Paul Mampilly’s Investment Muscle Seen Yet Again In Profits Unlimited

Paul Mampilly has had the passion for helping Main Street Americans to identify investment opportunities and make profitable investments. Driven by this passion, he joined Banyan Hill Publishing last year and embarked on a research subscription service going by the name of Profits Unlimited. Upon subscribing to the service, Main Street Americans can access, on a monthly basis, an 8-page Profits Unlimited newsletter that guides them on what’s hot in the stock market. One year down the line, the newsletter has received an overwhelming reception. Its total subscribers were in excess of 60,000 as of March this year, ranking it among the best-received newsletters in the investment industry.

To spice up his services, Mampilly gives his subscribers a weekly update of how their investments are doing in the stock market. Secondly, the subscribers are given the freedom to buy stock through their independent channels. Due to this, Profits Unlimited has been receiving many positive reviews. In his review, one subscriber identified as Alan L said that all stocks he bought after being recommended by Mampilly turned out to be successful.

Paul’s Investment Prowess

With about two decades of experience working as a hedge fund manager on Wall Street, Paul Mampilly’s name is not new in the New York’s financial and investment sectors. He has handled big clients at different times in his career, including Kinetic International and Deutsche Bank. Mampilly’s name hit the headlines when he managed to make 76 percent gain from a $50 million investment during the 2009 financial crisis.

About Paul Mampilly

Paul Mampilly success in the investment sector can be attributed to his impressive academic record. He is a holder of BBA in finance and accounting from Montclair State University and an MBA in finance from the well-known Fordham Gabelli School of Business.

Mampilly is the founder of Capuchin Consulting, a firm through which he offers investment consultancy services to investors. He earlier served in the investment director post at Agora Financial.