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Meet Paul Mampilly – The Senior Editor at Banyan Hill Publishing

Paul Mampilly became a member of Banyan Hill Publishing in 2016. He is a tremendous writer and works as a principal editor and majors in helping Main Street Americans acquire in wealth in growing technology, investing, small-cap stocks and outstanding opportunities. Paul began his work in 1991 as an assistant portfolio manager on Wall Street at Bankers Trust. Paul attained great success and quickly rose over rank to a prominent position at Deutsche Bank and ING. While in this position, Paul managed multi-million dollar accounts. The 6 billion US Dollars firm, Kinetics Assets Management owners, trained hedge fund management. The assets instantly rose to 25 billion US Dollars via Paul Mampilly leadership and management skills. This made Barron’s refer it as one of the best World Hedge Funds for an average 26 percent annual returns during his term.

Paul Mampilly was also invited to the esteemed investment competition that was hosted by the Templeton Foundation. He started his investment with 50 million US Dollar, he generated returns in a one year and grew the investment to 88 million US Dollars. The most impressive thing was the fact that he accomplished all this in the 2008 and 2009 financial crisis. Paul finally got tired of the Wall Street pace and making money for just the top 1 percent hence he decided to go for retirement and spend much of his time with his family. Paul still holds on to investment and never consider himself as a retiree. Paul has shifted his interest in retirement to supporting people make money on their investments on a daily basis rather than making money for the ultra-rich. He is the founder of the great newspaper Profits Unlimited and Extreme Fortunes which is offering a new research service, True Momentum in 2017.

In an interview, Paul was asked to explain where he got for his startup. Paul Mampilly stated that the idea of leaving Wall Street triggered him into this idea. The reason why he wanted to leave that life behind was that he felt that Wall Street is not helping adequate people despite that many people needed some help with investing. He also noted that it took him almost a year to completely alienate himself from Wall Street. It was after leaving Wall Street that he discovered the newsletter that he is currently in. This offered him an opportunity to implement skills and professionalism to help many people from different backgrounds.

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