Newsletters are extremely useful tools for individuals who wish to stay in the loop and up to date on the latest goings-on, but they are not usually known to be particularly interesting or colorful things. Pair this with the fact they they usually require at least some personal information such as one’s email account and what one tends to end up with is a relatively low subscriber count.
However, Mr. Paul Mampilly’s Profit Unlimited newsletter, which is syndicated through Banyan Hill Publishing, has reached unusual levels of success, indeed, so much so that Mr. Mampilly’s subscriber count reached over 60,000 as of March 9th, 2017. The newsletter itself, Profits Unlimited, is a financial tract which focuses in on investment strategy for newcomers and veterans alike, drawing upon Mr. Mampilly’s many years of experience as a Wall Street insider to illustrate and illuminate various different tactics, tips and strategies to make the most out of their stocks. The newsletter consists of eight pages and is mailed out to every subscriber on a monthly basis.
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Mr. Paul Mampilly himself is, as was previously stated a Wall Street investor, but also a prestigious hedge fund manager who worked for such famous firms as ING, Deutsche Bank as well as Kinetics International. Mr. Mampilly has also been recognized by the discovery funding Templeton Foundation for winning a investment competition wherein Mr. Mampilly was able to turn $ 50 million dollars into $ 88 million during the financial crisis of the mid 2000s without causing a shortage in the stocks themselves!
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While commenting on an article published on CNBC, Tim Armour supported the idea of bottom-up investing, saying that it is a low cost and simple investment that would be held for a long term. The article posited that Warren Buffett was wrong to invest $1 million in charity. Unlike hedge fund managers, Warren focuses on achieving better returns by investing in an S&P 500 passive index fund.
According to Timothy, this strategy has delivered results in the past decades, compared to the mediocre funds that are expensive to the investors. Tim challenged the assumption that passive index return is the solution for a better retirement by arguing that index funds do not survive down markets. Many investors are unaware that with index funds, they are exposed to 100 percent of the losses when markets crash.
About Timothy D. Armour
Timothy D. Armour is the chairman of Capital Group of Companies. He is also the chairman of the company’s management committee, and Capital Research and Management Company, a subsidiary of Capital Group. Capital Group is among the leading investment management firms in the world, and home to American Funds. Tim was appointed to serve as the company’s chairman in 2015. Over the years, he has been overseeing the overall business strategies and operations of the company. Timothy assumed his role after the death of the former chairman, Jim Rothenberg.
For over 32 years, Timothy has been working for Capital Group. He has gained immense knowledge and expertise in the competitive financial industry. The company strives to deliver superior investment products and services to its clients. Timothy started his career by participating in the company’s Associates Program before becoming an equity investment analyst where he focused on global US service companies. The Los Angeles-based portfolio manager is an alumnus of Middlebury College where he earned his B.S in Economics.
Learn more about Tim Armour: https://www.ft.com/content/28953b12-dccb-11e6-86ac-f253db7791c6