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THE 4/20/17 SALAMI     

MJTK  UP  1040%

SIPC  UP 1140%

Cheapest shares I bought in January 2017:

MJTK   $.0017
SIPC     $.005

Peak price attained:

MJTK   $.0194
SIPC    $.062






     M         B      C
     M                   O
     J                      A


Cheapest shares I bought in the summer of 2016:

MCOA     $.0035
AMMJ     $.085
CNAB     $.1565

UP 2407% AFTER 8 WEEKS ON 11/2/16

MCOA  $.12     3300%
AMMJ  $1.95   2194%
CNAB  $2.75   1727% 

The History of "THE GRAND SALAMI"
Written on 9/6/16

I am attempting to construct a portfolio of OTC MJ stocks that can achieve returns of 1000%-2000% or greater due to the 2016 election season, where 5 states are voting on the legalization of recreational cannabis -- CA, NV, AZ, ME, MA

This summer I decided that I wanted to assemble the best MJ stock portfolio for the upcoming fall election mania we are sure to see in the cannabis sector.
Since history tends to repeat itself and is often a great guide to the future, I figured the best way to do so would be to take a deep look into what transpired during the last sector bubble, so I spent approximately 500 hours analyzing the mechanistics of the 2014 MJ sector explosion.

In a sense, I sought to reverse engineer the 2014 MJ mania to determine which specific factors possessed the greatest predictive capacity for identifying the stocks with the highest probability of delivering outsized returns -- I wanted to develop a comprehensive blueprint and subsequently pinpoint which components of the model would lead to the highest % gains for my MJ portfolio this fall.

So I reviewed each and every MJ stock and divided about 350 stocks into 4 quartiles by performance as judged by % gain from trough to peak.
I removed the stocks in the middle quartiles so I was left with the top performing quartile and the bottom performing quartile.
Then I performed a series of statistical analyses including discriminant function analysis and factor analysis, along with a variety of other mathematical simulations.
What remained was an algorithm that I hoped would be able to deliver me the absolute best returns in the upcoming 2016 MJ craze.

The exact findings of the model I developed are proprietary in nature, and for now must remain so, as I am always on the hunt for another SALAMI to add to my portfolio.
With that said, I will share a few of the 19 general factors that I have utilized to pick the stocks in THE GRAND SALAMI, the most elite collection of MJ stocks in existence.

Float size
Dollar Volume
Convertible Debt
Prior response to sector catalysts (including March/April 2016)
Shareholder loyalty

As you can see, the last 2 factors I mentioned on the list are subjective.
I firmly believe that any really comprehensive predictive model must incorporate both objective measures and subjective measures; as long as the subjective characteristics can be assigned a numerical value, they can be seamlessly incorporated into the model.
I felt the finished product had a number of rough edges so I used my best judgment to finely tune the results, handcrafting the final rendition of THE GRAND SALAMI.
As a big believer in diversification, my initial intention was to include the top 8 stocks; however, I found there to be too large a gap between the 5th ranked and the 6th-8th ranked stocks, so I made the call to limit THE GRAND SALAMI to 5 stocks, with only 3 stocks remaining after the final cut.

THE GRAND SALAMI is a work of both painstaking scientific precision and creative artistic license.

A Few Rules of the Board
I don't want this board to become a place where people just post random pot stocks like every other MJ message board.
That seems to be a recipe for lousy discussion.
Stock bashing and poster bashing is strictly prohibited.
No trolling.
I really want to focus our discussion on THE SALAMI, so try to keep your comments about these SALAMI stocks.
This is not a place to advertise your favorite ticker -- those types of posts will be promptly removed.

All of my "SALAMI" stock picks reflect my own opinion and are intended for informational purposes only.
I am not a licensed security professional nor can I offer buying advice, selling advice or recommendations concerning any securities posted on this board.
Everyone is personally responsible for their own buying and selling decisions.
I assume NO responsibility for the actions, investment decisions, and messages posted on this forum.
Any trade entered into risks the possibility of losing the funds invested.
Please do your own due diligence before making any investment decisions.

