Disclaimer: This review is based on my opinion and information that is available online in the public domain, and should not be considered individual financial, investing or other advice.

America 2.0 Review (What’s It About and Is It The Real Deal?)

Hello and welcome to my review of Paul Mampilly's America 2.0.

I discovered America 2.0 after receiving an email from the man behind it, Paul Mampilly. Paul says that America 2.0 is an opportunity that can help you make 100%, 500% and even 1,000% gains in the stock market.

Which sounds cool, but is it the real deal?

Well, I decided to take a closer look to find out. Because anyone can make bold claims, but whether or not they actually deliver is another story.

And what I found was that America 2.0 thankfully isn't a scam. It's actually just a sales funnel for one of Paul's newsletter services called Profits Unlimited. Which is aimed at helping subscribers make money investing in emerging trends and tech companies through the stock market.

Would I recommend it?

Well, the truth is, after reviewing 100's of programs over the years, there's really only ONE program I recommend, it helped me go from $0 to $12K plus per month online as a total newbie, and you can see exactly how it works here.

However, I do feel that as long as you're aware of the potential risks involved with investing and don't rush into this expecting to get rich quick, then this could be a great way to learn how to create a lucrative portfolio over time. So let's take a closer look at what it's about and how it works, to help you decide if it's right for you.

What Is America 2.0?

America 2.0 is a term Paul Mampilly uses to describe what he says could be a coming manufacturing and economic boom in the United States. He believes that all of the “mega trends” he’s seeing will lead us to the Fourth Industrial Revolution, which he dubs “America 2.0.”

And if you watch his America 2.0 video presentation to the end, you'll see that it prompts you to buy Profits Unlimited, an investment system he created with the help of a company called Banyan Hill. So, when you boil it down, America 2.0 is a concept he uses to sell Profits Unlimited.

What is Profits Unlimited?

Profits Unlimited is a monthly newsletter service that costs $47 and shows you how to invest in the stock market. Specifically, how to invest in trends and technology like self driving cars and AI.

And Paul also shares his recommended stock picks. Many of the companies he recommends haven't really taken off yet, but he believes they will at some point in the future and if/when they do they could transform America. And of course, if that happens, and you've invested in the right companies, you could potentially make a lot of money.

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Which sounds amazing, I know. I mean, who wouldn't want to invest in the next Apple, Microsoft or Netflix? But the truth is, most emerging tech companies fail. In fact, over 90% of all tech startups fall apart and their ideas never eventuate.

Which means, at best, you're taking a gamble on something that may never eventuate. So there is definitely some risk involved with a service like this.

Overall I do think Profits Unlimited is a great subscription, especially for $47. But I do think it's important to be realistic, especially since it's YOUR money on the line here.

How Does This System Work?

As I mentioned earlier, America 2.0 isn't really a program. It's a sales pitch for Profits Unlimited. And the way Profits Unlimited works is pretty straightforward. The idea is to signup for $47 on the Banyan Hill website, which gives you access to the following:

  • Model Portfolio: This portfolio includes every stock on Paul's “buy now” list. He tells you what he recommends buying, at what price and when he recommends selling
  • Trade Alerts: When it is time to buy or sell a stock, Paul sends you a trade alert via email. The email tells you how to act on his recommendation along with an explanation.
  • Weekly Webinars: Paul hosts a short webinar every Tuesday to update you on the market, the positions he's taken and answer frequently-asked questions to help you stay informed.
  • Monthly Report: This is the bread and butter of the subscription. Each month Paul sends you his next stock recommendation and some information about why he's recommending it.
  • Website access: All of the emails you get, along with the model portfolio, are archived in the members only website. Which makes it handy to get access to everything in one place.

When you boil it all down, there's really two main core benefits of this service. The monthly newsletters that are sent to you each month, that list a new stock you can invest in. And the model portfolio, which shows you every stock Paul currently has on his buy list.

There is some basic training, but not enough to help you become an expert investor. So at the end of the day you're really putting your faith in Paul Mampilly himself, that his recommendations are going to pay off as well as he says they will.

Who Is Paul Mampilly?

Paul Mampilly
Paul Mampilly

Paul Mampilly is the man behind America 2.0, and the creator of Profits Unlimited. He's an expert investor who has made lots of money investing in the stock market over the past 25 years.

He started out as an assistant portfolio manager for Bankers Trust, before moving on to work for companies like ING and the Deutsche Bank, among others. At one point, he helped take a hedge fund from $1.3 billion to $25 billion, which led Barron’s to naming it one of the world’s best hedge funds.

He’s also managed to build up an impressive portfolio of his own. For example, he was an early investor in Facebook and Netflix before they took off and made a killing as a result.

So, based on his track record, Paul has a knack for identifying emerging tech trends and investing in the companies that are poised to profit when the technology takes off.

Is he the real deal?

Paul Mampilly is definitely a real investing guru. He’s been doing this for over two decades and has worked with some of the biggest companies, banks and hedge funds in the world. He’s also been featured on CNBC and many people speak highly of his newsletters.

Is America 2.0 Legitimate?

America 2.0 isn't a scam. And Profits Unlimited is a legitimate newsletter service that could potentially help you make money investing in the stock market. For the most part, it's about showing you how to find good tech companies and consumer trends to invest in.

I personally think that for $47 per year, there's not much risk in buying the subscription itself.

The risk more comes into play if you follow Paul's advice, and buy stocks that end up going down. Which can (and does) happen.

Millions of people lose money speculating in the stock market each year.

Not to mention, there are some expensive upsells in store for those who purchase a subscription to Profits Unlimited. Some of Paul's more expensive services cost as much as $10,000. And that's just one subscription, he has eight (that I know of) which collectively cost well beyond this.

I'm not saying that makes it a scam or not worth it.

But Profits Unlimited is really just a “stepping stone” to more expensive services. That's just how these types of systems work. They “get you in the door” for $47 and then email you about all the other stuff they sell. Which is something most people aren't aware of until after buying.

Bottom Line

Deciding whether or not to join something like Profits Unlimited can be a real challenge.

On one hand, Paul is a very knowledgeable investor who shares a great deal of value with his subscribers. So it’s possible that by following his system could end up making a lot of money. And the service he is offering is absolutely legitimate.

On the other hand, there’s definitely some risk involved with this. So I wouldn't rush into it expecting to get rich quick, or without understanding that nothing is guaranteed.

In any case, what you decide to do is up to you.

I'm not affiliated with the Profits Unlimited service, so my aim with this review was never to convince you to join, or not join, the service. As always, my aim was to simply share my opinion to help you make a more informed choice either way.

Jeff Hardwell
Hope you found this article helpful! My name is Jeff and I'm the creator of Mad Money Stacks. I started this site after learning the hard way that most online money making programs aren’t as amazing as they seem. I wanted to help others avoid scams and share real, legitimate methods of making money online, like the exact method I use to make $12K plus p/m online.