The Early Life and Career Achievements of Paul Mampilly

Paul Mampilly’s latest research service, Profit Unlimited, has just crossed a notable milestone. It is the fastest growing newsletter in the world of investment with over 60,000 subscribers. Mr. Mampilly worked on Wall Street for close to two decades as a hedge fund manager for clients such as Kinetics International, ING, and Deutsche Bank. Mampilly won Templeton Foundation’s investment competition in 2009 after helping Kinetics International turn a portfolio worth $50 million into $88 million during the great economic depression.

Paul Mampilly signed with Banyan Hill Publishing last year to launch a research service, Profits Unlimited, which will specialize in guiding Main Street Americans invest wisely. As part of this venture, Mampilly emails an eight-page newsletter recommending a new stock to his subscribers. He uses Profits Unlimited to update them on a weekly basis on new shares and track how the investments are doing on his research service. Instead of investing on behalf of his subscribers, Mampilly recommends them to innovative alternative brokerage accounts that are profitable. Paul Mampilly’s subscribers feel satisfied with all stocks he urged them to invest in since most of them are faring well. In fact, his portfolio is among the most profitable investments ever to be seen in the stock market. Out of Paul Mampilly’s 13 open positions, only two of them turned out to be unprofitable.

Mr. Mampilly recently documented One Stock, a semiconductor company on Profits Unlimited and its portfolio has since risen to 160 percent. One of Paul Mampilly’s subscribers admitted that he never came across any outstanding financial advisor as Paul during his last three decades of fiddling with the stock market. Mr. Mampilly’s recommendations helped him generate $45,190 worth of profits.

Mr. Mampilly has proven to be a force to reckon in the stock investment industry. Upon completing his studies at Fordham University in 1991, Mr. Mampilly began working for Bankers Trust as an assistant portfolio manager. Over time, Paul mastered the art as a hedge fund manager and continued to advance his career while working with various legal firms. Paul moved to Kinetics Asset Management, a $6 billion firm as a hedge fund manager. After the grueling pace of Wall Street overwhelmed him, Mr. Mampilly decided to step back from trading and began to share his expertise and talent with everyday people. He currently works as an advocate of stock markets and helps ordinary people invest wisely.