Hello! I am a brand new “angel” and am lolling for direction on how to move forward with investing in this company Fyllo. Please help!

  2. I like TCNNF, IIPR, HRVSF, CGC, VLNCF in that order.
    Quoting HRVSF (HARVEST) CEO: “in 30 years there may well be more cannabis drinking than alcohol drinking.”

    I see medical, food, and recreational potential that is quite GOOD and LARGE,

  3. Hello I want to make a small $1000.00 commitment but it seems as if I have to go through all these hoops and yearly payments. I just want to make a leap and see if this is true. Can someone please help me out. I’m disabled and just want to see what can happen.

    • Neil,
      Where do we go to invest in Fyllo? Looks like we have several wanting to get in.

      • Hi Nathan,

        Unfortunately, while Fyllo is an excellent example of how startups are succeeding in the cannabis world, they’re already well into their institutional investor rounds – which means that everyday investors cannot participate. But don’t worry – there’s always something new in the pipeline.


    • Did you figure it out. I am a little confused how this works. I have watched every video, took notes and read every page. I even read about this energy company for an HOUR and at the end they wanted me to sign up for a fee course. I hope this isn’t what this is about.

  4. If you want to invest in cannabis find a good broker. Go to Republic and there are many startups you can invest in. Good luck to all

  5. Hello I’m a new Angel and would like to invest but it seems as if I have to go through so many different hoops to pay more money that I don’t have! I just want to make a leap and see if this is true. I’m one of the poor guys out here and have already spent so much and I haven’t invested a dime to make a return!! Please help!!!

  6. I am retired Disabled. I want to invest in the cannabis industry. Needless to say It won’t be that heavy of an investment. So How do I get in without spending investing money on Cannibis program learning entries?

  7. I would love to join 1450 club i can only pay in monthly instalments now and i want to invest in Dr Doug medical device..I have money but will take 2-3 weeks to transfer here in Canada 🇨🇦 cause of covid-19..Tomorrow is last day to invest I don’t want to miss it.Is there anyway i can join. I thank you sincerely..

    • Hi Spase,

      Thanks for reaching out!

      Our Customer Care team is available to discuss your membership questions and concerns — please don’t hesitate to give them a call at 866-310-1498.



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