Paul Mampilly Believes Precision Medicine Could Be A Great Investment

Premier Gazette’s article, “Broadening the Tree of Wealth with Paul Mampilly and Banyan Hill Publishing” reveals how the investor went from Wall Street, hedge fund manager to the editor of Profits Unlimited.

After growing up in rural India, Paul Mampilly received his first experience watching explosive growth when his family moved to Dubai. Mampilly later received his bachelor’s degree from Montclair State University in business administration and an MBA from the Fordham Gabelli School of Business.

After completing his education, Mampilly went on to work for some of the largest hedge funds in the world. He worked with prestigious companies like the Royal Bank of Scotland, ING, Deutsche Bank, and many others. He worked across the board, acting as an assistant portfolio manager, research assistant, and senior research analyst. When he worked for Kinetics Asset Management, he helped their hedge fund grow 43% to more than $25 billion in managed assets. He has won a variety of awards including the Templeton Foundation award. He won in 2008 when the financial crisis was at its worst, and he grew $50 million to $88 million over the course of a year. He was also named as one of the “World’s Best” by Barron’s magazine.

However, at the age of 45, Paul Mampilly retired from Wall Street. Instead, he wanted to help the average investor learn how to pick better stocks. He wanted to help them without watering down content. He joined Banyan Hill Publishing as one of the editors for his newsletter, Profits Unlimited. The newsletter had more than 90,000 subscribers where Mampilly provides low-risk investment strategies. He also reveals the impact of the Internet of Things and helps investors understand the millennial generation’s purchasing decisions.

In his latest newsletter, Paul Mampilly reveals the possibilities in the latest of biotechnology, namely precision medicine. In the Dial Dish article, “Paul Mampilly Advises His Subscribers to Invest In Precision Medicine”, Mampilly reveals that precision medicine is ripe to explode on the world market. He believes that his subscribers can make $100,000 from an investment of $10,000. Mampilly also publishes a newsletter called Extreme Fortunes where he encourages Americans to save for retirement.

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