Is there such thing as an investment guru? Investing, in any form, is a tricky business and requires years of experience to even begin to make the right decision. Even with years of experience, the best investment experts still come to the wrong conclusion every once in a while.
If people are looking for a good source of investment advice, who can they trust? While naysayers will say no one can be trusted, many aspiring investors trust Paul Mampilly. Paul Mampilly used to be the best hedge fund manager on Wall Street, and he managed billions of dollars worth of clients’ assets.
Currently, Paul Mampilly uses his expertise to teach mainstream Americans about investing. His vessel of choice, a newsletter he created called Profits Unlimited. Profits Unlimited, published by Banyan Hill Publishing, is one of the most trusted investing newsletters in the world.
Paul Mampilly is so good at what he does; he’s been on numerous financial shows, including CNBC, FOX Business News, and Bloomberg TV. His newsletter guides people to potential stocks that he believes are primed to skyrocket at any moment. The shocker: his newsletter actually makes people money. Follow Paul on Twitter.
There’s an endless barrage of financial experts claiming to know how to make anyone money quickly. Mostly, these scam artists use books and seminars and claim they can teach everyone everything they’ll need to know to become millionaires overnight. Paul Mampilly only helps people make some money here and there; he’s not claiming to make people billionaires.
His humble approach to teaching and guiding his subscribers is the reason so many people trust him. Over the years, Profits Unlimited attracted more than 90,000 people to his pages. These people want to make money, and for the most part, they do every time they listen to Paul Mampilly.
Profits Unlimited is not the only newsletter works on; he has many jobs at Banyan Hill. There’s also a small weekly column he writes called Winning Investor Daily. Apart from his writing, he also manages two trading services he started: Extreme Fortunes and True Momentum.
Since leaving Wall Street, his life is more fulfilling. According to his own words, he left Wall Street because he grew tired of making rich people richer. He also didn’t like the fast pace greed of Wall Street. Visit: http://sovereignsociety.com/meet-the-experts/paul-mampilly/