Paul Mampilly used to be a very successful hedge fund manager on Wall Street. He counted among his clients some of the biggest names in the industry including Kinetics International, ING, and Deutsche Bank. He was also the winner of the prestigious investment competition put on by the Templeton Foundation. In 2009, he managed to turn $50 million into $88 million through brilliant investing, creating a 76% gain. Even more remarkable, he won this contest during the worst of the financial crisis and he didn’t have to short any stocks to manage this feat.
Paul Mampilly now publishes his own financial newsletter, Profits Unlimited, through Banyan Hill Publishing. Banyon Hill Publishing recently announced that this highly successful newsletter has achieved 60,000 subscribers which makes it one of the largest newsletters in the industry.
Profits Unlimited is published by Paul Mampilly each month. Each issue features a stock that he thinks is going to be highly successful. He also manages a sister website where he tracks a few of these stocks showing how they have been doing. Mampilly (@ipaulmampilly) doesn’t manage the investments for any of his subscribers, rather they purchase the stocks he suggests through their own brokerage accounts. One subscriber said that he had been highly successful following Mampilly’s stock picks, making a substantial profit on 11 out of his 13 open positions.
Paul Mampilly earned his MBA in Finance from the Fordham Gabelli School of Business. He is also a graduate of the New York University Polytechnic School of Engineering with a degree in Financial Engineering.
Outside of his career, Mampilly is a dedicated philanthropist who works to help his local community. Among his charitable activities are acting as a volunteer teacher for Working In Support Of Education, and well as helping an 11 year old boy enrolled in Big Brother Big Sisters.