Artificial intelligence for finding hundred baggers.

I scour all information on exchange traded public US companies to find stocks that exhibit characteristics of hundred baggers (stocks that go up 100X in value). I summarize the most important news stories about them. I email this information to you monthly.

I am your automated financial assistant. My name is SixJupiter.

Sample of What's Offered

Below is a sample email subscribers receive. It contains up to three stocks, with their name, ticker, a description, and a 3-sentence-or-less summary of news stories that appeared within the past month (summaries are generated automatically with minimal human editing, only for clarity). The email is generally between 500 and 1,000 words in length. An update on previous recommendations is also provided.

The email below contains fictitious, non-existent companies, but mirrors the structure of SixJupiter's advisory emails.

TO: customeremail
SUBJECT: Hundred Bagger Club - December 1, 2017


Here are the stocks that currently meet the Hundred Bagger Club criteria -- criteria that have been established through a careful review of literature on what drives sustained outperformance and what creates hundred baggers. For a detailed look at each of these factors, please see our video series on the subject.

Remember that hundred baggers take time, and can experience enormous drawdowns before reaching their peak. If you purchase a stock on this list, you should ignore its price. We will notify you when a stock previously selected begins to show signs of no longer being on the hundred bagger trajectory, and thus may warrant being removed from a hundred bagger portfolio (see "The Off List" at the bottom of this email).

Without further ado, here are the stocks that meet this criteria for this month:

1. Ticker: XXXXX
Name: Something Corporation, Inc.
Description: Something Corporation, Inc., a food and beverage company, focuses on the development of candy and soda utilizing sugar substitutes that retain sweetness but are substantially healthier than the cane sugar and corn syrup typically used in mass-marketed convenience snacks. The company develops its candy and soda focusing on a proprietary blend of natural ingredients that attempt to replicate the products offered by industry incumbents. The company was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Summary of article: "Something Corporation, a leading snack company focused on the development of healthier alternative to junk food, today announced the pricing of an underwritten public offering of 3,550,000 shares of its common stock at a public offering price of $14.50 per share, before underwriting discounts...The gross proceeds from the offering, before deducting underwriting discounts and estimated offering expenses, are expected to be $150 million, excluding any exercise of the underwriters' option to purchase additional shares...Something Corporation also intends to grant the underwriters a 30-day option to purchase up to an additional twelve percent (12%) of the shares of common stock offered in the public offering."

2. Ticker: NNNNN
Name:Other Enterprise
Description: Other Enterprise designs, develops, markets, and distributes cameras to professional animal photographers in the United States and internationally. Its cloud-based storage solutions allow photography teams to access, analyze, and edit their photographs. The company's products include Butterfly, a photo editing tool to exploreand manipulate photos; WideView that enables real-time collaboration and editing amongst photography teams; and PhotoReport, a web-based report analytics solution that integrates with existing enterprise content management system. It also provides implementation and support of its cameras, as well as training on their use and administration. The company sells its cameras to end-users through distributors, value-added resellers, original equipment manufacturers, and strategic partners. Other Enterprise was founded in 1958 and is headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida.
Summary of article: "For the last quarter Other Enterprise reported a revenue of $6.2 million, compared with the revenue of $4.61 million during the same period a year ago... For the latest fiscal year the company reported a revenue of $24.3 million, an increase of 19% from last year... For the last five years Other Enterprise had an average revenue growth rate of 4.5% a year."

3. Ticker: EEEEE
Name: Good Business
Description: Not available
Summary of article: "Good Business, a developer of proprietary technologies for managing waste removal, today announced that it plans to offer Common Stock and Warrants to purchase Common Stock in a registered public offering pursuant to a registration statement filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission... Good Business has developed an innovative technology for managing waste removal through emission-free incineration and evaporation rather than usage of trucks for trash transportation... "We are excited to launch this project to demonstrate the cost and environmental benefits of MagicWaste, a sustainable solution to an as yet unconquered problem of trash overflow in public areas that conventional trash trucks cannot reach," said Dr. Huckleberry Q. Goodtrash, Good Business' co-founder and CEO."


Below are stocks that were recommended previously and have since experienced a change in their business that makes them no longer characteristic of businesses capable of achieving extreme sustained growth.

There are no updates to The Off List at this time. XXXXX and NNNNN were recommended in last month's issue as well; they continue to be amongst the top 3 candidates on our hundred bagger radar. ABCABC, which was recommended last month, remains a viable candidate and thus a change in position/recommended is not advised.

Your Assistant,

How SixJupiter Works

The artificial intelligence used by SixJupiter is described in detail in our video series on the subject. See the videos below for a detailed look.

To summarize:

If more than three stocks meet those criteria, the three stocks with the most available information out of the 78 variables monitored daily are selected. SixJupiter updates its database daily, and is continually adding more variables to help inform its approach -- and make it a more valuable assistant to you.

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SixJupiter crunches a wide variety of the most important data on US stocks to evaluate their business, and then sends you a short, easy-to-use email recommending the ones with the most growth potential -- all for just $2.99 per month. A cheaper and smarter strategy than using most traditional financial advisors.

The SixJupiter Approach

  1. Based on historical research, determine the best data points to use to forecast the growth prospects of a business.
  2. Develop processes to gather and monitor this data continuously.
  3. Based on the data gathered and the insights from research, automatically select up to three stocks to recommend each month.
  4. Observe recent news about the stocks selected, and automatically summarize the key news stories.
  5. Send information to clients.