Paul Mampilly knows how to pick a winning stock. It’s not just luck though, he has a portfolio that any financial expert would envy. It all started when he was a child. His parents struggled to make end meet until his father found a job in another city. Not only was he able to provide for them, but he put his children through college, something that Paul is forever grateful for. He certainly did not waste his father’s hard earned money and has made a career for himself as a financial guru.
Paul received a proper education at Montclair State University. He got a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance and Accounting in 1991. He then received his Master of Business Administration at Fordham Graduate School of Business in 1997, not a small feat in any matter. With his new look on life he started his career at Bankers Trust as an assistant portfolio manager. From there he continued to learn and worked for legal firms such as ING and Deutsche Bank. He managed multi-million dollar accounts. In 2006 Kinetics Asset Management hired Paul Mampilly on to manage their $6 billion dollar hedge fund. With his expertise it grew from 6 to 25 billion dollars and was called the world’s best hedge fund by Barron’s. Paul received the prestigious Templeton Foundation investment competition from his work at Kinetics Asset Management.
The financial guru was getting tired working on Wall Street making the richest people even richer, so he changed his plans. After 20 years in the field, he decided to help Main Street Americans improve their quality of their lives and get wealthy investing in technology, small-cap stocks, growth investing, and special opportunities. He does this through the newsletter he founded call Profits Unlimited. He also created Extreme Fortunes and True Momentum. Paul joined Banyan Hill Publishing to manufacture his newsletters. He also founded Capuchin Consulting in Durham, North Carolina to help professional investors get unique money investment ideas from the guru himself. Paul currently resides in North Carolina with his family. He loves to read in his spare time and has over a thousand book collection.