Known within the investment and clientele circles as ‘Guru in finance and investment,’ Paul Mampilly has had to put in hard work, diligence at both in learning and practice to acquire such status. Paul Mampilly graduated with an MBA, Finance from Fordham Gabelli School of Business, in 1997. Degrees in Financial Engineering from New York University Polytechnic School of Engineering in 1999, Economics from City University of New York-Hunter College, 1994, Business Administration, Seton Hall University and BBA, Finance and Accounting Montclair State University acquiring knowledge to be the respectable investor and financial advisor he is today.
Paul Mampilly started off at Wall Street in 1991 as an assistant portfolio manager with Bankers Trust. He then went on to garner more than 25 years experience as hedge fund and portfolio manager in various reputable firms. He served as a Money Manager at the Royal Bank of Scotland, was an Analyst at Deutsche Bank and a Managing Director at Kinetics Asset Management LLC.
Since 2016 Paul has been serving as the Senior Editor at Banyan Hill Publishing. While at this, Paul Mampilly developed the desire to cater to the vast central street Americans who were not profiting from Wall Street by establishing Profits Unlimited newsletter. Through this media, Paul provides carefully analyzed investment tips to inform his subscribers’ investment choices. He also runs two trading service outfits, Extreme fortunes, and True Momentum.
Paul Mampilly’s prowess in stock trading and portfolio management has stood the test of time. While managing hedge fund at Kinetics Asset management, Paul was able to see the company’s asset base grow from $6 Billion to $25 Billion averaging 26% annual returns earning the firm recognition as ‘Worlds Best.’ To challenge his financial knowledge and trading genius further Mr. Mampilly took part in a Templeton Foundation sponsored the contest. With a starting investment capital of $50 million, Paul was able to grow his investment to 88 million despite the then prevailing, 2008-2009, financial crisis.