Paul Mampilly was recently featured in a Premier Gazette article titled “Broadening the Tree of Wealth with Paul Mampilly and Banyan Hill Publishing” which was written by Stephen Ray. The article reveals how Paul Mampilly left Wall Street after his successful career as a hedge fund manager to help the average American investor create more wealth to live the life of their dreams.Writing for the investing newsletter titled “Profits Unlimited” allows Paul Mampilly to take his hard-earned knowledge of Wall Street to Main Street Americans. The newsletter reaches more than 90,000 readers and helps him send his investment knowledge to a wider reading base.
In 2016, Mampilly decided that he would join Banyan Hill Publishing to create Profits Unlimited and several other newsletters, which allows him to help more people. He wanted to make investing more accessible to people who are from a variety of different classes. He wanted to provide investment knowledge to that used to be available to a select few like the well-off investors.Mampilly focuses on helping people create stronger portfolios through small-cap stocks, tech opportunities, and growth investing. He is the senior editor for three different newsletters published through Banyan Hill Publishing including Profits Unlimited, True Momentum, and Extreme Fortunes.Profits Unlimited is where Mampilly focuse on the purchasing power of the millennials and the impact of the Internet of Things.
The best investment strategy is conveyed in under ten pages which are added to each week with supplements like stock recommendations. True Momentum focuses on creating a 100% return for the readers. Though it has a more moderate level of risk, he focuses on helping people get bigger returns. Extreme Fortunes has an even greater risk potential but also the potential for greater returns. The high reward opportunities can have a return of around 1,000%. These companies have been thoroughly researched by Mampilly and they are expected to take off rapidly.Mampilly creates these newsletters by training the researchers to work as a unit. The team can collect the best possible data available while also creating an in-depth analysis that is translated into layman’s terms for the reader.