Profits Unlimited
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“Profits Unlimited Review: Is Paul Mampilly’s Service Legit?”

I would like to nip this one in the bud quickly: Is Paul Mampilly a scam artist? No. Many Paul Mampilly reviews online offer a poor analysis of his services, and as an investor, I don't blame them. The guy is a genius and he is helping people make money off the stock market. Paul has tens of thousands of subscribers - so keep in mind that it's never the happy subscribers who go to leave a review, just those who yes, may have lost money, but they also may not have followed all of Paul's advice, got in the service when the market was down, etc.

It’s easy to see why an outsider looking in may be skeptical of Paul Mampilly's stock newsletter subscription (that’s a mouthful, but accurately describes exactly what Paul is ‘selling’). I was a major critic. I thought the promotional pitches were outrageous, there's no way he can promise those percentage gains, so on and so forth. About a year after I joined I was pleasantly surprised as to how much my portfolio was up - 25%. Sure, not 1,000%, but I was doing better with my portfolio and I was learning from Paul and his wisdom. I was learning how to be a successful stock trader.

Overall, the stock newsletters and services pitched by Banyan Hill Publishing make strong claims, have lengthy videos, and then send you through a funnel that upsells you to its products. From a direct marketing standpoint, it’s genius. And it helps to weed out (at one point in the funnel or another) those who are not serious about investing or following a particular strategy.

Don’t be swayed by Paul Mampilly reviews online claiming to know anything about Paul and his Profits Unlimited newsletter subscription or any other service. These people likely haven’t paid for Paul’s expertise, meaning they can’t give an accurate review of his products. Even if they did pay for one of Paul’s services, they may not have followed his advice to the tee and lost money. The most important thing to keep in mind when getting into one of Paul's services is that you may buy in after an awesome trade has been recommended. You may buy in after an awesome trade has been cashed out for high gains - thus, not seeing the gains you wished for. You may buy in and not have the funds to buy every single recommendation and put enough money into them in order to make great returns. Knowing all of this will help you gauge whether or not Paul's services are going to be right for you. Another important note is that Paul is not a personal stock broker. Paul is not a personal financial investor - he has thousands of subscribers, so that personalized attention is not going to be there. But, with Paul, it doesn't need to be there - his analysis speaks for itself. The negative Paul Mampilly reviews you read are needles in haystacks when it comes to his actual subscriber base and immense gains his subscribers have collected over the years.

Like any daily stock newsletter, you can't be in it for quick gains. You need to see the long-term advantage and let the stocks play out over the course of at least a year or two.

Who Is Paul Mampilly?

Paul Mampilly began his financial career in 1991 as an assistant portfolio manager at Bankers Trust. From there, he quickly rose to prominent positions managing multimillion-dollar accounts for Deutsche Bank, a German global banking firm, and ING.

Paul also managed accounts for the Royal Bank of Scotland, as well as investments for a $6 billion hedge fund named Kinetics Asset Management, LLC. His vast experience as a hedge fund manager earned him first place in a prestigious investment competition, where he generated a 76% return from a starting $50 million investment. What’s more, this was during the 2008 and 2009 financial crisis.

For the past few years, Paul Mampilly has been invited to appear on several television shows, including CNBC and Bloomberg TV. As the founder of the Profits Unlimited newsletter, Paul provides his opinions and advice for investors who are interested in cutting-edge financial investments.

You can read more about his gains from Banyan Hill Publishing’s bio on Paul, where he is the editor of Profits Unlimited and 4 other elite trading services: Extreme Fortunes, True Momentum, Rapid Profit Trader and The $10 Million Portfolio.

What Is Profits Unlimited?

In Profits Unlimited, Paul Mampilly offers over 100,000 readers his top stock picks. He also writes about the best time to invest in certain sectors of the market that are going up for the most profitable gains. These sectors participate in something Paul calls “mega trends” — emerging areas of the market with technologies that will completely revolutionize peoples’ lives. Because these sectors are in high-growth mode, they provide the best chance for investors to make huge profits. His open investment portfolio serves as a guide for investors who are unsure about which investments to choose. The portfolio illustrates highly profitable gains in several of his stock picks.

Essentially, Profits Unlimited is a not just a stock newsletter, but more of a research advisory that gives you access to Paul’s strategic way of investing. Out of all of Paul’s stock and financial services, this one is catered toward varying levels of investors — from beginners to experienced investors, to even more seasoned pros. However, I would say that Paul's Profits Unlimited newsletter would benefit those who are not more seasoned investors. I have read hundreds of Profits Unlimited reviews and reviews of Paul from Profits Unlimited subscribers who were more seasoned investors going into the deal and did not always love the service. But, if you are a seasoned investor, Profits Unlimited could make a nice compliment to your existing, robust investment portfolio.

