Paul Mampilly is a finance professional and experienced portfolio manager. As a hedge fund specialist, he has worked for various companies on Wall Street such as Deutsche Bank and ING among others. He has over twenty-five years’ experience in trading and investment. In 2016, Paul joined forces with one of his clients, Banyan Hill, to launch Profits Unlimited, a subscription-based online financial newsletter that guides people on making smart technology investments. Paul Mampilly is a senior editor of the newsletter.
Banyan Hill publishes investment journals and research advisories. Profits Unlimited newsletter publishes analyzed research and financial strategies to enable you to grow your wealth quickly. It promises continuous investment tips and access to Paul Mampilly’s private investment portfolio. Members get weekly updates on current investment trends and monthly comprehensive reviews on trending assets.
The research Profits Unlimited provides is comprehensive and not limited to technology stocks. The analysis goes an extra step of qualifying proposed assets. They also point out non-fiscal elements to look for when evaluating the value of an investment. The platform is quickly gaining traction with over sixty thousand investors subscribed. Eight out of ten projections issued by Profits Unlimited have turned into lucrative investments to the subscribers. Investors are still free to retain their favorite fund managers.
Paul Mampilly is passionate about advances in technology and has a strong focus on the Internet of Things and smart utilities. Good research and asset reviews are important tools for the trading business. He believes in providing affordable research that empowers investors to grow their investments.
Paul Mampilly successfully demonstrated his investment prowess when he won an investment competition hosted by Templeton Foundation. He was able to grow a $50 million investment into an $88 million portfolio during the financial crisis. Besides Profits Unlimited, Paul Mampilly also runs Extreme Fortunes, a financial newsletter published by Banyan Hill.