Milestone Achieved By Paul Mampilly At Profits Unlimited

For about 20 years, Paul Mampilly worked at Wall Street serving a wide range of clients like Deutsche Bank, ING and others. In 2009, at the height of global financial crisis, Paul won an investment award organized by Templeton Foundation for increasing an investment from $50 million to $88 million without shorting stocks.

In 2016, he signed a contract with Banyan Hill Publishing to venture into Profit Unlimited with the sole objective of leading Main Street Americans into revenue generating investment opportunities. Currently, he has over 60,000 subscribers who depend on his financial expertise.

Mampilly’s role is to recommend a new type of stock to subscribers through emails. He updates the subscribers on weekly basis on one or two stocks that he believes will yield high rate return on investment. One subscriber confessed that the stocks recommended by Mampilly are turning into profitable investment opportunities. In fact, out of the 13 stocks Paul has recommended in the past, 11 of them are profitable. One of his recommendation, a semiconductor company he wrote about on June 1 2016 after launching Profits Unlimited is now up 160% up.

About Paul Mampilly

Paul is an American investor and hedge fund manager who founded Profits Unlimited, a famous investment newsletter. He was born in India and later moved to the United States as a young man. Paul Mampilly began his career in 1991 at Deutsche Banking serving as research assistant, and later he rose to higher ranks being responsible for multimillion dollar accounts at ING and Bankers Trust.

He joined Kinetics International Fund as hedge fund manager, and during his tenure, the firm’s asset rose from $6 billion to $25 billion. In 2012, he invested in Sarepta Therapeutics, and eight months later Paul sold his investment for a 2,539% gain. After earning a series of good investment returns, he retired at 42 and shifted his focus to the Main Street Americans.

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