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Micael Tseghai
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greetings Paul
I am kind of very disappointed the fact that you are more interested in collecting
a lot of money before even you deliver what you are advertising for every $10,000 to $100,000.00. Now also you came up with momentum. If your momentum is better than Extreme Fortune may be I have to switch to the new one.
At any rate I bought $25000.00 worth of stocks from the Extreme Fortune
and about $50,000.00 of Profit Unlimited.
Micael

Mary V.
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Michael, Where do I begin in my reply to your dribble. You may want to invest in a grammar and literacy crash course for beginners. I understand there are several home schooling courses available via the internet. Next, you may want to think before posting on this site. You stated that you bought stock from Extreme Fortune and Profit Unlimited. I hope you understand that this is not possible. These are newsletters that Paul and JL write and include stock ideas. Neither are mutual funds or places to purchase anything, other than newsletters. Last, but not least, you obviously have… Read more »
Mark Murphy
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Hi Mary, My name is Mark and I live in New Jersey. I’m in Profits Unlimited and just Wednesday joined Extreme Fortunes. I share your view of potential with these programs, however, I’m not yet seeing returns even close to what Paul talks about. I’ve made two observations that are getting the best of me so far. I believe with some education I will get on track. Your comments here have lead me to reach out to you. If you feel that I’m being too forward or just too much of a beginner to ask of your time I understand.… Read more »
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Nicki
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I subscribe to both Extreme Fortune and Profits Unlimited. The latter one invests in larger caps so it’s stable and has done better. The EF has small caps so they will be volatile and are meant for people that can stomach the volatility. I think these are awesome companies but I do find that I like PU much better and I should not have subscribed to EF. I think EF recommendations will do well in the long run.

Richard R F Hoffman
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It would be ideal if us subscribers got notified at the time when Paul added a stock to his imaginary portfolio. I have already shown gains in many of the stocks that he recommended in his excellent Profits Unlimited newsletter. There have been times when I could have made a much better gain, if I had received the information to buy sooner. I expect my gains to be less than what are shown in the portfolio. I’m still doing better than I had been doing before I subscribed to Profit’s Unlimited. I just purchased True Momentum, and Extreme Fortunes. I’ve… Read more »
Bob
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Mary, Please note:  In criticizing Micael, you used DRIBBLE when you clearly should have written DRIVEL.  Drivel (noun): Stupid or childish talk. Dribble (noun): A thin stream of liquid; a trickle Also, Mary, in scolding Micael you wrote “You may want to invest in a grammar and literacy crash course for beginners. I understand there are several home schooling courses available via the internet. ” The screwup is saying … ” in a grammar and literacy crash course for beginners …” using the singular article ” a ” as you did, is grammatically incorrect. You would be correct saying … in a… Read more »
frank_n_steyn
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Drivel, not dribble.

JSandberg
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I think Mary V. is very mean, for no apparent reason. Michael is probably working with a dictionary & just didn’t want to go back and correct what he meant about buying them from Extreme Fortune & Profit Unlimited. I knew exactly what he meant, and I think you did, too. I hope you’re not a teacher. I advise you to travel more in countries where you don’t know the language, and give empathy a chance. How does that feel?

LLK
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Hi Micael, I think you did well to put more into Profits Unlimited. That’s what I did too. I believe that those should be the main stocks of your portfolio. They are intended for keeping in the long term and they are more established stocks. The Extreme Fortune stocks are smaller, less known and more of a gamble but also have more of an upside potential. So theoretically you would put less of the money you have to invest in those stocks. I am not sure, but I think that True Momentum stocks will be in between the two portfolio’s…..less… Read more »
Richard R F Hoffman
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I have subscribed to all three (PU, TM, & EF), but need to cancel either TM, or EF. I like taking risks,
so I’m inclined to keep the Extreme Fortune subscription. I find myself wanting all three, but realize
I might not be able to utilize them all. I’m 84 years old, and I quickly run out of energy after studying all the stock information I have on hand.

JOSEPH M ROSADO
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Hello Michael.
Hope ya dont mind me poking my head in your window. But if Im not mistaken, did I read you invested $25k into. EF recommends and $50k into recommends from Pauls PU?
I APPLAUD YOU SIR. I SINCERELY HOPE THAT YOUR INVESTMENTS PAY OFF TO YOU IN ABUNDANCE. Its the one BIG MISTAKE I have made as a small and beginner invester. I put the cart before the apples and the horse, well, it ran the hell away from me. ANY ADVICE TO GIVE SO I CAN BE PENNY WISE?

