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Randy
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Mixed feelings. He recommends some very expensive stocks, most over $100 a share, some over $200 a share, so unless you are “money bags” it is a little uncomfortable buying in 100 share lots. I have purchased some of the stocks under $50 a share in 100 share lots and they have not done so well.

rjarvis11
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I have been with both of Paul’s Extreme Profits and Profits Unlimited for about 2 years. Both have found some big winners (>50%), but there are many recommendations, so the others can nip away at the overall profits of one’s account. I find his advice on position sizing useful, but all his advertising about people making big bucks on his recommendations, at least from my calculations, indicates they made large investments and got lucky on the big winners. Not exactly full disclosure. I have used 3 of the authors from Banyan, Paul has been the best, Carr’s option plays have… Read more »
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Joseph Ahlert
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I came into the game in September of 2018 probably the worst time to enter into the market with the horrible transactions over these past 4 months. I interested in AMD and I’m taking a beating with that investment (-30+%) and some of the other recommendations are negative while others are doing pretty well. I know that the tech sector is volatile let alone the controversy with US China trade issues, but I believe in the technology. Let’s face it we are not going to backwards in technological advances. As a result I’m standing by my investments because the companies… Read more »
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lenranth
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Ever notice how some/certain people have an aire of confidence and conviction? You follow them up the rosy path but in the end they really dont know any more than the next guy. (Obviously this is a sometimes / certain people observation). I think this is one of them. Regarding the number of new newsletters – this is an obvious pattern along with the “Lifetime” suubscription (scam if I might be so bold). The ploy which is barely veiled is to phase the low cost letter out into pure pablum next year and put the intel you thought you wrer… Read more »
jerubaal
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Dear Lenranth, You posted some points that I had not thought of. Well done! I was wondering why Mampilly would have offered a lifetime subscription for such an allegedly low price. But of course! There is no restriction on his putting out , as you called it, “pure pablum” in future issues, while at the same time painting a big bulls eye on our backs to Banyan Publishing for an infinite amount of upselling and promotional emails.! Thank you . I wish I could have thought of that myself! But it is probably over my pay grade.
radco3140
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I’ve been a subscriber for almost two years and in that time I’ve made some money plus or minus 15K BUT most of that was made on Formation Medicine which sold out to Roche Ind. I also held STM and it is in the negative column either I missed the sell signal or there never was one. Lately my feeling is disenchantment. I expected more from him based on his background….. Brought up in India as a humble guy, not sure if that is still the case. Still have several picks but with the current market it’s too early to… Read more »
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mp5venom
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Profits Unlimited is touted a means to help the little guy but when Paul recommends a stock, the majority are well out of reach to help the little guy. Does anyone else feel the same?

Randy
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Yes, see my comment.

Tom Roper
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In my 25+ years of investing I have always used an advisement service. Paul is by far the best growth stock picker that I have encountered. Since many stocks are smaller companies they are more volatile than larger companies, so be prepared for that. We are in a down market since October, so we should expect any portfolio to be down, with Paul’s down more in the short term; however when the market turns these stock will also rise more quickly than most.

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april39
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I have taken Profits Unlimited for nearly 2 years. My money is limited but it made me about 40% in 2017. I have less to invest in 2018 thanks to bad genes. Up until Oct.2018 I was up about 12% but as of 11/3/2018 I am about even. MU is down about 30% so I’ll buy MU a bit better than planned. Paul rates > 4.5. Banyan Hill is pushey. Paul has 4 newsletters vs 2 a year ago. We will see how that works out.

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rebhrich
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The problem with Profits Unlimited is that most of Paul’s best ideas require you to pay more money and sometimes a lot more.

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BoboX
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I subscribe to Banyan Hill so I get most of their services. Over the years they have been great education for me in finance as I started from scratch. Also I witness the hyping all newsletter writers do to get subscribers and the results from the inside. They dont beat the market by a great margin but its not too expensive and I am happy to pay for the financial support and advice. As said, the educational component is true value. They go through and thoroughly explain aspects of the whole industry so I can become more independent in my… Read more »
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Jack MacSwan
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I signed up for Paul Mampilly’s “Profits Unlimited” in early August. Here’s the scorecard: Of the 10 stocks added to his model portfolio since I joined, 7 are trading below the entry price. Two others were re-purchased last week (Zillow and Tesla) after having hit their stops recently, so no rating is available. One stock was trading above entry by 2.3%. In the “special trades” group of stocks, of the ones added since 8/1/2018, 2 are trading lower than entry levels (Cognex at 21% lower and Micron at 14% lower) and one (AMD) is trading higher by 3.8%. All 8… Read more »
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canpaint
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MU was being pushed by Paul Mampilly one year ago as well. I bought 100 shares to test the waters on Nov. 2 2017. At $43.923 USD per share. The stock fuddle-duddled around so I sold Dec. 12 2017 at 42.285. Not a very good investment as it turned out. It did reach 54.26 Mar. 6 2018; but as we can see, the price at time of this post is 36.89.

