Giving Expert Advice to the Everyday American
The American Investor, Paul Mampilly was the recipient of the Templeton Foundation competition. For 25 years Mampilly has invested himself in helping large corporations make more and more money from their investments by applying his investment strategies to their portfolios. Mampilly has been covered by Fox Business Week and Bloomberg TV. One of the reasons he is so well covered by media is because of the solid advice others receive from listening to him share his investment strategies. There recently came a time in his career when he sought to shift from helping the large corporations, so much part of his life for 25 years, to support the “Main Street Americans.” Paul Mampilly understood that not every American has the same background of understanding of how to invest, while others have had plenty of opportunities to make their wealth.
These later Americans are the ones Paul Mampilly is seeking to help since his founding Capricorn Investing (2013) and more recently becoming the primary editor at Banyan Hill Publishing (2016).
His financial career spans over two decades, ranging from his working with Bankers Trust in 1991 to work as an analyst for Stansbury Research in 2015. He made a big career move in 2016 when he began a new aspect of applying his investment strategies when he joined Banyan Hill Publishing as chief editor. Now he spends his time writing expert advice for Working Americans who have a desire to take their investment into their own hands, but still, need expert recommendations and prescriptive advice from those who know where best to enter the market and retain their profits securely.
Editor at Banyan Hill
Paul Mampilly writes for four newsletters for Banyan Hill but his primary responsibility is for Profits Unlimited. He also writes for Extreme Fortunes, True Momentum and Winning Investor Daily. In each edition of the newsletters, investors gain major insights that can make them huge gains by applying the strategies shared by expert advice. Paul Mampilly passes his research and analysis before a team of other analyst and researchers before it finally gets to the working Americans.