After decades spent with the wealthiest investors, Paul Mampilly is now specializing in helping smaller investors. As a senior editor for Banyan Hill Publishing, where he oversees publications which are geared towards Middle America, and helping the average American find wealth through investing.
He writes primarily for two newsletters: Profits Unlimited and Extreme Fortunes, but also helps oversee a number of financial publications as needed.
He joined Wall Street in 1991 as an assistant portfolio manager but quickly grew into more senior positions at Deutsche Bank, ING, and Kinetics Asset Management. During the 2008-2009 financial crisis he won the Templeton Foundation competition for hedge fund management, taking 50 million dollars and delivering 88 million dollars.
In referencing his work experience, Paul Mampilly has said that the two worst jobs he ever had were filling the dishwasher at the 5am shift in college, and pumping gas in the cold of a New Jersey winter. While both were grueling in their own right, he also said that they taught him the value of being willing to work hard and do what has to be done in order to advance to where you want to be. It’s a mindset that he carried into the investing world, where he often spends hours upon hours researching stock options before choosing them for a managed fund or written recommendation.
Research and dedication are two of his trademark tactics when it comes to choosing a good investment strategy. With his team, he researches and delves deeply into the stock picks that he writes about, then spends many more hours writing the reports using language that non-Wall Street insiders would understand.
Paul Mampilly is known for writing to Americans who would not have 50 million dollars in liquid assets to invest, like when he won the Templeton Competition. His newsletters are written with affordable investments that can help families and non-professionals in the finance industry find success on Wall Street. He also makes sure to use language that anyone can understand. When he is not writing, he often goes onto major cable news channels as a market analyst and investing expert.
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