Profits Unlimited, an awesome financial newsletter authored by Mr. Mampilly. It has just crossed 60,000 subscribers, making it the fastest growing financial newsletter. Mr. Mampilly achievements in money market are among the contributing factors that have sky-rocketed the newsletter readers.
He has over 20 years on Wall Street, where he worked for giants like Deutsche Bank, Kinetics International, and ING. In 2009, he turned an investment of $50 million into $80 million when the financial crisis was at its peak without shorting stocks.
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Mr. Paul Mampilly started Profit Unlimited with the aim of teaching main street Americans his investment strategies that won him Templeton Foundation Investment Award. For this reason, he recommends a new stock on a monthly basis to his readers and offers insights and monitoring of this stock on his website. He also teaches technology innovations.
If interested, Mampilly’s readers buy the stocks by themselves following his recommendations. Most of Mampilly’s readers are reporting successes with his strategies, with one registering a profit of over $45,190.
One of the stocks he recommended on June 1st, Semiconductor Company is already up 160%. Paul’s readers term him as the best advisor they’ve ever met.
Who is Paul Mampilly?
Paul is an American investor and has had over 25 years experience in investment industry where he has held almost every finance job position. He has also worked in health and biotech sectors as their analyst, investment manager for large enterprises such as Bankers Trust, ING, and Deutsche Bank.
He has an MBA from Fordham University, where he graduated in 1996. His work has been featured in notable magazines like Fox Business News, Bloomberg TV, and CNBC. He is also the editor of Profits Unlimited, Extreme Fortunes and True Momentum.
In 2008, he was among the management team of a hedge fund that received an award for being among the best hedge fund. Mr. Mampilly clients list include European Aristocracy, Swiss private banks, the Templeton Foundation, banks like Royal Bank of Scotland where he worked as the money manager, and Fortune 500 companies such as Sears. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst.
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