Paul Mampilly Explains Why He Founded Profits Unlimited

After several years of working on Wall Street, Paul Mampilly left to venture in his own businesses. According to the trader, Wall Street’s products and services are meant for the rich people in the society. Paul was not comfortable with this setup, thus the need to start his own company.

This process took him over one year. In his efforts to set himself free, he rediscovered the newsletter publishing businesses and founded Profits Unlimited and Extreme Fortunes, popular newsletters. Through the newsletter, the financial expert was able to use his skills and expertise to help many people channel their income to profitable investments. His newsletters have unlocked loads of financial information to ordinary Americans. This information was previously available only to the super elite.


In the last fifteen years, Paul Mampilly acknowledges that his days have been on routine. He wakes up between 5 am and 6 am. He goes through all news emerging from various markets. After checking his emails, he narrows down to the news arising from specific countries. While looking at the news, he focuses on information touching on the stocks traded in entities: True Momentum, Extreme Fortunes, and Profits Unlimited. He spends his day tracking the performances of the stocks using a portfolio tracker.

As a trading expert, Mampilly provides the public with recommendations on the stocks to invest in. Before giving his recommendations, he undertakes rigorous research on the stocks to ensure they are safe and have the potential to bring in returns. The financial experts’ research on a stock usually stretches up to 40 hours. This research looks into all aspects of the stocks and the company’s profile. If the stock is safe, he follows the research with 20-30 hours of recommendation writing.

About Paul Mampilly
Paul Mampilly is a senior editor at Banyan Hill Publishing and investor. The trader joined the company in 2016. He helps ordinary Americans to make wealth by investing in stocks. Previously, Paul worked for Bankers Trust, ING, and Deutsche Bank. In these companies, he was responsible for managing multi-million accounts.

Paul has also worked for Kinetics Asset Management where he helped in enhancing the company’s asset base to over $25 billion. Besides his current editorial duties, he continues to provide advisory services to different companies.

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