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— Paul Mampilly (@Paul_M_Guru) February 15, 2018
Paul Mampilly began his career in 1991 working on Wall Street at Bankers Trust as an assistant portfolio manager. He worked numerous prestigious positions at ING and Duetsche Bank and was responsible for accounts worth millions. He served Kinetics Asset Management in 2006 and managed a hedge fund for the $6 billion company. The assets of the firm soon reached $25 billion with the yearly return during his tenure at 26 percent. Follow Paul Mampilly on Medium.
Paul Mampilly also founded Capuchin Consulting. The business specializes in cloud based software, configuration management, services configuration, management planning, process engineering and migration services. He attended New Jersey’s Montclair State University where he received his bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance. His education continued at the Gabelli School of Business at Fordham University where he earned his MBA. Paul Mampilly additionally studied financial engineering and economics in New York. Paul Mampilly currently serves Banyan Hill Publishing as the Senior Editor.
Paul Mampilly was born in a very small village in India in 1933. His family was poor but he managed to attend college. He applied for a job in the little know Dubai and took a calculated risk. As Dubai continued to grow his risk paid off. He believes calculated risks are necessary in both trading and investing. This philosophy enabled him to make a profit for his Wall Street clients. He feels a calculated risk is how to make the most of an opportunity. Paul Mampilly realizes there are no guarantees in the financial markets but will take the risk when the odds are good. This strategy usually works in his favor.
The principle of risks applied when Paul Mampilly entered the Templeton Foundation’s investment competition. He began with $50 million and within two years the return reached 76 percent. Despite the economic crisis of 2008 he did not make risky bets or short stocks. Paul Mampilly was the winner of the competition. He found a stock called Sarepta Therapeutics when the company was first developing a drug for the treatment of muscular dystrophy. His investment led to a 2,539 percent gain. Another good example of his expertise is Netflix. His investment resulted in a 634 percent gain. Paul Mampilly has the ability to see which investments have the best possible chance of earning a high return. He has already made his fortune and now helps the average investor make good decisions. He was only forty when he retired and now lives in Raleigh, North Carolina in a lovely country home. Read: http://releasefact.com/2018/03/paul-mampilly-advises-subscribers-invest-precision-medicine/