Paul Mampilly Helps People Find Investments with High Returns
Premier Gazette recently featured the investing guru Paul Mampilly in the article “Broadening the Tree of Wealth with Paul Mampilly and Banyan Hill Publishing.” The article reveals how the successful Wall Street portfolio manager went from his incredible success in the stock market to sharing his secrets through the newsletter Profits Unlimited.Paul Mampilly graduated from Montclair State University where he received his bachelor’s degree in business administration. He later received his MBA from Fordham Gabelli School of Business.After completing his education, Paul Mampilly went straight to Wall Street to build his fortune.He worked as an assistant portfolio manager at Bankers Trust Company and eventually became a full portfolio manager.
During the 2008 dip in the market, Mampilly helped Kinetics Asset Management grow their portfolios to more than $25 billion in managed assets. He was even named one of the “World’s Best” by Barron’s magazine because his business portfolios often managed more than 43% in returns. He was able to accomplish this by discovering companies like Netflix, Whole Foods, Universal Display and Facebook. He also invested in Sarepta Therapeutics when the company was just beginning.However, in 2016 Paul Mampilly decided to leave Wall Street. He wanted to provide the average American with the information that was only available to serious wealthy investors. By working with Banyan Hill Publishing to put out his investment newsletters Profits Unlimited, True Momentum and Extreme Fortunes, Mampilly was able to help his information reach a wider audience.
The newsletters have more than 90,000 readers who see Paul investment advice each week. With his investing expertise, investors are able to see returns of 100% or more each year.Profits Unlimited is focused on helping people discover low-risk investment opportunities that retain the potential to have exponential growth. Mampilly focuses on finding companies that are creating the Internet of Things as well as the companies that focus on the buying choices of millennials. Each week the readers will receive a supplemental newsletter of Mamilly’s stock picks as well as an eight-page newsletter that lays out the overall great investment strategy. His True Momentum newsletter is focused on creating a larger return through riskier investments.
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