There are millions of investors who want to get investing advice from Wall Street professionals. Now, one of those Wall Street professionals is helping everyday investors get an edge on the markets. That Wall Street pro, Paul Mampilly, has become the hero of the mainstream investor.
So who exactly is Paul Mampilly? Mr. Mampilly entered the Wall Street scene in 1991 as an assistant portfolio manager at Bankers Trust. After a few successful years at his first job, he was recited to work in more senior positions at ING and Deutsch Bank. Eventually, he would manage money for the Royal Bank of Scotland.
Mr. Mampilly’s big break would come a couple of years later when he was tapped to be the key money manager at Kinetic Money Management. At Kinetic, Mr. Mampilly was able to grow their hedge fund from $6 billion to $25 billion dollars. As he continued to grow the wealth of the some of the biggest players on Wall Street, Mr. Mampilly had a change of heart. He saw that everyday investors were not able to keep up with the big Wall Street players. So Mr. Mampilly decided to reach out and help the main street trader.
So in 2016, Paul Mampilly joined Banyan Hill Publishing. So, Mr. Mampilly’s newsletter, “Profits Unlimited” would attract over 130,000 subscribers. In addition to his flagship newsletter, Mr. Mampilly offers four elite trading signal services for select clients.
In a recent interview with Inspiry, Mr. Mampilly revealed his thoughts on the current stock market. Mr. Mampilly believes the biggest trend in the markets is the emergence of robotic trading and algorithmic portfolio management. Mr. Mampilly believes these automatic trading strategies will soon be in the hands of the everyday investor. Mr. Mampilly also sees Exchanged Traded Funds or ETFs as an emerging trend that will allow everyday investors to acquire a basket of stocks with one trade.
For over two decades, Paul Mampilly has learned how to master the markets. Now, he is taking his expertise to the world of Main Street. As he continues his portfolio research, Paul Mampilly will most likely find more ways to help the everyday investor capitalize in the markets.