Paul Mampilly, now an author who writes about his investing strategies, began his professional career on Wall Street. His start in the industry was as a humble account assistant at Chatham Street Management. He says that he provided assistance to Dorrie Rosen who owned this firm. His job was to enter Rosen’s trades in stocks, futures, and commodities. He also created presentations for Rosen’s clients and performed a few other tasks.
This was his foot in the door to a bigger career on Wall Street Sone he found an account administrator position at Bankers Trust Company (which was bought out by Deutsche Bank a number of years ago). He steadily advanced up the ladder and by 1995 he was one of their portfolio managers handling the accounts of high net worth individuals. He specialized at this time in telecommunications companies, capital goods, the stock of utility companies, and basic materials. View This Article for more info.
After working at both Deutsche Asset Management and ING Funds, Paul Mampilly joined Kinetics Asset Management in 2006. He was their new senior portfolio manager and in this position he co-managed a number of hedge funds this company operated. During the five years he spent with this financial firm he raised $5 billion from investors and led an investment account with over $25 billion in assets under management.
Like many to most people on Wall Street he eventually got tired of the hectic and endless pace of working there. He also didn’t really enjoy putting his investment skills to use making rich people even richer. He left New York City and decided to use his skillset to help average investors meet their financial goals. In October 2011, Paul Mampilly joined Common Sense Publishing in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. He handled the editing for four newsletters which recommended value stocks, stocks with growing dividends, and special situations. He then went on to write for two other publishing companies, Agora Financial and Stansberry Research.
Today Paul Mampilly publishes his stock picks through Banyan Hill Publishing. He has three financial newsletters with the oldest one being Profits Unlimited. He mainly focuses on technology firms, especially those in the Internet of Things space. He does follow and write tips about other types of firms, though. He gets his subscribers in on the ground floor of companies his research shows are about to have their stock value skyrocket through his financial newsletters.