So-called financial gurus are everywhere today. They boast of huge profits and unlimited income, but don’t exactly have all the experience to back up their claims or deliver what they’re selling. One man is the real deal, and he want to help you become wealthy with stocks.
Financial guru and American investor Paul Mampilly is trailblazing the way for other Main Street Americans to get wealthy on the stock market. He has worked in the financial sector as a businessman for over 25 years. Most of that experience was on Wall Street as a hedge fund manager. After decades of helping the elite rich get more wealthy, he got tired of it and wanted more. He retired and changed roles. Paul founded Profits Unlimited and Extreme Fortunes to help Main Street Americans get rich with small cap-stocks, special opportunities, growth investing, and technology. Each newsletter he delivers a number of stocks that he has personally researched for a period of time and recommends readers invest in. There are people who have already profited from Paul’s advice and call him the best in the business. He also gives his readers helpful tips and advice when it comes to investing, so that they can live more fulfilling lives.
Paul Mampilly joined Banyan Hill Publishing in 2016 where he publishes his two newsletters. All of his expertise has paid off over the years and he has won several awards, most notable the prestigious Templeton Foundation investment competition. After that, it launched his career into the spotlight and Paul was featured on FOX Business News, CNBC, Bloomberg TV, and many more.
Here’s a little history on his education and career in the financial field. He attended Montclair University and received his Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance and Accounting in 1991. Paul Mampilly also got his Master of Business Administration at Fordham Graduate School of Business in 1997. He worked as an assistant portfolio manager for Bankers Trust. He also worked at The Royal Bank of Scotland, Deutsche Bank, and ING. At Kinetics Asset Management he grew the hedge fund and ssets to $25 billion. He currently works at Capuchin Consulting, in which he founded the company in 2013.