Paul Mampilly Has Opted To Uplift Common American Investors Instead Of Making Money For The Ultra Rich
For you to achieve any success in the stock market, you have to expend substantial amount of effort—there is no way around it. But after getting that success and amassing profits, what do you do next? Well, many people will go for expensive cars and others will opt for vacation, parties, shopping and other luxuries. But Paul Mampilly chose a different path.
After achieving tremendous success on Wall Street, serving as a hedge fund manager, and winning the prestigious Templeton Foundation’s investment competition, Paul Mampilly chose to use his investment skills to mentor the average American investors. Mampilly is focused at helping average Americans invest successfully in technology, stocks, and other investment opportunities.
Paul Mampilly has unusual prowess of predicting stock market winners even before they take off. That’s why many Americans looking for investment opportunities are always keen on every investment recommendation that Mampilly makes. But Paul Mampilly’s expertise and investment success is not matter of luck; he has worked hard to reach where he is currently.
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Mampilly’s Career Journey
Mampilly’s career on Wall Street began in 1991—as Bankers Trust’s assistant portfolio manager. He worked his ways up to prominent position at ING and Deutsche Bank, where he successfully managed a number of multimillion dollar accounts. In 2006, he was recruited as a hedge fund manager at Kinetics Asset management, where he managed to grow the company’s asset from $6 billion to $25 billion. This made the company to be named one of the World’s Best hedge fund firms for averaging 26 percent annual returns.
In the aforementioned Templeton Foundation competition, Paul started with a mere $50 million worth of investment but managed to grow it to a whooping $88 million in a single year. Even more impressive is the fact that Paul achieved this during the 2008-2009 financial crisis.
Although Paul decided to opt out of Wall Street, he is still an investor. But instead of making for the elite class, he has shifted his focus to the common American citizens. He recently founded two popular newsletters, Extreme Fortunes and Profits Unlimited, and recently launched a new research service called True Momentum.