What Is Paul Mampilly’s “Supercycle” Stock Pick?

I recently received an email from Paul Mampilly of Banyan Hill Publishing that led me to his latest presentation dubbed “Phase 2: The Supercycle Begins.”

In it, he talked about how early-stage tech businesses could soon replace a large number of S&P 500 companies and that this could be a “once-in-a-century opportunity” for investors.

He also mentioned a “Super Bull Investment” he’s bullish on.

Long story short, I looked into the “supercycle stock” he’s teasing, and in this post, I’ll show you what I found. I’ll also give you the heads up about Paul Mampilly and the advisory he’s pitching, Extreme Fortunes, to help you decide if it’s worth it or not.

Breaking Down Paul Mampill’s “Phase 2: The Supercycle Begins” Prediction

The “Phase 2: The Supercycle Begins” presentation is an interview-style presentation featuring host Tamara Barkhanoy and investment guru Paul Mampilly.

Paul Mampilly with Tamara Barkhanoy during a presentation called Phase 2: The Supercycle Begins where Paul Mampilly details his supercycle stock investment thesis.
Source: https://pro.banyanhill.com/p/WMC-EXFCYCLE-001-EXT/MEXFY100

Paul Mampilly began the presentation by pointing out that “more cash has been infused into equities over the past 5 months than the previous 12 years combined” and that this is creating a more powerful bull market in the stocks he’s tracking in Bold Profits.

“This is creating a new, more powerful bull market that I see affecting OUR stocks … the ones we recommend in Bold Profits, more than ever.”

Bold Profits (AKA Bold Profits Daily) is a free email newsletter subscription Paul Mampilly runs for Banyan Hill Publishing focused on growth stocks, particularly those in the tech sector.

And according to Mampilly, the types of opportunities he recommends to subscribers of this service, and his paid advisory, Profits Unlimited, are about to enter “Phase 2” of the so-called supercycle he believes is taking place.

What does that mean?

Well, Mampilly explains that he started to notice a shift whereby smaller, less obvious companies were “beginning to take our world to the next level” in 2016. And this, from what I can gather, is what marked the beginning of the so-called “supercycle” he’s referring to.

“Phase 1” of the supercycle involved technologies like artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, and blockchain, which he says got “this massive supercycle” up and running.

And “Phase 2,” according to Paul Mampilly, is “taking off” now as “more and even greater technologies continue to improve our lives.” And, as a result, he believes we’re experiencing a “massive bull market in innovation.”

On the flip side, Mampilly believes this will catch many people off guard because most people aren’t aware of the technological disruption taking place.

And he makes a bold prediction regarding the S&P 500.

Mampilly points out that in 1958 it took roughly six decades for a company to be “kicked out” of the S&P 500, whereas now it takes about 18 years on average. Meaning, the amount of time it takes for companies to come and go from the S&P is getting shorter.

Long story short, he believes that 75% of the world’s most powerful corporations “will be gone by the year 2027.” And that an “entire class of early-stage tech businesses” are going to replace them as Phase 2 of his supercycle prediction unfolds.

Of course, there’s no guarantee Mampilly is right, but he makes a good point. As in, technological innovation is accelerating exponentially, and this could be wildly profitable for some investors and not so good for others, a point other well-known finance gurus have made recently.

What opportunities is Paul Mampilly bullish on?

For the most part, he appears to be bullish on small-cap tech and biotech companies that he believes are transforming the way Americans work, live, and play.

And, as part of the “Phase 2” supercycle presentation, Mampilly talks about one small-cap company in particular that he believes could “grow 1,000% in the next one to three years.”

Unfortunately, he doesn’t reveal the company’s name in the presentation. Instead, he details everything in a report called “The Ultimate Super Bull Investment.”

Let’s take a look at the clues he shares in the presentation, though, to see if we can figure out what “supercycle stock” he might be teasing.

What Is Paul Mampilly’s Supercycle Stock Pick? (Ultimate Super Bull Investment)

Based on what Paul Mampilly states in the presentation, a supercycle stock is a small-cap stock that he believes is well-positioned to capitalize on phase 2 of the so-called supercycle we’re in and one that could potentially see 1,000% gains in the next 12 months.

And there are three main things he looks for when selecting a supercycle stock.

First, Mampilly says he looks for a company disrupting a big market. Second, he looks for companies with “healthy sales growth of 20% or more annually.” And third, he looks for high demand and low supply for a stock or companies that make stuff other companies can’t.

And according to Paul Mampilly, there’s one “incredible supercycle stock” he’s tracking that he believes is “a great way to get in on phase 2” of the supercycle we’re now in.

Here’s a summary of the clues he shares about the company:

“This company is improving gadgets all around us … from fiber-optic telecommunications, consumer electronics, mobile devices and even self-driving cars.”

“Its technology is critical for all sorts of new breakthroughs that are emerging … like industrial-strength lasers, 3D sensing and much more.”

“It is trading for less than $10 a share.”

“It has a market cap of less than $500 million as of today’s event.”

“It’s a business which produces a highly sought-after material that’s critical for semiconductors.”

“It’s an incredible supercycle stock, a great way to get in on phase 2. It’s an industry leader for creating the components inside semiconductors, as you mentioned.”

“This business owns critical patented technologies, which means it has low competition yet massive growth potential.”

“This company also has a very limited number of shares — around 50 million.”

Oddly enough, based on these clues, I think Paul Mampilly might be teasing a stock I wrote about yesterday in Jeff Brown’s Bleeding Edge Buy Alert presentation: Akoustis Technologies (AKTS).

