Profits Unlimited is the brainchild of Paul Mampilly. It is one of the fastest growing newsletters having hit 60,000 subscribers barely a year after it was launched. The newsletter has eight pages of advice about the recommended stocks by Paul Mampilly. Profits Unlimited is mailed to subscribers on a monthly basis showing updates of one or two stocks. Subscribers can also visit Paul’s website to track the progress of the shares. Paul has a partnership with Banyan Hill Publishing to help with the publication of Profits Unlimited. Having worked as a hedge fund manager and served various significant clients such as ING, Deutsche Bank, and Kinetics International, Paul is best suitable to offer investment advice to the subscribers of this newsletter.
Paul Mampilly is not a broker. Therefore, he will not do everything for the subscribers as is done by brokers. Paul, instead, lets his subscribers open their accounts and buy stocks on their own. He views that as the new way for brokers and clients to carry out business. Paul’s subscribers seem to be satisfied with this arrangement. One of the subscribers informed Mampilly that all the investments that he advised on are all successful. The subscriber also noted that he has never seen a successful period like that one since he started investing in the stock market, and learn more about Paul Mampilly.
The portfolio of Paul is profitable. It entails investments of up to 18 percent, 38 percent, 21 percent, and 31 percent. About 11 out of the 13 open positions are becoming profitable. Paul talked about a semiconductor company in Profits Unlimited’s first issue, and the stock is currently up 160 percent. Another subscriber of the newsletter also spoke about how helpful the newsletter has been. The investor noted that he had made $45,190 profits after adhering to the advice given by Paul. He was categorical that he has never met a successful and knowledgeable financial adviser who was exceptional like Paul Mampilly.
About Paul Mampilly
Paul graduated with a BBA in finance and accounting from Montclair State University. He graduated with a Master of Business Administration in 1997 from Fordham Gabelli School of Business. Paul then joined Bankers Trust Company in 1993 working as an assistant portfolio manager. He was promoted in 1995 to become the portfolio manager at the same company. Paul moved to Deutsche Asset Management in 1991 where he recommended stocks to four portfolio administrators.
Paul gained experience and opened his research service called Capuchinomics though it was disbanded in 2006. Paul was part of the team at Kinetics Asset Management that collected over $5 billion for investment funds. He also managed investment accounts of $25 billion.