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Capuchin Consulting – Paul Mampilly

Paul Mampilly is the founder of Capuchin Consulting that is located in Durham, North Carolina. In addition to his investment consulting firm, Mr. Mampilly also publishes a subscription service, Professional Speculator. Professional Speculator is designed to help small investors.

Mr. Mampilly has over twenty years of Wall Street investment experience. He began his Wall Street employment in 1991 at Bankers Trust as a assistant portfolio manager. He quickly gained knowledge and advanced to prominent positions at ING and Deutsche Bank. Paul Mampilly directed asset management firms with multi billion dollar funds during his time on Wall Street. Paul Mampilly was an investment director and editor of FDA trader and he earned a highly sought after award that is sponsored by the John Templeton Foundation. He also was recruited to manage a hedge fund for Kinetics Asset Management in 2006. Kinetics Asset Management had a net worth of six billion dollars at that time. During the economic crisis of 2008-2009 he was able to take a fifty million dollar investment and turn it into a eighty eight million dollar investment.

With such an extensive investment employment history, Paul Mampilly was able to join with Banyan Hill Publishing Company for the production of his newsletter. Profits Unlimited, his investment advice newsletter reaches over sixty thousand subscribers. His weekly publication tracks the performance of stocks in Mampilly’s portfolio.

In addition to Paul Mampilly’s weekly newsletter he also has an investment infomercial which allows viewers to see his computer screen and he displays stock performance. The video presentation provides the names of companies that received multi thousand percent increases. Paul also credits his success with his ability to watch and understand investment trends. Currently he is following the preferences of the millennial generation in addition to advances in technology and communications. Paul Mampilly decided to stand by his belief of helping every day people with their investments which is why he left the fast pace of wall street. He is achieving his goals of helping every day people reach a comfortable retirement through proper investing.

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