Paul Mampilly on helping ordinary citizens invest
After graduating from Fordham University with an MBA, Paul Mampilly knew he had to put his financial knowledge to use. He joined Bankers trust where he became the assistant Portfolio manager. This position exposed him to a lot of expertise and experience on investing. Soon after he moved to Deutsche Bank and later on ING. Following his stellar performance in these two organizations, he was recruited by Kinetics Asset Management. Here he was in charge of the hedge fund division, which he was able to grow into a twenty-five billion dollar business in what was referred to as one of the World’s best returns.
Having solidified his position in Wall Street Paul Mampilly decided it was time he took a step back and spent more time with his family. At this time he was also determined to make money for ordinary people rather than continue making money for the ultra-rich who seemed to have all the best investing options. His skills as an investment analyst would be the tool he would use to achieve this dream. Paul Mampilly joined Baynan Hill publishing and started working on an investment newsletter. Since he released his first copy more than 90,000 people have subscribed to it. The newsletter offers a lot of insight into his investment strategy as well as detailing new investment opportunities each month.
Followers of his newsletter are familiar with his model portfolio, which is a combination of several stocks that Paul recommends and invests in. The newsletter Profits Unlimited are just one part of Paul Mampilly’s writing stint as he is also a weekly contributor on Winning Investor daily. As part of his financial life he also manages True momentum and Extreme Fortunes which are two well-performing trading services. One of the things that make Paul Mampilly such a shrewd investor is his incredible experience within Wall Street. Having risen from manning a trading desk to running a hedge fund, he has worked at almost every stage of the investment cycle. He understands what it entails managing a single account with little capital and growing it as well as managing accounts with billions of dollars.