Cartel International Inc.
Cartel Blue, Inc. (CRTL) the First and Only Hemp Apparel Company Listed on the Major Marijuana | Hemp Stock Index has Merged with Cartel, Inc. and is now Cartel International Inc. that now also offers Hydroponic Hemp Cigars along with Hip-Hop Hemp clothing.
Cartel International Inc. (CRTL) is listed on the Marijuana Index and its Stock Universe is the go-to stock index for marijuana and hemp sector investors. The Marijuana Stock Universe is a searchable database of all marijuana and hemp stocks.
How to Invest
1. Select an online stockbroker.
The easiest way to buy stocks is through an online stockbroker. After opening and funding your account, you can buy stocks through the broker’s website in a matter of minutes. Other options include using a full-service stockbroker, or buying stock directly from our company. Opening an online brokerage account is as easy as setting up a bank account: You complete an account application, provide proof of identification and choose whether you want to fund your account by mailing a check or transferring funds electronically.
2. Research the stocks you want to buy
Once you’ve set up and funded your brokerage account, it’s time to dive into the business of picking the best stocks for you. A good place to start is by researching companies you already know from your experiences as a consumer. Keep your objectives simple: After all you are looking for a company that you will want to become a part owner of.
3. Decide how many shares to buy
You should feel absolutely no pressure to buy a large number of shares or fill your entire portfolio with our stock all at once. Consider starting small by purchasing just a single share to get a feel for what it’s like to own individual stocks and whether you have the fortitude to ride through the rough patches with minimal sleep loss. You can add to your position over time as you master the shareholder swagger. Many brokerages offer a tool that converts dollar amounts to shares, too. This can be helpful if you have a set amount you’d like to invest for example, $5,000 — and you want to know how many shares that amount could actually buy you.