This is from Irregular Lee Salisbury:
I subscribe to Mampilly’s Profit Unlimited which recommends the likes of IBM, MSFT, QRVO, STM, TER, ADSK, PYPL, etc., etc.
Because I’ve found Mampilly’s service reputable I listened to his newest pitch costing a mere $2995/yr, no trials, all sales final. I didn’t buy it but have to say Mampilly doesn’t strike me as the typical con job. The basis of his pitch is that there are on average 43 low priced ($1.00 to $25.00) stocks that go up 1000% every year. He believes he has discovered the ”DNA” characteristics of these stocks. A new subscriber gets five immediate candidates and will receive a new recommendation every month for one year.
Mampilly supposedly has some credentials having been recognized by Barrons and also by Templeton as successful hedge fund manager. But, he has also been with a four other newsletter services which I consider at best specious and causes me to question why didn’t he present this program at those other newsletters if it was all that good.
I’d be very interested in your comments. Thanks, Lee Salisbury
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