Paul Mampilly career started in 1991 on Wall Street where he worked as an assistant portfolio manager at Bankers Trust. He quickly moved upwards to hold a prominent position at Deutsche and ING where he was responsible for multi-million dollar accounts. In the year 2006, he was recruited by the owners of Kinetic Asset Management who wanted him to manage their hedge fund. During his tenure, the firm was able to grow its assets to $25 billion which saw his name rise high as one of the top hedge funds after an average of 26% annual returns. He started with a 50 million investment and was able to make a 76% return even more amazing was the fact that he achieved this amidst the 2008 and 2009 financial crisis.
Paul Mampilly eventually got tired of the Wall Street which concentrated on making money for the top 1% only. He shifted his focus to helping the common people make good money on their investment. He took on a position as an editor at Banyan Hill Publishing where he endeavored at assisting the “main street American” make wealth through the use of small cap stock, technology, growth investing and special opportunities.
After launching his newsletter “Profits Unlimited” about 15 months ago, Paul Mampilly where he provides advice on the buying of stock there has been a profound success in several of these stocks. Some of his recommendations have seen tremendous gains ranging from 56%, 64% and going as high as 73%. However, his most notable earnings went to a staggering 235%. With such returns, it’s not surprising that his newsletter is a favorite among those who wish to make solid profits.
Through his 8-page newsletter, Paul Mampilly provides an in-depth analysis of investment opportunities available each month. He makes a “model portfolio” which he keeps an eye on and also gives a listing of various stocks and goes ahead to recommend the most favorable. Besides writing for Banyan Hill Publishing, Paul is also the manager of Extreme fortune and True Momentum which are elite trading services. He also writes for Winning Investor Daily every week. Paul success in the investment industry comes from the fact that he chooses to focus on the bigger picture.
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