written by reader Performance of Mampilly’s “True Momentum” and “Extreme Fortunes” Premium Newsletters

By patchman, September 16, 2017

I would like to hear from some of the brave souls out there that invested in these two newsletters by Paul Mampilly. I subscribe to his flagship newsletter ”Profits Unlimited”, which I highly recommend to everyone, but have held out on the other two that are much pricier. Specifically, I would like to know his batting average of winners versus losers, and is it paying for itself many times over? I’m not wanting to get his picks for free, but simply want to know if a subscription will be a good investment. Thanks!!

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jackbob52
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jackbob52
February 8, 2018 5:53 pm

Ditto just say’n. I’ve been saying the same for awhile now and have posted as such. It bothers me that Neither Mampilly nor Banyan Hill has taken accountability of the dismal performance of EF and yet they unabashedly continue marketing of their products ad nauseum.

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Just Say'n
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Just Say'n
February 8, 2018 6:10 pm
Reply to  jackbob52

Right on JackBob. The latest is the crash proof take. So misleading from Banyon Hill. They use All of the other Analysts to promote National Enquirer banter they discredit themselves.

jackbob52
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jackbob52
February 13, 2018 6:43 pm

Lots of sell signals yesterday. The premise was profit taking. PU and EF had a total of 6 sales recommended. Kind of odd since sell recommendations up to this time have been few and one at a time. Still waiting for just one 1000% winner.

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Hank
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Hank
February 13, 2018 6:56 pm
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PU’s email timing was very suspect….actually there is no suspicion necessary.

I got the email to sell with 90 seconds to go in the trading day. I tried to get to my position as I was at my computer but too late. Cost me $2 bucks per share the next day.

Note: the PU “portfolio” includes a fill on the day when NOT ONE OF US had a chance to get filled. Not nice. Not honest.

I’m beginning to wane on this whole thing. I can do just as well on my own.

Just Say'n
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Just Say'n
February 13, 2018 7:49 pm
Reply to  Hank

Right on Hank. BH will pad their numbers shamelessly. I’m not retired so I relied on “expert” advice for price. ( Pun intended). Learned the reality the hard way.

EFtrader
February 13, 2018 8:12 pm
Reply to  Hank

I think all the selling from Paul is an attempt to make his numbers and winning % look good on his portfolios. A couple of EF sells were really shocking to me since he was so 100% ABSOLUTELY sure about them just weeks ago!

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Hank
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Hank
February 13, 2018 8:44 pm
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I’m discerning that Paul is no more confident than I am. He’s not the only one. I do a lot of reading. Goldman Sachs is all over the map. Ray Dalio–the manager of the largest hedge fund in the world–has done a 180 within the last nine days.

He explains WHY the stock market’s thrust is troublesome (see/read website: Zero Hedge). If Ray is correct and, for now, I think he is, then we have a longish 2-5 month slog ahead of us whereby only the best picks advance.

Net on net all portfolios will be down.

In other words, it’s called lightening up. In Paul Mampilly’s world it’s his job to (also) show numbers. He locking in profits.

Which is why I preach to everyone to only trust yourself. All of us have an agenda; the promote