As an Templeton Foundation Investment Competition winner, professional writer, and a Wall Street hedge fund manager, Paul Mampilly has produced impressive returns in his work life and garnered a lot of respect.
Yet, before he was a wealthy fund manager on Wall Street, Paul Mampilly had much simpler beginnings. After moving from India to the U.S. when he was young, Mampilly decided to start a career in finance in 1991. Gaining important knowledge and experience as an assistant portfolio manager at Banker’s Trust, he eventually took on larger, more prominent roles on Wall Street.
Mampilly decided to join Kinetics Asset Management, in 2006. Not soon after being hired by Kinetics Asset Management, Mampilly increased the assets to $25 billion dollars from an initial $6 billion position. While working at Kinetics Asset Management, Mampilly managed many Swiss bank accounts, the Sears account, and the account of the Royal Bank of Scotland. Mampilly has also managed millions of dollars for Deutsche Bank in the area of healthcare, and also for ING Group.
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Paul Mampilly has had 25 years of experience in finance, and has been a featured guest on CNBC, Kiplingers, Bloomberg TV, and Fox Business News. Mampilly’s other achievements include winning the Templeton Foundation Investment Competition in 2009. He came in first place for producing a 76 percent return on an initial, $50 million dollar sum.
Mampilly decided that he wanted to spend more time with his family when he was 42, so he left Wall Street and relocated to North Carolina. Mampilly wanted to be a full-time writer, and leave those long hours on Wall Street, behind. He is currently the Senior Editor of Profits Unlimited, one of his three newsletters available from Banyan Hill Publishing.
In addition to Profits Unlimited, Paul Mampilly manages Extreme Fortunes and True Momentum. Banyan Hill Publishing, which provides financial strategies for those who are looking to build personal wealth, has earned $80 million dollars in sales. Banyan Hill Publishing, which was created in 1998, is a subsidiary of Agora, Inc.
Some of Mampilly’s stock that he advised readers to buy in his newsletter, Profits Unlimited, have increased as much as 56 percent, 64 percent, and 73 percent. Mampilly also said the he sold all his stocks before the stock market bubble burst in 1999, and that Bitcoin is currently in a bubble. Follow: https://twitter.com/Paul_M_Guru