Paul Mampilly joined Banyan Hill publishing in 2016. Banyan Hill is a research and publishing house that publishes investment advisories and research newsletters. Mampilly began Profit Unlimited, a newsletter Company that guides people on profitable investment opportunities. He leverages his skills and experience in financial investments to advice the Banyan Hill subscribers on stocks likely to shoot higher.
The Banyan Hill firm is based in Delray Beach, FL. It boasts of over 200,000 paid subscribers. Each month, Paul Mampilly writes an eight-page newsletter recommending the possible profitable new stock, which is mailed to all the subscribers. He again tracks and updates them on the growth of the investments on his website.
Unlike other Hedge fund managers, Mampilly does not invest the subscribers’ capital on their behalf; rather he allows them to purchase stocks from their brokerage accounts. This is a better innovative arrangement as compared to the traditional ones applied by other managers. Numerous subscribers, through his website, expressed their satisfaction in his services. One of them described his financial advisories as outstanding following tremendous profits generated from an investment recommended by him. Click here to know more.
He moved to the United States from India, and joined the Wall streets. Mampilly began his career at Deutsche Bank as an assistant researcher. He later rose to higher ranks managing multimillion accounts for clients in ING, Trust, and Royal Bank of Scotland.
Following his success in financial management, he was absorbed by Kinetics international fund as their chief manager. The firm’s assets grew from $6 billion to $25 billion under his management. He participated in the Templeton Foundation investment competition, where he grew a start investment of $50 million to $88 million. Mampilly retired at the age of 42. Unlike before where he made money for the elite, after retirement, his focus went to the Main Street Americans.
Highland Capital Management, is one of the largest alternative credit managers in the United States. We handle over $14,8 billion of assets. We are specialists in various credit strategies, like long-only funds, distressed and special situations, Collateralized loan obligations, credit hedge funds and natural resource investing. Our clients include pension plans, endowments, corporations, governments and high net worth investors. Our headquarters are in Dallas, Texas. We also have offices in New York, Singapore, Sao Paulo and Seoul.
The company’s energy-stock picks helped Highland’s Small Cap Equity Fund nearly triple the return of the S & P 500 in 2016. The funds Class A shares, returned 31.6 percent last year. This fund is managed by Michael Gregory and James Dondero at the company.
Gregory said that Highland was able to invest in pipeline partnerships in early 2016 and just ride the wave back up as oil prices began to stabilize. Highland Capital was able to benefit from the dividend yields available in the industry when it was at the bottom.
Gregory feels that the decline in health care stocks, last year, will be a great source of gains in 2017. He cites the heal care problem of opioid addiction as one reason health care stocks should improve. He says that health insurance companies are on the fast-track to using new less-addictive pain relievers. This leaves the door open for drug manufacturers like Collegiate Pharmaceutical to profit from a new trend in pain killers.
Another company, Pacira Pharmaceuticals makes a non-opioid pain relief medication used for surgeries. The medication is injecting during surgery to help with pain relieve afterwards. The drug is doing over $200 million in sales currently.
Gregory also likes the multi-family real estate market. By purchasing properties and updating them, they can charge a higher rent. One example of the positive trend in this area is NexPoint Residential Trust which last year returned 79,5 percent. Gregory is looking at other companies with similar structures, like Independence Realty Trust. Morningstar rating service, puts the Highland Small Cap Equity Fund at four stars out of five for performance.