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Adam Sharp

Co-Founder, Early Investing

An active investor in more than 80 startups, Adam brings his extensive experience, research, due diligence and industry connections to guide readers through the exciting new investment space known as equity crowdfunding. As a former financial advisor, he also has extensive experience with internet marketing and financial writing. Adam has worked as a consultant for leading web properties with millions of visitors per day. He has built three profitable web businesses. And he now regularly shares his knowledge about investing in startups, cryptocurrency and cannabis in his free daily e-letter, Early Investing.

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Cannabis Isn’t Going Anywhere

Cannabis stocks are down, but this industry is still booming. If you can ride out the bear market and buy the dip, you’ll be sitting pretty long term.

Buy Pot Stocks While Prices Are Low

Marijuana stocks have taken a big hit across the board. That means they’re a great buying opportunity.

Mailbag: Defining Reasonable Revenue Growth

In this week’s Mailbag, the Early Investing team explains reasonable revenue growth numbers and underperforming IPOs.

How Will We Deal With All the Debt?

Today, we explore the options that countries around the world have for paying off their unsustainable debt.

Mailbag: Lessons Learned From Bad Investments

In this week’s Mailbag, Andy Gordon shares what he learned from the worst investment he ever made and Adam Sharp explains why he’s not buying Beyond Meat.

News Fix: Former CFTC Chair Suggests a Digital Dollar Will Uphold U.S. Dominance in Global Finance

In the news this week: Pennsylvania introduces a comprehensive marijuana legalization bill, the former CFTC chair calls for a digital dollar and Canva’s valuation gets a boost.

Perfect Storm for Bitcoin

The upcoming bitcoin halving and brewing financial chaos are creating a perfect storm for bitcoin prices.

Mailbag: Don’t Dismiss Sectors or Cannabis Stocks

In this week’s Mailbag, the Early Investing team tackles cannabis stocks and startup sectors.