For about 20 years, Paul Mampilly worked on Wall Street as a hedge fund manager where he garnered a lot of experience on investment. Winning the Templeton Foundation’s investment competition cements his exceptional know-how in the industry. In a bid to share his experiences with Americans, Paul started a newsletter, Profits Unlimited, which is published by Banyan Hill Publishing.
The newsletter aims at offering advice on the most profitable investment options. It documents a stock of Paul’s choice monthly in eight pages, which is then sent to the subscribers. He also picks from his portfolio, a few stocks weekly that he elaborates on how they are doing in the market and puts the updates on his website. Rather than investing on their behalf, Paul Mampilly has adopted a different approach where he allows his subscribers buy stocks from their accounts that offer a fresh alternative from the conventional ways.
The stocks found in his portfolio are up 18, 21, 31 and 38 percent with 11 out of 13 stocks being profitable. One particular stock from a semiconductor company that he wrote about went up by 160 percent. This goes to show his prowess, which some of his subscribers complements him about. People who follow his advice term him as the most prominent financial adviser of all times. It is for this reason that Profits Unlimited has recorded 60000 subscribers and counting.
About Banyan Hill
Headquartered in Delray Beach, Florida, Banyan Hill Publishing is a fast rising Publisher with 200,000 paying subscribers in just two years. The firm publishes newsletters on investment and research advisories.
About Paul Mampilly
Paul Mampilly pursued courses in BA, Finance, and Accounting at the Albany-headquartered State University of New York, Seton Hall University, and Montclair State University among other institutions.
His career started in 1989 at Chatham Street Management where he worked as an Account Assistant. He then worked at several other organizations till 2013 when he started Capuchin Consulting, which he currently runs.