Paul Mampilly left Wall Street after the 2008 crash that people suffered while hedge fund managers still collected their pay. He has 20 years of experience, and he left Wall Street to help ordinary investors who had made huge losses during the crash to get profitable stocks. With this experience, he started his firm Capuchin Consulting in Durham.
At the beginning of the crash, he managed a private account and won an award for achieving record returns. He took a risk that paid off in 76% gains while most feared a financial collapse. He found out that the reason most investors fail is that they buy stocks at the wrong time in the market.
As the Investment Director and Editor of FDA trader, he came up with ideas for Agro Financial and as the founder of his firm he helped many ordinary Americans make plenty of wealth.
Tory recently joined Banyan Hill Publishing and had a platform for Profits Unlimited, a newsletter dealing with investments with over 60,000 subscribers that get updated every week on the performance of the stocks in the market.
Paul Mampilly has a video that shows his viewers successful stocks he has selected and displays stock performance with stock values having dramatic trajectories. He has a college degree, but most of his profession is credited by the trial and error method. A degree is a stepping stone to getting a job but reading a lot of books was the basis of his success.
Tory explained to the investment head at Banyan Hill that he thinks a trend that will have a lot of profits is focusing on the millennial generation. Another trend he sees is the development of the Internet of Things where devices can be synced to each other and performing various tasks.
Principles are very important to Mr. Mampilly, and this was the reason he left Wall Street, to help others. He chooses to use his experience in managing a hedge fund to help his clients who respect and appreciate it.
About Paul Mampilly
Paul Mampilly is currently the senior editor at Banyan Hill Publishing where he specializes in helping the ordinary American grow wealth by investing in various sectors of technology and the stock exchange market.
He received his MBA from Fordham University in New York in 1996. He won the Templeton Foundation portfolio in 2008-2009.