Paul Mampilly- the Investments guru.

Paul Mampilly was born in India. He later moved to the United States of America to further his studies. He studied at Montclair State University where he acquired a bachelor degree in Business Administration in 1991. He later pursued Masters in Business Administration from Fordham Gabelli School of Business in 1997.

Paul Mampillys career started later in 1991 where he worked in Deutsche Bank as a financial consultant. He was good in accounts as he managed accounts worth millions of dollars. He later worked for Kinetics Asset Management; a company that was worth around $6 billion.

He was able to increase its worth to $25 billion. He became the company’s asset. The company rose rapidly making extreme profits. Under Paul Mampillys management, the company was named the World’s Best hedge funds by Barron.

He made a $50 million investment during the 2008 economic crisis that generated a 76% income of $88 million. This was remarkable. He then started making more investments in his accounts. He got so many profits. He invested in a drug company and then sold his share at around 2000% increase rate. He later invested in Netflix and Facebook making profits of about 634% and 279% respectively. He also invested in other corporations also incurring gains that accumulated to around $6000.

The investor decided to retire at the age of 42 as he was already tired of working for the profiting companies. He decided to start helping the common citizens. He later founded Profits unlimited where he shares his views on investing. He tells people when it’s the right time to invest in shares and bonds. He also advises people on the best time to sell the shares so as not to incur losses. He has helped several people who have made testimonies about their gains.

He has become very popular in the social media. He is very influential. He has over 90000 subscribers who are now increasing daily.

Paul Mampilly has warned people about investing in bitcoins. He says that it is about to crash. He also advises the investors to sell their shares early enough to avoid losses. He compares the crisis to the one that happened in 1999 where investors in technology stock underwent huge losses after the stocks started deteriorating. Although people do not believe his declarations, he is certain that those who do not sell their stock in time will suffer huge losses.

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