Paul Mampilly’s Investment Reaches Record Subscriber Count

“I am a proven investment expert and one man idea machine” -Paul Mampilly’s introductory line on LinkedIn. Mampilly validates his investment expertise by hitting 60,000 subscribers for his latest venture, his newsletterProfits Unlimited.

Paul Mampilly has devoted the past 25 years of his life to Wall Street. Mampilly started as a research assistant at Deutsche Bank and worked his way up the corporate ladder to more prominent positions within the financial industry. Mampilly proves to be successful both in his professional and personal financial ventures, having accumulated a 6,2240% personal gain according to his website.

Mampilly continued to prove his expertise when winning the Templeton Foundationg Competition in 2009. He had invested $50 Million during the economic crisis of 2008-2009, where his website proudly reports that he transformed his $50 Millions Investment to $88 Million with a 76% return rate that year.

Mampilly partnered with Banyan Hill Publishing to create Profits Unlimited with the purpose of informing and guiding his readers on profitable investment opportunities. Having spent the first 20 years of his career helping the American elite, he decided to devote the latter part of his career helping American citizens through retirement. Profits Unlimited is mailed out monthly, where in eight pages he recommends a new stock. Subscribers can access weekly updates on stocks recommended in the model portfolio and track investments through his website.

Financial advisors typically require their clients to buy brokerage accounts offered through their services. Mampilly’s services do not require this step, therefore his subscribers go through their independent brokerage account.

Subscribers have received exceptional results from Profits Unlimited, with further reports via PRNewswire stating “Mampilly’s open portfolio includes stocks that are up 18%, 21%, 31% and 38%. Out of 13 open positions, 11 of them are profitable.”

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