Paul Mampilly Wins Big With His Investment Publication, Profits Unlimited

Profits Unlimited, a research service created by Paul Mampilly, reached a new level of success. It has accelerated in a short amount of time, making it one of the fastest growing publications in the investment market. Currently, it has 60,000 subscribers.

Paul Mampilly worked on Wall Street for 20 years. Some of his clients included ING, Deutsche Bank and Kinetics International. During his career, he turned an investment of $50 million into $88 million during the financial crisis. As a result, he won the investment competition, given by the Templeton Foundation in 2009.

With the intent to give Main Street Americans profitable investment options, Mampilly joined with Banyan Hill Publishing to create Profits Unlimited. He is able to accomplish his goal by suggesting a new stock each month in an 8 page newsletter. He sends them out to his subscribers. He keeps his subscribers updated every week and tracks the stocks on his website. Mampilly offers a creative alternative to traditional investing. Instead of him doing the investing for his clients, the stock is purchased by the client within their account.

Mampilly’s clients are pleased with his recommendations. One of his stocks is up to 160 percent.

About Paul Mampilly
Paul Mampilly is a long term investor and the Senior Editor for Profits Unlimited at Banyan Hill Publishing. He is also the Senior Editor for Extreme Fortunes and True Momentum. In 2016, Mampilly joined the company. He wanted to help Main Street Americans gain profit through investments, technology, small-cap stocks and other options. Shortly after, he created Profits Unlimited for the purpose of locating stocks that increased. Additionally, he writes for a newsletter known as The Sovereign Investor Daily, which is a weekly column.

Mampilly has an extensive background. He worked for Wall Street for 20 years. He uses the knowledge, skills, and experience obtained from the time he spent there. He has held positions where he was the manager of multi-million dollar accounts. He has managed money for corporations like Sears and Swiss Bank. With many years invested in the industry, Mampilly has a vast interest in the stock market. He is an expert at identifying small companies with new and cutting-edge business products and models. He has helped thousands of people by sharing his knowledge about investing.

Paul Mampilly obtained a Master of Business Degree from Fordham University, located in New York City.

Arthur Becker Settles for Real Estate

Becker is well known as a tech investor and has now built his career about real estate and art. In his office, you would find these two sides of his life coexisting. An office adorned with several of his art pieces and a fully-fledged art studio with sculptures, a workshop, and paintings. Currently investing solo, Becker is setting up a ground-up investment project which is estimated at a worth of $52.5 million. He admits that making it in the real estate was a matter of luck and timing for him.

In the 2000s Becker was on a role and invested in tech companies where he made his fortune. From then, he has set up shop in real estate initially partnering with major players in the market before deciding to strike out on this current project. In a recent dealing with Maloney and Robert Gladstone’s Madison Equities, he received three Sullivan Street townhouses adjacent to each other for his investment stake. Check out Bloomberg to know more.

Some exploits that Arthur Becker has ventured into include marketing, collecting and apparently, farming. In the 1980s, Becker and a friend invested in macadamia nuts. Currently, he is collecting ancient African currencies and reproducing them artistically. It seems Becker still yearns to re-establish grand items that are in line with his artistic and business ambitions. Already, some of his art pieces have sold. Owing to a childhood belief, Becker has grown attached to the 8-ball which he then believed could reveal the future.

According to Huffingtonpost, we know life as a journey and Arthur Becker has surely traveled a long way. The ceramic/photography graduate has worked as a photographer in the 1990s experimenting his unique art with textures. He has also attended Dartmouth for business studies. Briefly, he resided at a Buddhist monastery in Vermont.

In a report by Curbed, Becker’s work in real estate began shortly after leaving the monastery. His first projects were the restoration of 18th-century houses, although he remembers starting with a barn. Today, Becker is set on developing his art and investing in real estate. His art features currency and the contemporary attachment developed through these meanings.

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