When you want to learn investing in as simple terms as possible, you might want to follow Paul Mampilly. Mampilly is a founding member of Capuchin Consulting and the author of “Profits Unlimited,” a newsletter that starts with investing 101 and shows how you can start up a portfolio without a broker. Some keys to investing are finding stocks nobody is paying attention to and analyzing tech trends and looking at new entertainment. It’s a little known fact that Mampilly saw Facebook in its early days and believed it would take over social media. He was right and made over 200℅ in profit when that stock hit maturity. He shares his portfolio in his newsletters.
Paul Mampilly came from India and started his professional career at Deutsche Bank. He went from credit research to taking client Investments to the next level. From Deutsche Bank, he moved up into senior-level management positions at ING, Banker’s Trust and Sears. He soon became sought after by executive talent recruiters and was brought to Kinetics International Fund.
Barron’s magazine gave Kinetics International an honorable mention due to Mampilly’s savvy investment choices and building up the firm’s portfolio. In less than a year, Kinetics International Fund grew from $6 billion all the way to $25 billion and was seeing staggering gains of up to 20℅ on annual statements. Mampilly won several recognitions for his expertise, and also earned a spot in the Templeton Foundation’s investment competition. In this competition, Mampilly took $50 million and found a way to gain 88℅ in spite of the tough investing climate of that year as a result of the recession. Mampilly also was one of the founders of Capuchin Consulting, a boutique services firm in North Carolina.
Mampilly decided to leave Wall Street even in the height of his career and by age 42 was considered retired. But he wasn’t about to completely close the door on investing because he felt a that stepping out of Wall Street would allow him to help Main Street better. He was most impressed by Banyan Hill’s newsletter space, and within the first few months of writing Profits Unlimited saw over 60,000 people subscribe. Check more: http://inspirery.com/paul-mampilly/