After 20 years on Wall Street, working with prominent clients such as the world’s leading financial exchange Deutche Bank, Paul Mampilly knows how to reach pivotal moments. Paul has now reached a golden moment, for reaching 60,000 subscribers, for his publication of Profits Unlimited. It has now officially earned the honor of becoming one of the fastest-emerging newsletters within the investment commerce.
Since his departure from Wall Street, Paul penned a publishing deal with Banyan Hill Publishing Company to invest his skills and knowledge, for directing Main Street Americans towards lucrative prospects. Bayan Hill Publishing, based in Delray, Florida specializes in cutting-edge investment readership and has a growing subscriber base of over 200,000. The agreement provided Paul a great opportunity, for providing new stock recommendations through his newsletters, which are mailed to subscribers on a monthly basis.
Paul’s approach has been to sequence the investment data every week, pertaining to no more than two stocks, and then use predictive analysis of those investments through his website. Subscribers can determine their investment capital, through receiving the newsletter. However, they have an alternative, for using their own brokerage accounts which offers each subscriber a personal solution to their investment. This is a non-traditional, but innovative way, for subscribers to align their personal goals between their portfolio and their financial advisor.
The early numbers are extremely impressive for Paul’s innovative idea. With outcomes as high as 38 percent increase in stock prices, for just 85 percent of the subscriber base, the process looks to be very profitable. Although an isolated investment, one investor was also able to capitalize on a 160 percent net gain, by using Paul’s method.
Paul Mampilly has made an excellent brand for himself by continuing to create the most-innovative and thorough investment methods for the 21st century. Paul has a creative edge for the market and has been awarded by the Templeton Foundation, for effectively producing an $88 million return on a $50 million investment. In the end, the net gain of 76 percent was an exceptional outcome, during the uncertainty of the 2008 financial crisis. Paul’s ability to gauge the market and extrapolate data using analysis, trends, and simply core-knowledge, has earned him a well-deserved moment within the investment industry.