The knowledge of investing and buying the right kind of stocks is still very distant to many people that are not Wall Street insiders, but there are those who are working to help them invest just like professionals. One person doing this through a newsletter edition is Paul Mampilly, a former hedge fund manager and author of Profits Unlimited. Profits Unlimited started out not long ago on Banyan Hill Publishers and already it’s garnered over 60,000 subscribers. Profits Unlimited contains information on how to start investing and taking control of your investments without needing a portfolio manager, and Mampilly always shares at least one stock investment he projects will do well each month.
Mampilly began in the investment banking and hedge fund financial boutiques at the outset. He immigrated to the US from India and attended Fordham University where he holds an MBA. He started out as a credit researcher for Duetsche Bank and then started managing assets for clients at ING Bank, Royal Bank of Scotland, Sears, Bankers Trust and a Swiss bank. His entry to the hedge fund business started at Kinetics International where he started investing assets in high-yield funds and grew the assets under management to $25 billion. In the following years Mampilly started growing his own portfolio and was the winner of an investment competition hosted by Templeton Foundation. Click here to know more.
Mampilly had made such high profits from trading stocks and compensation in portfolio management that he retired from the corporate world at only age 42. But he decided to dedicate his time to educating the masses about investing and share information with various media outlets including cable networks such as CNBC, Bloomberg and Fox Business. Some of the stocks Mampilly has owned include Sarepta Therapeutics, Netflix, and Facebook all of which he bought at the early stage and turned around to sell high profits in their maturity.