American investor and former Wall Street hedge fund manager, Paul Mampilly, is the senior editor of Profits Unlimited – a research service provided by Banyan Hill Publishing, that is geared toward assisting the average investor in identifying prime stocks with tremendous growth potential. Since joining Banyan Hill Publishing in 2016, Mr. Mampilly has amassed a significant audience, which now exceeds 130,000 subscribers. A native of India, Paul Mampilly working career as an investor began over 25 years ago, when he took a position with Bankers Trust, working as an account administrator.
He would ascend through the ranks in a relatively short period of time, working with company’s such as Deutsche Bank, ING, Sears, and the Royal Bank of Scotland, but it was his time with Kinetics Asset Management, where he worked as the company’s senior portfolio manager, that would signal his big break. At the time, Kinetics Asset Management was a hedge fund with assets totaling in $6 billion, but under his expert leadership, the fund was able to accrue 26 percent returns on average, annually, growing the assets to $25 billion. This feat garnered him significant recognition, and Kinetics Asset Management was named one of the top hedge funds in the world by Barron’s Financial and Investment News.
At the age of 42, Paul Mampilly, dissatisfied with the role that he played on Wall Street, decided to retire, focusing on new pursuits. While on Wall Street, he’d helped to make vast sums of money for the top one percent, but felt that helping Main Street investors, would be a more fulfilling experience. Although he doesn’t consider himself to be retired, as he still a very active investor, at Banyan Hill Publishing, about Paul Mampilly dedicates his time to locating stocks with the potential to rise exponentially. Recently, Paul Mampilly has placed increased emphasis on the Internet of Things, which he believes, will be one of the most lucrative investments for the future. In his estimation, the next fours years will be pivotal for investors, many of which can expect to see returns reaching 8000 percent.