Paul Mampilly Knows What He’s Talking About
There are plenty of business experts and entrepreneurs that want people to think that they know more than they actually know. Most of those kinds of “experts” sell their advice for hundreds of dollars an hour and rarely deliver the results they proclaim to be able to bring about.
Paul Mampilly is not one of those experts; he actually knows more than most. Currently, he’s an Editor of three Banyan Hill Publishing newsletters, Profits Unlimited, Extreme Fortunes, and True Momentum. He’s gained national fame for his investment suggestions in Profits Unlimited. Unlike other financial advisors, he’s not offering his services to big-name investors.
After decades on Wall Street, making money for the already wealthy, Paul Mampilly wanted to do more with his experience. When he left Wall Street, he started thinking of ways he could help mainstream Americans find wealth. The result was Profits Unlimited, which has over 90,000 subscribers. Visit: https://forexvestor.com/profits-unlimited-review
Just before joining Banyan Hill, he spent a year writing for Stansberry Research LLC. That was his first taste of interacting with more common people. Before that, he held several high-ranking positions at Kinetics Asset Management LLC. This was a job he took after founding his own financial news company.
In the early 2000s, he founded The Capuchin Group. He left that company in 2006 but started his journey toward Banyan Hill shortly afterward. Before The Capuchin Group, he worked at Deutsche Bank and ING. He excelled at both of those companies because of his years at Bankers Trust, which was his first official job in the financial industry.
Now, the articles he writes for his newsletters and blogs are helping regular American find wealth. There’s much-unwarranted debate over whether he’s credible or not, but his readers seem to trust him. So far, nearly everyone who takes his suggestions seriously finds some success.
That’s a rare accomplishment for someone just writing a newsletter. Recently, Paul Mampilly wrote an article giving his opinion about Wal-Mart and the direction the company’s heading in, considering recent market shifts.Learn more at Bloomberg to find out more of his research.