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WarCamEagle
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Marijuana stocks?



Since Washington and Colorado now legalized marijuana is it a good idea to invest in these stocks? What stocks do you guys reccomend?






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death valley driver
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CHOPPA CITY
Member since Jul 2004
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ERBB





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L S Usetheforce
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College Station
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Dvd





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Putty
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Member since Oct 2003
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I'm waiting for the Feds to legalize and then MO etc transition from tobacco farming to the sticky icky





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bryso
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I'd start with YUM brands.





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Crbello4Hiceman
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Lurking
Member since May 2011
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I'd start with YUM brands.






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Poodlebrain
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Way Right of Rex
Member since Jan 2004
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Growing and selling marijuana are still crimes per the federal government. The Internal Revenue Code specifically prohibits deductions for expenses incurred in criminal enterprises. So any company engaged in growing and/or selling marijuana will have to pay income tax on its gross sales. Are you sure you want to invest in an activity that pays 35% of gross revenues to the IRS before it pays any of its operating expenses?





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TigerTreyjpg
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Monroe, LA
Member since Jun 2008
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Are you sure you want to invest in an activity that pays 35% of gross revenues to the IRS before it pays any of its operating expenses?


Are you sure you want to invest in a company run by potheads, no matter what the tax structure is?






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Nawlens Gator
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Buy Frito-Lay, maker of Cheeto's






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