Paul Mampilly of Banyan Hill Publishing has been writing about the death of corporations lately. One of his articles says that corporations are an endangered species in the United States, a sentiment that Warren Buffett and Jamie Dimon agree with. The issue is that investors only care about the short-term anymore. People don’t take a long view of company’s viability and profitability and instead just want each quarters numbers to be bigger than they were in the last quarter.
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As Paul Mampilly points out, back in 1975 the 100 most profitable corporations accounted for 48.5 percent of all corporate profits. Today that number stands at 84.2 percent. The reason for this is that publically traded smaller companies can’t survive in this environment. Most never go public and stay at privately held companies because if they were to go public they would get slaughtered if they invest in the business for the long term.
As fewer companies go public it means that there are fewer opportunities for regular investors to make money, Paul Mampilly says. These smaller companies stay private which means the only people who profit from them are venture capitalists. This is one of the reasons that there is such a huge gap in the United States today between the haves and the have-nots.
Paul Mampilly was a big name when he was working on Wall Street. He was often featured on financial news shows. His ability to generate huge returns for hedge funds led to the Templeton Foundation inviting him to participate in their investment challenge. During this challenge, which took place between 2008 and 2009, was won by him when he had a staggering 76% return. He was even able to accomplish this feat without shorting the stock of any companies or doing high risk investing.
However, he dropped off the map in 2010. He took some time off and then quietly started letting regular investors in on his trading strategies and secrets. He publishes this information through Banyan Hill Publishing and his financial newsletter, Profits Unlimited. He also writes articles about investment opportunities for other publications this company puts out.