Danny Moses of “The Big Short” fame and friend of the podcast is this week’s guest on The Green Rush. As you’ve heard from our previous interviews, Danny is one of the smartest and most diligent investors in the cannabis space.
This week’s conversation with Danny focused on his preaching of patience for long-term investors looking to capitalize on the industry. With two more states having approved adult use cannabis since his last appearance on the show, Danny is bullish on sticking with companies that have realistic, long-term growth plans.
Danny also provided his unique take on the downturn the cannabis public markets have taken over the last 3-4 months, his optimism that cannabis banking reform could pass Congress later this year and what’s the one question he thinks all retail investors should be asking when considering whether to buy, hold or sell.
Don’t sit back, lean forward and enjoy!
Danny Moses – Cannabis Investor
Danny Moses has extensive experience with financial markets having worked on Wall Street since 1991 and holding a variety of positions including municipal bond analyst, institutional sell-side broker, trader, and hedge fund manager. The book and later movie “The Big Short” features the character of Danny Moses and a few others who were able to successfully navigate the volatility of the financial markets during the formation of the housing bubble in 2004.
Links and mentions in the show
- Danny’s Podcast BailStreet: https://www.bailstreet.com/
- Danny at the Brookings Institute: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2y2aEJShnUw
- The Big Short Deleted Scene: https://metro.co.uk/video/the-big-short-deleted-scene-1291428/?ito=vjs-link
Links to the guest’s company and social media accounts
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/dmoses34
This episode was hosted by Lewis Goldberg of KCSA Strategic Communications.
Special thanks to our Executive Producer Nick Opich Program Director Shea Gunther at Marijuana Today
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