The research service owned by a leading hedge fund manager and a financial analyst, Paul Mampilly, recently achieved a significant milestone of crossing its subscriber base to more than 60,000. The Profits Unlimited research service of Paul Mampilly has become highly popular in recent times because of its in-depth reviews and insight about the financial and stock market, which helps the institutional investors as well as retail investors to make strategic investment decisions. Profits Unlimited with over 60,000 subscribers now has become one of the fastest growing newsletters in the investment sector.
Paul Mampilly has over two decades of experience working in the hedge funding and investment industry, has worked for major financial and banking institutions like Deutsche Bank, Kinetics International, and ING. Working at some of the biggest investment and banking firms has helped Paul understand the dynamics of the financial markets. It is this experience that he brings to the table when it comes to managing and editing the Profits Unlimited newsletter. He shares his experience and knowledge through the newsletter, which has been pretty accurate compared to many other newsletters in the industry.
Paul Mampilly is also famous for him winning the competition organized by the Templeton Foundation, where he managed to push the $50 million investment to $88 million in a short period when the financial market was sluggish, and the global economy was going through the term of recession. Paul Mampilly collaborated with the Banyan Hill Publishing recently to start the newsletter by Profits Unlimited, which is targeted towards the common men of the country who are looking for insight on how to make profitable investments.
Paul Mampilly suggests a stock pick in each of the newsletters of Profit Unlimited, which is a monthly newsletter. He also provides stock picks every weekly, and demonstrates through a model portfolio on his website how the stocks he suggested are doing. Paul Mampilly has developed a unique investment method that he has drawn up for close to three decades of experience in the financial sector. He is also the founder of a professional investment coaching and consulting service named Capuchin Consulting.