When it comes to financial experts, Paul Mampilly is the real deal. He created mega popular newsletter Profits Unlimited to help average Americans invest their money and turn it into financial freedom. The accumulation of his business experience, knowledge, and hard work provided him with a track record that can’t be beat. Mampilly’s stock recommendations often make double, to triple digit gains.According to Paul Mampilly spend over 20 years working on Wall Street. He worked for financial institutions such as Deutsche Bank, ING, and Kinetics International by managing and growing their hedge funds.
Paul was very talented at it, and quickly climbed the financial latter. This did not all happen with luck though, Mampilly had to work really hard to get there. He would work over time, long after his colleagues would leave for home because he was innately motivated to succeed. Paul Mampilly was invited to compete in the Templeton Foundation’s investment competition and won. He made a 76 percent gain on an investment fund from $50 million to $88 million dollars. This was only half the skill he show, because Paul did this during the financial recession. This certainly proves his financial knowledge as an expert.As for his Profits Unlimited newsletter, Paul Mampilly has his subscribers best interest at heart.
Paul strongly recommends that his readers create a sort of safety net for their investment by putting an eight percent stop loss each stock. To boil it down even further, it means they won’t lose a lot of money in the long run. Mr. Mampilly makes smart recommendations to his readers by going the extra mile. For each stock he recommends, Paul does 30 to 40 hours of research. Subscribers can trust that Paul’s stock picks are good investments tips. The successful financial was born in India, but moved to the United States as a young man. Paul earned a BBA in finance and accounting from Montclair State University in 1991. Six years later, Mampilly received his MBA in finance from Fordham Graduate School of Business in 1997. The senior editor currently resides in Delray Beach, Florida with his family.