Paul Mampilly is an amazing investment advisor. After 20 years on Wall Street working with investment industry giants like Deutsche Bank, ING and Kinetics International, he retired at 42 and started publishing a monthly newsletter Profit Unlimited. It’s designed to help average Americans gain more from their investments. Subscribers to the newsletter have consistently made significant gains on their investments. They told their friends and relatives about the newsletter and almost overnight it hit 60,000 subscribers. In the financial services industry few newsletters have ever enjoyed such rapid growth.
Born in India, Paul Mampilly graduated from New York’s Fordham University in 1996 with an MBA. He started his career at Bankers Trust in 1991 as an assistant portfolio manager. Mampilly worked with a Swiss bank, Sears and Royal Bank of Scotland, handled multimillion dollar accounts for IMG and Deutsche Bank and has had Fortune 500 companies, the Templeton Foundation and European aristocracy as clients. The former hedge fund manager has a knack for identifying small companies using innovative business models and developing lucrative products. View Paul Mampilly’s profile at LinkedIn.
In 2009, Paul Mampilly earned a measure of fame. During the financial crisis, he took a $50 million investment grew it by 76% without shorting stocks, returned $88 million and won the Templeton Foundation’s investment competition. Prior to that Paul Mampilly founded The Capuchin Group and was Kinetics Asset Management’s portfolio management team managing director. He also edited Stansberry Research LLC’s publication Professional Speculator. Plus, as a financial advisory editor and hedge fund consultant he imparted knowledge to thousands of people.
In 2016 Paul Mampilly was hired by Banyan Hill Publishing. Through them he educates investors about lucrative small-cap stocks, technology companies and special growth investing opportunities as Proftis Unlimited’s senior editor. Plus, he has a weekly column in Winning Investor Daily, a newsletter published by Banyan Hill. Mampilly also manages the True Momentum and Extreme Fortunes trading services. Through all of these activities Paul Mampilly lets subscribers benefit from expertise gained through his 20-year Wall Street career and his personal research.
Examples of Paul Mampilly’s investment acumen and remarkable track record include being an early investor in Sarepta Therapeutics in 2012 and selling his stocks 8 months later with a gain of 2,539%. He also made a 634% gain investing in Netflix, 279% on Facebook, 696% on Ariad Pharmaceuticals and 298% on Whole Foods. Clearly this is a man with a practiced eye for investing. More info can be found at https://paulmampillyguru.com/