How Paul Mampilly Helps His Readers Navigate The Stock Market

Researcher and investment analyst Paul Mampilly recently conducted an interview about his career in the financial industry. He talked about his time as a hedge fund manager and how he won the Templeton Foundation investment competition. His career has spanned a quarter of a century and his commentary on investments has been featured on media channels such as CNBC, Bloomberg TV, and Fox Business News. He left Wall Street a few years ago and now provides his commentary to Main Street Americans who want to know what the current stock trends are and what companies they should invest their money in.

Paul Mampilly was 42 when he called it quits on Wall Street. He was tired of the pace and helping huge investment firms make billions of dollars. He started writing for Banyan Hill Publishing in 2016 and his newsletter, Profits Unlimited, now has more than 90,000 monthly subscribers. The organization he publishes through achieves $80 million in annual sales by letting subscribers know the financial strategies to follow in order to grow their family’s wealth and better protect it as well.

Paul Mampilly identified the potential of some companies long before the broader market caught on. He was an early investor in what are now powerhouse firms including Facebook, Netflix, and Universal Display. He was also an early investor in Sarepta Therapeutics when it was just getting started and this company, which develops muscular dystrophy treatments, has been very successful. He also put money in when Google did its initial public offering and that bet has paid off very well.

Paul Mampilly says he really enjoys sharing his investment knowledge and strategies with regular Americans. He was really tired when he was on Wall Street and only earning money for the wealthiest 1%. He role is to provide high-level investment advice that is delivered in a manner that regular people can follow and understand. His research includes small-cap companies, mid-caps, and commodities. He seeks to uncover low-risk company stocks that have solid potential for big gains. Two things he closely follows is the burgeoning “Internet of Things” and what millennials are buying.

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