RRHoffman
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I too have been investing close to $50K in the stocks recommended in Paul Mampilly’s three newsletters but I sell my shares as soon as I make what I consider to be an acceptable profit. I only invest heavily in Paul’s recent picks. Over past few years, I’ve lost thousands of dollars investing in my picks. I am finally showing a net gain since I subscribed to Paul’s three newsletters last December. I don’t wait until he advises his subscribers to sell, because I don’t yet feel totally confident in his picks. I realize that I will never get the… Read more »
JSandberg
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Mary is a jerk. She was so offensive with her dribble that I just had to say that. I confess that I get lost with the $10,000 to $100,000 part. Are you saying the letter says he can turn $10,000 into $100,000? I sometimes wish, also, that we could get the tip first, and pay later, which is what Stock Gumshoe helps us to do sometimes. There is NO WAY that they could do that though, even with someone as sincere as me. Well, maybe they could, but things would get even more costly. The problem is that I will… Read more »
Mary V.
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I’m a subscriber of Paul’s Profits Unlimited and I love the progress I am making with my portfolio. Thanks to Paul and J.L.!
Mary V.

GRETCHEN COFFEY
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CANCEL ORDER PPRLT765. i wanted the information with the books for internet of things not the service for Extreme Fortunes for $4000 I am prepared to pay $ 79 dollars fo the three books and the information on the MEMS sensor company and no more!!!! Gretchen Coffey 81 years old

Richard R F Hoffman
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Good luck MS. Coffey. I am 84 years of age, and I found myself getting subscribed to things I don’t recall asking
for. I didn’t have any problem clearing things up by calling Banyan Hill Publishing. Everything went smoothly. I had a great big laugh when I was offered a new service, that would include all of Paul Mampilly’s newsletters, including any future publications, for $14,000 !! If I were young, and quite wealthy, I might have accepted the offer, because I have faith in what Mampilly writes.

Richard Z
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I have done well wth Paul both on Profits Unlimited and Extreme Fortunes. I’m up 15k.
Half the gain is in one stock. Extreme Fortunes so far has been unimpressive and 1000% gains by February seems not bloody likely. I suspect I’ll get the second year free. It’s a great education re:new technology

Richard R F Hoffman
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This is the first time I saw a post that mentioned getting a great education in technology. I wasn’t quite sure about how I felt about The Information of Things until I read what Paul had to say. I thought General Electric was going to be a leader in this field, but it didn’t do them any good. Companies invested in IoT, may not show great gains right away. I’m counting on Mampilly’s newsletters to help me invest in ones that have the most potential to grow. His information is thoroughly researched, and well worth paying for. Meanwhile, I’m keeping… Read more »
chuck0815
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Extreme Fortune advertise to turn $10k into $100k. Currently the ePortfolio is under stress, it only shows a 25% (32% at best) gain which is far less than the advertised 1000% gain. Miracle does happen with 2 to 4 (first EF trade was on Feb ’17) months left to trade for the year.

frank_n_steyn
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Don’t know if anyone else has noticed this, but when I have been at my desk the very instant the recommended buys hits my email, with brokerage account open, I open the letter, scroll to the symbol, immediately check it, and have found that it has been going up 30, 40, 60 minutes before I got it. I have emailed them several times asking if some subscribers were getting the recommended picks earlier than others, and received no response. It looks like front-running.

MoonLight
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That’s what I have been complaining about all the time, especially with his Extreme Fortunes recommendations! It’s already up 10-15% 30 minutes BEFORE you even got the email! There is simply no way you can buy the stock at his recommended “buy zone”. He always blame the subscribers for all going in at once and jacking the price up, but I think in reality that’s what they want. All us suckers go in to buy and jack the price 30% higher, they just start selling, pocketing an easy 30% profit gain in less than 1 hour! And to add salt… Read more »
JOSEPH M ROSADO
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Moonlight! Im a little late to the party this evening but I wanted to get out and dance to the tune of CHA CHING. However, as I must agree with you. The cost of. Pauls periodicals are quite lucrative especially foe a permanemtly disabled male of 51 years who merely wants to try to supplement my meager income based on SSDI and a pittance of alimony from my ex wife who p e omised me that of wver I got sick she wouldnt take care of me. Sorry. I digress. I opine that Paul is a genius…in covering the spread… Read more »
JSandberg
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I totally get it. I got one subscription from Motley Fool that I didn’t need, & told them I’d love it, but then I’d be short $ to actually invest. They were very understanding, & said it’s standard to limit the cost of professional advice to 15% of your portfolio, or something like that. I have health problems, too, though, and sometimes stock advice can give one hope. For example, I was feeling low because one of my stocks has dropped SO MUCH. Then I read an article that pretty much convinced me the stock should really go up, because… Read more »
Johanesbugerstandingfry
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Johanesbugerstandingfry

