Paul Mampilly, who was a former hedge fund manager, started Profits Unlimited by joining Banyan Hill Publishing in 2016. The core purpose was to guide Main Streets venture capitalist to give investment opportunities that are profitable. He uses newsletters, which he sends out on a monthly basis, recommending new stocks and keeping track of how investments are doing on his website.
Paul Mampilly has taken the investment to a new level; he does not invest their capital for the clients but has the subscribers buying their stock using their brokerage account. The customers seem to be contented with the arrangements and out of 13 positions Mampilly recommended 11 of them are profitable. It is no wonder he has the fastest growing newsletter in the stock business with over 60,000 subscribers.
Mampilly studied in the New York at the New York University Polytechnic and later in Fordham University in New York where he got an MBA in 1996. He runs an independent publishing house and firm that specializes in Investment newsletters and public research advisories. He works at Banyan Hill Publishing as the Senior Editor of Profits Unlimited and Extreme Fortunes. He began his profession in 1991 working as a Research Assistance at Deutche Bank and rose to the manager of the multimillion account at Bankers Trust and ING.
Mampilly worked for Wall Streets for 20 years. He got his breakthrough when he won an investment competition which was put by Templeton Foundation. He was able to get $88 million after investing $50 million. From the contest, he got a 76 percent gain without shorting any stock despite the fact that this was a time where the financial crises in the country was at its peak.
From October 2003 to July 2006, Mampilly founded The Capuchin Group. Here, he worked as an Author, Editor, and Publisher. He also worked at Kinetics Assets Managements LLC, as a Co-Portfolio Manager. In 2015, from the month of February to December, he worked at Stanberry Research LLC as an Editor of Professional Spectacular. His Career is what has made him the best at what he does, and the major reason he has many followers.