Paul Mampilly began his long and successful career on Wall Street in 1991 as an assistant portfolio manager at Bankers Trust. From there, he swiftly progressed to notable and distinguished positions at ING and Deutsche Bank, where he was appointed the director of multimillion-dollar accounts. In 2006, Kinetics Asset Management recruited Mampilly to oversee their hedge fund. After he started working for Kinetic Assets Management, a $6 billion firm, Mampilly’s supervision of the hedge fund raised several billion dollars worth of assets increasing the firm’s value to $25 billion. Barron’s considered it to be one of the world’s best hedge funds because the annual returns averaged 26 percent for the firm during Mampilly’s supervision.
Paul Mampilly is a knowledgeable and prominent financial expert, so he has some valuable insights to offer to potential investors who want to know how they should invest their money. Since he had become discontented with doing business on Wall Street, Mampilly had stopped making money for wealthy individuals or entities and retired from that occupation. So, he had changed his aim to helping everyday people make productive investments because he realized that many people would like to invest their money, but have no idea how to do that with the stock market. He believes new investors should zero in on technology and innovative trends, so he has been advising average American people and encouraging them to invest in technology, small-cap stocks, and other special investment opportunities.
Recently, Paul Mampilly became the senior editor of Banyan Hill Publishing in 2016. Since Mampilly joined Banyan Hill Publishing, over 90,000 people have registered to get his newsletter called Profits Unlimited. It’s an eight-page newsletter that offers information on a new investment opportunities every month. The newsletter also includes an ideal representation of a portfolio that also mentions different stocks that he suggests his readers should buy. In addition to his newsletter, Paul Mampilly runs two trading services, True Momentum and Extreme Fortunes, along with being a contributing writer to Winning Investor Daily where he contributes to a weekly column.