It sure seems like this program is poorly run and filled with false promises. I will not be joining based on the dereliction of service I have been reading about. This guy is a scammer I want no part of.
Thanks to everyone for warning other potential victims before we got involved.
Jon

RICHARD HOFFMAN
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I PURCHASED ALL THREE OF MAMPILLY’S NEWSLETTERS. I MADE A BIG MISTAKE, AND HOPE I CAN GET A REFUND ON THE TWO THAT ARE THE MOST EXPENSIVE. I PREFER TO SELL MY SHARES, AS SOON AS I CAN MAKE A SMALL PROFIT. I’VE ALREADY INVESTED (AND SOLD MOST OF WHAT I INVESTED IN THE PAST FEW WEEKS). I WAS EXPECTING MORE STOCK CHOICES THEN IS OFFERED. I RARELY INVEST MORE THAN A FEW THOUSAND DOLLARS IN EACH COMPANY, SO I WILL NEVER RECOUP WHAT I SPENT FOR TWO OF HIS NEWSLETTERS. IT WAS A WASTE OF MONEY FOR ME TO… Read more »
JOSEPH M ROSADO
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Now thats alot of BULLSHIT! I THINK COLLECTIVELY MAYBE PAUL SHOULD HAVE THE SEC ON HIS BACK. I CANT BELIEVE THATI SPEMT CLOSE TO 4K AND IM NOT GETTING EVEN A MONTHLY NOTE OR NEW REC AS PROMISED. SHAME ON U PAUL. IM SEVERELY SADDENED AND DISAPPOINTED AND REGRET THIS PURCHASE. ITA GONNA TAKE ME SEVERAL YEARS TO E RECOVER THE EXPENSE

AnyoneSeenMyShip
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Indeed, it does appear that someone is getting the info before the subcribers.

blue cat
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I agree and have also noticed this. My suspicion is that someone in the office receives the issue or e-mail in format to send to the subscribers, looks for the recommendation and perhaps calls someone at home who does the front-running. This is of course particularly a problem with the small companies in Extreme Fortunes. I’ll enjoy my free year—no way is this portfolio going to return 1000%–but perhaps wait a couple days for the market to settle down before investing in the recommendations.

Hank
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Guys, lets remind ourselves that the best recommendations always come with the real world attached–insiders ALWAYS front run if there is an opportunity to do so. It’s probably even legal! Execution costs are a large part of every trade. Everyone has to look at a chart, even if the chart looks like hieroglyphics to them. Sometimes its important to buy no matter how much its up that day (FMI); other times its not necessary. Go back and look at FMI . Look at the beginning. That first day it was up a lot. But it was ALSO obvious that day… Read more »
JSandberg
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So how do I get my trading costs down to pennies per trade? I have a little bit with Robinhood, but I just really don’t like the way you have to press buttons for each and every stock to get any kind of information. I’m tempted to write it down in TD Ameritrade format (which I do like), but I have problems with my hands. Also, I’ve noticed that Robinhood goes BACK to MKT order, even after you’ve put in LIMIT order, if you go back just to check on something. I know it’s going to show me the “Are… Read more »
nilsmellquist
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The main issue I have is this guy is extremely arrogant and follows the Newsletter Marketing Formula to a T: scaring you for “missing out” if you don’t jump in quickly to capitalize on the human nature for greed. As a value investor, I find it tough, because these are “dream” stocks and all about creating a narrative and a story rather than rooted in solid fundamental analysis. -Nils

Archegos
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any idea what is the cybersecurity company that Paul will pitch today. I think it will be one of these 3 companies that they have been pitching for the last few months. PANW, CUDA, or CYBR. I bought some CYBR in anticipation of the announcement today. Lets see.

