Stephen Ray recently published an article on Premier Gazette titled “Broadening the Tree of Wealth with Paul Mampilly and Banyan Hill Publishing.” The article discusses the recent career change of Paul Mampilly, a former Wall Street Hedge Fund manager who currently helps the average American understand investing strategy through his newsletter.
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Mampilly’s education in investing and business began in Dubai, where his father was able to put him through school. He attained his bachelor’s from Montclair State University, and he received his MBA from the Fordham Gabelli School of Business. After working through school, he began working at Wall Street. His first job was as an assistant portfolio manager at the Bankers Trust Company. He was quickly promoted to full portfolio manager.
Soon Mampilly began working as a research assistant with Deutsche Bank after the company acquired Bankers Trust. By learning how to do in-depth research, Mampilly began to understand how to find hidden gems as potential investments. He also worked at ING as a Senior Research Assistant where these skills developed further. It allowed him to become the lead manager on a variety of portfolios and large investment accounts, making him one of the “World’s Best” according to Barron’s magazine. He worked for Kinetics Asset Management and helped grow their portfolio to more than $25 billion.
In 2016, at the young age of 42, Paul Mampilly decided to retire from Wall Street after enduring the ceaseless grind. He recognized that he wanted to spend more time focusing on his family. He became one of the senior editors at Banyan Hill Publishing where he writes for the Profits Unlimited Newsletter.
Mampilly wanted to write the newsletter because he recognized it was much more accessible for the average American. They needed access to the investment ideas and knowledge that Mampilly had.Paul Mampilly was also featured in the Chronicle of Week article Paul Mampilly Makes a Career Change to Help Everyday Investors” by Haley Thompson. The article reveals how the newsletter Profits Unlimited recently passed a large milestone of having nearly 60,000 subscribers. Ideally, he wants to help people recognize the latest investment opportunities.