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Paul Mampilly: Guiding Everyday Americans Make Money On Their Investments


Paul Mampilly is a renowned investor and hedge fund expert. He was born in India but later moved to the United States. Mr. Mampilly attended the Fordham Gabelli School of Business (M.B.A in Finances), City University of New York-Hunter College (Economics course), the Montclair State University (BBA in Finance Accounting) and the Seton Hall University (Business Administration course). He also trained for Financial Engineering at NYU Tandon School of Engineering.

After finishing his studies, he joined Deutsche Bank as a research assistant. He later moved into money management jobs at ING, Bankers Trust, Sears, Royal Bank of Scotland, and a private Swiss bank.

In 2010, Mampilly was recruited by Kinetics Mutual Funds, Inc. to take on a management role. The hedge fund firm thrived once Mampilly stepped in. Under his leadership, the company’s assets reached $25 billion.

He was invited to the Templeton Investment competition thanks to his ability to spot investments that could yield high returns. Mampilly won the Foundation’s investment competition and took a $50 million investment. He Was able to generate a return in a single year; he grew the investment to $88 million.

Despite his success, he grew tired of Wall Street and retired in his early 40s. Paul Mampilly decided that instead of helping the ultra-rich make money, he would shift his focus to helping the Main Street Americans make money on their investments. Currently, he runs the investment newsletters Profits Unlimited and Extreme Fortunes. The former has more than 600,000 subscribers and is considered as one of the fastest growing newsletters in the investment industry.

Paul Mampilly is turning the tables of the financial industry around. Instead of investing the capital for his customers, he advises them on the best stocks and let them buy under their own accounts. This approach is working well, and there are positive reviews of Mampilly’s stocks advice.

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