Arch

George
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I believe Paul is trying very hard, and judging by his resume he should be able to get the 1000% gains he advertised, if anyone can. What he is proving is no one can! One big problem is customers cannot get the purchase price he recommends because some buyers get in first and buy up a lot of shares. This drives the price up way over the recommended range. Based on my personal experience having bought recommendations as cheaply as I can, the portfolio is up 15% YTD. Because of this, the idea behind Extreme Fortunes does not work. Only… Read more »
Hank
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I think everyone had a decent chance with Paul’s first pick–FMI–and may have, to some degree, not loaded up or trusted the pick enough. I say that because I got the pick in a most timely manner, and I’m not even a member of EF. That pick, along with CRCM, should have been profitable enough to sustain everyone with the (other) current losses. I agree PM is honest and, just as important, hard working. Even more importantly, he’s experienced. Paul’s other picks need to be parsed and kept abreast of. Some of them seem quite plausible for down the road.… Read more »
stockstaf
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Hank, can you divulge when FMI and PI were recommended? TIA

Hank
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FMI was the marquee pick that started, initiated and began EF. It was mentioned in February, 2017 with FMI around 20. You can see the jump in February as that jump was the precise day. I know this because coincidentally “I” was planning on buying 200 shares for myself and, alarmed that the stock was jumping, I frantically looked to see what was going on finding this website in the process. As a result of Stock Gumshoe, I bought 700 shares instead of 200, day 1 (I now have 1100). FMI, IMO, is playing tricks here. It’s a buy (I… Read more »
Richard R F Hoffman
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It’s an awesome task to keep coming up with good picks. I gave up on my ability to ferret out good companies to invest in. I subscribed to Profits Unlimited, and immediately was impressed by Paul Mampilly, and his newsletters, so I subscribed to his other two newsletters (True Momentum, and Extreme Fortunes).

blue cat
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Even if we got the recommended price, the portfolio is not up 1000%~!

Small Fish - Big Pond
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Small Fish - Big Pond

Hey Everybody – I am new to all of this… member of PU but EF is over my budget. These blogs are really helpful… Do any of you know what Paul’s stock pick release is for Extreme Fortunes next Tues (Nov 21)? “… the most important company in the World right now…”, “…working out of a small office in CA…”. Any insights are very helpful!

Investor
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Hi Small Fish – Big Pond. What day was this teaser for the next Extreme Fortunes posted? Would you mind posting the entire teaser or as many teaser details as possible? This would help to guess the next Extreme Fortunes due out next Tues (Nov 21)? Thank you.

Small Fish - Big Pond
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Small Fish - Big Pond
Here are the details from two e-mails I have received the last couple business days from PU membership… sounds like a good one. Thx for your help Investor! “Tomorrow morning, for example, I’ll be revealing what I consider one of the “most important companies” on the planet, right now. A company that has made itself essential for major blue chips — and stands to reap a massive windfall as a result. I anticipate it will deliver a gain of no less than 1,000% to early investors over time (received this morning).” “You’ve likely never heard the name of the most… Read more »
kad
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Anyone can guess which company Paul talking about? not much clue this time

carl baylis
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what is the stock.

Lammaster
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does anybody know the new recommendation?

carl baylis
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what is the stock

VENKATESAN
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MODN

john824
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I am a subscriber to both EF and PU and have been since 2/2/17. I also have found it difficult to get into his stocks at the recommended price range. If it is not front-running, he may have leaks from his staff. I have asked Paul to check with the SEC into who is placing the bulk orders before his recommendation reaches subscribers, but have not had any answer. I have bought more EF stocks than PU which should have been the other way around based on results so far. This year he closed 4 positions which had losses from… Read more »
Hank
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John, if you are saying Mampilly has bailed on four EF picks that is saying something. Would you tell me if he bailed on PI and at what price? Thanks for this. As far as front running, I think that is a fact of life. It will never change. (Of course his staff and friends are front running.) That is why every one of us can ‘t blindly follow ANYONE. You have to have ‘some’ cursory knowledge. At the least, look at the charts…..even if you don’t know how to read them. That said, Paul’s Profits Unlimited service has been… Read more »
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Hank
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John, FMI is up 11% tonight with FDA approvals for one of their cancer tests. I have the annual report and apparently Roche can buyout all the remaining FMI shares in five months which means we all will be taken out.

For sure,there’s no point selling anything.

You might find out what Paul thinks this company is worth (NOW) given none of us, likely, will be owning this stock after sometime next year.

Or am I reading the report wrong?

I sure hope so.