Financial advisor Paul Mampilly has one of the financial industry’s fastest growing newsletters. It’s called Profits Unlimited. The newsletter reached a major milestone when it topped 60,000 subscribers. Mampilly is a former Wall Street based hedge fund manager. He spent 20 years working for major clients like Deutsche Bank, ING and Kinetics International. Mampilly won a Templeton Foundation investment competition in 2009 in the midst of the financial crisis when he took a $50 million investment, gained 76%, and turned it into $88 million without shorting stocks.
In 2016 Mampilly joined with Banyan Hill Publishing to start Profits Unlimited. The goal of the newsletter is to show average Americans how to identify and take advantage of profitable investment opportunities. Each month in the 8-page newsletter he recommends a new stock. Mampilly uses his website to update his subscribers every week on the progress of one or two stocks found in his model portfolio. He also shows them how to buy those stocks using their own brokerage accounts. Many subscribers say it’s the most profitable stock investments they’ve ever made. One stock Mampilly recommended when he first launched Profits Unlimited has risen by 160%.
A proven investment expert, Paul Mampilly spent his formative years in Yercaud, India and Dubai, United Arab Emirates before moving to the United States. He has a bachelor’s degree in finance and accounting from Montclair State University and an MBA from Fordham University’s Gabelli School of Business. Mampilly began his career in financial services in 1989 as an account assistant at Chatham Street Management. Paul Mampilly then spent 7 years at Deutsche Bank as an account administrator, Assistant Portfolio Manager and eventually a Portfolio Manager before spending two years as a Research Analyst with Deutsche Asset Management.
In 2002 Mampilly became a senior research analyst with ING Funds. Seventeen months later he left to found Capuchinomics, a behavioral finance research service. He then worked with Kinetics Asset Management and Common Sense Publishing before founding Capuchin Consulting. He still owns the company. Mampilly then worked with Agora Financial and Stansberry Research before he began publishing Profits Unlimited in 2016.