In the industry of investment, the largest newsletter is Profits Unlimited. The creator of this bulletin is Mr. Paul Mampilly. It has been a favorite of the investing community since 2016. It only one year, Profits Unlimited has crossed half a million readers. That has put the newsletter among the fastest growing ones in the industry of investment. In 2016, Mr. Paul Mampilly and Banyan Hill Publishing stepped into a partnership. That allowed profits Unlimited to go live for the community of investors.
Most recently, the newsletter of Profits Unlimited reached a new milestone for its audience. It March this year the newsletter crossed 60 000 subscribers. The purpose of this bulletin is to alert investors of new opportunities as well as to follow up on previous ones. There are eight pages in each edition of Profits Unlimited. The creator Mr. Paul Mampilly sends it out personally on the same date of every month. The newsletters have consistently been featuring a recommendation for a new stock. Over the next few weeks, Mr. Paul Mampilly also sends out follow ups to update his readers on how the recommendation has been performing so far and what is the deal with the stock.
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The creator of Profits Unlimited Mr. Paul Mampilly has been known in the community of investors before he created Profits Unlimited. Mr. Paul Mampilly used to be a part of Wall Street where he did business. He worked as a hedge fund manager, and he spends almost two decades at the job. He amassed a wealth of experience as a result. His eye for opportunity and analytical thinking helped him get the idea for Profits Unlimited as well as to establish himself as one of the experts in his line of work. Some of his previous professional experience has been sourced from his positions at ING, Kinetics International, Deutsche Bank and more.
In 2009, Mr. Paul Mampilly received an award for his accomplishments from the Templeton Foundation because he managed to turn an investment of fifty million into a profit of almost ninety million. That is a gain amounting to 76%. He managed to do that although the crisis in the financial sector was at its worst.