The Profits Unlimited research service of Paul Mampilly has just reached a major milestone. They now have 60,000 subscribers and this puts them in the position of being one of the quickest growing newsletters in the field of investments.
Mampilly was previously a hedge fund manager and worked for twenty years on Wall Street. He won the investment competition in 2009 by the Templeton Foundation. He took a $50 million investment and turned it into $88 million. This was a gain of 76 percent and occurred during the financial crisis.
Mampilly joined Banyan Hill Publishing to begin Profits Unlimited. His purpose was to guide Americans into opportunities for profitable investments. Every month he mails a newsletter to his subscribers recommending a new stock. An update is sent every couple of weeks concerning a couple of stocks in a model portfolio.
Paul Mampilly (@ipaulmampilly) does not invest his subscribers capital but gives them the opportunity to buy their own stocks. His subscribers are doing well with the stocks he has recommended and many have stated their investment is the most profitable they have ever had. His portfolios stocks are up from 18 percent to 38 percent and of the thirteen open positions eleven of them have shown profits.
Paul Mampilly is an investor, a previous hedge fund manager and the winner of the Templeton Foundation investment competition. He has been featured on Bloomberg TV, Fox Business News and CNBC. Mampilly founded Profits Unlimited newsletter and uses his experience, knowledge and skills to guide his subscribers.
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Paul Mampilly was born in India and was a young man when he came to the United States. He joined Wall Street rather quickly and now has 25 years of experience in investing. He originally began his career in 1991 when he went to work for Deutsche Bank as a research assistant and eventually began managing multimillion dollar accounts. He rose fairly quickly in his field and began managing the multimillion dollar accounts for ING and Bankers trust as well. In his career he also managed money for a private bank in Switzerland, Sears and the Royal Bank of Scotland.
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