written by reader Paul Mampilly’s 100x deal

By backoffice, April 8, 2020

I listened to a sales pitch last night for over 1 hour that was geared to Paul Mampilly’s Banyan Hill suckers and was waiting for the 3 stocks that would pay returns of at least 100x or better ,
what I got at the end was an opportunity to sign up for the service for $10,000 for life. With that you would get at least 1 tip a month at minimum and pay a yearly fee for maintainence. The time frame for these returns could be anywhere from 1 year to 8 or 9 years, He gave some insight into the 3 picks he was talking about but no ticker symbols. They are all micro-caps and 1 had a patent for blood testing without the need of collecting blood without a needle. Did anyone else catch this pitch or have any idea of who it may be? Thanks Travis, he says he’s looking at Micro- caps worth 300 million, have enough capital for 1 year,experienced executives with a track record, gross margins of at least 20%, and a unique service

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devildog132
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RVP popping back up 12% today. This got up all the way to $13 about two weeks ago, looks like it adjusted and it moving back up. Take a look at the chart on this one. Paul Mampilly caught it at a good spot. OPTT pulled back a little (7%) after a huge jump of 44% yesterday. I took a little profit, but when it was down over 10% today got another sliver. IPWR and LTBR have been steadily moving up the last couple weeks. LTBR was a bit of a dog for me, but seems to have found its… Read More Β»

greenstreet
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Yes I did not get in quick enough when RVP went down. Probably wrongly I have stayed clear of LTBR because I got stung by the predecessor Thorium Power a few years back.I probably got in too early for the technology.

Kim
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Yesterday I took a little profit on OPTT too. πŸ™‚ Thank you so much for sharing!

marissa
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I watched for 2 hours for the CVAC IPO to open for trading. Then I took a 3 minute break and when I returned, the stock was at $41. I had read that it was supposed to open at $16. but that the first trade was for $44. Can anyone explain why this happened? Can people place orders prior to the start of the IPO.? Did anyone get in at less than $44?

Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe
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IPO orders are sold to people who buy in before it starts trading, and at whatever offering price the investment bank decides it should offer at… so if there’s huge demand for more shares beyond what was sold in the IPO, the price will surge as the people who want it bid higher. They often accentuate this by starting trading with limited liquidity, since the β€œpop” on the first day makes people feel good and rewards the best customers (who got allocations in the IPO).