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— Paul Mampilly (@Paul_M_Guru) February 22, 2018
Paul Mampilly is the Profits Unlimited editor and technology expert at Banyard Hill Publishing. Profits Unlimited is a research service. In 2017 sixty thousand people subscribed to the Profits Unlimited. Mampilly began writing his research after pending twenty years working on Wall Street so he could use his expertise to help regular american with investing.
Formerly knowns as Sovereign Society the newsletter is a year old and has over ninety thousand subscribers annually. The newsletter is still growing, and Paul Mampilly is a master of finance and investing who uses the newsletter to share his expertise. The newsletter is aimed at those who want to grow portfolios and those with little experience in investments. The publication is competitively priced and entry level.
Paul Mampilly attended the Fordham Gabelli School of Business. Mampilly founded Capuchin Consulting. While marijuana stock has become popular Paul Mampilly is not recommending them to readers. He believes they are to much of a risk since they are already dropping. When it comes to the bitcoin bubble where prices are quickly rising he believes it will soon burst and is advising against the crypto currencies. Visit medium.com to learn more.
Paul Mampilly is from southern India, during his teenage years there was a financial crisis the goverment could not repay and began looking for investments from private citizens. One of these was Paul Mampilly’s father. The return was eighteen percent for thirty years paid annually. This is where he learned to make aggressive investments.
Paul Mampilly came to the US when he was eighteen, he got a bachelor’s in accounting and finance at New Jersey’s Montclair State University. Gabelli School of Business is where Mampilly got his MBA. He went to a number of prestigious New York colleges studying financial engineering and economics. He has over one thousand titles in his personal library and currently focuses on writing for a number of financial publications and researching opportunities for investment.