Paul Mampilly Offers Legitimate Stock Advice To Subscribers

Paul Mampilly has pamphlets for investors on how to find good stocks to invest in and trade, and how to spot new companies whose shares are still low. Mampilly has done so himself with companies that were still young including Facebook and Netflix and he’s had a good grip on growing technology and what he calls the interconnectivity of the internet. Mampilly explained once in an interview with Ideamensch that investors need to pay attention to millennials because the products they like are going to have the biggest impact in the futures market. Mampilly explains even more in his newsletter “Profits Unlimited,” and he’s going to have even more information available in his next one “True Momentum.” His newsletters have garnered over 60,000 subscribers.

Paul Mampilly gained investment knowledge from the years he spent on Wall Street. It began in the banking industry as a researcher and later portfolio manager for clients of Deutsche Bank, Bankers Trust, Sears, ING and a private Swiss bank. He was then invited to join Kinetics International Fund, a hedge fund that saw how well clients had done with Mampilly’s advice at the banks. Mampilly turned the hedge fund from a $6 billion in AUM firm to a $25 billion AUM firm. The high annual interest rates the hedge fund’s investments gained brought recognition from Barron’s magazine as the fastest-growing Wall Street organization.

One of Mampilly’s most famous accomplishments while still on Wall Street was investing in the Templeton Foundation’s competition in 2008. The competition was hosted through 2009, the period when the financial crisis was at its worst, but it did not stop Mampilly from making profits. He found stock to invest in that turned $50 million into $88 million, netting a 76% gain over that year. But just a few years later Mampilly decided it was time to start helping those who weren’t rich and didn’t know much about stocks. So as part of his newsletters he writes at Banyan Hill, investors can see his portfolio and see which stocks are doing well.

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