Marijuana Investment Opportunity with Cannabis Growth Fund

Across the United States the increasing availability of legalized marijuana provides substantial opportunity for investing in cannabis. The global medical marijuana market could breach the $100 billion mark by 2025 [1], if trends continue. Cannabis companies producing medical and recreational marijuana alike are seeking backing from investment funds. Venture capital firms are heavily investing in legalized cannabis as the market expands.

Cannabis Growth Fund is a means for people to step into the cannabis space. They can invest in the cannabis industry through a professionally managed mutual fund with the goal of providing broad-based exposure to the diverse subsectors of the cannabis industry. From biotech companies to industrial hemp, there are numerous ways to capitalize through investment in marijuana.

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This cannabis investment fund is managed by Foothill Capital Management, an asset manager which specializes in markets it deems are emerging or innovative. Its executive team has worked together for over 25 years in investment management.

[1] Legal marijuana market worth $146.4 billion by 2025, Grand View Research, May 2019: https://www.grandviewresearch.com/press-release/global-legal-marijuana-market
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Investing involves risk, including possible loss of principal. The cannabis industry is subject to rapidly evolving laws, rules and regulations, and increasing competition which may cause such companies to change business model, shrink or suddenly close. Possession and use of cannabis is illegal under federal and certain states’ laws, which may negatively impact the value of Fund investments. Where legalized by states, cannabis possession and use remains a violation of federal law. Pronouncements from the current Administration suggest the Department of Justice may take action against states where marijuana use and possession is legal, step up the enforcement of federal marijuana laws and the prosecution of nonviolent federal drug crimes and potentially begin using federal funds to prevent states from implementing laws that authorize medical marijuana use, possession, distribution, and cultivation. Controlled substance legislation differs between countries, which may limit the ability of cannabis industry companies to sell their products. Foreign investing involves social and political instability, market illiquidity, exchange-rate fluctuation, high volatility and limited regulation risks. Emerging markets involve different and greater risks, as they are smaller, less liquid and more volatile than more developed countries. Investments made in small, mid-capitalization and micro-capitalization companies may be more volatile and less liquid due to limited resources or product lines and more sensitive to economic factors. Fund investments will be concentrated in an industry or group of industries, and the value of Fund shares may rise and fall more than more diversified funds. Purchasing and writing put and call options entails greater than ordinary investment risks. Options ownership involves the payment of premiums, which may negatively impact Fund performance. Please see the prospectus for details of these and other risks. Distributed by IMST Distributors, LLC.