Every day, there are news reports regarding the stock market, but only a few people see the opportunities. Interest only a Third of Americans invest in stock market. One man, Paul Mampilly, is determined, to enlighten ordinary American investors, refrain from keeping idle cash in savings accounts, earning low-interest rates, but instead invest in alternatives like the stock market. Paul is the stock market guru, with proven experience in stock market analysis. He shares his wisdom with potential investors on his publications.Paul Mampilly Company, Banyan Hill Publishing Company, specialize in investment newsletters that offers practical advice on how to invest in stocks.
Through profits unlimited, a magazine aimed at empowering main street investors with more than 60,000 subscribers, Paul gives the recommended stocks to guarantee value for your money. Investors who visit his official webpage read picks and everything you need to know about investment. Paul Mampilly is also an editor of True Momentum and Extreme Fortunes, publications that provide insights into the investment world. He also writes articles for investor daily.Before founding his business empire, Paul Mampilly had an impressive career. He was a hedge fund manager, at Kinetics Asset management, where he successfully ran the company. Under Paul’s leadership, the company rose $25 billion.
It was named as world’s best hedge fund, with a return of 26%. Paul has also been a senior investment manager at Deutsche Bank and ING, and managed funds for the Royal Bank of Scotland, as well as the private Swiss bank.Paul has been an investor too at the Wall Street, and his investments have been very successful. He retired at the age of 42 but chose to venture into his world of advising people about finance, stocks, and investment. He later turned focus to main street Americans, to share his job success with upcoming investors, having worked for super-rich at the Wall Street. He advises people to look for technologies related companies and invest their stocks. Such include, in areas of medicine, internet of things, blockchain technologies, and electric cars, among others.
— Paul Mampilly (@MampillyGuru) September 20, 2018