Our Daily Email Alerts Pinpointed 943% In Total Winning Gains Last Year…

A handful of average Americans are mysteriously making fortunes in the stock market.

Vivian and Jeff Barns, for example, made $707,046 in the past year.

Aaron Klingman, a retired physician, says he made a 400% gain on one trade alone, while John Danker, a civil engineer, reports making a 290% profit.

Another investor made a gain of $109,115 and yet another made a profit of $77,150.

Their secret …

They have access to a former Wall Street insider named Paul Mampilly.

Paul is an investment legend who made a 76% return during the 2008 collapse (without shorting stocks) and who managed a $25 billion hedge fund that was name by Barron’s as “one of the world’s best.”

But he recently left Wall Street to help Main Street investors make the same type of gains he has made for some of the wealthiest investors in the world.

To help them get started, he put together a new (controversial) video.

In it, Paul reveals his No. 1 stock pick … a company that makes a tiny device — a device that insiders are calling the “the greatest innovation in history,” and “the future of technology”

Experts expect 50 billion of these tiny devices will be in use by 2020, surging into a $19 trillion industry (an 8,000% increase).

“Never before has a technology emerged at such a breakneck pace,” he says in the video. “It will ignite a second Industrial Revolution.”

In fact, Congress recently fast-tracked a little-known bill called the DIGIT to ensure that this technological breakthrough breaks through…

“It’s the closest thing I’ve ever seen to government approved 8,000% growth!” Paul says.

To see the video and immediately find out more about Paul’s No. 1 Stock to buy now, enter your email address…

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