The Gazette published Erica Smith’s article, “Paul Mampilly Shares his Investment Secrets with his 60,000 Newsletter Subscribers” to discuss the investment newsletter written by Paul Mampilly.
The newsletter recently reached a benchmark number of subscribers to his newsletter, Profits Unlimited. The leading investing newsletter is geared towards both amateur and seasoned investors who are looking to Mampilly for the latest investment opportunities.
The reason why they trust Mampilly’s system is because of his incredible success as an investor on Wall Street. He won the Templeton Foundation competition prize in 2009 after he created a 75% gain, taking the portfolio from $50 million to $88 million. He was able to do this despite the economic downturn during the repression all without sacrificing any stocks.
The newsletter provides detailed information that even new investors can understand. Mampilly created the newsletter after seeing a gap in the market. Many of the print publications simply don’t cater to the average American investor. Mampilly wants to help people become independent so they can understand how to invest on their own. He requires the investors to set up their own brokerage accounts, update their portfolios, and even research as they learn. The site has an encrypted membership section which allows the investors to keep their information safe.
The monthly briefings have detailed reports where he provides detailed information and instructions on when to trade and why. Readers can read the newsletter on their preferred platform, be it tablet, smartphone, or laptop.
The newsletter is published by Banyan Hill Publishing where subscribers have access to Mampilly’s exceptional knowledge that he has developed in the last quarter century. Mampilly focuses on stocks and investments that have huge potential. For example, he invested in Netflix in early 2008 to outstanding gains.
Paul Mampilly was born in India and moved the United States when he was very young. He began his financial career after studying finance and accounting. He began his career at Deutsche Bank and quickly became responsible for both large accounts of millions of dollars and smaller accounts. He also worked for the Royal Bank of Scotland and Kinetics International Fund. Under his leadership, the hedge fund grew considerably. He also invested in companies like Netflix and Sarepta Therapeutics with gains of 2,000%. He is also the founder of Capuchin Consulting.
He retired from Wall Street after 25 years to spend more time with his family and work on Profits Unlimited.
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