As a well known, American Investor, and the 2009, Templeton Foundation Investment Competition winner, Paul Mampilly has key advice for his Profits Unlimited Newsletter subscribers
As a well-known American investor, Paul Mampilly has produced impressive returns working as a hedge fund manager on Wall Street. And he has also garnered credibility and important respect in the financial industry. After moving from India when he was young, Paul Mampilly began his career in 1991, by working in finance on Wall Street. Mampilly has also received large recognition for winning the Templeton Foundation Investment Competition in 2009. He came in first place for turning a $50 million dollar portfolio into $88 million — a return of 76 percent. Paul Mampilly earned an MBA from Fordham University, New York, in 1996. Follow Paul Mampilly on Stocktwits.com.
Paul Mampilly’s career began as an assistant portfolio manager with Banker’s Trust, but eventually took on more prominent roles. Mr. Mampilly ended up managed hundreds of millions of dollars for both Deutsche Bank, and ING Group. Mr. Mampilly has 25 years of experience in finance. He has also been a featured guest on Fox Business News, Kiplingers, Bloomberg TV, and other media outlets.
In 2006, Paul Mampilly joined Kinetics Asset Management. Not soon after being hired by Kinetics Asset Management, Mampilly increased the firm’s assets to $25 billion dollars from $6 billion. While at Kinetics Asset Management, he managed the account for the Royal Bank of Scotland, Sears, and the Swiss Bank.
When he was 42, Mamphilly wanted to spend more time with his family, so he decided to retire to North Carolina and become a full-time writer. He left the hectic, Wall Street life of long work hours, behind. Visit stockgumshoe.com to know more.
Paul Mampilly’s current role includes being the Senior Editor of Profits Unlimited, one of his three newsletters available through Banyan Hill Publishing. Besides Profits Unlimited, Mampilly runs Extreme Fortunes and the True Momentum newsletters.
Since Mampilly created Profits Unlimited, some of the stocks that he advised subscribers to buy in his newsletter have returns of 56 percent, 64 percent, and 73 percent. Mampilly quips that the Internet of Things (IoT) will include a big portion of our future world in the technology sector, and precision medicine in the healthcare sector.
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