The Profits Unlimited research service owned by investment advisor Paul Mampilly has just reached a major milestone. The newsletter now has over 60,000 subscribers. This makes it one of the investment industry’s fastest growing newsletters. Mampilly is a former hedge fund manager who spent 20 years working on Wall Street for companies like Deutsche Bank, ING and Kinetics International. He won the Templeton Foundation‘s prestigious investment competition in 2009 by taking a $50 million investment and turning it into $88 million without shorting stocks. That’s a 76% gain.
Last year Mampilly joined Banyan Hill Publishing and started Profits Unlimited. His goal was to identify profitable investment opportunities for average Americans. In the 8-page monthly newsletter subscribers receive, Mampilly recommends stocks his research shows will do well. Using a model portfolio posted on his website, he tracks how one or two of those stocks are doing each week. Mampilly doesn’t invest his subscribers capital. Instead, they purchase the stocks using their own brokerage accounts. So far, 11 of the 13 stocks he recommended have earned between 18% and 38%. One of them is up 160%.
A native of India, Paul Mampilly moved to the United States at a young age. He earned a bachelor’s degree in finance and accounting from Montclair State University in 1991 and an MBA in finance from Fordham Graduate School of Business in 1997, and learn more about Paul Mampilly.
Mampilly has over 25 years experience in the financial services industry. He began his career with Deutsche Bank in 1991. He then went on to work with the Royal Bank of Scotland and was a senior portfolio manager with Kinetics International Fund, a hedge fund company with $6 billion in assets under management.
Paul Mampilly has successfully managed both new accounts and those containing millions of dollars. He is known for his unique ability to identify new companies with great potential. In 2008, he invested in Netflix and made a significant profit. Mampilly bought Sarepta Therapeutics stocks in 2012. Less than a year later, he sold it for an over 2,000% gain. Paul Mampilly did so well financially that he retired at age 42. He regularly appears on CNBC, Bloomberg TV and other networks sharing his financial advice. Mampilly enjoys helping investors make excellent profits by telling them when to buy specific stocks and when to sell them.
An investor, analyst, investment advisor and author, Paul Mampilly is the founder of Capuchin Consulting.