The amount of negativity and hatred toward investment advisors and “gurus” is beyond extreme. A lot of people rely on these people to give them sound investment advice, which is what they do to the best of their ability, but investing is a tricky business; things can go wrong without warning.
Unfortunately, that creates the belief that all investment experts are cheats or scammers. Even the experts that offer sound, accurate advice face a barrage of hate mail and negative reviews. Paul Mampilly, one of the most successful investors and investment gurus in the world, faces daily negative comments.
Paul Mampilly founded Profits Unlimited, one of the most popular investment advice newsletters, and Extreme Fortunes and True Momentum, two trading services. He founded Profits Unlimited to guide common Americans to stocks whose values would shoot higher in coming weeks and teach them to identify potential stocks on their own.
Since retiring, he dedicates his time to teaching the average American about trading stocks; part of which includes writing weekly columns and newsletters from a number of financial institutions. Aside from Profits Unlimited, he also writes the Winning Investor Daily, another newsletter that he writes for Banyan Hill Publishing.
In 2016, Paul Mampilly joined Banyan Hill after serving as Editor of Professional Speculator at another publishing company, Stansberry Research LLC. He only worked at Stansberry for little under a year, but that was enough time to land the Banyan Hill deal that blossomed his career as a financial guru. Learn more about Paul Mampilly at crunchbase.
Before working at Stansberry, Mampilly worked at Kinetics Asset Management. There, he held several positions, including Managing Director and Co-Portfolio Manager. After his long career in finance, he began working for himself, founding The Capuchin Group. That was his first attempt to teach Americans about finance in a way they could understand.
Now, his greatest teaching tool is Profits Unlimited; it’s one of the most accurate investment advisory newsletters in the country. It’s important to remind people that Profits Unlimited is not an extension of Mampilly’s investment advisory skills; the newsletter is not considered professional advice.
Although it comes directly from Paul Mampilly, he is not operating as subscribers’ financial advisor. All 90,000 subscribers understand that it’s their decision to invest or not. The newsletter is just Mampilly’s way of teaching people about investing. Check: http://sovereignsociety.com/meet-the-experts/paul-mampilly/