Paul Mampilly – Sr. Editor, The Sovereign Society

Paul Mampilly joined The Sovereign Society in 2016, and serves as Senior Editor specializing in helping Main Street Americans find wealth in growth investing, technology, small-cap stocks and special opportunities.

Paul worked for 25 years with direct, hands-on money management experience on Wall Street before retiring in his 40s to spend more time with his family. Starting in the late 1980s, he worked as an analyst at Deutsche Asset Management and ING, before becoming a money manager for the likes of Royal Bank of Scotland, Bankers Trust, Sears, and a Swiss bank.

In 2009-2010, he helped direct investments at Kinetics International Fund, a $25 billion hedge fund, that posted returns of 67 percent and 20 percent in those years, outperforming the MSCI EAFE index. He has also directed investments for the Templeton Foundation.

Says Paul: “I will help you find the next Google, Pfizer and Amazon so you can make massive gains. Every day, I will carefully guide you through the Wall Street jungle, which is filled with people who have the upper hand in terms of access to the most relevant information about companies. You see, I’m a former Wall Street insider too. Using my knowledge, connections, and research, I find stocks that quickly go up due to…

  1. Mispricing from human emotion or Wall Street manipulation
  2. New technologies a company has created to solve a known need in the marketplace
  3. The company has an unknown edge that only the insiders and early investors are aware of.

I believe our lives will be revolutionized by the technologies now hitting the marketplace. This revolution is going to generate huge investment opportunities for making money — for people who understand what companies are going to benefit, and what stocks to buy. The opportunity is here for you to obtain once-in–a-lifetime generational wealth. That’s why I’m going to make technology and investment trends a big part of what I write.”


Where do I find latest edition or archives of Paul Mampilly’s weekly podcasts? The last one I have a transcript of is Dec 13, 2016. Is that the last one he did??
R D Stageberg

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