Paul Mampilly is a favorite of many people who want good stock purchase advice, and one reason is because he offers it for a very reasonable price as a newsletter writer. What he’s surprised so many people with over the years has been being able to call stocks that soar before anyone else does, or even more so predicting them to go up when others say they will go down. The million-dollar question is always “how does he do it?” There may not be any one answer to this, but what Mampilly does a lot of his research on is tech-based stocks and getting a feel for what consumer interests are. It’s why he foresaw a rise in Microsoft stocks in the early 90s and later saw Facebook going up. He also says he pays attention to what millennials are doing, and one example of this was how their usage of programs like Netflix and Hulu led to the rise of those stocks. More info can be found here.
Paul Mampilly has a story of how he went from big bank and wealth management firm advisor to an independent writer. Most would not see that as a wise move, but for Mampilly it was exactly what he set out to do. He certainly is proud of the education he received and did a tremendous job managing the portfolios for the clients of three big banks in ING, Deutsche Bank and Banker’s Trust. But he went even higher than that when he took on billions in assets at Kinetics International Fund, and he even made big news as a feature story in Barron’s. Perhaps his biggest accomplishment was showing people what he could do at the Templeton Foundation’s competition in which he turned $50 million into $88 million when the subprime mortgage crisis hit in 2008, but despite all that he wasn’t happy with his career. See more at linkedin.com
Paul Mampilly wanted a life in which he could spend as much time as he needed with his children, but even more so where his work could actually help hardworking Americans build wealth for their future. That’s why he joined Banyan Hill in 2016 and started contributing articles and newsletters on building and self-managing portfolios, and finding brand new stocks to boost those portfolios. His three newsletters are “Extreme Fortunes,” “Profits Unlimited” and “True Momentum,” all of which have thousands of followers. Some of his followers reported seeing their investments grow from just a few thousand dollars into hundreds of thousands.