Strange Investment Video Goes Viral, Helps People Score Thousands
A strange investment video has been floating around the Internet and those who watch it … and take action … are making thousands.
Take a look…
- Made $5,000
- “In less than 2 months, I have seen my portfolio value grow more than $5,000.” -James K.
- Made $26,000
- “Brought in over $26,000 in the last 3 months!” -Maury P.
- Up $23,000
- “If my math is correct, I am up about $23K.” -Larry A.
- Profit of $45,190
- “My reading on January 20, 2017, gave me a profit of $45,000.” -Bart S.
- Up 93% in 6 months
- “I bought around 6 months ago and I am up 93%. I don’t know how you do it, but I am grateful I found you.” -William B.
The Video was posted by Paul Mampilly, who was Wall Street’s poster boy for over 2 decades.
His $6 billion hedge fund named one of the “World’s Best” by Barron’s, he won the prestigious Templeton Foundation investment competition for making a 76% return during the 2008 economic crisis (without shorting stocks or making risky investments), and he made regular appearances on all the major networks like CNBC and Fox.
But then, in 2002, Paul Vanished.
No one heard from him … many thought he was dead.
Until recently, when his video appeared on the Internet.
In it, Paul reveals why he walked away from Wall Street, and the new mission he is on … a mission to help Main Street Americans get filthy rich. He then reveals a unique and powerful investment that he says is “on he cusp of a historic surge that will award investors who act fast the opportunity to become incredibly rich, incredibly quickly.”
The video has gone viral, with over 3 million people seeing it.
More shocking is the amount of money people are making as a result of this video.
I strongly suggest you watch this.
The investment Paul reveals in the video is moving quickly, but those who get in now stand to reap tremendous rewards as this technology sector surges 8,000%, and one company at the center of it all rides the wave.
To watch Paul’s video presentation, go here or click the play button below.