Stock market is a tricky market. Every day the market sees fluctuations in prices. People gain profit or loss in a split second decision. For example, if a person decided to keep his high-priced shares in the investment market, thinking tomorrow the price could go even higher, would face a loss if the prices of that particular shares were to drop the next day. Similarly, if a person decided that instead of pulling out his shares which were not giving him any kind of profit, he would keep the shares in the market just for one more day and would be extremely delighted if the prices of the shares were to go sky high. The bottom line is: No one knows what kind of fluctuations they might see in the stock market. No one except investment expert Paul Mampilly.
Paul Mampilly started his academic career by completing his BBA degree in Finance and Accounting from Montclair State University. After receiving his MBA Degree from Fordham Graduate School of Business, Paul Mampilly started his professional career in 1991 when he joined Bankers Trust as an Assistant Portfolio Manager. Because of his knowledge about when and where to invest during alarming situations, Paul moved forward by managing multimillion dollar accounts at Deutsche Bank and ING. It was in 2006, when he was recruited by Kinetics Asset Management. He was called for the job so he could manage the hedge fund of the organization. The firm was worth $6 billion. Under the clever leadership of Paul, the firm’s asset rose to a staggering $25 billion, in a very short time.
Paul Mampilly, now, works at Banyan Hill Publishing where he uses his investment expertise to help people in increasing their wealth. With a resume this strong, Paul Mampilly could have easily worked anywhere he wanted and could have earned a handsome salary, but he decided to leave Wall Street because he thought it only served a minority of people. After leaving the Wall Street, Paul started a newsletter. He wanted to serve a majority of people and through his investment newsletter; he now helps many people invest their money.