Paul Mampilly was born in India but moved to the United States when he was 19 years old to pursue further education. For 20 years, Mampilly working on Wall Street as a financial expert. The highlight of his career was working as a hedge fund manager. In 1991, he was recruited by Bankers Trust where he worked as an assistant portfolio manager. Later he was employed by Deutsche Bank to manage accounts for world millions. As he gained experience in the financial industry, his responsibilities grew, and he was put in charge of accounts worth more money. Later, he worked with the Royal Bank of Scotland before joining Kinetics Asset Management as a hedge fund manager. At some point, he grew tired of working on Wall Street and decided to pursue his own investments.
By the age of 42 years, Paul Mampilly was already a successful investor. He wanted his success to be duplicated to many other Americans. He, therefore, left Wall Street so that he could concentrate on helping the average American investor to gain financial comfort. Since he has a passion for writing, Mampilly started the Profits Unlimited newsletter which contains valuable investment ideas and strategies for fellow investors. What makes Paul Mampilly unique is that he is able to make predictions that are proven to be right by the market. So, when he makes predictions, fellow investors take him with greater seriousness. In 2009, he won the Templeton Foundation competition after beating other small traders on the Wall Street. With $50 million each, the competitors why to engage in an investment battle for one year. At the end of the year, Paul Mampilly emerged the winner with $88 million. Today, it is common to see Paul Mampilly on different news media such as Bloomberg, CNBC and Fox Business News.
Paul Mampilly has made some predictions about the business sector in 2019. One thing that comes out clearly from his predictions is that 2019 will be the year when consumer data will have a great impact on how businesses run their operations. 2019 will see many companies prioritize the acquisition of valuable consumer data before engaging in product development or sales. Paul Mampilly Has Struck Gold Again