Paul Mampilly is arguably one of the leading investment strategists fueling the investment industry today and during the recent financial crisis that was felt throughout north America. Mampilly is an author, editor, and has over two decades of hands-on experience with hedge fund management, portfolio development, and investment research publishing.
During the 1990s, Mampilly worked as an investment research assistant with Deutsche Bank and later with Kinetics International. In 1996 he received his MBA degree from Fordham University.
In 2009, during the nation’s financial crisis, Mampilly won the Templeton Foundation portfolio competition. He turned a $50 million investment into $78 million for Kinetics International, a notable increase of 76 percent.
In 2016, Mampilly agreed to sign on with Banyan Hill Publishing. This company produces investment research publications and/or advisories. He founded the Profits Unlimited newsletter, which in March 2017, was noted by PR Newswire to reach 60,000 subscribers. This is said to be one of the fastest growing newsletters related to the investment industry. Mampilly draws on his experience with companies such as ING and Kinetics International to advise Main Street Americans about upcoming investment opportunities in his newsletters each month. The subscriber is left with the decision to pursue, or not pursue this with their brokerage account. Several reports note satisfaction with Mampilly’s recommendations.
Mampilly in his investment newsletter generally focuses on growth investing, technology investment and small-cap stocks.
There has been considerable revision in what is regarded as small-cap stock versus large-cap stock since the 1980s. Small-cap stocks, according to Investopedia, are classified by company value that, in this case may be between $300 million to $2 billion. Incidentally, nano-cap and micro-cap are two classifications beneath small-cap, and each is assigned a separate value range.
Paul Mampilly is an American investor demonstrating the capacity to ride the waves in good and turbulent times within the investment industry.