Paul Mampilly’s switch from Wall Street to Research and Investment Analysis
Paul Mampilly launched his business career at the peak of the industry. Nearly three decades ago, Paul landed a job on Wall Street working at the Bankers Trust on the position of Portfolio Manager. Not too long after gaining the role, he landed yet another a prestigious job at Deutsche Bank. Doors kept opening, for the savvy businessman as he soon after got a job at ING where he was put in charge of the management of accounts worth hundreds of millions of dollars. Twelve years ago, Paul was sought after by the head of a firm worth 6 billion dollars to become its manager. The firm goes by the name Kinetics Assets Management. During his tenure with the company, Paul managed to raise its assets from the 6 billion to a cool 25 billion dollars. That is when the firm got the title, World’s Best Hedge Fund. With this experience from Wall Street, Paul decided to shift his focus to helping the rest of the business world make wise investments.
Paul Mampilly after Wall Street
After he grew tired of serving the 0ne percent, Paul Mampilly developed an interest in research and the investments analysis. He then went on to build a career as a research and investments analyst. With this new focus, he tries his best to help common investors invest wisely and get their money’s worth. He aims to help in the normal everyday person make and grows his money. Paul Mampilly established his own company named Cappuccino where he was an editor and published investment focused articles.
After a few other ventures, he was hired by Stansberry research as an analyst and senior editor. a few years in, Paul Mampilly left the company and joined yet another research publishing company called Bayan Hill.At Bayan Hill, Paul is the senior editor of the Profits Unlimited 8-page Newsletter. In this newsletter, he offers advice on the best investment opportunities to his readers. Recently he gave his readers an insight into the growing biotechnology industry and why it is wise to invest in the sector. Paul also manages the Extreme Fortunes trading service as well as True Momentum. He is also responsible for the Winning Investor weekly publication.