Paul Mampilly, The Leader of Investing

Paul Mampilly is the son of a man who started out with nothing. He had to work hard and take a high risk to be successful. And Paul Mampilly himself has used that drive to be very successful. Starting out in Wall Street in 1991 where was an assistant portfolio manager at Bankers Trust, then he went to high positions at Deutsche Bank and ING. There, Mampilly managed multimillion-dollar accounts. In 2006, Kinetics Asset Management, a $6 billion firm recruited Mampilly because they wanted him to manage their hedge fund. Mampilly led this company to be known as the World’s Best Hedge Funds. Now, Mampilly is the editor of Profits Unlimited for Banyan Hill Publishing, the company that he found.

On his Twitter profile, Paul Mampilly has been tweeting about important topics. Topics that we can find useful in the financial area. On September 19th of this year, Mampilly posted a tweet about the Robinhood Trading App. Robinhood does say that the trades are free, but the question is: is it really true? I don’t think that anything is for free. And Mampilly wanted to Unravel this app and he did. Also on September 20th, Mampilly posted a tweet about Matt Badiali’s presentation about trading and what your gut tells you to do, which can lead to danger. And Mampilly found Matt Badiali’s presentation real interesting.

Paul Mampilly most recent tweets has been about robotics, and he believes that the business model will be changed because of it. Mampilly even tweeted about introducing a live robot in Los Vegas on September 20th of 2018. On September 21 of 2018 is when Mampilly posted the tweet about his video interview with William Santana Li, the CEO of Knightscope. This interview was about the new era of robotics and how it will change our world and affect us in more ways then one. Li really wants to focus on making the United States the safest country in the world. Paul Mampilly is very motivated, and that is why he is a very successful investor in America.

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