The Sage Advice of Paul Mampilly

Paul Mampilly is a respected source of market insight with a wide following among retail investors. Currently, he is a senior editor at Banyan Hill Publishing, where he authors investment newsletters aimed at helping average investors sort through much of the noise in the financial marketplace. His work is read by over 60,000 investors, who subscribe to his newsletter to receive his market advice.

Paul Mampilly holds an undergraduate degree from Montclair State University. He began his Wall Street career as an assistant portfolio manager at Bankers Trust, which ultimately became Deutsche Bank after a merger. At Deutsche Bank, Mampilly shifted into market research, becoming a research assistant. Eventually, he moved up the ranks in market research, rising to senior research analyst at ING.

Then, the buy side came beckoning for Paul Mampilly. The hedge fund Kinetics Asset Management sought him out to manage their hedge fund, and Mampilly succeeded wildly. Under Mampilly’s direction, the hedge fund’s assets under management more than quadrupled, to over $25 billion. His hedge fund posted average annual returns of nearly 43 percent.

Paul Mampilly retired from active asset management in 2016, citing a desire to spend more time with his family. After his retirement, he began a second career publishing his own investment newsletter. A priority of Mampilly’s is helping the average investors navigate the complex web of the financial markets. He views it as his mission to dispense his advice in as widespread of a manner as possible so the average investor is not at a disadvantage when investing.

Paul Mampilly’s newsletter “Profits Unlimited” is published under the Banyan Hill umbrella. Banyan Hill has almost 400,000 readers each day. One of Mampilly’s bolder calls in his newsletter has been urging caution on Bitcoin technologies that have become the rage on Wall Street. Paul Mampilly urged investors to aggressively buy stocks in April 2017, immediately prior to the strongest leg up in the current bull market. He has continued to maintain his unwavering bullishness on the equities markets based on his understanding of the new economy.

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