Paul Mampilly Announced As One Of The Speakers At Total Wealth Symposium 2018

Paul Mampilly is a professional investor and former hedge fund manager who has put his college education to good use. A graduate of Fordham University, earning his master of business administration there, he joined Wall Street in 1991 when he became an assistant portfolio manager at an investment firm called Bankers Trust. As he gathered more knowledge about investing and became a savvier trader he moved up and before long was working for Deutsche Bank and then ING. The final Wall Street financial firm he worked for was Kinetics Asset Management where he was entrusted to manage a hedge fund with around $25 billion in assets under management.

The rapid pace of life on Wall Street started to eat away at him and so between that and wanting to spend more time with his family he retired and left that world behind him. Paul Mampilly still wanted to stay engaged, though, and instead of help really wealthy people make money using his knowledge he could use it to help smaller investors instead. After writing for a few different companies he found a home at Banyan Hill Publishing in 2016. Since that time he has been writing monthly issues of Profits Unlimited where he shares the companies and industries he sees as the next big thing.

Each year Total Wealth Symposium is held. The editors of Banyan Hill Publishing share with attendees their views on where to invest and other issues affecting them. In 2017, Paul Mampilly talked about cybersecurity, for instance, and how it affects the world of business and investing. He says that it really is all but impossible to keep hackers out of computer systems so companies now focus on spotting hacking activity as soon as it starts to occur instead. He says many companies are also now encrypting data which definitely helps matters.

Last year the attendees of this symposium were able to earn investing profits of about 1665%. Paul Mampilly says that he and his colleagues have a goal of helping attendees this year each earn $1 million by the end of 2019. Between the symposium and articles in Profits Unlimited they might just succeed.

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