Paul Mampilly: Stock Trading At Its Best

His bald head speaks affluence and of course his smile. Paul Mampilly is an American citizen who was a former hedge fund manager, investor, and philanthropist. Famously known for his investment columns dubbed Profits Unlimited, Paul uses such platforms to empower and support young people who have their eyes set on various stock investment options, through his portfolio as an investment analyst. His wide experience on Wall Street has enabled him to achieve this. Currently, his columns have an excess of sixty thousand subscribers. Paul has also been featured in various global television stations such as Fox Business news, CNBC among others.

Paul Mampilly began his stint as an analyst at the Deutsche Asset Management in the eighties. Then as a money manager for a Swiss bank, Royal Bank of Scotland and at Bankers Trust as an assistant portfolio manager then, as they say, many things led to him becoming one of the most sought after hedge fund managers in the United States. Research has it that he has over twenty-five years of experience and during then, he handled direct money. He then retired in his late forties to focus on his family. Some of his best successes include when he was at Kinetics International Fund, he made the company post returns more than fifty percent and managing assets worth, well over $25 Billion. He helped the company surpass the MSCI EAFE IN 2009 and 2010 by 28% and 5% respectively. Other of his clients are Royal Bank Of Scotland, Templeton Foundation and many companies in the Fortune 500 list.

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The investment analyst boasts of helping individuals get the right stock options as well as helping start up large enterprises. He relies on new technologies, mispricing and other factors to educate his followers. He is set to make changes in the investments industry by focusing on technology.

Paul is also the winner of the Templeton foundation investment competition which has helped him gain a broad recognition world over. He has even made one company be dubbed “ the world’s best hedge fund.”

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