Among the most successful entrepreneurs in the United States is Paul Mampilly. He has worked on Wall Street for over 25 years. During his career, Paul has worked with firms such as Deutsche Bank, Kinetics international and ING.
In 2009, he won an investment competition organized by Templeton Foundation. The competition involved making investments and making maximum gains from the investment made. Paul came first after he managed to turn $50 million to $88 million. The competition happened during a financial crisis. He managed to generate about 76% gains despite the harsh conditions of the market.
Paul Mampilly was born in India. He moved to the United States in 1991. Mampilly started his career in investment and portfolio management industry. He started his career as an assistant portfolio manager at Bankers Trust. He has been climbing ranks in the investments industry since then.
He has worked with various investments companies and served as a manager for Swiss Bank, Sear and Royal Bank of Scotland. All of the businesses that Paul worked for performed well during his tenure.
His successes include managing a $6 billion hedge fund. According to Barron, the hedge fund managed by Paul was the best in 2008. Paul Mampilly performance impressed a list of clients including Templeton Foundation and some fortune 500 companies.
Other than guiding his clients make profitable investments, Mampilly also made private investments. He was among the people who invested in Netflix when it was offered to the public. It was after he saw the company’s potential in the market. In 2010, Paul sold his stake, which had a 634% gain.
Paul also invested in Sarepta Therapeutics, a company that focused on muscular dystrophy drugs. He sold his stake after eight months and made a 2539% gain. He also profited from OLED Universal Display Corporation, Facebook, Exact Sciences Corporation, Ariad Pharmaceuticals, and Cemex.
After years of successful investments, Paul decided to retire at the age of 42. In 2016, Paul started a journal, Profits Unlimited. The journal focuses on guiding investors to buy profitable stocks.
The journal has received positive reviews from successful followers. Following his success in making investments, Paul Mampilly has been featured on CNBC, Bloomberg TV, and Fox Business News. Paul also writes weekly columns for investment magazines.
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