Paul Mampilly, an American investor, is the current senior editor at Banyan Hill Publishing. He is also the founder of the newsletter Profits Unlimited. The paper aims at helping the American citizens by making their lives better by taking advantage of new investment opportunities. More than 80,000 people have subscribed for Profits Unlimited.
Banyan Hill Publishing is based in Durham, North Carolina. Mampilly graduated from Fordham University in 1991 and joined Bankers Trust where he began his career as an assistant portfolio manager. He has also worked in Stansberry Research LLC, Kinetics Asset Management LLC, Royal Bank of Scotland and many others. It gave him broad investment expertise before branching out to become an investment analyst.
Eric Dye’s interview with Paul Mampilly
In the interview, Paul Mampilly explains that he has devoted his life to helping the average person to invest since he has extensive experience of investment in his years in investment companies. He reveals that combines his past years’ experience with much studying of the day to day stocks and the companies involved in the market.
Paul Mampilly continues to reveal the changes that have happened in the market. One was that actual trading in big investment firms stopped and computers took over and started to do the trading automatically. It meant that banks could use the information they got on the trades against investors that relied on do-it-yourself trading. The other change was that is that the Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) replaced mutual funds two decades ago.
With such an even more knowledge obtained from his profound study, Paul Mampilly continues to prove his dedication to the average American investors. He has contributed to the change of mindset that a company doesn’t have much value if it isn’t earning profits at the moment.
Paul Mampillly does not only want his clients to choose the best products accurately but also maintain the results. Therefore, he doesn’t leave before advising investors not to put all their eggs in one basket by putting all their money into one stock. He has identified this as one of the major mistakes that contribute to a total failure of investors.
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