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Americans have a great appetite for investing in the stock market. Over 40% of Americans have been reported to have investments in the stock market, and a growing number are willing to make investments if they are let in on the secrets of successfully investing in the market. Owing to the need for investments, experienced investors like Paul Mampilly who are willing to share their expertise have a special place in the hearts of many Americans.
Paul obtained his MBA from Fordham University and has since amassed a wealth of experience in matters investments. His journey in the professional world started in 1991 when worked for Bankers Trust as an assistant portfolio manager. Paul has also held crucial positions in well-known firms such as Deutsche Bank and ING. Perhaps his notable achievement at Kinetics Asset Management where he grew the company’s assets to $25 billion earned him respect in the financial industry.
Paul Mampilly is passionate about investing and helping others make investments. Paul’s passion led him to quit the Wall Street to focus his efforts on helping Main Street Americans make sound investments in the financial market. He started out his entrepreneurial journey by writing Newsletters, and his insightful look into financial matters got the attention of his readers. Today, Profits Unlimited — Paul’s investment Newsletter— is subscribed by over 60,000 people. Paul attributes his success to prioritizing his clients’ needs above everything else.
Mr. Mampilly is continually assessing the market and finding new promising investment options he recommends to his clients. Recently, Paul sensationally recommended to all and sundry to invest in electric cars, precision medicine, and food delivery systems. Paul recognizes the role of technology in innovating better cars and improving the health care system. The current rapid evolution of technology, according to Paul, is likely to favor car manufacturers who are forward-thinking especially in matters technology. Paul’s bet on food delivery systems is informed by the busy lives many people have in the modern world. He believes that many people are also shifting towards healthy eating. Therefore, Paul believes that a food delivery system that offers convenience and healthy ingredients is poised to be a gold mine in future.