How Paul Mampilly Helps Average American Create Wealth

     Paul Mampilly is a Senior Editor at Banyan Hill Publishing. His role at this publisher is to help average Americans earn money by investing their money into technology companies, small-cap stocks, and other investing opportunities.

It was in 1991 that Paul Mampilly began his career in the financial industry. He first role was at Bankers Trust as an Assistant Portfolio Manager. His success led to him earning a position as a Portfolio Manager at two financial giants, Deutsche Bank and ING. He joined Kinetics Asset Management in 2006 where he was tasked with managing their hedge fund. His success at managing this fund led to the company going from being worth $6 billion to over $25 billion in value. His success was noted by Barron’s who named his fund among the “World’s Best” hedge fund as he averaged annual returns of 26%.

Eventually, Paul Mampilly grew weary of the pace of Wall Street as well as disillusioned that he has making money for just the richest 1% of people. He left Wall Street and founded two financial newsletters that are targeted at middle-class American, Extreme Fortunes and Profits Unlimited. His newsletters are designed to be affordable to people and an excellent resource for discovering great opportunities to create wealth through investing.

Paul Mampilly is a native of India. After he graduated from high school in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, he moved to the United States. He received an extensive college level education that was focused on economics and financing. He earned his degrees in finance and accounting at Montclair State University. He also holds a degree in financial engineering which he received at the New York University Polytechnic School of Engineering.

While Paul Mampilly helps people create wealth through investing, he has also helped people by volunteering his time for a number of worthy causes. He volunteered for a number of years for the New York City-based Coalition for the Homeless, Inc. Along with a few other volunteers, he drove a van through the streets of Manhattan where he delivered food to homeless people. He has also served as a Big Brother in the national Big Brother Big Sisters organization.

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