Paul Mampilly joined the Banyan Hill Publishing Company in 2016. He currently holds the position of a senior editor with emphasis on assisting Main Street American acquire wealth in technology, growth investing, special opportunities, and small-cap stocks.
Paul started out on Wall Street in 1991. He first worked as a junior portfolio manager at the Bankers Trust. Within a short time, he advanced to senior positions at the ING and Deutsche Bank, where he oversaw multi-million dollar accounts. He was later in 2006 approached by the owners of Kinetic Asset Management – a $6 billion-worth firm – who wanted him to run their hedge fund. Under the leadership of Paul, the assets of the firm sprung to $25 billion, something that caused Barron’s to rank it among the best hedge funds in the world.
The Templeton Foundation invited Paul to participate in their prestigious investment competition. Starting with a $50 million-worth investment, Paul managed to generate a return within a year in addition to growing the investment to $88 million. What was even more remarkable was that he was able to achieve this during the 2008/2009 financial crisis.
Eventually, Paul Mampilly was fed up with Wall Street’s pace and generating wealth for only one percent of the population. Instead of generating wealth for the extremely rich, he shifted his focus to helping the ordinary citizens make profitable investments. Paul founded the Extreme Fortunes and Profits Unlimited, which are popular newsletters focusing on investments.
About Paul Mampilly
Paul was born in India and later in his youth relocated to the US and quickly joined the Wall Street. He turned out a successful investor and generated profits in folds, and this led him to rise through the ranks in a short time. Paul has featured in various media outlets with the most notable ones including Fox Business News, CNBC, and Bloomberg TV.
Though Paul retired from Wall Street to spend time with his family, he doesn’t consider himself as a retiree. He continues to invest and offer investment advice to young and potential investors.
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