Paul Mampilly, CFA, received an MBA, in 1996, from Fordham University. Mampilly is a former hedge fund manager who became tired working on Wall Street for more than 20 years. His clients included ING, Deutsche Bank, and Kinetics International.
In 2009, he won Templeton Foundation’s investment competition by converting a $50 million investment into $88 million. Banyan thus achieved a 76% gain, without shorting stocks at the period of the financial crisis.
Since 2016, Mampilly has affiliated with Banyan Hill Publishing and is its “resident technology, expert.” Banyan Hill Publishing publishes a research advisor investment newsletters and, is headquartered in Delray Beach, FL. Banyan Hill is a freestanding publishing house, with a subscriber base of over 200,000 paying members and has associated itself with The Sovereign Society, which has an egalitarian point of view towards investment. The Sovereign Society opposes investing in the derivatives market because that market threatens the world’s financial system. Paul Mampilly is the Sr. Editor, of The Sovereign Society.
Banyan specializes in advising “Main Street Americans” to invest in technology and small-cap stocks. He is the Editor of Profits Unlimited research service newsletter, a Banyan product, which has become successful, growing to 60,000 subscribers. The monthly eight-page newsletter recommends new stocks. This investment advice is updated every week and the stocks are tracked on Mampilly’s website.
Paul Mampilly does not invest his client’s capital. The subscribers spend through their brokerage accounts which proven to be profitable. Mampilly does not have a traditional arrangement as a financial advisor.
It is clear that Paul Mampilly’s investment philosophy is not traditional, which is consistent with the view of both Banyan and The Sovereign Society. Banyan is a subsidiary of Agora Inc., an alternative press network. Paul Mampilly has not left capitalism, but his idea of capitalism has turned to the left.
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