Paul Mampilly is a financial investor and businessman who holds a masters in business from Fordham University in New York City. He began his financial career in 1991 working as a portfolio manager for Banker’s Trust. As Mampilly gained experience, he was recruited by major financial firms such as Deutsche Bank Bank and ING. One of the highlights of Paul’s career was expanding a hedge fund’s asset to over $25 billion in a short span of time. This performance for Kinetics Asset Management has been heralded as one of the world’s best returns in the hedge fund industry.
While successful on Wall Street, Paul Mampilly grew tried of his job there and it started to take a toll on his personal life. He wanted more time with his wife and kids and not only make money for the wealthy. Mr. Mampilly left Wall Street and founded his own investment newsletters where he shares stock and other investment tips for fellow investors.
His goal now is to help everybody expand their wealth through smart investments and careful research. Paul Mampilly is also featured on financial TV shows and news outlets such as Fox Business, Bloomberg TV and CNBC. Below is a brief excerpt of his interview with Inspirey on the web.
Paul Mampilly was asked how he got started in the newsletter and financial research business and what inspired him to enter the field. He said that he got tired of working on Wall Street and wanted some more independence. Paul also added that he was only aiding the rich get even more wealthy and that was a little unfair in his eyes.
He launched his business because he believed that his insight and services could be useful to many more people and not just the rich. Paul also saw that regular people lacked any real advocate in the investment world that was looking out for their best interest. This was one of the main drivers of him launching his newsletter business. Now thanks to Paul’s publications, investors from all across the spectrum can get key insight and advice that was only previously available to the wealthy and well connected.