Following a rich background experience in investments, Paul Mampilly has a lot to offer when it comes to issues relating to investments. In 2016, he launched a newsletter with Banyan Hill Publishing, Profits Unlimited. The newsletter’s ultimate goal is to make aware the most profitable investment options available to Main Street Americans.
How it Works
The newsletter comes in eight pages detailing a new stock that Paul Mampilly deems to be profitable. The monthly newsletter is then mailed to the people who have signed up their subscriptions. Mampilly also goes an extra mile to make weekly updates on a few recommended stocks that are in his selection. The progress of these stocks is also detailed on his website. He has adopted a different approach where his subscribers buy shares under their personal brokerage accounts as opposed to placing the investments on their behalf.
Lined up in his portfolio are stocks of up to 18, 21, 31, and 38 percent, with a high probability of being profitable. Recently, one specific stock from a semiconductor company that he recommended last year has grown up to 160 percent. Following his accurate advice, Profits Unlimited has won the hearts of many, recording 60,000 subscriptions since its inception. The subscribers have highly benefited from Mampilly’s recommendations, terming him as an outstanding financial advisor.
About Banyan Hill
Banyan Hill Publishing focuses its publishing to newsletters that offer investment advice and research advisory. Its headquarters are based in Delray Beach, Florida. Banyan is fast rising with more than 200,000 subscriptions in the last two years.
About Paul Mampilly
Paul Mampilly is a highly experienced financial advisor with over 25 years’ experience. He is a widely trained individual in finance, economics, and business administration at various learning institutions.
His career started in 1989 as an Accounts Assistant at the renowned Chatham Street Management. He has since worked for several companies serving at different positions. Currently, he runs his consulting firm called Capuchin Consulting.