Paul Mampilly- Business Mogul Guiding Everyday Investors

Paul Mampilly suggests that first-time investors must pay attention to new technological developments as they drive the bull markets. He predicted that Americans will have a preference for electric vehicles over cars that need gas. The maintenance of electric vehicles is less complex as they only have three parts that move. Therefore, the investment of electric vehicles is appealing to investors. Investment in genetic testing companies is also recommended as genetic testing allows for accurate disease diagnosis and proper treatment. Food delivery systems focusing on healthy menus are a favorable investment because people are less likely to eat out. Mr. Mampilly enjoys tracking millennials as he sees that they are beneficial for the U.S. economy.

Mampilly is famous for his Profits Unlimited newsletter, which has 60,000 subscribers. It has eight pages and is published on a monthly basis. He was the winner of an Templeton Foundation investment competition in 2009 as he turned $50 million into $88 million, and his Linkedin.

Paul Mampilly founded Capuchin Consulting and Capuchinomics at the same time in January 2013. He has been featured on television networks, such as Bloomberg TV and CNBC. Paul Mampilly started his finance career at the Deutsche Bank in 1991. Account management was Mampilly’s first role at the Deutsche Bank. Then, he was promoted to assistant portfolio manager and portfolio manager.Paul was also account manager at the Royal Bank of Scotland. For five years, Mampilly served as senior portfolio manager at Kinetics Asset Management. He was an author and analyst at three companies: Stansberry Research, Agora Financial, and Common Sense Publishing. Paul Mampilly was a research analyst at Deutsche Asset Management and ING Funds. After the 2008 and 2009 financial crisis, he retired at age 42 to be an author for the Winner Investor Daily.

Mr. Mampilly completed his Bachelor’s in Business Administration at Montclair State University. His concentrations were accounting and finance. While studying as an undergraduate, he worked as an account assistant at Chatham Street Management. As a graduate student, Paul got his MBA in Finance from the Fordham Graduate School of Business. He has taken continuing education courses in economics and financial engineering. Mamphilly went to elementary school in India and completed his high school education in the United Arab Emirates.

Mampilly has also demonstrated a commitment to social responsibility. He was a volunteer teacher for Working In Support of Education and Junior Achievement of New York, and Paul on Facebook.

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