Paul Mampilly became part of Banyan Hill Publishing since 2016. He serves as the senior editor and is focused on helping American investors to find wealth opportunities in technology, small-capital stocks, and other profitable investments.
Mr. Mampilly began his work at Wall Street in 1991. He worked as an assistant portfolio manager in a company called Bankers Trust. After this, he advanced to more notable positions at companies Deutsche Bank and ING, where he was assigned to manage several multi-million dollar portfolios. During 2006, the owners of Kinetics Asset Management hired him as a manager of their hedge funds. The said company was worth $6 billion in net worth. Under Mr. Mampilly’s administration, Kinetics Asset Management became valued at $25 billion, which allowed the company to be considered one of the ‘World’s Best’ hedge fund owners. Their profits have soared to a 26% in annual returns during Mr. Mampilly’s influence in the company. Read this article at Forexvestor.com.
Additionally, Paul Mampilly was invited to be a part of the investment competition hosted by Templeton Foundation. With an initial investment of $50 million, Mr. Mampilly was able to provide returns in one year, which had an overall turnout of $88 million. It was more notable that he achieved this gain during the 2008 to 2009 economic crisis.
During his tenure, Paul Mampilly served his clients well, and most of the Wall Street companies he had worked for only had good things to say about him. He decided to retire and spend more time with his family but kept his position as an investor of his own assets.
At present, Paul Mampilly shifted his focus from helping rich companies become richer, into giving more opportunities to the everyday American. He started his well-known newsletter called Profits Unlimited and Extreme Fortunes, which will be having its brand-new research project called True Momentum.
In one of his recent interviews, Paul Mampilly shared his insights about work, life and his ventures as an investor. Follow Paul on Medium.
Throughout his years of working at Wall Street, he came to a realization that he wanted to help ordinary people get out of the rat race, and help them to pave their way to financial freedom. With the constant battle of the everyday American who is living from paycheck to paycheck, he saw the need and felt compassion for those who wanted to succeed.
Paul Mampilly built his company through extensive research, recognizing patterns and understanding the trends of the investment world. He hopes to provide value and knowledge to people who want to start investing. His goal is for every American to be an investor, no matter what background they may come from.