A word about "frontloading"...
There are ALWAYS investors/traders who already have positions before one initiates a position for themselves.
So I suppose "frontloading" by nature of the meaning is done by everyone because the hope from EVERYONE is that there will always be investors/traders that buy higher than where one originally initiates their position. Same applies for all short positions, just in reverse.
Now "frontloading" as implied by someone making an accusation, would mean blaming someone for buying a position, then selling to others based on an awareness campaign that is announced by an individual, or entity. And in this case if an accusation of frontloading is made, it also implies that the stock will shoot up and then crash down, suggesting a "pump and dump".
Based on what I've witnessed in these Salami opportunities, I'm not seeing "pump and dump" activity. The salami opportunities have held a large percentage of their gains and continued moving higher after a period of consolidation.
It's really kind of bothersome seeing Sleek getting a bad rap here...I believe he/she has done a lot more to not only provide great opportunities to make money, but support these opportunities well beyond the initial "alert", while offering education along the way!
I offer my sincere gratitude for these opportunities. If I make some wrong moves along the way, it's on me. But I learn from those, become smarter and wiser in my trading, and don't try to spread negativity in an arena where there's way too much of that already!!
Thank you again Sleek for bringing great opportunities to those who graciously accept all risks involved, and invest accordingly.
Go SIPC and MJTK!