Paul Mampilly was born in India but he came to the United States as a young man where he has built a successful career of over two decades. He came from a humble beginning and had his big break into the investment world in the early 90s at the Deutsche bank.
He, however, diversified his career and ventured into fields like hedge fund management and is also well known for his broadcasts in Bloomberg TV and other networks where he gave wise financial advice to others. His long standing career as a businessman involves various successful investment decisions such as the investment in Sarepta therapeutics in 2012 where he made about 2000% percent gain.
Paul founded one of the most successful newsletters in recent times called Profits unlimited which had a huge subscriber list who he has helped gain knowledge to make wise investment decisions. Paul was a priced jewel of the Kinetics International Fund where he was a leader and led the company to great success during his tenure. Paul eventually retired from Wall Street at the young age of 42 so that he could focus on family and help the normal American in citizens invest as he felt that Wall Street did not help everyone.
Paul Mampilly has a firm opinion about the Wall Street but one thing that he is sure about is that it was an exciting journey for him. He always had a passion to help regular Americans and that is why he started Profits unlimited so that he could explain to regular Americans how to invest. Paul has a lot of investment advice especially to the average Americans on trends such as electric cars and focusing precision medicine and believes that it is the perfect time to buy stock in these sectors to reap big in the near future.
Despite being out of Wall Street, Paul still heavily invests and this is where he draws his income after retiring. Paul won the Templeton foundation competition by generating huge profit margins when he worked as a hedge fund manager. He now focuses on guiding regular investors to successful investments.
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