Most people have plans to invest their money. The main problem comes about when trying to choose investments options that will provide with significant returns. Unless you have some experience in this field, you will probably hire an investment advisor, and one of the investors to work with right now is Paul Mampilly.
— Paul Mampilly (@Paul_M_Guru) November 24, 2017
Mr. Mampilly has worked on Wall Street for over 20 years before retiring and taking up the post of a senior editor, author, and researcher with Banyan hill publishing. Here, he helps ordinary citizens by publishing a monthly newsletter highlighting the best investment for that month. Additionally, he releases a weekly podcast where he talks about two stock options and what to expect from them within that week. While all his predictions might not be right, you have about a ninety percent chance of getting a hefty return on your investment if you follow his suggestions.
Before he retired at the age of 42, Paul Mampilly had worked for different companies in various positions. His journey on Wall Street began in 1991, after emigrating from India, when he was working as an assistant portfolio manager. From here, he worked at Deutsche Bank, ING and Kinetic Asset management managing their hedge fund. While at the different companies he has been a hedge fund manager, financial analyst, researcher, author, and editor. However, he describes himself as a long-term investor. Currently, the trends he is most keen are the millennial trend and the internet of things trend.
Paul has an MBA from Fordham University, New York and over two years of hand on work experience from working on Wall Street. He uses these skills to analyze the stock market and pick the most profitable looking companies. Paul then passes this information on to ordinary Americans, some of whom tune into his podcast and others who subscribe to his monthly newsletter, Profits Unlimited for forty-nine dollars. He also writes another newsletter called Extreme Fortunes.
Apart from his numerous accomplishments as an investor, Paul Mampilly has also managed to feature a couple of times on fox business news, CNBC, Bloomberg TV, and Reuters among other TV stations. Between 208 and 2009 he participated in an investment competition organized by the Templeton Foundation. He managed to grow his starting capital of 50 million to about 88 million, despite the financial crisis that was looming during that period.
About Paul Mampilly: medium.com/@paulmampillyguru