Paul Mampilly Shares His Investment Secrets

Paul Mampilly, sometimes known as the poster boy of Wall Street is a famous American Investor, Entrepreneur and former hedge fund manager. Today he manages the world’s fastest growing investment newsletter with over 90,000 subscribers and growing each and every day. After having experienced substantial success in his own practices, he is looking to share his knowledge with the next generation of investors, ensuring that success isn’t isolated to the few people that can afford the most expensive hedge fund managers.

Paul Mampilly initially rose to fame by winning the Templeton Foundation’s investment competition. By turning 50 million into 88 million, the of Return of over 75% and best of the field. From there he went on to gain more experience managing his own hedge fund and guiding his own investments to a substantial gain. This experience has served him well in investing and now he would like to share this information with the world. This is why he joined up with Banyan Hill Publishing and began writing his newsletters.

He is the senior editor of three Publications provided by Banyan Hill Publishing, “Profits Unlimited”, “Extreme Fortunes” and “True Momentum”. The strategies contained within these guards are varied and different and fit three unique levels of risk tolerance.

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Profits Unlimited is the Baseline newsletter that showcases investments that are in a position to go higher. The strategy often involves stable blue chips that are expensive but a potential for quick growth.

True momentum is the newsletter that follows Paul Mampilly’s personal investment strategy. With a moderate level of risk, 100% annual returns are possible and last year this newsletter was the strategy Paul use personally to see a return of over 300%.

Finally, we have extreme fortunes. According to research, about 43 stocks will increase by 1000% or more. These are smaller companies much higher investment risk involved; finding these hidden gems and investing while they are young can have unheard-of results which only serve to compound gains further as faith in the business increases.

The best part about Paul and his publisher is that all contributors are required to provide some amount of free content on the website. Readers can see us proven history and track record for themselves, as well as getting a free sample of the kind of advice Paul Mampilly has to offer from his subscription newsletters. This way users are free to verified all the claims that he has made and compare it to his ongoing success.

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Boraie Development LLC Launches a Free-Movies Extravaganza in New Brunswick, NJ

Boraie Development and the Provident Bank Foundation in the New Brunswick area recently got together to give back to the locals. The companies paid an undisclosed sum to the state’s premier movie theater to buy well over 75,000 tickets to movies all summer long. The sponsorship deal would see the following all-time classic movies, ideal for entire family viewing, screened at specified dates: Monsters University, the Extra-Terrestrial, Babe, Despicable Me 2, Aladdin and Frozen.

The V.P of Boraie Development, Hiam Boraie and the Executive Director of Provident Bank Foundation attended the official launch of the free tickets giveaways event. The benevolent business executives spoke to the reporters and expressed their excitement with the free movies corporate social responsibility campaign. The free tickets to watch the mentioned blockbuster movies became available, according to the New Jersey Stage online publication.

The philanthropic project aimed to attract low-income families and teenagers who wanted to have fun without spending a fortune. The theatre where the movies were going to be screened was a state-of-the-art facility complete with projectors, 46 inch HD screens. What’s more, the place has excellent sound acoustics. This theater is a historic landmark in the area having been built in 1921. It comfortably sits around 1,850.people.

To learn more about the free movies’ project and other incredible movie giveaways by the State Theatre in New Jersey and other local development partners like Boraie and Provident Bank Foundation click here.

About Boraie Development LLC

According to Central Jersey Working Moms, Boraie Development LLC is a New Jersey registered real estate firm with an astounding track record of delivering excellent ROI for its diverse clients. The real estate firm has overseen the successful completion of multi-million development-projects for private, corporate and government institutions in New Jersey and Beyond. Omar Boraie has transformed the city’s architectural landscape over the thirty years since it was started by Omar Boraie. Today, Boraie Development LLC manages a lucrative portfolio with real estate developments, property and wealth management and in real estate sales and marketing investments. You can search Central Jersey Working Moms for more.

