Paul Mampilly Investment Strategist and Guru


The host of well-known Entrepreneur Podcast Network, Eric Dye, had as guest Paul Mampilly. Years, after he received his Masters in Business Administration from Fordham University, he started showing the experience he had picked up at his former employer’s was making him the financial guru he would later be called. After having worked as an assistant portfolio manager at Bankers Trust, Paul Mampilly moved onto ING and Deutsche Bank; he landed a job at Kinetics Asset Management. He began working as the portfolio manager at Kinetic Asset Management and helped grow their portfolio to a staggering $25B. That Kinetics Hedge Fund is called “the World’s Best,” by Barron’s.

Moving on from Corporate Wall Street

After nearly twenty years of showing the tools of his trade on Wall Street by helping large corporations extend their profits by managing portfolios, Paul Mampilly believed it was a time to help others who may be less fortunate and not have the same opportunities as those he had been so used to helping. He had already formed the principles for a successful investing strategy that showed consistently positive returns of 84% in his investments. He decided to share his investment strategies with others and first founded his own company Capuchin Consulting in 2013.

Move to Banyan Hill

In 2016, Banyan Hill Publishing invited Paul Mampilly to be the chief editor. He now writes for four newsletters which focus on helping the working investor to gain big returns for using his investor strategies. Today, thru the 90K subscribers to the Banyan Hill Publishing newsletters he is fulfilling his dream to b able to pass on his financial knowledge of investing to the common person who seeks to take their own investments in hand.

Profits Unlimited

One of his newsletters Profits Unlimited is one of the most sought-after expert publications in the investment world, where Paul Mampilly shows unseen opportunities in the marketplace as well as prescriptive advice for big returns on investment. He passes all of his research before his investment team before passing it onto his clients. He enjoys “helping common people make money.”

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