Paul Mampilly: From Hedge Fund Manager to Investing Educator

To retire at the age of 42 is the goal of any hardworking american. It sounds impossible, but Paul Mampilly has beat the odds, and he has a full portfolio of achievements to prove it.

Paul Mampilly is an american investor, former hedge fund manager, and now specializes in educating average americans on the ways of investing their money for the most growth.

He got his BBA in finance and accounting from Montclair State University in 1991, and his MBA from Fordham University in New York in 1996. Paul Mampilly started off his career with a bang in 1991 working as an assistant portfolio manager for Bankers Trust. Meet the experts on

Since then, in 2016 he ended up at Banyan Hill Publishing. While there his greatest achievement was founding the Profits Unlimited Newsletter.

With over 90,000 subscribers, he uses his first hand experience with investing to provide tips and resources to other fellow americans on how, when, and where, to invest their money to achieve the most growth in their wealth.

Paul Mampilly’s newsletter has been proven to work by subscribers who tried out his advice. It should work, because after all, he did win the Templeton Foundation investment competition.

On January 18, 2018 an article on his crunchbase profile was released discussing Mampilly’s professional insight for investing in 2018.


“Readers of Paul Mampilly’s Profits Unlimited service have seen gains equal to 200% in the internet of things. Most of his Profit Unlimited stocks are up on the day, and he is expecting some of them to be huge winners this year.” For readers with any doubts, there is your proof right there that Paul Mampilly knows his stuff.

Check out the full article here.

Paul Mampilly has been featured on CNBC, Bloomberg, Hedge Fund Intelligence, and more, because of his expertise and success with investing and stocks.

In retirement, Paul Mampilly manages to give back to the community by helping average americans with their investment questions through his newsletter and his free weekly column featured in the Winning Investor Daily. Read this article at