Paul Mampilly is a senior editor who is dedicated in helping Americans in Main Street find treasure in progress investing, technology and even small-cap stocks. Instead of making money for the rich, he chose to change his focus in retirement to assisting normal people make their own investment. He was recruited in 2006 by a $6 billion company by the name of Kinetic Asset Management. Under his leadership the firm gradually rose to $25 billion leading it being named world’s best hedge funds. His reason for retiring from Wall Street was that he felt it was not helping enough people. Looking at the number of people that actually needed his help he made it his mission to assist them no matter of their background. He has made his research affordable to the average American citizen.
The Internet of things has led Mr. Mampilly to believe that course of countless companies and organizations is going to be altered by it. Paul also thinks that the US economy is going to be taken over by millennial which depicts that company that use this kind of technology are going to soar higher in the coming future. If given a chance to start it all afresh then Mr. Paul Mampilly would never have gone to college rather go to Wall Street to learn firsthand from the field. He says that a larger of percentage of what he does is what he learned from Wall Street and not in college. He is a frequent user of LinkedIn basing on his thoughts that most of people who want to associate with him might want to know him first.
Paul Mampilly is an American investor who is the founder of an investment newsletter called the profits unlimited. The experience and knowledge he acquired from Wall Street and being a hedge fund manager are immense and he uses that to guide his subscribers. He is currently an editor at Banyan Hill publishing specialized in assisting average Americans become rich. He started writing profits unlimited in 2016 with an aim of finding stocks that go up and also writing a column weekly for newsletter namely the Sovereign Investor Daily