Paul Mampilly is a Main Street businessman working with Banyan Hill Publishing. He helps Main Street Americans make wealth by providing them with pertinent information about available investment opportunities. Before joining Banyan Hill Publishing in 2016, he used to work on Wall Street.
He started his career in 1991 on Wall Street working with Bankers Trust as the assistant portfolio manager. Paul then moved to Deutsche Bank and ING managing multi-million-dollar accounts. He was recruited by Kinetics Asset Management in 2006 to manage their $6 billion hedge fund whereby he grew the company’s assets to a tune of $25 billion. During the 2008-2009 financial crisis, he still managed to make a $38 million return in a single year in the Templeton Foundation investment competition. However, due to his need to help more people in the society achieve their dreams and become wealthy, Paul grew tired of helping the only 1% Wall Street investors. He decided to resign from Wall Street.
In an interview with Ideasmensch, Paul Mampilly tells us about what prompted him to leave the lucrative Wall Street job to start his own company. He says that he felt the urge to help the less affluent who can’t access the Wall Street services. His newsletters; Extreme Fortunes, Profits Unlimited and True Momentum have helped many low-income people achieve their financial dreams.
Paul Mampilly tracks the news of specific companies of interest to him and his clients. He mainly focuses on news that pertains to stocks that are in the portfolio of his companies. He does all this by use of a portfolio tracker to determine any price changes in those stocks. He spends a lot of time doing research on stocks to choose the best and profitable portfolio.
About Paul Mampilly
Paul Mampilly is a prominent American investor. He has worked in many international firms. Paul has worked in many biotech and healthcare companies as their analyst and portfolio manager. He is also a very successful hedge fund manager having managed multi-billion-dollar hedge funds in Kinetics Asset Management and Deutsche Bank. He is the founder of Capuchin Group.
Mr. Paul has a profound interest in stock markets and is good at identifying startups with innovative products and business models. He studied Financial Engineering at New York University Polytechnic and his MBA at Fordham University. Mr. Mampilly is also a Chartered Financial Analyst.