Many people spend their whole lives doing what they are passionate about. They spend money, time, sweat, tears, the whole gammit on it. With all the time and effort they spend on becoming successful at what they love, it is hard to give away their pearls of wisdom to others, so that they can succeed too. Paul Mampilly is sharing his knowledge and experience to help others get rich.
He is the Founder of Profits Unlimited, a monthly newsletter centered around stocks that Paul himself personally researched and suggests to his readers. In 2016 he joined Banyan Hill Publishing as a senior editor, helping Main Street Americans find wealth and follow their dreams. He also founded Extreme Fortunes and coming soon he will unveil True Momentum. It is a research service for readers. Profits Unlimited explains small-cap stocks, technology, growth investing, and special opportunities to his readers so they can understand how to invest in them and what they are. He also releases a handful of stocks to invest in that he has researched over a period of time. Paul is also the Founder of Capuchin Consulting, located in North Carolina.
What makes this entrepreneur qualified as a financial expert? First he has multiple college degrees in finance. He want to Montclair State University from 1986 to 1991 where he received his BBA in Finance and Accounting. He continued to get his Masters (MBA) at Fordham Graduate School of Business in Finance in 1997.
Paul Mampilly worked on Wall Street for 20 plus years. He worked for big banks and managed multi-million dollar hedge funds. A typical day for Paul starts off always the same, for 15 years to be exact. He wakes up between 5am and 6am and looks at the news and all the markets. Paul tracks certain companies, so that is the next task at hand. He uses a portfolio tracker. He then tracks Banyan Hill Publishing for his three newsletters. Doing the same routine every day is what he believes makes him more productive as an entrepreneur. When it comes to one business strategy that helped his business grow was put his readers first. What do they need and then give it to them.