As a former member of Wall Street and hedge fund manager, Paul Mampilly has years of experience investing in companies. He is very skilled at this and once won the Templeton Foundation investment competition which involved competing against a group of other professional investors to see who could create the biggest gain. He left Wall Street behind because he was tired of making money for people who were already the richest 1% of the population.
Paul Mampilly is now on a mission to help the regular middle-class investor make money on the stock market. He writes a monthly newsletter called “Profits Unlimited” which is published by Banyan Hill Publishing. The newsletter includes information about one company’s stock that Paul Mampilly’s research shows is presently undervalued. People who subscribe to his newsletter often take his advice and put their investment dollars into the company he is recommending. So far that has been very profitable as in his first year of publishing “Profits Unlimited” his portfolio has generated a return of 47%.
Mampilly worked on Wall Street for 26 years. His first job, in 1991, was as an assistant portfolio manager. His ability to research stocks and make money investing led to him quickly advancing in his field. He soon found himself working for the international banking giant Deutsche Bank as well as ING, another prominent financial firm. He managed multi-million dollar accounts for these firms successfully. In 2006 he started managing a hedge fund for Kinetics Asset Management which is another firm on Wall Street. When he arrived the hedge fund was worth $6 billion. He was able to turn this amount into $25 billion in not that many years which led to Barron’s hailing his hedge fund as one of the best-run ones in the world and what Paul Mampilly knows.
It is Paul Mampilly’s contention that Wall Street doesn’t do nearly enough to helping people, especially those who are middle class and just doing their best to save for retirement and other financial needs perhaps. He said it took him a year to sever his role on Wall Street so that he could pursue actually helping people.
Paul says that on Wall Street they really only cater to the super wealthy. He wanted to offer financial research that was affordable for regular people. His newsletter, with now over 60,000 subscribers, is offered at a price that people can reasonably afford and his Website.
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