Paul Mampilly has been writing a newsletter about investing for a while now. His newsletter recently hit a pinnacle of 60,000 subscribers. Paul Mampilly worked on Wall Street for twenty years, and had been a hedge fund manager. In 2009, Paul won an investment competition by turning a $50 million investment into $88 million without shorting any stocks. The competition was put on by the Templeton Foundation.
Apparently, Mr. Mampilly is much more than qualified to offer his expert advice on how to invest in stocks and make money doing so. In reaching this stage in his career, Paul Mamplilly is the person from whom billionaires ask advice.
It appears that Mr. Mampilly is almost always right about stocks and how they will move. He was one of the few individuals who could make money on a ‘down’ market.
Paul Mampilly is now a private investor, and he helps investors by writing and sending out his newsletter. He makes triple-digit gains on the stocks in which he invests, and in his newsletter, he tells people how these investments come to his mind, and how he handles these idea. Later in the newsletters, he will tell how these new idea are doing and how much a person could have made had they invested when he suggested that they do.
It sounds as if anyone who is interested in investing in stocks should be listening to this man who seems to know what he is talking about when it comes to the stock market.