Paul Mampilly Wants to Help Ordinary People Grow Their Savings

Paul Mampilly is a Wall Street insider who has switched the focus of his career on helping ordinary people instead of the ultra-rich.

He has a long and enviable record on Wall Street for choosing winners, starting from 1991 when he was hired as an analyst for Bankers Trust. Soon he moved onward and upward, managing money for ING and Deutsche Bank. He grew money for the royalty of Europe when he worked for the Royal Bank of Scotland and private banks in Switzerland. For hedge fund Kinetics Assets Management, he served as Managing Director, getting the fund named as one of the World’s Best by Barron’s.

The prestigious John Templeton Foundation invited Paul Mampilly to compete in an investment competition they run. They gave each contestant $50 million to manage for two years. Whoever had grown that money the most during the next two years would be the winner. They could not have picked a worse time, because they began in 2008. From 2008-2009 the financial markets and the economy of the entire world were plunged into the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression. Investment assets all over the world went down in price. Yet he won the contest without shorting stocks or taking on too much risk. He made a 76% return, growing that $50 million into $78 million in that two year period.

Paul Mampilly still follows the markets every day as he did for twenty years as a Wall Street insider. He still picks up on technological trends that are going to transform daily life and make fortunes for earlier investors. He still uncovers the companies that are positioned to profit from these megatrends, which include the Internet of Things and personalized medicine. However, he is no longer doing all that for the benefit of European royalty or the ultrawealthy clients of major banks and hedge funds. He is doing it for hardworking middle class Americans, the ones who subscribe to his newsletter Profits Unlimited, published by Banyan Hill.

He is helping his Main Street subscribers get the same benefit from his extensive research, contacts and analysis as the wealthy used to receive from him. By following his recommendations, they can profit from the technology small tech stocks he finds. And from the special investing situations that sometimes happen. And, besides, editing Profits Unlimited, Paul Mampilly writes for Banyan Hill’s free email newsletter, Winning Investor Daily.

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