The former hedge fund manager, Paul Mampilly who won the Templeton Foundation Awards has been introduced in different media outlets including CNBC, Fox Business News, and Bloomberg. He is the owner of the information sheet, Profits Unlimited. The expertise and experience that he has helped him give information to subscribers about stocks that are seen as promising.
Paul Mampilly was born in India, and he migrated to the USA when he was a young toddler, and with time, he got into the business world in the Wall Street. His career kicked off in 1991 when he was a research assistant at the Deutsche Bank. In there, he got into big positions as a manager who was in control of millions of dollars and many accounts for companies like ING and Bankers Trust. He was also in the Royal Bank of Scotland, Swiss Bank, and Sears.
He got into the Banyan Hill Publishing in 2016 serving as the senior editor. Paul Mampilly retired from active business and is today guiding people who would like to invest and make money. In 2017, he will come up with a research service that is going to be called True Momentum.
The thing that led him out of the Wall Street is when he felt that he was not helping out enough to promote the people. He discovered the newsletters and now felt like he is reaching out to many people and guiding them in their businesses. He is now happy that many people can afford his research services and not only rich people from the Wall Street afford it.
Paul’s typical day starts at 5 or 6 a.m where he looks into the cable market news in the US and Canada. His focus afterward is on the news on his trading services; Banyan Hill Publishing (Profits Unlimited, Extreme Fortunes and True Momentum.
His ideas come from the research that he carries out with his team. He usually spends a lot of time writing recommendations on the markets that he believe will be on the winning side in future. The trends that excite him are the Internet of Things and millennial mega trend. He believes they will affect the flow of stuff in our lives regarding sectors like energy, manufacturing, healthcare, food, travel, banking, and industries. To him, it is good to appreciate the changes in technology.