Paul Mampilly, an American investor and former hedge fund manager, was born in India to a struggling family. Despite the hardships he faced during his childhood, he pursued education at attained his MBA in 1996 from Fordham University.
Paul Mampilly kicked off his career on Wall Street where he worked as an assistant portfolio manager with Bankers Trust in 1991. Soon, it became clear that his unique talents would propel him quickly through the ranks. In fact, he eventually held a prominent position at Deutsche and ING where he was responsible for managing multi-million dollar accounts. In 2006, Paul was recruited to manage the hedge fund for a $6 billion firm named Kinetics Asset Management. He soon managed to increase the firm’s assets to $25 billion.
Some of his most notable clients have been European aristocracy, Swiss private banks, the Templeton Foundation, and several fortune 500 companies. Among his unique talents, is Paul Mampilly’s ability to pinpoint small businesses with unique and promising business models. He has shared his knowledge with many people when he worked as a Hedge Fund Consultant and Financial Advisory Editor.
Eventually, Paul Mampilly shifted his interest from Wall Street to help everyday people make money from their investments. Today, he serves as the senior editor at Banyan Hill Publishing. Through his writings, he tries to teach Main Street Americans how to make wealth through technology, investing and many other special opportunities. In fact, he is the founder of the newsletter named Profits Unlimited. This newsletter acts as a subscriber’s guide into stocks.
Aside from his job as a senior editor, Paul also manages two major trading services True Momentum and Extreme Fortunes. He is also the man behind a weekly column- Winning Investor Daily which is the firm’s newsletter. Paul Mampilly is also the founder of The Capuchin Group where he served as the editor, author, and publisher. Moreover, he has been featured on Bloomberg TV, Fox Business News and in 2008, he won the Templeton Foundation Investment Competition for his $50 million portfolio.
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