Paul Mampilly has been a senior editor since 2016 at Banyan Hill Publishing. He specializes in helping middle-class Americans build wealth through investing in technology stocks, small-cap stocks, and other opportunities in the market. He has been in the financial industry since 1991 which was when he joined Bankers Trust as an Assistant Portfolio Manager.
In 2006, Paul Mampilly became a hedge fund manager after joining Kinetics Asset Management in New York City. When he started at this company, their hedge fund had a value of $6 billion. Paul’s stewardship of the fund led to it increasing in value to $25 billion. He averaged a remarkable annual return of 26% which placed it among the best performing hedge funds in the world.
Eventually, Mampilly grew discontent with both the pace of working on Wall Street as well as using his knowledge to primarily create more wealth for just the richest 1% in the nation. He retired from Wall Street which also allowed him to spend more time with his family. He decided to help people on Main Street also make money by publishing financial newsletters that were targeted at them. He has established two popular newsletters so far, Extreme Fortunes and Profits Unlimited. He is also in the process of building a new research service, that he has named True Momentum, which he expects to release in 2017.
Paul Mampilly now resides in Durham, North Carolina. He publishes his newsletters on a weekly basis. His newsletter Profits Unlimited focuses on one stock each week which he has picked to have standout performance over the next year. He also provides consulting services to other professional investors like himself through his company Capuchin Consulting.
While in New York City, Paul spent some of his time volunteering for various causes. He mentored a young boy while he volunteered for Big Brothers Big Sisters. He has also twice served a volunteer teacher, once for Working In Support of Education as well as for Junior Achievement of New York. He has also served at the International Center in New York where he helped people learn English.