Paul Mampilly knows a lot about stocks. He even advises his reader of Profits Unlimited what stocks to invest in at what time. He has had a successful career in the span of his lifetime and has plenty more to offer the world.
Paul buckled down and received a proper education at Montclair State University in Montclair, New jersey. There he got his Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance and Accounting in 1991. He continued to get his Master of Business Administration six years later in 1997 at Fordham Graduate School of Business. Paul Mampilly has worked in the business for over 25 years, so he has a lot of good advice to share with anyone who wants to listen. His career started at Deutsche Bank IN 1991, after he received his degree. There he managed million dollar accounts with ease. He did the same for The Royal Bank of Scotland. Paul worked on Wall Street as a hedge fund manager for decades, but first started his career there at Bankers Trust as a Assistant Portfolio Manager in 1991. Soon after Paul Mampilly became the leader of Kinetics Asset Management after they heard of his excellent work. He brought the company to a huge success. Even Barron’s, America’s premier financial magazine, named it the “World’s Best” hedge fund.
This savvy financial expert even won several awards including the very prestigious Templeton Foundation investment competition. He has been featured on a number of newchannels on TV including CNBC, Bloomberg TV, and FOX Business News. After a long stint on Wall Street he got tired of making the 1 percent even richer so he quit to help Main Street Americans grow their wealth. In 2016 he joined Banyan Hill Publishing. He works there as a senior editor hyelping people with their finances. He founded newsletters Extreme Fortunes, Profits Unlimited, and coming soon True Momentum, a research service. In his newsletter Profits Unlimited Paul Mampilly lists stocks that he suggest readers invest in. He does a lot of research to make sure each stock in a smart investment for the future of his readers.