Paul Mampilly is a former hedge fund manager and American investor who has a brilliant eye and gift for predicting winners in the stock market before they become so. His career began in Wall Street in 1991 when he served as assistant portfolio manager for Bankers Trust. After this, he went on to manage multi-million dollar accounts for ING and Deutsche Bank, and in 2006 he became the hedge fund manager for Kinetics Asset Management. The $6 billion company soon become a $25 billion company under Paul’s careful and keen guidance. During the 2008 to 2009 financial crisis, Paul was able to turn $50 million into $88 million in one single year when he participated in the Templeton Foundation’s prestigious investment competition.
Paul Mampilly, in his retirement, has now turned his focus to helping regular people become successful instead of lining the pockets of people who already have more than enough. His new research service, True Momentum, is expected to be unveiled soon, and people are already enjoying and learning from his newsletters, Extreme Fortunes and Profits Unlimited. To prove that he knows what he is doing, he also created an account for demonstration purposes and deposited $5000 real money into it. His stock picks with that account have already grown by more than 180%, and his Coeur Mining pick saw a gain of an amazing 700%.
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Paul Mampilly has stated that his startups grew out of his desire to leave Wall Street and help normal people. While it took him a year or so to complete his exodus, he is happy he did, because he now is having the time of his life in the publishing business, Banyan Hill Publishing. He finds that his skills and experience are reaching more people every day, and he especially loves the fact that most Americans can afford to take part in the kind of investing he is teaching. Instead of catering to the top %1, he is finding satisfaction by helping the other 99% of people who need help the most.
Paul Mampilly earned his MBA from Fordham Gabelli School of Business and spends his free time with his family in North Carolina.
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