For many people, figuring out which stocks or other investments are going to do well probably is something they believe only longtime insiders or those with top numbers skills can figure out. But Paul Mampilly, an author for independent newsletter publication magazine Banyan Hill says there are a few simple methods to finding good stocks. The main one is to look for new companies especially in the high tech area because these companies have the most likely chance of growing as Mampilly has learned from experience. He knew Netflix and Facebook would become great successes before most other people did and earned thousands in profits from their stocks. Mampilly says you also need to look at which products are popular with millennials because companies who own those tend to perform better than most others.
Paul Mampilly has had a lot of changes since he first came to the US from India. After finishing his bachelor’s degree he became a research assistant at Deutsche Bank. That staeted a 10-year banking career that included stints at ING, Sears and Banker’s Trust. He did some independent investment consulting at Capuchin Consulting for a few years, and then became a hedge fund director for Kinetics International Fund. Follow Paul on Medium.
While at Kinetics International Fund, he took over $6 billion in high profile client funds and grew it to $25 billion in under a year. He also was a participant in the 2008 investment competition hosted by the Templeton Foundation. He was given $50 million, and without either shorting stocks or putting it in extremely high-risk funds, he grew it to $88 million by using safe investments while the rest of the market was in a downturn.
Paul Mampilly suddenly left Kinetics International Fund and the rest of Wall Street with his family in 2012 and later revealed in a video why he had done so. He had become tired of long work hours and only serving rich customers. He knew his stock knowledge could benefit regular Americans, and when he heard about Banyan Hill and how other editors there had also left Wall Street to do their own investing and writing he was happy to join them. What Mampilly does is take his newsletter readers through steps on how to setup their own portfolios and then make trades. His three newsletters that can be found at Banyan Hill’s website are “Profits Unlimited,” “Extreme Fortunes” and “True Momentum.”
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