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Terrell Reagan
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I have had pure blind luck with Paul and have been very successful. This is because I can’t afford his high priced stocks and have limited my trades to stocks under $30. I just loaded up on STU, BOX, CLDR, CY. and STM at their 12 month low per his advice and because I can afford them. I have made money on all of them previously per his touts because I am a swing trader and got in and out over time. Paul is a buy and hold so I made more money than him by swinging.
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Dan
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The newsletter I was initially enrolled in was purchased by Banyan and I was then placed in PU. I’ve been pleasantly surprised with the amount of communication, weekly videos, and recommendations. 2nd year with PU and I’ve enjoyed it. Paul provides a lot of solid knowledge on upcoming trends and just the health of the overall market.

Paula
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Do not buy this guys newsletters. I’ll give his latest tip: Intuitive Surgical for $500 a share and Facebook for $150 a share. There was one other but I can’t remember what it was. Facebook is NOT really a tip. It doesn’t take a “genius” to tell somebody to invest in FB. Both of these stocks “tips” are not helpful to me as they are too rich for my investing. He used to give tips for stocks that the average person could afford. I can’t afford many shares of something that’s $500. And I think I can figure out FB… Read more »
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kevin donohue
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stay away

dolphin
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Mampilly, is a hyped up bs artist. PU newsletters arent based in reality but Banyan Publishers reality. My personal advice is not to buy this crap. One is better off reviewing posts here at Gumshoe, Alpha and research. I found 1) he suggests a buy at what he says is a current price, which is never true. For example telling subscribers to buy SNPS at 94, market price was over 100. Then this idiot puts the 94 price in his bs portfolio at 94 and states he’s making a profit. 2) often he is telling subscribers to also purchase at… Read more »
TaMoKi
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Paul Mampilly is NOT Paul Mampilly! The true face of Paul Mampilly was revealed when he brought a subordinate assistant to manage two of his services. While I have no prejudice against a novice trying to attain a footing in the highly competitive stocks industry, it is your capital which is at stake here. Not everyone is born to be a money manager, and certainly not everyone has the art and skills necessary to manage other people’s money, particularly when they lack adequate management and communication skills. If Paul Mampilly himself is barely adequate for his job, this subordinate would… Read more »
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backoffice
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I wouldn’t think that would be a case of buyer beware, I think it would be more of a case of fraud, and if there is anything out there to substantiate this please let us know

sd2u
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Hi TaMoKi You are obviously very familiar with PM and his newsletters. I subscribed first to PU and then 6 months latter to EF. I have not renewed my subscription to EF as my fortunes only covered my subscription cost – no confidence in his / or his assistants recommendations. I continue to subscribe to PU but buy with caution and keep a close eye on the market as twice I felt I needed to offload stock going south (S, ICPT) only to receive an email telling me to hold. 3 days latter another email to sell asap as the… Read more »
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dolphin
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Pump n dump scammer at 100k subscribers

bcantlie
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Have been a subscriber for several months and there have been few recommendations that I was comfortable with. I did follow his rec. for Telsa which is down. When I joined, his former rec. were all above the rec. buy so waiting for his new rec. each month. Meanwhile I get emails to subscribe to his more expensive newsletters. The big profits he promised are yet to be realized but my year isn’t up. Will report back in the fall.

mmatfess
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If you joined and got the Tesla stock, there have been 7 other stocks suggested since then. 8 holdings with returns of about 50, 20, -1, 15, 16, 8 and 10% (plus -20 for Tesla). 8 stocks, average holding time of under 3 months, average return of 12%. That’s about double your return if you had put same money/same time into an S&P ETF. I’ve been longer, and the returns outpace the S&P. For the investment, it’s a pretty good deal. And he’s right more often than wrong.

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