Paul Mampilly began his career in 1991 as an assistant portfolio manager at Bankers Trust on Wall Street. Over time he found himself managing multimillion dollar accounts for Deutsche Bank and ING. Kinetics asset management recruited Paul in 2006, and under their leadership, the company grew from $6 billion-$25 billion averaging 26% annual returns during his time at the company. On his own with an initial investment of $50 million over a two-year period he grew it to $88 million. Perhaps what is even more impressive than the 76% return is that it occurred during the 2008 and 2009 financial crisis. As of now, he works at Banyan Hill publishing in order to assist everyday Americans and their investment opportunities.
The way he was able to achieve these significant returns was by discovering stocks that were still in their infancy. For example, Sarepta Therapeutics a company which was developing a treatment for muscular dystrophy garnered him over 2500% returns. He also was an early investor in technology streaming media giant Netflix which he invested in it in 2008 and managed to create 634% returns on his initial investment. He was also one of the original investors whenever Google held their initial public offering during which he created over 2200% returns. View Paul Mampilly’s profile at LinkedIn.
Today Paul is the senior editor of profits and limited, extreme fortunes, and true momentum. All of these publications are dedicated towards informing Americans on investments that are going to generate massive returns. He has appeared as an investment advisor on significant news publications across the country. Currently, one of the markets that he believes will be a big-money bull market is the market for sneakers. He’d basis this off of the fact that many people are purchasing and reselling designer shoes for large profits. It is in Paul’s opinion that the reason why these companies stocks are soaring is because the millennial generation is becoming more and more influential in the world economy as they come of age. This is causing sneaker companies businesses sales to jump, and as a result, their stock market prices are increasing. As a lineal’s continued age and more and more of them are getting in on investment opportunities things such as Nike’s Air Jordan sales will continue to rise causing their stock prices to increase further. Some individuals have already created over 900% gains, and many of them have had greater than 40% returns on their investment in shoe manufacturer stocks.