A year ago, we wanted to add a technology editor to our staff. The summary went over my publisher’s desk …
Radio on Wall Street? Check.
Have you managed a successful hedge fund? Check.
The publisher asked me for my opinion. “Well, it’s one thing to make money in the bull market for tech stocks,” I said. “But a good stock picker can find opportunities in even the most hated market sectors.”
But Paul Mampilly, our “new guy,” accepted the challenge with this doozy: “Stop panicking about selling gold stocks.”
And the rest is history …
Paul boldly called last February: “This is just the first inning on the market of monster bulls for gold stocks,” he wrote. “You could earn 100% to 200% in the next 12 months.”
But Paul was wrong.
Investors who bought something like VanEck Vectors Junior Gold Miners ETF (Nasdaq: GDXJ) the next day – doubled the money in less than six months.
Maybe he was just lucky.
I mean, Paul himself will tell you that gold reserves are not really his business. He likes to spend his time looking for mega investment trends, not the geological versions (like Carlin Trend of Nevada) that mining companies dig out of the ground.
But careful readers will also notice other concrete calls made by Paul that have developed quite well.
Hunting for mega trends on stocks
A few months passed, and Paul wanted to focus on finding “mega-trend” opportunities among some of the most-watched tech stocks on Wall Street.
Again, it was possible to doubt. I mean, what could he see that 99% of Wall Street strategists and analysts couldn’t?
It turned out a lot.
He recommended 11 stocks; they are all still in the portfolio. His best recommendation is an increase of almost 45% (in three months). His worst? Fall by 3%.
Then we truly recognized Paul’s power …
Paul has this rare (and extremely valuable) recognition skill extremes.
That gave us an idea …
Why not free Paul and allow him to make the most of his skills?
Paul’s goal is simple:
Target and capture shares of small companies with a potential for multiple profits of 1,000%. This means no stocks, no options or extreme lever shapes.
Paul will continue to do what he has always done: read a lot of books, sift them for their most profitable “big ideas,” and then examine the amounts of corporate documents and market data in real time to find the best investment candidates.
After that, as another filter, it includes his many years of experience as an analyst and hedge fund manager. Only then does he recognize the real “rough diamonds” among the hundreds of small companies that trade on the major stock exchanges. (The vast majority of them were not covered and overlooked by Wall Street.)
Paul has proven to investors the value of his stock picking skills in his $ 7 billion hedge fund …
He demonstrated these abilities to readers during the past year …