Paul Mampilly; a giant in the financial investment industry

Among the investment experts known in the industry, Paul Mampilly stands out as being the best. His background reveals deep expertise as an investor. It places him at a spot in the eyes of other investors where his financial investment advice never goes unnoticed.

Paul is a graduate of Fordham University from where he specialized in the area of finance. He has worked in many kinds of companies dealing with funds such as banks and financial investment firms. The banks Paul has served in include Bankers Trust, Deutsche Bank, and ING where they experienced considerable growth and transformation with him on board their executive teams. Kinetics Asset Management tremendously grew its worth of managed assets while Paul was the company’s financial steward.

Paul Mampilly no longer works for corporations. He has dedicated his time, money, and energy as a research analyst to help the standard day to day investors countrywide. Paul is the editor of the monthly newsletter known as Profits Unlimited where he keeps updating his investors on the market trends. The newsletter that informs on numerous investment opportunities has thousands of subscribers.

Paul works from Banyan Hill Publishing where he has been in the company for nearly two years now. He also mans Extreme Fortunes and True Momentum, two companies that are involved in trading businesses. Apart from the monthly Profits Unlimited, Paul also uses Winning Investor Daily to reach out to the common investor where he manages a weekly column.

In a recent interview with Eric Dye on Enterprise Radio, Paul Mampilly in his 20-year experience touches on the changes the stock market has undergone. He reveals that the introduction of computers has brought the most significant change in the history of the market. He explains that the computers replaced human beings and are even better at what they are programmed to do.

In the interview, Paul Mampilly mentions that placing all of one’s money on one stock bet is the greatest mistake an investor could do. He highly recommends that investors should invest in more than one opportunity and also with small amounts of resources to maximize profits and also to minimize loss.