Paul Mampilly: Investment Genie

Paul Mampilly has had almost every finance-related job possible. He is a real investment genius with a formidable personal investment portfolio. In 2008, he saw the trends favoring Netflix and bought the stock then sold in May of 2010 for a 634% gain. In 2012, to further demonstrate his immense investment talents he bought shares in Sarepta Therapeutics while they were in the infancy stages of developing a drug then sold eight months later for a 2,539% gain. On an interview, he discloses that he got tired of attending to the rich Wall Street.

Wonder kid?
Starting as an analyst at Deutsche Asset Management in the late 1980s, Paul has been part of a team that managed a $23 Billion mutual fund and $6 Billion hedge fund. He holds an MBA from Fordham University in New York and is a Chartered Financial Analyst. In 2009, Mr. Mampilly won the Templeton Foundation investment competition. He managed to grow $50 Million by 76% in one year. In a move that impressed everyone he made the $88 Million during the 2008-2009 economic crises without shorting stocks.

Something for the Simple Citizens
He has had Fortune 500 companies for clients in his more than 20-year career on Wall Street. Paul Mampilly got tired of making money for the super rich crowd and retired in his 40s. He, however, does not consider himself retired as now he helps the everyday American make money from a variety of investments. In 2016, Paul Mampilly joined forces with Banyan Publishing to help Main Street Americans find wealth in growth investing, technology, small cap stocks and special opportunities.

Today his newsletter reaches over 60,000 subscribers with a stock of the month. Good things have been said about his stock picks with people reporting up to hundreds of thousands of dollars in returns. Profits Unlimited Research is eight pages of pure investment glory. In June, he wrote about a semiconductor company in his newsletter only to have its stocks go up 160%.

Paul Mampilly also manages trading services Extreme Fortunes and True Momentum. In addition to writing and being a senior editor for his newsletter Paul Mampilly also writes a weekly column for Banyan Publishing’s free newsletter; Winning Investor Daily. Subscribers and readers of his articles only have good things to say about this former hedge fund manager.