Paul Mampilly, senior editor of Banyan Hill Publishing, assists Main Street Americans by finding good opportunities in growth investment, technology, small-cap stocks, and other special opportunities. Mr. Mampilly began his long career in 1991 as an assistant portfolio manager at Wall Street’s Bankers Trust. Through several quick advancements, he soon found himself managing multimillion dollar accounts at Deutsche Bank and ING.
Mr. Mampilly soon grew tired of Wall Street and sought to help regular people instead. He now focuses on people trying to making money by investing for retirement. In his new work, he founded the Profits Unlimited and Extreme Fortunes magazines. He is now trying to make a real difference by benefiting others.
Mr. Mampilly starts immersing himself in the world news around 5 a.m. every day. He focuses on the stocks Banyan Hill Publishing: Profits Unlimited, Extreme Fortunes and True Momentum since they are most relevant to his current career. He spends 30-40 hours researching each stock he picks and also spends about 20-30 hours writing recommendations.
A couple new trends that excite Mr. Mampilly are the Internet of Things and the millennial mega trend. He believes the Internet of Things is going to revolutionize the way many industries operate. He also likes to observe millennials since they are soon going to be at the top of the US economy. It is very important that Mr. Mampilly remain aware of these changes in order to correctly monitor the stock.
If he were to do anything differently, Mr. Paul Mampilly wouldn’t go to college. Instead, he would trade stocks on his own, learn through books, and not waste time at school. He believes you learn more by working in the field. Mr. Mampilly advises others to focus on big trends and get on LinkedIn for business opportunities.
Mr. Mampilly is part of the Sovereign Society and also releases a newsletter that details how to find profits in stock. Due to his expertise, he has been shown on CNBC, Fox Business News, and Bloomberg TV.
Through the years, Mr. Mampilly has developed a keen eye for good stocks and knows exactly how to choose the right ones. He has 25 years of hands on experience in money management and while he technically retired in his 40s, he is still working to help others do the same.