Paul Mampilly worked for 20 years on the Wall Street serving clients such as Deutsche Bank, ING and Kinetics International. Mampilly left the dealings and is currently into helping people make money. He began as an assistant portfolio manager at Bankers Trust.
Mampilly worked hard and smart as an investor for multi-billion dollar companies. Companies such as Kinetics Asset Management enjoy the benefits of the world’s best hedge funds and all thanks to Paul Mampilly. With time, he realized he wasn’t helping people to a great extent that’s why decided to resign at Wall Street.
Paul then decided to focus on helping ordinary people to make more money from their investments. Mampilly stated that Wall Street was exciting, but he didn’t feel like he was helping the typical individual. He worked with wealthy clients who were already successful in business. As a result, Paul decided to focus on the people who require his skills to turn their small investments into huge ones. After leaving Wall Street, Paul started the Profits Unlimited, a newsletter that explained to small investors how to invest their money. The newsletter aims at giving tips to the Americans about making successful business ventures.
As much as Wall Street was exciting, the market was rigged, and this was another reason that made Paul Mampilly start his own business. In today’s highly competitive market, Paul keeps his priorities straight. Mr. Paul also keeps his readers’ needs ahead of anything else. In 2009, there was an investment competition which was organized Templeton Foundation. Mampilly took part of the contest and eventually won it. He won by turning a $50 million investment into $88 million for a 76 percent gain.
In 2016, Paul signed on to Banyan Hill Publishing, this was how he was able to start Profits Unlimited with the purpose of directing and advising the ordinary man into profitable investment opportunities. Paul Mampilly is a man who keeps other people’s needs before his own which this is part of the reason he has a successful business.