Paul Mampilly an American investor who was raised and born in India moved to the United States and swiftly joined the positions on Wall Street. He graduated from Montclair State University in 1991 with a BBA in Finance and Accounting. In 1997 he achieved his M.B.A from Fordham Gabelli School of Business. He began his profession as a junior portfolio manager at Bankers Trust whereby his job was to offer assistance to the senior manager with their clientele. He later received a prominent position with the company as the portfolio manager. He was able to manage multi-million-dollar accounts for banks such as Royal Bank of Scotland, ING and Deutsche Bank.
Paul Mampilly was recruited by the founders of Kinetics Asset Management which had a hedge fund of $6billion to become the manager. The company assets rapidly rose to $25 billion under his leadership. He later became an analyst and an author for a publishing house called Common Sense after departing from Kinetics Asset Management. He founded Capuchin Consulting in January 2013. This aimed at assisting people to gain profits from their investments. Through this, he started a newsletter called Profits Unlimited where he partnered with Bayan Hill Publishing house.
Profits Unlimited Newsletter is aimed at teaching and giving the people advice about creating good investments. The newsletter comprises of eight pages with adequate advice about the stocks that Paul Mampilly recommends. The newsletter has over 90,000 subscribers that seek to gain the knowledge and skills of creating better investments. His social media has influenced a lot of people whereby he offers financial tips that help in their investments. He recommends the following stocks that people should invest in because he believes that they are destined to grow. They include electric vehicles, food delivery services and precision medicine.
Paul Mampilly shared his thoughts about bitcoin investment pattern collapsing after failing his GoingUpness system test, and he recommends the people to avoid it. He believes bitcoin prices will decline due to the lack of enough buyers to push the currency. In 2009, he won the Prominent Templeton Foundation investment competition where he had invested $50 to a profit of $88 million. This had happened during the financial crisis season which captured the industrial expert’s attention. Paul Mampilly prefers to encourage and teach his readers to become smart investors and take responsibility for their brokerage accounts.