Paul Mampilly, American Investor

Paul Mampilly is a former Wall Street investor in business for himself. He feels that Wall Street is geared towards the elite class, and he wants to introduce the investment world to the everyday person, in a way besides giving them tips. Wall Street is a high-pressure environment. It makes you sweat. Billions of dollars are riding on deals made or broken. Good decisions are important. Mistakes mean no money comes in. Mampilly states the market is rigged.

As an investor, he makes recommendations about how to proceed to his clients, looking at both the positive and negative parameters. If an investor goes and puts their needs ahead of the clients, everything can fall apart. Mampilly is the manager at Bankers Trust, he then rose to positions such as Deutsche Bank and ING, where he managed millions of dollars for others. He quit Wall Street because he wanted to work for himself, as well as be more direct with his clients. In 2006, Kinetics Asset Management recruited him to manage their $6 billion dollar hedge fund, and under Mampilly, the firm earned $25 billion, which was named one of the best hedge funds by Barron, because of 26% annual returns.

His current client is Banyan Hill Publishing, generating 47% in 1 year. He is currently working on the bit coin market, which is profitable for some investors. The bit coin market may be recession proof. The Wall Street Daily pitched the bitcoin as being a hot seller, when it was over $10 and briefly became $14. For the last two years, the bit coin has changed from $6 to $10.

After Paul Mampilly left Wall Street, he started writing newsletters, which he wanted to put the needs of the reader first in. He felt he did good work for many organizations on Wall Street, but he felt that leaving was necessary. Books that inspire Mampilly include “How I Made $2,000,000 in the stock market,”whose story is about a dancer that follows the market in order to make a small fortune, which is something people interested in finance ought to be reading. For any investment, he looks at possible negatives or downfalls that could happen being similar to the philosophy behind Murph’s Law about anything that can go wrong going wrong. He is careful.

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