Paul Mampilly Takes His Investment Skills From Wall Street To Main Street

Paul Mampilly is a man from India who has worked in America throughout his professional career. He is a former hedge fund manager who left Wall Street behind and started Capuchin Consulting in January 2013. He offers his unique investment ideas to professionals on Wall Street.

He also publishes his writing and investment ideas through Banyan Hill Publishing. His publication is Profits Unlimited which had its first issue in June 2016. His stock picks had a return of 47 percent in his first year while the S&P 500 returned 17 percent. Some of his biggest winners were Nvidia, Coeur Mining, and the Mining Vectors ETF.

Paul Mampilly can often spot money making opportunities before anyone else has. He was an early investor in Netflix when he saw that people would rather watch streaming videos than whatever is on a television station. When he sold its stock he had managed a 634 percent gain. Sarepta Therapeutics was another one of his big winners. When he invested in this company it was in its early stages of developing a treatment for muscular dystrophy. He sold this company’s stock for a return of 2,539 percent.

Just about everyone who works on Wall Street eventually gets sick of it. The hours are very long and the stresses are high. When Paul Mampilly said he had enough he was 42 years old. He was happy that he could start spending more time with his family and had the opportunity of providing financial advice to regular investors.

While on Wall Street, Paul Mampilly went through both the stock market crashes of 1999 and 2009. He says that he got out before the bubble burst in 1999. Everyone and their brother was buying technology stocks, including that of companies that had flimsy business plans at best. He made the drastic decision to yank everything he had invested and sit on the sidelines until sanity returned. He tried to convince some friends to do so as well but they wouldn’t listen and one, his friend Tess kept throwing more and more money in as the tech stocks crashed, ending up losing everything.

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