Paul Mampilly: the Legendary Financial Advisor Who Is Helping Prospective Investors Prosper In Their Investments

Paul Mampilly is a highly experienced financial expert in New York. After making his debut in the sector in the year 1991, he went on to work for some of the largest financial institutions on Wall Street. Some of these institutions include Deutsche Bank, Bankers Trust, ING, and Kinetics Asset Management.

Last year, he joined Banyan Hill Publishing as a senior editor. He has used his position to publish the Profits Unlimited, a newsletter that is aimed at helping prospective entrepreneurs in New York to prosper in their investments. In April this year, the financial legend granted Ideamensch an interview where he shared more about his experience in the industry.

Ideamensch Interview

Mr. Mampilly told Ideamensch that helping people to invest was his longtime dream. According to him, managing to start the Profits Unlimited and receiving such an overwhelming reception was a dream come true. He prided himself in having revolutionized the investment world through offering affordable advisory services. He believes that through his affordable newsletters, the low net worth investors now have an almost level playing field with their high net worth investors.

One thing that Paul Mampilly never forego is updating himself on the prevailing trends in the North American market. Being an early riser, he spends his morning hours tracking leading companies in the market so as to equip himself with news of the latest developments. Most of his time, however, is spent checking on his three investment advisory media- Extreme Fortunes, True Momentum, and Profits Unlimited.

Research is a key component of Mampilly’s investment life. He revealed that in order to have ideas materialize, he invests a lot of his time in conducting thorough research on the idea. This enables him to give deep analysis in his newsletters, with every investment idea exhaustively discussed.

About Paul Mampilly

Paul Mampilly shocked the investment sector when he participated in the Templeton Foundation investment challenge and made $38 million profit from a $50 million investment in a single year. This made headlines mainly because the investment challenge happened during the 2008/09 financial crisis.

Paul is an MBA- Finance major- degree holder from Fordham Gabelli School of Business. He has also done economics from City University of New York-Hunter College and financial engineering from New York University Polytechnic School of Engineering.