The methods used in the Profits Unlimited newsletter are what led Paul to profit in Netflix during its early years, Sarepta Therapeutics when it was developing a drug to treat muscular dystrophy, and what helped him catapult a $6 billion portfolio to an $88 million portfolio during his time on Wall Street during the 2008 recession —a feat that earned him much accolade.

How It Works

Unlike Paul’s other stock investment newsletters (though they all bare commonalities), Profits Unlimited focuses on companies that have already reached their acceptance phases. These are typically large, stable companies with large market caps. This is why Paul recommends this strategy for anyone.

Individuals who are not looking to spend a ton of money can invest an amount they’re comfortable with and get in on Paul’s stock picks while prices are low, allowing them to buy more shares of the up-and-coming company.

Investors who do have more money to spare can purchase as many shares as they’d like, also at great prices, and possibly get in on investing in a company that’s only predicted to grow from its current level.

Of course, there’s much speculation against Paul and his thousands of subscribers all buying into one stock. However, keep in mind that not everyone is going to follow Paul’s advice at the same time, or even on the same day. And because these companies are all experiencing enormous growth, it’s usually safe to continue investing in them months after Paul’s initial recommendation.

Paul Mampilly uses what he calls his “revolutionary way of investing” to “get in on the ground floor of innovative companies that are just about to see explosive growth.” Paul and his team of financial market analysts examine companies that have innovative technologies, innovative products, or play an incremental part of a much larger company.

Profits Unlimited Includes:

  • Access to Paul Mampilly’s model portfolio — This portfolio includes every stock that’s on Paul’s “buy now” list, which gets updated the same day Paul buys or sells a stock recommendation. His model portfolio for Profits Unlimited will tell you what to buy, when, for how much, specific trade details for placing your order, and then when to sell.
  • Weekly updates — Paul releases an update on his Profits Unlimited portfolio every Tuesday. He’ll go over major market trends, any news events surrounding one of his stock picks, and will also give a look ahead at what readers can expect in the coming months. His weekly updates will keep you up-to-date on all current trades, including both gains and losses.
  • Monthly briefings — Perhaps one of the most valuable components to Profits Unlimited is Paul’s monthly briefings. Once a month, he will issue a newsletter that provides an in-depth analysis into a new investment that Paul and his team are researching. It includes graphs, stats and company history — everything possible to help you understand why this may be a good trade and how to (sort of) read stocks and trends in order to make a solid decision on when to invest or not invest. All in all, the monthly briefings alone are amazing bits of stock analysis to see how the process works in order to achieve success as a subscriber to Profits Unlimited.
  • Trade alerts — If a trade is not going as planned — yes, it happens — Paul will send an immediate trade alert to either sell or keep an eye on a stock. Sometimes, he’ll even present a new stock that you should get in on immediately in order to take profits.
  • 24/7 access to the Profits Unlimited login/site — All past and current issues are stored on an encrypted website that members can access at any time.

Things to Know

  • Paul Mampilly and Banyan Hill Publishing DO NOT call this a “get rich quick” strategy.
  • You have to follow the ivestment advice to see gains. If you miss opportunities, you may not be successful (as with any stock strategy).
  • Paul Mampilly and Banyan Hill Publishing ARE NOT stock brokers. They offer sound, analytic-based advice and recommendations.
  • Stock plays are never guaranteed.

Pricing

  • The Profits Unlimited newsletter by Paul Mampilly has tiered pricing depending on the level of service desired, as well as print versus digital options. Following the most recent promo, it looks like this:
  • $49 for 1 year.
  • $79 for 1 year.
  • $129 for 1 year.
  • A lifetime subscription for $495, with an annual maintenance fee of $4.95.

Cancellation Policy

  • You have 1 year to cancel your subscription to Profits Unlimited.
***Don’t quote me on these prices and the cancellation policy. If you choose to go with any newsletter subscription, make sure you check pricing and cancellation terms, as mine may be outdated.

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Our Final Review

Profits Unlimited by Paul Mampilly is a great starter newsletter. At the lower price range of Paul’s products, I would recommend this one for those of you who are leery about buying into a stock newsletter subscription. Since Profits Unlimited focuses on larger companies that generate stable amounts of revenue a year, they’re relatively safe investments for new investors looking to make a starter portfolio. Of course, Paul Mampilly’s stock picks won’t always work out, but he releases so many per year, your odds of profiting from a handful of stocks are great.
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