Marijuana isn't legal in the country I live in (Medical or Recreational). The idea seems good except for a fair investment you need to put in to expect good returns then there are multiple factors to consider like the state's limits and everything.
I do think it's a valid source of income considering the growing demand of users. You can check out cannabis career institute, They have given a clear idea about how much one can earn and what work does one exactly have to do.


Only after the political climate settles down a little after the general election so we have a clear perspective of how the future is going to look like, with the current circus I am not sure if we end up with somebody that will end up with regressive politics regarding weed and you could end up losing your investment or even facing legal trouble at worst!

I read somewhere that marijuana is going to end up being the new "big tobacco" with huge corporations taking control of it once it is completely legal, so maybe there is a window of opportunity there to pursuit this as a business before small players are absorbed.


@jona I agree that corporations will take over, but right now is the time for the small guy to get in and then later sell off to or become one of those corporations! I honestly do not see how the federal government could outlaw something that is legal in a specific state. If that happens, it is time for a revolution!!

I don't know about growing weed commercially, but I do know about growing. It wouldn't take a large investment if you already had a farm. I still think I would jump right on this bandwagon if it were legal in my state!
It is quite lucrative but also difficult. For the most part, anyone that doesn't know what they are doing will have a tough time, but anyone with business skills can get some decent results. I am quite familiar with the industry, and there is a dispensary within a mile of me. They do well and yet could be doing so much better, but they settle.
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