Paul Mampilly, From Wall Street To Helping Normal People

Paul Mampilly is an American investor and former hedge fund manager. As the winner of several prestigious awards, including the Templeton Foundation investment competition award, Paul Mampily is certainly a successful business man. Mr. Mampilly has been on several television stations including Bloomberg Television, CNBC, and others.

Paul Mampilly is a successful entrepreneur. He is the founder of Profits Unlimited. As the owner of the company and author of the newsletter, he guides more than 90,000 individuals who have an interest in learning more about stocks to invest in the market. He helps these stock market hopefuls become a success.

Paul Mampilly wasn’t always an entrepreneur though. Formerly he was an assistant portfolio manager for Bankers Trust. He continued to gain experience in the industry by working in positions for companies such as Deutsche Bank and ING. These businesses quickly saw what an asset he could be and began recruiting him. While at Kinetics Asset Management, he was a hedge fund manager and grew the company to be worth $25 billion. This was regarded as one of the “World’s Best” returns.

Although working for Wall Street was rewarding for Mr. Mampilly he thought that he could offer more to the world. He is still part of the financial industry, but he enjoys helping normal people make money. With his business, Profits Unlimited, he helps normal people invest and make a lot of money doing so. Going from Wall Street to normal citizens, one would expect Mr. Mampilly to feel a financial burden, but with over 25 years experience in the industry, he was able to become profitable right away.

Paul Mampill is certainly a success story. In an interview with, he recognized this saying that the main reason he is successful is that he works “to satisfy the interests of my clients.” Not only is Mr. Mampilly a business success, he is also a caring person who wants to see other people succeed. He is not the typical Wall Street investor.

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