Paul Mampilly, An Investment Mogul

Paul Mampilly is a successful American investor who worked at the Wall Street before resigning at the age of 42. He holds an MBA from Fordham University. Paul began his career in 1991 at Bankers Trust where he worked as an assistant portfolio manager. Since then, he gracefully rose up the ranks at legal firms such as ING, Royal Bank of Scotland and Deutsche Bank.

His experience and success in the stock markets caught the eye of many including the Kinetics Assets Management who hired him to manage their hedge funds. Under his stewardship, Paul quickly grew the company’s assets to $25 billion making it one of the World’s best returns.

Paul Mampilly got an invitation to take part in an investment competition organized by the Templeton Foundation. With an initial investment of $50 million, he managed to generate an impressive return of $88 million at a time when there was a financial crisis in the year 2008-2009. Tired of working for the top 1 %, he resigned from the Wall Street to helping other small scale investors. Paul founded the Profits Unlimited and Extreme Fortunes newsletters where he advises on investment. Currently, his newsletters have grown to more than 90000 subscribers who depend on his financial advice before making investment decisions.

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Paul attributes his success to the long hours he spends researching financial markets. The early riser, who wakes up between 5 a.m. and 6 a.m. spends 30 t0 40 hours researching and an additional 20 to 30 hours writing recommendations. He has developed a life culture of contemplating on where he might have made a mistake. Focusing on the negative helps him to evaluate his investment decisions and in turn give adequate favorable recommendations. Lately, Paul has been giving investment advice which focuses on electric vehicles, precision medicine, and food delivery services. With the current millennia’s who don’t know how to cook and solely rely on restaurant food, Paul sees an opportunity to make money through food delivery services. He also predicts that in future traditional car manufacturers will embrace the rapidly growing technology of electric vehicles.

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Equities First Expands Further in Australia

Equities First is a specialty finance firm that provides a unique form of financing. The company, which was first introduced over ten years ago, provides loans to consumers and small businesses, which are secured by stock portfolios. This type of financing comes at a time when most consumers have no longer qualified for traditional consumer loans due to tightening of credit standards by traditional banks.

Since they were first established over ten years ago, Equities First has funded over $1 billion worth of loans. To date, the company has completed the majority of its business in the United States and parts of Western Europe. Borrowers of their loans find a number of different advantages that come with stock-secured loans.

One of the main advantages is the fact that it allows a borrower to take advantage of leverage. When taking out a loan against their stock portfolio, a borrower is able to use the loan proceeds to buy more stock. Since the interest rates on the loan are very low, this can provide a great way to earn a great overall return on investment.

While Equities First has a strong presence across the United States and Europe, one of the fastest growing regions for the company is in Australia. The company, which only started operating in Australia a few years ago, is already looking to expand their space. The company is now looking to open a new office in Melbourne, which will have space for several dozen employees. Space will likely be used for sales space, asset management, operations, and compliance. The company is also considering opening more space in Sydney and regional offices in other areas of the country as well.

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