Paul Mampilly is the current Senior Editor of Profits Unlimited, Extreme Fortunes and True Momentum at Banyan Hill Publishing. He is well known for his newsletter Profits Unlimited that he uses to guide his readers into making the right investments into stocks that guarantees huge returns. He is also writer for Banyan’s Wining Investor Daily newsletter.
Before Joining Banyan Hill in 2016, Mr. Paul Mampilly worked as an Editor of Stanberry Research for their Professional Speculator edition for 11 months. He also served as a Managing Director of Co-Portfolio Manager and a member of Portfolio Management Team at Kinetics Asset Management. Paul is also the founder of Capuchin Group where he served in several capacities between 2003 and 2006. He has also worked for several other financial institutions including Deutsche Bank, Royal Bank of Scotland and the Swiss bank. Follow Paul on Facebook.
He started his career in 1991 working FOR Bankers Trust as an assistant portfolio manager. His investment experience spans 25 years and he has served as Wall Street insider, hedge fund manager and investor. As an investor Mr. Mampilly has a great interest in stock markets with a knack for pointing out small companies whose business models are innovative. His passion for financial and investment issues have seen him grace various interview in various TV channels including Fox Business News, Bloomberg TV and CNBC among others.
He has been on the limelight in the recent months due to his article “The greatest medical breakthrough in History”. According to Paul Mampilly, he says that he has discovered a company that can revolutionize the health care market through what he terms us precision medical revolution. The technology he says has the ability to cure some of the world’s diseases through developing cure as per a person’s genetic makeup. He is advising that investors should invest in this new jewel in return for huge profit returns. Read this article at Daily Forex Report.
Paul Mampilly is currently retired and resides with his family but still he is involved with investments through his work at Banyan Hill. He offers insights to his readers on all issues to do with investments and finance. According to him, he felt Wall Street was not doing enough to help many people make good investments and this is what propelled him to leave Wall Street and start helping people personally. He says working at Banyan Hill has given him the platform to use his expertise and skills to help people with investments issues.