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Under the stewardship of executive leaders like Hiam Boraie, the NJ-listed real estate firm developed a robust corporate social responsibility program. Thousands of New Jersey locals have benefited immensely from the generosity of Boraie Development LLC. Boraie has an ambitious expansion agenda lined up in the coming years. For instance, the real estate firm seeks to increase its investments in places like Atlantic City. The company’s impressive run has caught the attention of real estate investors from across the spectrum. For instance, Boraie recently signed a tentative property development deal with the NBA Hall of Famer, Shaquille O’Neal.

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Why Securus Technologies Has Become an Invaluable Resource in Prison

My job inside our state prison is more dangerous this year than ever before. I remember back when we could actually interact with inmates and carry on intelligent conversations, but today things have certainly gotten more dangerous. There isn’t a day that goes by where we aren’t talking about another assault on an officer by one of the inmates. To try to get back some degree of order in the jail, we need to stay vigilant and make use of every resource that is afforded to us.


These days we perform a number of things to maintain peace, one being surprise cell inspections at different times of the day to try and curb the flow of drugs or weapons from getting to the other inmates. There are days we put a heavy presence in the visitor center so none of the guests can willingly or unwillingly get something into the hands of those inmates. Things like pens, toothbrushes, and even floss can be used as a weapon by inmates.


When Securus Technologies was asked to showcase their call monitoring system, my entire team was excited about the thought of having a resource that monitored inmates more thoroughly than we ever could. Securus Technologies has their inmate telephone call monitoring system already in many thousand jails all over the country, and now we were in line for getting the new LBS software. The software scans calls by the inmates and can alert us when any conversations need a more closer listen.


Since getting the system in our jail, we have made some incredible discoveries. We were able to locate where inmates were hiding weapons in the yard. We found out how prescription drugs were getting in the cells, and put a quick stop to it before they were sold throughout the facility to other inmates.


Devos and Family, Who Donated To Kennedy Center Expanse Are Big Philanthropists in their Grand Rapids Communiy

Dick Devos, through his Family Foundation, has donated a million dollars to the John F. Kennedy Center’s planned expansion project, which just recently raised the total to be brought in to more than $50 million. According to Michael Neibauer, associate editor of the Washington Business Journal, the center for performing arts has already surpassed its original $125 million fundraising goal. The campaign is currently at $135.9 million.


What began in 2013 was a campaign which would add a riverfront pavilion, a pedestrian bridge and a center expansion, with three new pavilions, and extra spaces for education and rehearsals, dining and office space. So, who is Devos and what is his reason for philanthropy?


Born in Grand Rapids, Devos has been successful in his many business ventures. Even as a child, he was involved in the family business, Amway. After graduating from Northwood University, with a bachelor’s degree in business administration. During his work for Amway, Devos became Vice President of the company’s foreign operations, that were already in 18 countries.


After the success with Amway, the Devos family acquired the Orlando Magic National Basketball Association’s franchise. After excelling to President and CEO of Orlando Magic, Devos left in early 1993 to once again join Amway as its President, taking over for his father, Amway Founder Rich Devos.


Devos started the Education Freedom Fund which has given out more than 4,000 scholarships according to his website. These scholarships were provided mainly for Michicgan’s underprivileged children. Devos also has served on the Michigan State Board of Education.


Devos is also involved in the Windquest Group, a privately investment management firms, with holdings in clean tech industry, hospitality, manufacturing, nonprofit solutions and technology. His wife, Betsy, is herself a community champion, as she has served as Secretary of Education, focusing her efforts on all students, without preference to their socioeconomic level or location.


Betsy and Dick Devos have been married for more than 30 years. They have four children.


They created their foundation in 1989 as a charitable giving vehicle. The Grand Rapids foundation has donated millions to artistic, civic, community, educational and free-market economic organizations since 1990.Being very active in the community has been the Devos’ priority since then, where they have helped to revitalize the city of Grand Rapids, Michigan. They are both on numerous boards including the Grand Rapids Economic Club, Project Clarity, Spectrum Health, West Michigan Aviation Academy and Willow Creek.