Paul Mampilly is an American investor, who after long time serving in the finance industry, decided to start a newsletter that helps his readers make wise investment decisions. The Profits Unlimited newsletter has positively impacted lives of those who read it. Since its launch in 2016, the magazine has witnessed a significant milestone, where it now has over 60,000 subscribers.
Mr. Paul Mampilly has experience spanning more than 20 years on Wall Street. His skills in investment won him Templeton Foundation investment award, here, without shorting stocks, turned $50 million into $88 million during the height of financial crisis.
A former hedge manager, Mampilly uses his newsletter to guide main street Americans to gain through their investment opportunities. He helps them pick the best-performing stocks in the market, by helping his readers to monitor and analyze its trends. The readers will then make decisions whether to buy them or not by themselves.
He is skilled in pinpointing small companies with innovative products and excellent business models. He shares all with his readers
With his advice, many of his readers have gained positive results, with some referring to him as the financial advisor they never had. One of his readers highlighted how, since he started applying Mampilly’s tactics, has since hit $44,190 is pure profits. Besides this, Semiconductor Company, one of the stocks he wrote about in June, has since grown 160%.
Mampilly’s investment portfolio has an upward trend, with most of them having over 15% growth rate. And 11 out of his 13 open positions, are profitable.
Mampilly is a certified financial analyst (CFA) and also manages two other elite investment publications namely, Extreme Fortune and True Momentum at Banyan Hill Publishing. Major publications such as Fox Business News, CNBC, and Bloomberg TV have featured his articles, where he talks about investment, biotech and health and stock markets.
Former Co-Portfolio Manager at Kinetics Asset Management LLC, Mr. Mampilly, started his career as Research Assistant at Deutsche Bank in 1991. Since then, he has worked with the industry giants like ING where he worked in Asset Management department, Royal Bank of Scotland as Money Manager, Sears, and a Swiss Bank.
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