Meet Paul Mampilly, an Investing Expert Devoted to Helping Everyday People Make Money from their Investments

     Paul Mampilly is an undeniably a force to reckon with in the investing and finance circles. The Wall Street magnate turned investment research and analyst currently endeavors to help everyday individuals reap more profits from their investments. Mampilly left Wall Street after feeling that it did not help everyone, particularly the average person. It was mainly devoted towards the interests of the elite class.

How Mampilly Got to Where he is Today

Paul Mampilly ventured into the world of finance by joining Wall Street in 1991 in the capacity of an assistant portfolio manager working for Bankers Trust. Thanks to his impressive work ethic and determination for success, he ascended his career ladder by scooping key positions in other institutions such as ING and Deutsche Bank. Through working with such renowned institutions, he had the chance of managing multimillion-dollar accounts.

In 2006, Paul Mampilly experienced a significant breakthrough in his career after the owners of Kinetics Asset Management hired him for purposes of managing their hedge fund. Through his excellent leadership skills and industry knowledge, the $6 billion firm experienced a rapid increment in its assets to $25 billion. In turn, this feat led Barron’s to recognize Kinetics Asset Management as one of the best hedge funds in the world.

At the peak of his career, Paul decided to retire from Wall Street. He was tired of generating revenue for only the elites and instead opted to spend additional time with his beloved family. Although Paul left Wall Street, he did retire from investing. In fact, he is the brains behind several popular newsletters such as Extreme Fortune and Profits Unlimited. Additionally, plans to establish a research service, True Momentum, in 2017 are underway.

Other Accomplishments

Paul Mampilly has won several accolades that help to accentuate his reputation as a shrewd investor including winning the prestigious Templeton Foundation competition. Using an initial investment of $50 million, he generated a return in one year, which grew the investment to about $88 million. What was even more remarkable about the achievement was the fact that it happened during the 2008 to 2009 global financial crisis. Moreover, Paul boasts a BBA degree in finance and accounting from Montclair State University and an MBA from Fordham Graduate School of Business.

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