Everything You Need To Know About Maverick Investor, Paul Mampilly
Paul Mampilly is most widely known for his highly circulated newsletter, Profits Unlimited from the financial publisher Banyan Hill Publishing which covers a wide range of different topics pertaining to investment strategy. Each eight page document draws extensively from Mr. Mampilly’s many, many years of work and insight into the world of investing and has made Profits Unlimited one of the single most widely read and circulated papers in its field.
However, Mr. Paul Mampilly was not always quite so well known; he got his start in the world of business in 1991 working as a subsidiary portfolio advisory at Bankers Trust before the massive corporation merged with Alex, Brown & Sons in 1999. After his short stint at Bankers Trust Mr. Mampilly moved on to numerous other highly sought after and widely praised business ventures all across Wallstreet such as huge Dutch banking service, ING as well as the internationally well known German financial service provider, Deutsche Bank. Whilst working for both of these firms some of the accounts which Mr. Mampilly skillfully managed totaled well over a million dollars with some containing net total assets that totaled even higher.
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In 2006, the young and aspiring account manager was given a huge break by being offered the extremely garish and well stacked Kinetics Asset Management hedge fund. He accepted the offer and swiftly grew the $ 6 billion dollar firm to $ 26 in very short order. This earned him a panoply of accolades and more money than most people could dream of but Mr. Mampilly was not satisfied and grew increasingly disenchanted with the rapid fire, never stop Wallstreet lifestyle which had pulled him away from his loving family. In addition to that, he realized that he was only making money for the exceedingly wealthy, generally for the top 1% of the population or some percent of that percent and he wanted to do more; he wanted to help the working class. So, with those goals in mind, he broke off completely from Wallstreet and entered into the publishing business running the aforementioned monthly newsletter to help the common, American working man or woman get the most out of their investments whilst offering a price which similar Wallstreet services simply can not (or rather, would not) match.