What Paul Mampilly Says About Millennials And Food

     Paul Mampilly is an investor who is always looking for new technology and trends to write about in his newsletters. One subject he wrote on recently was on millennials and the food industry. According to Reporter Expert, Mampilly says young people are spending more and more on food services. It isn’t just fast-food restaurants they look at, they also are more conscious than ever about eating healthy and having diverse menu options. He also says that young people tend to prefer food service companies that are aware of environmental effects and are looking to go green. Mampilly has talked about how these decisions will affect future stock prices.

Paul Mampilly has been picking stocks for over 20 years both as a professional advisor and investing for personal reasons. He’s an Indian-American immigrant who attended Montclair State University in New Jersey where he worked part-time jobs in gas stations and cafeterias to pay for his schooling, and later he completed his MBA at Fordham. He worked for Deutsche Bank, ING, Banker’s Trust, Sears and Royal Bank of Scotland before becoming a hedge fund advisor at Kinetics International. He was able to grow that firm’s portfolio so rapidly it made the front page of the famous Barron’s magazine in 2006. Mampilly was also an investor in the Templeton Foundation’s growth competition in 2008, and it was here that he turned $50 million into $88 million and did so even while the recession was in full swing.

Mampilly decided to become an independent consultant some years later because not only had he made enough money to live comfortably at that point, he also felt he could do more to help people who investment banks left out. So he founded Capuchin Consulting and also started publishing newsletters for Banyan Hill including “Profits Unlimited.” Some famous stocks Mampilly has owned in their infancy stages include Facebook, Netflix, CEMEX and a few other startups.

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