Paul Mampilly is an investment guru and a senior-editor with Banyan Hill Publishing. He is famous for making investments in the technology and small-cap stocks. He is respected as an investor and a financial analyst. He appears in CNBC, FOX News, and Bloomberg where he gives opinions about various issues that affect the financial sector.
Paul Mampilly career as investor goes back to 1991 when he started working as an assistant portfolio manager at Bankers Trust. It did not take a long time to establish a good name as an investor. He moved to large banks and started managing millions of dollars. He worked with banks such as ING, Deutsche Bank, Sears, Royal Bank of Scotland among others.
As he established a good name in the industry, he was spotted by a hedge fund known as Kinetics Asset Management. The hedge fund was worth $6 billion when he joined, but at the end of his tenure, it was worth $25 billion. It was even featured by the Barron’s after recording the highest annual return of 26 percent.
In 2008, Paul took part in a competition which brought together the best traders in the Wall Street. The Templeton Foundation sponsored the competition and each of the participants was given $50 million investment. Paul made the highest return after recording 76 percent at the end of the competition. He made $88 million from the initial investment defeating all other participants. He made record by accomplishing this target at a time when the world was going through the great global recession of 2008/2009.
Paul Mampilly no longer works in the Wall Street. He left at the age of 42 after realizing that there were many Americans outside the Wall Street who could benefit from his knowledge. The Wall Street is all about making millions for a small number of Americans. Now he is working for the ordinary Americans who he calls the “Main Street Americans.”
Paul Mampilly has created a newsletter known as Profits Unlimited which he uses as a channel for informing his followers. He gives access to his portfolio to followers of this newsletter so that they can replicate what he is doing.