I’m not 100% certain on this one because the clues Mampilly provides are limited, and I’m not an expert on the technology this company develops.

However, all things considered, it does seem like a pretty close match.

Here’s why…

Firstly, the company is involved in the semiconductor industry, and its technology is used in all sorts of emerging tech devices. According to the company website, Akoustis owns and operates a wafer manufacturing facility for the “design, development, fabrication and packaging of RF filters, MEMS and other semiconductor devices.”

Second, as of writing, the company has a market cap of just over $326 million, is currently trading at a little over $6, and according to its Yahoo Finance page, the company has around 52 million shares outstanding. All of which matches up with Mampilly’s clues.

Third, Akoustis holds 47 patents and has 78 patents pending, which matches up with Mampilly’s statement about how the company “owns critical patented technologies.”

Lastly, Akoustis’ manufacturing operation is located in the U.S., and they own a 5- acre property associated with this facility. And this lines up with Mampilly’s “America 2.0” thesis since America 2.0 is a term he uses to describe a “new American manufacturing renaissance.”

So, to sum it up, I believe Mampilly’s “phase 2” supercycle stock could be Akoustis.

Admittedly, I’m not as confident about this as some of the other stocks I’ve uncovered on this blog, but it’s a relatively close match overall.

How do you find out for sure?

As with most of the presentations I write about, the stock is revealed in a research report that comes as a bonus for joining a paid advisory service.

In this case, the report is called “The Ultimate Super Bull Investment,” and the advisory service it comes with is called Extreme Fortunes. So let’s take a quick look at what that’s all about.

What Is Extreme Fortunes?

Extreme Fortunes is an investment advisory service run by Paul Mampilly of Banyan Hill Publishing that aims to find stocks that could see 1,000% upside in 12 months.

The general idea is that, as a subscriber, you get access to Mampilly’s supercycle stock picks and, from there, decide if you want to follow his recommendations using your broker account.

Of course, there’s no guarantee the service will help you make 1,000% gains, but that’s the goal of the service. Mampilly says he shares the “smallest, highest risk/reward companies, taking over industries with massive growth potential” with readers of Extreme Fortunes.

How does he find these opportunities?

According to Paul Mampilly:

The key is identifying the golden thread … the DNA of these fantastic opportunities. Which is why I combed through 13,000 hours of real-time market data in search of a common detectable DNA in the stocks that are rock solid and primed to rally.

Source: https://banyanhill.com/extreme-fortunes

How has it worked out so far?

According to the “supercycle” presentation we’ve discussed, Paul has recommended numerous supercycle stocks that have seen triple-digit gains.

For example, one company Mampilly highlighted during the presentation was Plug Power, which he says delivered his followers a 1,142% gain in just over three years. And another is Carvana which apparently saw a 1,111% return in a year and a half.

So, assuming that’s true, Paul Mampilly has recommended some great opportunities as part of this service. However, those are the exception, not the rule, so it’s not like all of his picks do that well. And unless I missed it, Mampilly doesn’t share the average gain of the service.

Either way, even if the service has performed exceptionally well in the past, that doesn’t guarantee it will continue to do so.

What do you get if you join?

As a subscriber of Extreme Fortunes, you get access to at least 12 new buy recommendations over the next year, weekly updates, and access to the model portfolio so you can see which stocks Mampilly has already recommended.

How much does it cost?

A 12-month subscription to Extreme Fortunes costs $2,995 for one year or $4,995 for two years if you sign up through the presentation. So it’s not exactly cheap. Although, at the same time, I guess you could argue that it’s reasonable if Mampilly’s picks work out.

Is Paul Mampilly the Real Deal?

Paul Mampilly is a former hedge fund manager and one of Banyan Hill Publishing’s foremost tech investment experts. His flagship advisory is called Profits Unlimited, but he runs numerous other advisories, including Extreme Fortunes, Rapid Profit Trader, and True Momentum.

He also contributes to a free email newsletter called Bold Profits Daily and is featured in many different presentations like the one we’ve been discussing today.

According to the Banyan Hill website, Mampilly started out as a research assistant for Bankers Trust in 1991 before working for ING, Deutsche Bank, and other finance corporations. He then retired at age 42 and began sharing investment tips through his free and paid services.

Based on what I’ve seen, Paul Mampilly is a real investment expert. I say this because he has over 30 years of experience in finance, has established a good track record, and shares a lot of helpful content with his followers.

That doesn’t mean his stock picks will make you rich; nobody can predict the future, so there’s no telling how Mampilly’s stock recommendations will play out, but he is a real investment guru.

Bottom Line

Paul Mampilly’s recent “Phase 2: The Supercycle Begins” presentation on the Banyan Hill website centers around technological innovation and the impact this could have on the stock market in the coming years.

To recap, Mampilly believes that the biggest winners will be small, innovative tech companies that are positioned to thrive during “phase 2” of the “supercycle” he thinks we’re in now.

And he shares his top supercycle stock picks with subscribers of Extreme Fortunes, a $2,995 advisory focused on small-cap tech and biotech stocks.

Is it legit and worthwhile?

I don’t believe Extreme Fortunes is a scam. And it could be worth it if you’re interested in higher risk, higher reward opportunities in the emerging tech space. However, at the end of the day, only you can decide if you think Paul Mampilly’s advisory and stock picks are worthwhile.

Hopefully, what I’ve shared gives you some helpful insight into what’s involved, though. And if you’d like to share your experience with the service, drop a comment below.

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