Paul Mampilly’s Profits Unlimited Hits New Highs

Paul Mampilly is a proven investment expert and a senior editor at Extreme Fortunes, Profits Unlimited and the True Monument at Banyan Hill Publishing. Currently, profits Unlimited has over 60,000 subscribers and has in the investment industry been rated as one of the fastest growing newsletters.

Paul joined Banyan Hill in 2016 and has been fully involved in helping Main Street Americans gain wealth in technology, growth investing, special opportunities, and small-cap stocks through his monthly investment advice.

Paul Mampilly has helped the subscribers generate trades of between 20 to 116 percent, without risky bets. Most of them have written to say they have experienced a rise of 6,000 dollars, others 26,000 and above within months. His career began in Wall Street in 1991, where he worked as an assistant portfolio manager at Bankers Trust. Later, he scored a notable advancement in high-profile positions at ING and Deutsche Bank. In these two places, multimillion dollar accounts were entrusted to him. In 2006, Paul was recruited at Kinetics Asset Management, a firm known to own about 6 billion dollars. In this firm, he was placed as the hedge fund manager, and this resulted in a quick rise of assets by 25 billion dollars, outperforming MSI EAFE.

Who is Paul Mampilly?

Paul Mampilly is a businessman with over 25 years of experience in the world of finance. He has worked as an analyst in the fields of health care and biotech and has also been a portfolio manager in international banks. His list of clients includes the Templeton Foundation, Fortune 500 Companies, European aristocracy, and the Swiss private banks. Between 2008 and 2009 an account he managed won the strongly contested Templeton Foundation Investment, garnering returns of 76 percent.

In an interview, Paul pointed that his productivity mostly came about as a result of his daily routine. Each day between 5:00 and 6:00 AM, Paul flips through market news sources to find out what’s new in the US, Canada, and the world market. He mostly focuses on stock news touching True Momentum, Profits Unlimited, and Extreme Fortunes. Before issuing a stock pick, he does a thorough research on it, not less than 30 hours. In every issue, Paul gives example scenarios to make it easy for the readers to understand how the stock could work for them.

A Happy Leader

Chris Burch never knows what to expect in a typical day: He may in one day be traveling the South Pacific to explore new lands for which to expand his resort or even find himself stuck in traffic in New York waiting to get to a business meeting. No two days are ever alike for this unique leader. When asked about how Mr. Burch originates ideas, he mentions that it all begins with people. Life has always been about people, for people and done through people alone. Burch mentions that it’s crucial to have good people with honest motives and a true passion to excel.

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He believes that if something has the potential for success, then it may be quickly done, and that one should take it manage of the opportunity before another smart similar mind grasps it and claims it as his own. A trend that uniquely excites Birch is the recent movement of tiny houses. The fact alone that people consolidate to live with such experiences instead of people astounds him to this very day. His excitement over this trend has led him to develop Cocoon9, and he mentions that it’s the same for millennial travelers who seek culture and adventure altogether. Burch mentions his great pride in what he has accomplished to accommodate such consumers.  Hop over to for more reading.

If one were to describe a habit that makes Birch more productive as an entrepreneur, he’d mention that it’s his ability to read people and truly understand who they are. The worst job that he has ever had was when his father made him work at a construction company at the age of 13, and he there learned the foundational basics of hard labor and dedicated construction, earning a true appreciation for those who work in such intense fields. If Birch were to begin his life all over again, he would do things no differently. According to him, he has no regrets and would tell his younger self to confidently pursue his previous direction with more fierceness and an increased knowledge, living a life that few only dream of. Additional article on

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The one thing that he do over again and recommend everyone else to do is to always listen first, making more use of one’s ears than of one’s mouth. There’s a reason why God gave us two ears, two eyes, and one mouth alone. That says it all; listening’s more important than speaking. More to read on

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