Paul Mampilly: American Investor & Former Hedge Fund Manager

Paul Mampilly is a former hedge fund manager and American investor who has been featured on CNBC, Bloomberg TV and Fox Business News in various times. He is the founder of Profits Unlimited, a typical investment newsletter where he applies his experience, knowledge, and skills that he acquired from Wall Street as the insider to mentor over 130,000 followers into stocks that are known to shoot higher. Apart from writing Profits Unlimited, Mampilly manages four other elite trading services: True Momentum, The $10 Million Portfolio, Extreme Fortunes, and Rapid Profit Trader.

Mampilly was born in India and came to the United States while he was a young person, and after a short while, he joined the Wall Street ranks. With more than 25-years experience within the investment world, he began his profession in 1991 at Bankers Trust working as an assistant portfolio manager. From that time, Paul Mampilly rose to great positions where he was responsible for handling multimillion dollar accounts for ING and Deutsche Bank. He also managed funds for the Royal Bank of Scotland, a private Swiss bank, and Sears.

Paul Mampilly was born in a small village in India in 1933 at a time when the country was low economically, and people used to die of hunger daily. Fortunately, his mother died while he was just three years and while Mampilly was age 20, his father died. It’s known that even when his father secured a job in Bombay, India’s biggest City, he was not able to support his family well. Luckily, Paul Mampilly was able to pursue his education in college.

Mampilly has used his education well particularly his MBA which he pursued in Fordham University. He gained vital positions in key legal organizations while he continued to gain experience and knowledge. Several multi-billion dollar corporations were able to identify his capacity and were not hesitant to observe him as their employee. One good example is Kinetics Asset Management where he managed the company’s hedge fund and made the company assets to reach $25 billion. According to the organizations’ leadership, that was among the best performance in the organization.

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