Paul Mampilly is a talented investment guru with the ability to execute new and unique ideas. He is also the talented author behind the creative For Profits Unlimited, which is published by Banyan Hill Publishing. With 60,000 subscribers, Profits Unlimited is debatably one of the most trusted and fastest rising newsletters in the lucrative trading sector.
Mampilly, who is a reputable hedge fund manager, has been in the financial services industry for two decades. He had a privilege of serving as a senior staff for globally recognized firms like Kinetics International, INC, and Deutsche Bank. Mampilly leveraged his extensive expertise to unveil a respected consulting firm called Capuchin Consulting.
Mampilly’s stellar record
Back in 2009, Paul Mampilly outsmarted other competitors to emerge victorious in a Templeton Foundation-organized investment competition. He started with an investment of $50 million and grew it into $88 million during a period of economic downturn without shorting stocks. This growth represented a 76 percent gain.
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The launch of Profits Unlimited and its purpose
In 2016, Mampilly reached an agreement with Banyan Hill Publishing that saw him create Profits Unlimited, a widely sought after newsletter that helps Main Street Americans to identify and invest in lucrative investment opportunities. In line with his commitment of guiding American Investors, Mampilly sends an eight-page newsletter comprising of a well-performing stock to his subscribers. Each week, he has one or two stocks to share with the American Investors. Mampilly uses his website to monitor the performance of the investment.
What makes Mampilly’s strategies practical?
One of Mampilly’s client had a demonstration account worth $5000 early 2016, which has earned gains of over 180 percent. Some of the big winners include over 700 percent in Coeur and more than 100 percent gain in both the Gold Mining Vectors and Nvidia.
Between late 2011 and late 2012, through The Palm Beach Letter, Mampilly proposed 29 stocks. By December 31, 2013, 28 out of the 29 recommended stocks had attained an average of 53 percent gain. Mampilly was the head of the Kinetics International between 2009 and 2010 when it grew by 67 percent and 20 percent, outshining the MSCI EAFE in both years.