Paul Mampilly Changes Career to Help Ordinary Daily Investors

Paul Mampilly’s newsletter, Profits Unlimited, has obtained 60,000 subscribers, which is a mark of success for any newsletter. Mampilly was a former manager of the hedge fund before venturing into his newsletter. Profits Unlimited has a primary objective of helping investors make money on the stock market. Paul has worked for more than two decades with big clients like ING, Deutsche Bank, and Kinetics International while still working on Wall Street. He was also the winner of an investment competition that had been started by Templeton Foundation.

The reason why Paul won the competition was his ability to increase a $50 million investment to $88 million. He made a 76 percent gain in a short period, which he achieved when there was a financial crisis and has accomplished the feat without shorting the stock. Paul has shown incredible skill and instinct in the financial sector. A while back Paul Mampilly entered into a publishing contract with Banyan Hill Publishing, which doubles as a publishing firm and research firm to launch Profits Unlimited. The publishing house specializes in research advice papers and investment newsletters.

Profits Unlimited helps American investors to access several investment opportunities. Mampilly advises the readers on the most profitable stocks to invest in and updates the list every week. He also tracks stocks on his website to determine their movement. Instead of the traditional capital arrangement between the advisor and the client, Mampilly lets the subscribers buy stocks in their accounts. Those who have been investing based on his advice have made good profits from the investment.

Paul Mampilly’s Background

Born in India, Paul Mampilly migrated to the United States at a young age. He then joined the Wall Street where he started his career as a banker’s Trust. Paul has held other financial positions in several institutions since then. Mampilly joined the Sovereign Society in 2016 and became a senior editor, in charge of writing content to help people make money through investing. His investment ingenuity and skill has allowed him to retire in his 40s. Paul reads widely and does thorough research before recommending any investment to his newsletter’s subscribers.

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