Paul Mampilly is a technology expert for Banyan Hill Publishing as well as their editor of Profits Unlimited Research Service. Paul has over twenty years of experience being on Wall Street after which he began documenting his research findings so Main Street, “Middle America” could benefit from his experiences while shedding light on monumental investment trends that anybody can participate in.
Paul joined Banyan Hill Publishing in 2016 and already has over forty thousand subscribers who look to his investment advice on a monthly basis. With his help, his readers have generated winning trades from 20%-116% without purchasing options or making risky bets and have made between $5k-$45k based on his recommendations all within a few months time.
Paul Mampilly had an interview with Banyan Hill’s Editorial Director JL Yastine to understand why his investment process is so successful. After a brief “meet and greet” session, Paul was asked about his time on Wall Street. Paul informed JL that he grew up in India but moved to the United States when he was 18 years old to go to college. Upon graduating from college, Paul began his banking career with Banking Trust as an Account Administrator. Later, he became one of their Money Managers where he handled multi million dollar accounts. Afterwards, Paul was with ING for a short period of time as their Senior Research Analyst before moving to Kenetics Assets Management as their Senior Portfolio Manager. What he managed grew into a $25 billion dollar account. Paul was then asked why he left Wall Street and what prompted him to go into writing. Paul said that though he had had fun there, he got to the point of not wanting to sit in front of a computer all day, nor did he want the 18+ hour days anymore. He thought it would be interesting to help regular people make money virtually risk free.
JL Yastine asked Paul about his video “The Internet of Things“. Paul explained that the internet is, as he calls it “a massive entity that pulls everyone together.” Paul said that the community outreach was huge and the profit potential was enormous. Paul said that The internet of Things may turn out to be bigger than the internet itself. He emphasized the possibility of millions of devices being connected and talking with each other. JL and Paul Mampilly went on to discuss the skepticism of others as well as the future for upcoming investors. Paul stated that he understood their skepticism, welcomed it and guaranteed that the future looks bright and positive for those interested in entering the investment industry.