Paul Mampilly And Profits Unlimited Create Waves In The Investment Industry

Paul Mampilly, and investment expert and author, created waves in the investment industry with his newsletter service called Profits Unlimited. In the first quarter of 2017, the newsletter achieved a great feat of 60,000 subscribers, and with the given number, it becomes one of the quickly growing newsletters in the industry.

It should be noted that Mampilly was signing with Banyan Hill Publishing in 2016 to start the newsletter in an effort to introduce profitable investment options to main street Americans. In the monthly newsletter, Mampilly presents a recommended stock, and he sends it to the subscribers. Additionally, he updates one or two stocks in his list of the model portfolio that is published on his website and provides a tracking on how those stocks perform in the market.

Mampilly follows a procedure of encouraging the subscribers to buy stocks from their own brokerage accounts rather than depending the financial advisor to invest on behalf of the subscribers. Interestingly, many clients have expressed their pleasure using his advisory services as they received greater returns while following Mampilly’s investment tips. A recent analysis showed that his open portfolios have shown a rise of 18%, 31%, 21%, and 38%. It should be noted that 11 of the 13 positions offered by him showed a profit. A semiconductor company stock referred by Mampilly on June 1, 2016, made a rally in the market, and the prices went up by 160%. Interestingly, the significant results produced by the stock picks of Mampilly have given a boost to the subscription numbers of Profits Unlimited.

Mampilly has also worked as a hedge fund manager and has experience on Wall Street for more than two decades by serving clients include Deutsche Bank, Kinetics International, and ING. He is the founder of Capuchin Consulting, a consulting firm that offers unique investment ideas to institutional and professional investors.

In 2009, Paul Mampilly became the winner of an investment competition conducted by the Templeton Foundation by making $50 million investment to $88 million with 76% gain. He completed his MBA with Finance specialization from Fordham Gabelli School of Business and earned his Financial Engineering from the New York University Polytechnic School of Engineering.

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