Over the past one year, very few publications have been able to grow at exponential rates in the financial sector. Amongst those that saw high subscription levels is Profit Unlimited Newsletter edited by Paul Mampilly. The editorial is owned by Banyan Hill Publishing formerly called Sovereign Society. The newsletter subscriptions hit ninety thousand subscriptions over the past one year. To be precise the newsletter that high figure a year after it was started.
— Paul Mampilly (@Paul_M_Guru) August 17, 2017
The success of the newsletter could not be made possible without the well-researched recommendations on what to buy and what not to. The purchase recommendations have without doubt struck a right chord with investors of all sorts. In his own description, Paul Mampilly suggests that publication targets Main Street Americans looking for practical investment. Unlike in the traditional finance media, the publication’s readers just want opportunities to grow their investments.
The high growth rate can be explained by the strategy that targets the ordinary and underserved Americans. The strategy is in line with Paul Mampilly’s potential to identify and exploit potential growth opportunities in sectors under focus. It’s good to note that many financial periodicals experienced declining growth rates over the same period.
Paul Mampilly has leveraged his experience in the world of investment to provide his readers with easy to implement financial decisions. The focus of his business analysis recommendations is the ordinary guy who is not an investment analyst. By identifying growth opportunities in small capitalized companies and ignored biotech stocks, Paul Mampilly has seen readers’ confidence in his analysis increase.
With more than 25 years of experience in Wall Street, it is expected that Paul Mampilly is an expert in the field. Paul Mampilly was born in the Southern part of India. He moved to the United States of America in when he was 18 years old. He then joined the Montclair University where he acquired a university degree in finance. As years went by, he also joined Fordham University Gabelli School of Business where he acquired his MBA. As a vivid reader, he has a huge collection of books in his library and taken various courses in economics financial engineering.
Career-wise, Paul Mampilly began his work in Wall Street in 1991. He worked for the Bankers Trust before moving to the Deutsche Bank where he grew up the ladder. He also worked for the ING and the Royal Bank of Scotland. He then moved to portfolio management where most of his skills were successful tried and tested.
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