Paul Mampilly is an American investor and former hedge fund manager. Paul has been featured on CNBC, Fox Business News and Bloomberg TV. He is the founder of the popular investment newsletter Profits Unlimited, where he uses his skills, experience and knowledge as a former Wall Street insider to guide his more than 130,000 subscribers into stocks that are primed to shoot higher.
Matt Badiali has a hands-on, go-anywhere, talk-to-everyone approach to his investment prospects and research. His work has taken him to Papua New Guinea, Iraq, Hong Kong, Singapore, Haiti, Turkey, Switzerland and many other locations around the world. He’s visited countless mines and oil wells the world over, interrogated CEOs about their latest resource prospects and analyzed all manner of geologic data.
Chad Shoop, CMT
Chad is our in-house income and investment research expert. He earned two bachelor’s degrees from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in finance and economics. In addition to these achievements, he is a Chartered Market Technician (CMT). Fewer than 5,000 people around the world have earned this designation.
Ian King is a cryptocurrency trader and former hedge fund manager, with over two decades of experience trading and analyzing the financial markets. His crypto-market insights have been featured on Fox Business News, Investopedia, Zero Hedge and Seeking Alpha. In addition to his role as senior analyst at Banyan Hill Publishing, he developed the first crypto investing multimedia product of its kind for Investopedia Academy.
Brian Christopher is the co-editor of Insider Profit Trader, and serves as senior analyst for Total Wealth Insider. He joined Banyan Hill in 2018. He brought with him an impressive background in finance, including experience as a Fortune 100 company executive and a background in bankruptcy consulting.
Charles Mizrahi has an uncanny ability to spot ongoing money-making opportunities from a hundred miles away. His 35-year career started as a floor trader at the New York Futures Exchange at the age of 20. Not long after that, he moved on to become a wildly successful money manager. Charles was ranked the No. 1-performing market timer — not just on Wall Street but in the entire United States — based on the actual performance of client accounts. Barron’s also ranked Charles as the No. 1 commodity trading advisor.