Paul Mampilly wins the Templeton Foundation Awards

Paul Mampilly is a holder of MBA from the University of Fordham. He is the author of Profits Unlimited, a newsletter that is offering informative advice to potential investors on where they should be aiming at when looking for investment opportunities. Paul has also published other publications on the same topic of investment. There is True Momentum and Extreme Fortunes. These publications are meant for people who want to make a difference in their lives by making money through positive financial decisions. The stock market is one of the best platforms through which one can make the necessary investment decisions. The stock market offers so many opportunities for multiplying money as opposed to other forms of investment. Paul advocates for investment in this market because he has been in the industry and has verified that indeed it is very profitable when approached in the right manner.

Paul Mampilly has accomplished so much in the past two decades that he has been in the Wall Street. He has worked for the major banks such as the ING, Bank of Scotland and others. With these banks, he managed to help them make million through investment. When he was tired of the large banking sector, he moved to the Wall Street. Here, he got an opportunity to manage billions as a hedge fund manager. Shortly after joining Wall Street. He made a great achievement by helping his first hedge fund known as Kinetic Asset management to make over $20 billion in return that year. The Barrons even featured the hedge fund for the great results which were recorded then.

Paul Mampilly worked in the Wall Street for a few more years. In 2009, he won the Templeton Foundation Award which was an investment contest. The best traders in Wall Street were put in one contest. The trader who would make the biggest return was to be awarded. Paul Mampilly emerged the winner after making $88 million from $50 million investment. He proved that he was the best in Wall Street.

With these accomplishments. Paul Mampilly recently decided to quit Wall Street and join the Main Street Americans who want information and assistance on how they can make the right investment.

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