Paul Mampilly is an American investor with a previous history of hedge funding. Paul is the founder and Senior Editor of Profits Unlimited which is a newsletter popularly known for investments. Profits Unlimited was founded in 2016 and is currently the fastest growing newsletter in the investment industry with six thousand subscribers.
Profits Unlimited Portfolio
Paul Mampilly came up with Profits Unlimited to assist Americans to venture into profitable investment opportunities. Paul uses his newsletter monthly to recommend new stock options that go up to the subscribers. Also, Mr.Mampilly uses weekly stocks to update his model portfolio and track investment progress online. Paul’s subscribers purchase stock through their brokerage accounts which is the most profitable investment in the stock market industry. Paul has a strong interest in the stock market where he excels at identifying small companies having innovative business products and models.
Paul Mampilly Career Background
Paul Mampilly has approximately twenty-five years of experience in the investment industry. Paul has also covered the Healthcare and biotech industry as an analyst. In 1991, Paul kicked off his career at Deutsche Bank as a research assistant. From here, Paul worked at Capuchin Group as an editor then later progressed to Kinetics Asset Management as an MD. Paul also worked at the Stansberry Research LLC, as the Professional Speculator Editor.
Mr. Mampilly is a CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) who graduated from Fordham University in New York City with an MBA. Paul is a former insider for Wall Street and has had the opportunity to be featured on various news outlets like CNBC, Fox Business News, and Bloomberg TV. Paul’s skills set gained from Wall Street have been used in guiding the subscribers into the best stock options. In 2009, Templeton Foundation conducted an investment competition that Paul won.
With over twenty-five years experience in the investment industry, Paul’s impressive client list consists of Royal Bank of Scotland, Swiss private banks, European aristocracy, Sears and the Templeton Foundation.