Investor Paul Mampilly And Profits Unlimited

According to the article on prnewswire.com, Paul Mampilly’s Profits Unlimited has reached 60000 subscribers. It is a growing newsletter investment company. Perhaps, the fastest in the industry of finance.

Mr. Paul Mampilly started the newsletter, Profits Unlimited, with the objective of helping Main Street Americans to venture into investments opportunities that are profitable. For Mr. Paul to succeed with his venture, he always recommended new stock and investment opportunities to the subscribers of his newsletters. He has achieved the process by presenting the information in a 7 to 8-page newsletter every month. He also updates the subscribers every week about stocks and tracks how investments are doing through his website.

Instead of investing the capitals for them, the subscribers are encouraged to buy the stocks using their brokerage account. In that case, the role of Mr. Paul Mampilly is to provide the subscribers with alternative innovative arrangements. His aim is to give the best suggestions possible. In his newsletters, Mr. Paul always has 13 open positions about stock investments and 11 out of them are usually profitable.

About Mr. Paul Mampilly
Mr. Paul Mampilly is a hedge fund manager and American investor who has won many prestigious investment competitions. He recently won the prestigious Templeton award. Mr. Paul is the founder of the investment newsletter known as Profits Unlimited. Through Profits Unlimited, Paul has used his skills and experience in guiding people about new and innovative investment opportunities. Because of his experience in fund and investment management, Mampilly has featured on many national media, such as Bloomberg TV, Fox Business News, and CNBC.

Mr. Paul Mampilly began his career in 1991 at Deutsche Bank, from where he worked as a research assistant. Paul soon rose to more prominent positions, in which he was involved in the management of multi-million dollar accounts for banks such as ING and Bankers Trust. Paul also worked as a bank manager for one of the Scotland banks known as Royal Bank.

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