Paul Mampilly, From A Humble Upbringing To Financial Guru
You may be surprised to know that Paul Mampilly story unfolded in a small village in India years ago. His father struggled and came from a poor family, but with extreme persistence and desire for a better life for himself and his family, he succeeded. His children would go on to experience a life he could of only dreamed of Paul Mampilly and his sister where able to attend and graduate from college with degrees and their parent are so proud of them.
Mr. Mampilly earned not only a Bachelor of Business Administration degree, but also a Master’s degree in Finance and Accounting. He attended Montclair State University and Fordham Graduate School of Business to achieve his goals of a good education. The same year Paul Mampilly would start working at Bankers Trust as an assistant portfolio manager on Wall Street. From there is was all positive movement and Mr. Mampilly took in each experience very seriously. He learned quite a bit, became very knowledgeably, and then showed his financial prowess with each position he took on. Kinetics Asset Management heard about Paul Mampilly and they hired him on. He turned their asset into a massive $25 billion dollars. This would not be the end though because word continued to flow about Paul’s financial expertise and was invited to the Templeton Foundation Investment Competition. In true Paul fashion, he won and turned an asset into so much more.
At 42 years old Paul was feeling like it was a time for some momentous change on the career front. It was time to help the everyday, common American create a wealthy life and leave Wall Street far behind. This change happened several years ago in 2016 and Mr. Mampilly has not looked back ever since. Helping Main Street American become wealthy was so fulfilling and Paul loves to impart his wisdom to those who are willing to listen. Paul Mampilly founded Profits Unlimited where he helps these people with top notch financial and investment advice to achieve financial freedom. He has 90,000 subscribers who tune in to what stock picks he has to recommend each month.