Paul Mampilly is a former hedge fund manager turned Robin Hood, only he’s not stealing. He’s one of the few wealth managers who actually want to help regular Americans find wealth. Most financial advisors trying to help mainstream Americans write massive, heavily worded books that no one buys.
Paul Mampilly is helping Americans through newsletters and creating safe places for them to learn about trading. This is way more than any other advisor ever did for mainstream America, which is one of the reasons so many Americans trust Paul Mampilly. To date, his most popular newsletter, Profits Unlimited, has more than 90,000 subscribers.
Another reason they trust him is that he’s been on TV on more than one occasion. Usually, financial experts are only on TV when they’re scamming people, not giving sound advice. Paul Mampilly spent 25 years of his life making the rich richer, so he knows how to make money. Visit Bloomberg to know more about Paul Mampilly.
In recent years, he’s been on CNBC, FOX Business News, and Bloomberg TV more than once. Famous for his expert investment suggestions, Profits Unlimited is the number one financial newsletter produced by Banyan Hill Publishing. He joined the company in 2016 after spending years looking for the right way to educate the public.
Before his change of heart, making money for the wealthy was his entire world. He moved to the United States in the late 80s and started working on Wall Street in 1991. His first job was at Bankers Trust where he was an assistant portfolio manager.
After years with Bankers Trust, he worked his way up to more prominent positions at banks like Deutsche Bank and ING. There, he managed some of their highest-profile multimillion-dollar accounts. Years later, Kinetics Asset Management wanted him to join their ranks.
In 2006, he joined Kinetics Asset and headed up many of their multimillion-dollar accounts. Within a few years, the firm, which once managed $6 billion in assets, rose to managing $25 billion in assets thanks to Paul Mampilly’s leadership. Atop that, the firm also became known as the “World’s Best” hedge fund by many sources.
Mr. Mampilly averaged an astounding 26 percent when it came to returns throughout his career at Kinetics Asset. He even made money during the ’08 and ’09 financial crisis.