KALY Targets Fragmented Sector For Underserved $100 Trillion Market

Low Float Opportunity With Near Term $0.10 PPS Potential

New York, NY – November 8, 2016 – Wall Street Corner Report

Kali, Inc. (KALY) is rolling-up marina management companies.  Marina management is a fragmented market without a dominant player.  Luxury boating has proven resilient, posting consistent year over year growth, regardless of the prevailing economy. 

$100 Trillion Underserved HNWI Market

Luxury boating is a hobby of the world’s High Net Worth Individuals (HNWI) population and the HNWI population is not only growing but the wealth controlled is getting bigger. Accordingly, boats are getting bigger and those boats replaced for larger boats are driving a growing secondary market for luxury boats.  Capgemini expects HNWI wealth to surpass $100 trillion by 2025.

The HNWI population is categorized into three segments: Those with US$1 million to US$5 million in investable wealth; those with US$5 million to US$30 million; and those with US$30 million or more (ultra-HNWIs).  The Asia Pacific region leads the world in HNWI population growth with China and Japan both reporting double digit growth.  In fact, Asia Pacific now has a larger population of HNWI than North America.

KALY has identified a worthy and surprisingly yet unpursued business opportunity

KALY’s business model is targeted at a growing population of individuals with US$1 million or more to invest.  The marina management market is currently estimated to be a $5 Billion market but this does not include the secondary market for luxury boats.  KALY has identified a worthy and surprisingly yet unpursued business opportunity.  With the real estate potential of marina management to provide an anchor asset on KALY’s balance sheet combined with the opportunity to roll-up operations in a fragmented $5 billion market sector, and adding to all that the potential to enhance both revenue and the balance sheet by adding luxury boat sales in the secondary market … well, we don’t think it will be long before KALY has competition, but by then, KALY should have a well-established lead.

KALY Low Float Opportunity With Near Term $0.10 PPS Potential

We’re working with an independent analyst to asses KALY’s overall industry opportunity and we’ll report back to you as soon as we have a completed analyst report..  KALY reports less than 10 million shares in the float with an issued and outstanding of 265 million shares.  In the meantime, while pending the analyst report, given the low float and the Company’s existing revenues and profits yet unnoticed by the market, we believe with a little market attention, KALY could rapidly see a PPS north of $0.10.

Learn more about KALY’s operations at http://www.wavemarineservices.com/

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