Paul Mampilly is no doubt one of the leading investment experts in America. With a career spanning over two decades in the financial industry and many successful investments, Mampilly is in an excellent position to offer expert advice on lucrative investment portfolios. He is one of many professionals that are helping Americans regain trust in the stock market after the recession which left many people counting losses.
Mampilly reached the pinnacle of his career when he became one of the leading Wall Street personalities. However, he quit his career citing two reasons: he needed time to concentrate on his family and to help ordinary Americans make money. Immediately he quit, Mampilly joined hands with Banyan Hill Publishing to launch an investment newsletter, “Profits Unlimited.”
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The newsletter targets a large population of Americans who shy away from the stock market. Mampilly is the editor in chief of the publication, and his audience benefits from his well-researched investment advice. Profits Unlimited requires an annual subscription thereafter subscribers benefit from practical investment advice. Furthermore, subscribers have access to Mampilly’s model portfolio. Through the portfolio, Mampilly outlines his investment plans for the month or the year. Also, the model portfolio comprises all the recent developments in the financial sector to keep subscribers abreast with critical industry knowledge.
Unlike some investment experts who make money from coaching investors while they make little to no investments, Mampilly is leading by example. He has successfully made money from his investments in companies such as Sarepta Therapeutics and Netflix among others. When he was a contestant at an investment competition sponsored by the John Templeton Foundation, Mampilly demonstrated to all and sundry that he is a shrewd investor; he turned $50 million to $80 million by investing in the Indian automotive company Tata. Mampilly won the Templeton competition.
Many have compared Mampilly’s investment style to that of the late John Templeton. Like Templeton, Mampilly does not shy away from companies that are struggling, and as a result, he purchases shares of such companies when they are at a record low. When such companies recover from their downturn, their stock prices rise, and Mampilly enjoys the returns of his investments.
Mampilly is always willing to share his investment options even if he will not benefit from sharing such knowledge. For example, he recently encouraged investors to channel their cash to companies that provide precision medicine, manufacture eco-friendly cars, or those that deliver food, especially to millennial clients.
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