More Than 60,000 Subscribers As Paul Mampilly Exceeds Target Profits

Paul Mampilly owns the fastest growing investment newsletter with a current subscriber number of about 60000 people. Mampilly worked in Wall Street for over two decades with clients such as Kinetics International and Deutsche Bank. However, he left formal employment in 2009 after winning the prestigious Templeton award for tuning 50 million dollar investment to 88 million dollars in the midst of a financial crisis yet he did not short stocks to attain the 76% gain. His company Profits Unlimited was because of a desire to guide people in making smart investment decisions and choices. This is what pushed Paul to sign up with the Banyan Hill Publishing.

The venture sees Paul make a recommendation of new stocks in his eight-letter newsletter to his subscribers. He also does a weekly update on the progress of one or two stocks in a model portfolio and keeps tracking is the performance on his website. The subscribers then buy the stick on their accounts rather than having Paul purchase it for them. This way he can offer an innovative alternative to the traditional arrangement of broker client investment relationship.

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If the comments from subscribers are anything to go by, it is easy to say that Paul Mampilly has achieved his goal and continues to do so with each passing moment. People who have followed his suggestions are satisfied with having better trading skills. They can make better decisions because of it, which is something that was part of Paul’s goals to start with.

About Paul Mampilly
Paul Mampilly is a senior editor at a sovereign society which he joined 2016. His specialty is helping Americans create wealth through making appropriate investment decisions. He is also the editor of Profits Unlimited, a venture that he started to provide information on stocks and related investments to his subscribers.

His skills in investment have made him a renowned adviser in the field. He has over 60000 subscribers on Profits Unlimited. His focus is on giving subscribers great trading opportunities and guiding them to get them.

David Giertz – Spreading The Importance Of Social Security In Retirement Planning

The retirement planning is one of the most important aspects of financial planning and must be taken seriously. Most of the people have financial advisors to help them with financial planning. Surprisingly, in a recent survey done by Nationwide Investment Services Corporation posted on, it was seen that most of the people don’t have social security adjusted properly as the retirement planning. David Giertz, President of NFS Distributors Inc, which is a part of the Nationwide Investment Services Corporation, said that the social security is an integral component of the retirement planning and can constitute a significant portion of the retirement plan fund, and must be taken seriously.

David Giertz said that the survey conducted by the Nationwide Financial showed that the financial advisors are not giving social security the importance it deserves, and the consumers are frustrated because of it. It is also one of the reasons why the survey showed that the consumers are more than willing to switch to another financial advisor if the current advisor doesn’t add social security to their retirement planning on Twitter. David Giertz said that the handbook consisting of social security guidelines has over 2,700 rules, and it is complex for a layperson to understand it fully. However, it is also because of this complication many of the financial advisors prefer to overlap this constituent of the retirement planning.

David Giertz mentioned that it is important for the people to be concerned about their retirement plan and whether social security is added to their pension fund or not. Opting out of social security is a bad idea as it can cause a loss of over $300,000 in a period of over 25 years. David Giertz has graduated from Millikin University, majoring in Business Administration and Management. He also holds an MBA degree from the University of Miami – School of Business.

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