A Legendary Mark in the Financial World-Paul Mampilly


Over the span of his career, Paul Mampilly has managed to build a huge amount of credibility and influence in the financial world. Paul attained his MBA from Fordham University, and in 1991 he started his career at Bankers Trust as a portfolio manager. Later, he gained even more experience working for legal firms. With his MBA and knowledge of investing, Paul Mampilly has been considered a huge asset and has been recruited to multiple billion dollar businesses. In 2006, Paul Mampilly helped to grow Kinetics Asset Management’s assets to $25 billion dollars, making it one of the best returns.

Despite his huge amount of success, Paul decided to slow down from the fast pace of Wall Street so that he could spend more time with his family. Currently, Paul continues to make an impact in the financial world with his research and investing skills. Instead of helping the already rich make more money, he has shifted his focus to helping common people make money through the guidance he gives with his newsletter.

Through his 8-page newsletter, Profit Unlimited, Paul shares detailed investment tips and new investment opportunities. Paul also includes recommendations of different stocks for his subscribers to buy. Profit Unlimited has over 90,000 subscribers, and it is considered one of the fasted growing newsletters in its niche—because of the details and guidance it offers.

In addition to his newsletter, Paul also manages Extreme Fortunes and True Momentum (elite trading services) and writes weekly for Winning Investor Daily.

After seven years of experience from helping major corporations and common people make money, Paul Mampilly in considered an authority in the financial world. Because of his authority, he is often featured on Fox Business News, CNBC, and Bloomberg TV. Since shifting his focus to Main Street, Paul has developed a passion for helping common people make the most of their finances so that they can live a better, wealthier life.


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