Investment is a scary word to a lot of people. Most see investment as a tool exclusive to the already successful; a machine designed to make the rich even richer. This perception of investment couldn’t be further from the truth, but even if that were common knowledge, few know where to start.
It’s with this idea that Paul Mampilly, investment expert and Wall-Street veteran, found an incredibly lucrative niche. By creating his research newsletter Profits Unlimited, Mampilly has figured out a way to guide average people to Financial stability by utilizing insider investment knowledge.
Prnewswire.com has published an article on Profit Unlimited’s success, detailing how the newsletter rose to sixty-thousand subscribers at an insanely fast pace. As it turns out, its success is owed in its entirety to the vast knowledge and talent of its founder. Mampilly is no stranger to the tactics employed by investment experts. Having had clients and partners in the form of huge companies like Deutsche Bank, ING, and the Royal Bank of Scotland (whoa!), the advice detailed by the newsletter is founded on decades of real world application.
Paul Mampilly is far from a stranger to success. Just the opposite, actually; Mampilly has led a life defined by it. Mampilly fancies himself a ‘one man idea machine,’ and is certainly a proven investment expert. With over twenty-five years of hands-on experience, Mampilly may as well be the authority on investment. In early 2016, Mampily used a client a demonstration account to generated an enormous 180% profit on a starting amount of only $5000. Furthermore, early on in his Wall-Street Career, Mampilly was recruited as Kinetic International’s hedge fund manager.
Born in India, Mampilly moved to the United States at a young age. Since then, he has acquired a mastery of investment few other people can claim. Mampilly’s life is a long story of successes followed by successes, and with the recent growth of Profits Unlimited, it’s a story that won’t be ending anytime soon.
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