Paul Mampilly left Wall Street many years ago when he began to feel unsatisfied. His dissatisfaction began when he realized he would be spending the rest of his career making wealthy people wealthier. His desire to help regular people to become better investors had been growing over the years, and he made a decision to finally do something about it. Mampilly joined forces with Banyan Hill Publishing, and he began to write his newsletter Profits Unlimited, which now has over 90,000 subscribers. He respects people and the hard work they have done to earn their money, and he enjoys helping them to invest their wealth in the right stocks. Get the latest update on his twitter to find out more.
Paul Mampilly has been with Banyan Hill Publishing since 2016, and he currently shares his model portfolio with his readers so they can get a good look at what works and what doesn’t. On top of being the editor of Profits Unlimited, he also runs a pair of elite trading services named True Momentum and Extreme Fortunes. The media has been following Mampilly’s career for many years, and he is often featured on major media publications and television programs. Some of these include Fox Business News, CNBC, and Bloomberg TV.
Paul Mampilly started out his career after finishing his college studies at Fordham University where he earned his MBA. He worked as an assistant portfolio manager with Bankers Trust before moving on and going to work with Deutsche Bank. After this, he served with ING and then Kinetics Asset Management. While serving with Kinetics, he was able to grow the company’s hedge fund into one worth $25 billion. After doing so, Barron’s named it one of the “World’s Best” funds.
Paul Mampilly recently took part in an interview where he was asked to talk about how the stock market has changed in the last two decades. He replied by commenting about the role of computers in the investing world. Large firms are now using trading robots and artificial intelligence to get a leg-up, and this makes it harder for the average investor. Mampilly also commented on ETFs and how they have taken the place of mutual funds.