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#13289  Sticky Note At the same time I am working on sleekscape 11/09/17 07:48:07 PM
#13206  Sticky Note Thesis Statement on 2018 MJ Mania is coming soon sleekscape 10/29/17 02:44:55 PM
#12735  Sticky Note IPA THEORY sleekscape 06/27/17 09:15:54 PM
#12679  Sticky Note THE SALAMI TRACK RECORD sleekscape 06/17/17 02:48:09 PM
#12456  Sticky Note MAJOR HEMP BROWN ALE DD sleekscape 05/15/17 12:39:06 AM
#10575  Sticky Note SIPC DD recinvestor 03/21/17 08:38:09 AM
#13303   @Citizen_Toke Launch confirmed! GreasyPT 11/17/17 07:56:47 AM
#13302   This is what SLEEK posted the other day badguy3101 11/14/17 06:07:40 PM
#13301   I love Sleek. I still think he's shortorlong 11/14/17 06:04:03 PM
#13300   I don't think SLEEK has mentioned a 2018 Salami. badguy3101 11/14/17 06:01:18 PM
#13299   Pretty sure he is PRO SIPC. I recall bears3434 11/14/17 09:52:20 AM
#13298   Is SLEEK still stating SIPC is a 2018 Salami? shortorlong 11/14/17 07:45:45 AM
#13294   Preach it BG !!! bears3434 11/11/17 08:41:01 AM
#13293   SLEEK, I believe everyone should rejoice at the badguy3101 11/11/17 03:13:18 AM
#13292   Great news! You always come up with the SleekSoldier 11/10/17 12:34:16 PM
#13291   Sir Sleek, is SIPC a 2018 salami? shortorlong 11/10/17 09:38:37 AM
#13290   Thank you Sir Sleek.We will be looking forward to bears3434 11/09/17 08:00:28 PM
#13289   At the same time I am working on sleekscape 11/09/17 07:48:07 PM
#13288   Sleek do you like MCOA here? PotsandPans420 11/09/17 11:29:46 AM
#13287   Yes THG..:I can't believe Jeff Sessions still has captainscotty 11/09/17 05:59:42 AM
#13286   New Jersey will now pass rec marijuana through badguy3101 11/08/17 07:42:04 PM
#13285   CANNABIS NATION RISING captainscotty 11/08/17 09:42:58 AM
#13284   Thats a big deal for ganga... GrooveMaster 11/08/17 12:25:29 AM
#13283   Phil Murphy wins New Jersey governor's election SleekSoldier 11/07/17 11:54:29 PM
#13282   I agree with you 100% badguy3101 11/07/17 05:29:56 PM
#13281   We need our leader back in full force! SleekSoldier 11/07/17 03:37:46 PM
#13280   Some cannabis companies are already working with banks cnote420 11/07/17 08:43:29 AM
#13279   Don't forget about banking and rescheduling. badguy3101 11/07/17 04:09:51 AM
#13278   Yes CA will be big, but watching people tomxyy 11/06/17 10:11:26 PM
#13277   whatever the case weed will be a moneymaker!!!! phattrader 11/06/17 08:01:51 PM
#13276   The next big kahuna is California. Then Canada WAR_CTR4Hire 11/06/17 07:25:07 PM
#13275   If you measure in 3 ways: Per jjr04001 11/06/17 07:21:53 PM
#13273   Yes sir BG ! With Calif. having bears3434 11/06/17 07:12:57 PM
#13272   The cannabis sector is heating up! badguy3101 11/06/17 07:08:14 PM
#13271   You obviously failed economics 101 badguy3101 11/06/17 07:06:54 PM
#13270   Lol, Is Calif & Illinois not Broke ? bears3434 11/06/17 07:05:48 PM
#13269   Laugh is right! WAR_CTR4Hire 11/06/17 06:53:23 PM
#13268   Because liberal policies create the best places on phattrader 11/06/17 05:49:08 PM
#13267   If over-regulating and taxing means that it will jjr04001 11/06/17 05:35:04 PM
#13266 glens0 11/06/17 11:47:27 AM
#13264   Snowflakes finding a way to make thing complicated. GreasyPT 11/06/17 08:59:27 AM
#13263   Agreed Liberalism 101 in full gear. bears3434 11/06/17 08:57:50 AM
#13262   LOL yeah that sounds like California alright...over-regulate and frode 11/06/17 07:13:38 AM
#13261   All I can say is that the GREAT badguy3101 11/06/17 01:14:27 AM
#13260 cnote420 11/05/17 11:16:08 PM
#13259   I look forward to having regulations against harmful cnote420 11/05/17 11:03:57 PM
#13258   Very good.....plentiful Markss40 11/05/17 10:58:39 PM
#13257   How has the quality been in Colorado? cnote420 11/05/17 10:56:18 PM
#13256   Of course........ Markss40 11/05/17 09:33:19 PM
#13255   Of course, the tax is for recreational MJ, cnote420 11/05/17 08:14:24 PM
#13254   In Colorado the cost of the product is Markss40 11/05/17 07:53:45 PM
#13252   Eagleshine 11/05/17 07:45:44 PM
#13251   California to tax pot as much as 45% WAR_CTR4Hire 11/05/17 07:28:23 PM
#13250   How high is it in Cali? Markss40 11/05/17 07:22:17 PM
#13249   Murphy He says he would join eight other states SleekSoldier 11/05/17 06:01:34 PM
#13248   Murphy He says he would join eight other states SleekSoldier 11/05/17 06:01:05 PM