Paul Mampilly is one the financial experts who work at Banyan Hill Publishing. He has extensive experience as a professional investor having spent over 20 years working on Wall Street in a variety of positions including senior portfolio manager. He now offers high-level investment advice through his monthly newsletters, Extreme Fortunes, Profits Unlimited, and True Momentum.He says that he is much happier doing what he does now than working on Wall Street. While he was a very successful on Wall Street he grew weary of his investing knowledge being used just for the already well-off.
Paul Mampilly thinks what he does now is much more egalitarian as he can help far more people including those who don’t have the financial wherewithal to gain access to the skills of Wall Street players.His newsletters give his expert opinions on what small-cap stocks to invest in and growth investing. He often writes about companies in the technology industry, covering areas such as the Internet of Things and blockchain technology. Paul Mampilly also closely follows the millennial generation and what types of products and services they prefer. He says that so many people are in that generation that they are reshaping the world in surprising ways.Profits Unlimted covers low-risk investments that could still have pretty good growth.
True Momentum is for those interested in investments with a moderate level of risk. Extreme Fortunes is for those people who are willing to take a high level of investment risk that can feature very high rewards. Paul Mampilly has identified around 25 companies that could return as much as 1,000% that he covers in his investment newsletter.He is also an entrepreneur who launched Capuchin Consulting in 2013. He provides expert advice to other professional investors through this company. He enjoys this as it’s another way to share the financial knowledge he gained on Wall Street while not being tied to it and its lifestyle.Paul Mampilly has appeared or been quoted as an investment expert in media such as Fox Business News, Reuters, CNBC, Hedge Fund Intelligence, Kiplinger’s, and Bloomberg TV.