Paul Mampilly’s Newsletter Has Achieved Unrivaled Success

Profits Unlimited, a newsletter owned by Paul Mampilly, has over 60,000 subscribers. Mampilly started the magazine, in 2016, to provide Americans with advice on investment opportunities. The editor provides valuable advice garnered from two decades of working in the financial sector. As a hedge funder manager, he worked with several high profile clients such as ING and Deutsche Bank.

Profitable Advice

Every month, Paul Mampilly gives advice on stock to subscribers of the publication. He updates information on one or two stock and monitors the progress of the investments on his website. His writing includes open portfolio up to 18%, 21% and 38%. 11of the 13 open positions are profitable. Most customers have nothing but praise for Mampilly. Some have generated more than $45,190 in profits following his advice. Instead of investing the stocks for his subscribers, he provides them with information and allows them to buy stocks on their own. This is a new approach as most financial advisors give buy stocks for their clients.

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Mampilly believes technology is big

Mampilly plans to make technology investment a big part of his writing because he believes that many lives will drastically change due to new technologies. The tech revolution will generate a lot of investment opportunities for people who understand what companies are going to profit and what stocks to invest. This is a once is a life time opportunity that will generate wealth.

About Paul Mampilly

Paul Mampilly has been the senior editor of ‘The Sovereign Society’ since 2016. In this capacity, he helps readers grow their wealth by making profitable investments and exploit special financial opportunities. In the 1980s, he worked at Deutsche Asset Management & ING as an analyst. He has also served as a money manager at organizations like Bankers Trust and Swiss Bank.

Using his experience, knowledge, and research, Mampilly finds stocks that go up quickly. He explains that this happens as a result of misprizing due to human emotion, new technologies created to solve market needs, and a company with an unknown advantage that few investors know of. It is this knowledge that has led to the success of Profits Unlimited.