March 6, 2021

Midas Letter RAW Returns – Cannabis, Copper & More

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Midas Letter RAW Returns - Cannabis, Copper & More

We have been waiting about a year for the much-anticipated return of Ed Milewski and the Midas Letter RAW show!

In case y’all forgot, Midas Letter RAW is the irreverent, intelligent show about investing for the little guy. Former stockbroker and reformed accountant Ed Milewski brings his expert but off-beat technical chart observations into focus while James does what we all know and love.

We have three exclusive interviews on deck in today’s episode:

1)Fire & Flower (TSE:FAF) – The technology and retail-focused cannabis company with a better business model than Canopy Growth? Watch full interview here

2)Crown Mining (CVE:CWM) – The mining company sitting pretty at today’s copper prices.

3)SLANG Worldwide (CNSX:SLNG) – An industry leader in cannabis consumer packaged goods with a diversity of brands across the U.S.

Watch today’s action-packed episode discussing the emerging trends in the stock market and what stocks each host has their eyes on.

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