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Why Paul Mampilly Share HIs Investing Knowledge With Regular Investors

For about 20 years Paul Mampilly held jobs on Wall Street. He had been an analyst at one point in his career but by the time he left at age 42 he was managing a multibillion-dollar hedge fund. One of his proudest achievements was winning the Templeton Foundation investment competition where he beat other hedge fund managers gains over the course of a year. His success led to him being featured on cable shows covering money and investments as they sought his insight into what would be the next big thing to invest in.

Today Paul Mampilly focuses on providing regular people with the research he does in regards to what companies to invest in. He puts together Profits Unlimited which is a subscription-based monthly financial newsletter. He also operates a couple of top trading services which are True Momentum and Extreme Fortunes. His goal is to help regular investors make money in the stock market by investing in the small and mid-cap companies he recommends to them.

Another way that Paul Mampilly shares his investing experience is through public speaking. Later this year he will be speaking at the Total Wealth Symposium which is an annual event. He says that last years attendees were able to achieve returns of greater than 1665% between them. The goal for this year, he says, is to provide the information attendees need that will make each of them a millionaire.

During the 2017 Total Wealth Symposium, he talked about cybersecurity and why that was an industry to invest in. As more and more companies need to lock down their cybersecurity efforts they need outside companies in this industry to come in and make their systems more secure. Paul Mampilly says that cybersecurity experts know that anymore it is really impossible to completely keep hackers out of computer systems. The focus has switched to detecting this hacking in real-time, he says, and immediately reacting to it. Companies have also made strides in regards to encrypting data to the point where it doesn’t leak out during a hacking attempt.

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