Paul Mampilly’s investment tips are no longer a secret, in fact, they have never been. The research and investment analyst has always graced our TV screens discussing what he is best at: investing wisely. During his 25-year career in Wall Street, Mampilly appeared on numerous television broadcasts on Bloomberg TV and CNBC, and viewers experienced firsthand the tip of the iceberg regarding Mampilly’s hard to ignore grasp of stocks and the stocks market. He chose to retire early to spend quality time with his family while he dispenses invaluable investment knowledge to ordinary Americans. He is the founder of “Profits Unlimited,” an investment newsletter published by Banyan Hill Publishing under Mampilly’s guidance. The newsletter is available for any American who is willing to make an informed investment in stocks. The newsletter which is barely a year old already boasts of 60 thousand subscribers.
Mampilly has devoted his time to making Profits Unlimited the leading investment publication in America. Subscribers should rest assured that every stock that Mampilly recommends is well researched. In fact, for each recommendation, Mampilly spends 40 hours of research and 30 hours of writing to develop a masterpiece that resonates well with his subscribers. Subscribers of Profits Unlimited can further access Mampilly’s investment advice through his website. Mampilly joined the Sovereign Society last year, and he serves as the senior editor of the organization whose goal, just like Mampilly’s mission, is to help Main Street Americans attain wealth through investing.
Beginning in 1991 to his retirement (when he was 42 years), Mampilly worked in various high ranking financial institutions. Bankers Trust gave Mampilly’s career a head start. He then joined other institutions such as Deutsche Bank, ING, and the Royal Bank of Scotland. Mampilly had a career breakthrough when he was a hedge fund manager with Kinetics Asset Management. Under his stewardship, the company’s hedge funds grew to $25 billion, up from $6 billion. The exponential growth earned him the recognition of the financial industry pundits.
Mampilly got an opportunity to demonstrate his expertise when he took part in an investment competition funded by the John Templeton Foundation. The competition which took place when the financial market was experiencing a downturn had strict rules that participants had to adhere. Under the challenging conditions, Mampilly managed to grow the $50 million that was given to his firm to a whopping $80 million. One of the stocks that Mampilly chose belonged to an Indian automotive company Tata.http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/paul-mampillys-profits-unlimited-hits-60000-subscribers-300421363.html