A former hedge fund manager, Paul Mampilly has made a major milestone in the investment industry. His newsletter, Profits Unlimited, which was published by Banyan Hill Publishing, has registered more than 60,000 subscribers. This achievement has placed Profits Unlimited among the fastest growing newsletters in the world. Through the newsletter, Paul Mampilly shares investment insights with the main street Americans to help them make profitable investments. On a monthly basis, Mampilly mails an 8-page newsletter to his subscribers sharing information about one or two stocks. In addition, he monitors the performance of such investments on his website. As a financial advisor, Profits Unlimited does not invest capital for its investors. Subscribers have to purchase stocks in their own brokerage accounts. Presently, Mampilly’s open portfolio has 13 stocks that are up 18 percent, 21 percent, 31 percent, and 38 percent. Notably, out of the 13 stocks, 11 are profitable. This information was originally reported on PRNEwswire as outlined in this link.
About Paul Mampilly
Paul Mampilly is an accomplished investment expert who worked on Wall Street for 20 years. In addition, he has served prominent clients such as Deutsche Bank, Kinetics International and ING. While managing the Kinetics International Fund, Paul achieved significant milestones given that the funds that he was managing went up by 67 percent and 20 percent in 2009 and 2010 respectively. In an investment competition, launched by Templeton Foundation in 2009, Paul emerged the winner after generating a profit of 76 percent from a $50 million investment, which he increased to $88 million. He achieved this objective without shorting stocks considering that the financial crisis was at its peak.
Paul Mampilly has 25 years of experience in money management, especially in the bull market and bear market. Through his Profits Unlimited newsletter, he has generated a return of 23 percent in less than eight months. Paul’s investment ideas are a product of his unique propriety method that he has established over the years in trading and investments. This approach generates superior returns. Between October 2011 and December 2012, he recommended 29 stocks for the Palm Beach Letter. Within a year, the stocks were up by an average of 53 percent. All the stocks were profitable, but one. Some of these stocks include Yahoo +157 percent, Inter Parfums +117 percent and Boston Scientific +126 percent.