Paul Mampillyacqired a high reputation on Wall Street for making lots of money, even more than most other traders. After all, in 2008, BARRON’S named hedge fund one of the best in the world. It had $6 billion in assets under management. However, the stress of continuing to make profitable trades eventually made Mampilly retire from active asset management. He wanted to spend time with his family. Besides, he had spent 20 years helping the wealthy grow even wealthier. He did that working for the royal aristocracy of Europe through the Royal Bank of Scotland and private banks in Switzerland as well as the more well-known major banks ING, Deutsche Bank and Bankers Trust. He wanted to help ordinary, hardworking people grow and preserve their wealth as well.
That’s why he has worked with several independent financial publications that specialize in helping ordinary people get in on the ground floor of great investments before they are trumpeted by the major media outlets. In 2016, he began working with Banyan Hill Publishing. He edits the monthly newsletter Profits Unlimited. He still enjoys studying the outlook for small, promising companies, especially in technology and biotech. When he finds good ones, he tells the readers of Profits Unlimited about them. He also edits Extreme Fortunes and runs the research service True Momentum. However, Profits Unlimited is the one to start with.
In fact, Mampilly relies on the same daily routine he has had for over fifteen years. He gets up between 5 a.m. and 6 a.m. and reviews all the information he can about what’s been happening in the markets. Then he looks for news about the companies he is following. He focuses on the stocks he is following for his three investment services with Banyan Hill Publishing. He works with a team of researchers to find, dig deep into and analyze the companies that looks promising. Before he recommends a stock pick, he and his team put in at least 30 to 40 hours checking it out. The articles he writes about them take another 20 to 30 hours. He makes sure he provides plenty of actionable data and charts to clearly illustrate his points. He wants to make sure readers what they need to do, so they don’t chase his picks when they go over his specific buying price recommendations. He puts himself in their position. They don’t have the time or the experience to duplicate his research. They depend on him to perform their due diligence. He wants them to fully understand why and when they should invest.
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