On March 9th 2017 PRNewswire did a press release announcing that Profits Unlimited, a financial newsletter, surpassed 60,000 subscribers. Paul Mampilly, CFA is the Senior Editor of Profits Unlimited which is put out by Banyan Hill Publishing. Mampilly’s started the financial newsletter in 2016 with the goal of helping Main Street Americans make profitable investments in the stock market. Mr. Mampilly recommends stocks in his weekly newsletter tracks the recommended stocks on his website for all to see. The idea is not to invest the reader’s capital for them rather the subscriber buy the stocks on their own.
Paul Mampilly has over 25 years of investment experience. He grew up in India but at the age of 18 he came to the United States to attend college. Mr. Mampilly earned his MBA from Fordham University in 1996. He started his career in 1991 as a Research Assistant with Deutsche Bank. From there he would go on to manage multimillion dollar accounts for the Royal Bank of Scotland, Sears and Bankers Trust. Over the years Mampilly has developed a reputation for being able to spot companies that succeed based on their innovative business models. This created a strong demand for his valued advise.
After over 20 years of hands on investing experience, Mr. Paul Mampilly decided to change course and move into investment advising. He won the Templeton Foundation portfolio competition in 2009 for generating a portfolio that earned 76% in profits. In recent years Mampilly is a regular guest on CNBC, Fox Business News and Bloomberg TV. His mission with Profits Unlimited is to help advise every day people in making investments that provide the same returns large investment firms acquire.
In several interviews Paul Mampilly has emphasized that the stock market is on the verge of a generational bullrun. He believes this bull run will surpass the bull market that lasted from 1982 to 2000. Mampilly attributes his optimism to the potential investment opportunities that will come from the Internet of Things. Im sure Profits Unlimited will experience continued growth.