Wall Street Wheel, Paul Mampilly, Gets Off The Highway And Visits The City And Suburban Streets With His “Profits Unlimited” Newsletter, Published by Banyan Publishing

Is it fun living the Wall-Street life, surrounded 24/7 by wealthy movers and shakers? Well, according to Paul Mampilly, it can get stale. Which is why Mampilly is now happily working at Banyan Hills publishing, sharing his accrued financial wisdom as a senior editor and resident technological expert.

Although he did eventually tire of running with the bulls on Wall Street, Paul Mampilly did have a rousing good run of it, keeping the pace alive for two decades. While still a child, Mampilly spent his younger years in India before coming to the U.S. Once here, he acquired degrees in business from Montclair University, Seton Hall University and Fordham Graduate School of Business.

After Fordham, Mampilly took a post as an assistant portfolio manager at Bankers Trust. From there he moved to the position of money manager, a position which placed him squarely at the helm of multi-million dollar accounts. From there he moved on, acquiring spots as a portfolio manager and research analyst for the Frankfurt-based world-wide investment bank, Deutsche Bank. Paul Mampilly was also a research analyst for the Dutch financial group, ING. In 2006, he joined Kinetics, a major provider of self-service technology, specific to the travel industry, to manage their hedge fund. While under Mampilly’s care, the Kinetics hedge fund averaged gains of more than 25% annually and qualified as one of Barron’s, “World’s Best” hedge funds.

Though the Kinetics account blew up into a 25 billion dollar concern, the long hours needed to keep the pace going were starting to wear on Mampilly. In 2016, he stopped the whirligig permanently and made the transition from Wall Street to Main Street, by joining Banyan Hill Publishing, where he Paul Mampilly edits the publisher’s prestigious “Profits Unlimited” newsletter.

Though only around for two years, Mampilly’s recommendations have done well, many gaining a at least a 50% return for investors. A year into the creation of “Profits Unlimited,” Paul Mampilly pointed out that were his picks part of an actual portfolio they would in fact be beating the Standard & Poor 500 by about three times over.

About Paul Mampilly: www.dailyforexreport.com/paul-mampilly-struck-gold/

Freedom Checks: Ultimate Income Investing

While cryptocurrencies have been all the rage in the investment community, Matt Badiali shocked many in the financial world when he introduced “Freedom Checks” as a low-risk investment strategy that individuals of all ages can take part in and get a regular quarterly income. He claimed that the program was going to pay out over $34 billion due to the money companies would save with the current tax plan and that now was the time for individuals to position themselves if they wanted to take advantage of this investment opportunity. There are currently over 500 companies that meet the criteria required to pay “Freedom Checks” to its shareholders.

While Matt Badiali made “Freedom Checks” seem like this was the newest investment idea, the strategy is simply to invest in a “Master Limited Partnership”. Many MLP’s are involved in the oil and gas production. Transportation and storage industries. Companies that meet the standards to be considered MLP’s distribute their profits to their shareholders and this enables them to be tax-free businesses. These companies must distribute 90 percent of their earnings to shareholders.

Investing in MLP’s and receiving “Freedom Checks” is extremely easy. It involves having a brokerage account and buying company shares of an MLP. Investors will have the payments made directly to their account or have a check mailed to them. Investors can spend the “Freedom Checks’ or they can reinvest the funds to buy more shares of the company. A shareholder can expect both share appreciation as well as increased distribution payments over time. A benefit to this investment strategy is investors are not required to pay taxes on these distribution payments and if they decide to sell the Master Limited Partnership shares, they are only required to pay capital gains taxes. Paying the capital gains taxes is usually lower than the income tax rate.

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