Paul is a popular American Investor. He is Indian-born but came to American at a tender age. He had a humble beginning but that never deterred him from making it. Paul got his BBA in finance (accounting) from the Montclair State University in the year 1991. He later graduated with an MBA in finance from the University Of Fordham Graduate School Of Business in 1997.
Where Mr. Mampilly Started
He kicked off his successful career at the Deutsche Bank in 1991. He managed accounts belonging to the Royal Bank of Scotland. He was later hired by Kinetics International Fund after they realized he had something special in him. The company thrived after Paul came in as a leader.
Paul Mampilly later decided to invest in Sarepta Therapeutics, a company that was manufacturing drugs to treat muscular dystrophy. In less than a year, he sold his share at a very high profit. He also had his sight on Netflix which he also invested in.
Paul says that he could not take any more pressure from the Wall Street and was tired of making money for the elite class. He decided to start helping the ordinary individuals to invest wisely and make their money too. Mampilly produces newsletters that provide ideas and advice on strategic investing to those aspiring to be successful investors. He frequently features on Bloomberg TV, Fox Business News, and CNBC to offer solutions to different people on what it takes to have a blueprint of success on your back.
The Future Trends in Different Sectors, According to Paul Mampilly
Paul Mampilly says that things in the business arena are constantly dynamic. He believes that astute investors should be able to predict future changes in different sectors such as the electric vehicle industry. He believes that at some point, the electric vehicles will dominate America because they are less costly in terms of maintenance.
Mampilly envisages that in the future, doctors will make personalized medicine instead of investing in generic drug manufacturing companies. He also says that people are currently purposing to eat healthy due to the presence of food delivery companies. He sees these companies taking over the food industry due to their convenience to deliver and the busy schedules of Americans.