He said that the growing interest in marijuana was completely worth looking at, however before I invested I started looking online to see about some of the firms that were already publicly traded
I have always been someone who has enjoyed residing life on the edge immensely. I have a high-risk job as a crane operator, I take vacations where I can go mountain climbing or rapid water rafting, as well as I am pretty much always up for a challenge. Unfortunately, I like taking the same type of risks with my investments. My broker is basically always reminding me that I am supposed to be saving for retirement however the way I see it I have at least another 40 years before that even happens. He tends to err on the side of caution so I was honestly surprised when he called me the other day with an investment opportunity he thought I would be interested in. I am not sure if you understand how penny stocks actually work however these are companies that are high risk as well as have recently become publicly traded so several of them do not offer any dividends as well as in several cases you could lose your money as speedily as you invest it. So when he called me about a new pharmaceutical cannabis farm that was going to be traded suggesting that I should invest I was surprised he was telling me about it. He said that the growing interest in marijuana was completely worth looking at, however before I invested I started looking online to see about some of the firms that were already publicly traded. Pretty much all of them fell into the high-risk category so I needed to make a careful decision if I was willing to take a huge risk on losing everything I invested! To me it was especially exciting to think about although I also knew that a simple change in legislation could speedily put a halt to everything that this new company was trying to accomplish. Investing in companies that are on the splitting edge can be especially exciting however you also need to use some official sense. I believe I caught him off guard when I told him that I would consider it instead of jumping at the opportunity instantly.