Earn Big With Their Investment
One of the many dreams of the average financial investment manager is to make it to the Wall Street. To Paul Mampilly, this was a dream that turned into a lifestyle earning him a prestigious place among the elite investors in the market. However, after enjoying a successful career in the industry, Mr. Mampilly hang his boots to pursue a career that was more fulfilling, and that is helping the majority of the American population earn from their investment.
For a start, things are good. Paul Mampilly is a senior editor at Banyan Publishing where he runs his own publication known as Profits Unlimited. The publication is a subscription-based publication that is committed to helping the common American find wealth from his or her investment in small capital stocks, technology, and specialized opportunities. Unlike Wall Street where only the elite, one percent of the population, could afford the services of Paul Mampilly, Profits Unlimited provides equal opportunity for everybody, thanks to its low subscription costs.
The Profits Unlimited publication continues to gain popularity in the economy due to the outstanding reputation of its founder, Paul Mampilly. Paul Mampilly started his Wall Street career in 1991 at Bankers Trust working as a portfolio manager. Thanks to his passion and drive, Paul excelled fast and advanced his career by joining Deutsche Bank and ING. In these institutions, Paul was in charge of the multi million-dollar accounts. His greatest achievement, however, came in 2009 when he won the Templeton Foundation investment completion. Despite the 2008/2009 financial crisis, Mr. Mampilly was able to grow the initial $50 million investment figure to $88 million in a single year.
About Paul Mampilly
Paul Mampilly is an investor like no other. Currently, he is a senior editor at Banyan Hill Publishing where he specializes in financial investment. He uses unique investment strategies that he developed over the 25 years he has been actively involved in the industry.
In addition to the vast wealth of experience, Paul is also well educated in matters financial investment. He has a BBA Finance and Accounting degree from Montclair State University, a Masters in Business Administration specializing in Finance from Fordham Gabelli School of Business, and an Economics degree from the City University of New York.