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Born in the year 1933, Paul Mampilly is a USA citizen with Indian origin who graduated from Fordham University in the year 1991, and later joined the corporate world by working for Bankers Trust as an assistant portfolio manager. Thereafter he continued to grow his career and his investment acumen by working for several large corporations such as the Royal Bank of Scotland as an Expert Account Manager where he was managing multi dollar accounts. In the year 2006 Paul Mampilly was the Manager of a $6 billion hedge fund company known as Kinetics Asset Management which really did well under his leadership as the firm’s assets rose to $25 billion leading the company to be named as “World Best” by Barron. He had also won prestigious competition that was organized by the Templeton Foundation after he had invested $50 million to yield $88 million.
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Advice on stock selling
In his recent videos on selling stocks in the stock market, Paul Mampilly states the importance of having good strategy when one wants to sell his stocks. For instance, he advocates for selling after the stock market is closed that is after 10.30 am to 3.30pm this is because during working hours there is a crush of orders and they give poor prices . He also states that how a person should sell should either be on limit order or market order depending on the type of stock that is to be sold. Another situation in which stocks should be sold is when there is negative news that has direct impact on the stock and the business in which the stock is in. In addition, he also states the need to sell stocks when one has to meet some personal expenses so as not to be stranded
Paul Mampilly has written several newsletter which are detailed with over 60,000 subscribers such as the Profits Unlimited, which gives highlights on investments and why he recommends on them. For instance Sarepta Therapeutics, a pharmaceutical company that developed treatment for muscular dystrophy,in which he invested and his investment became successful. In addition to this, he also invested in Netflix in 2008 and since then the company has grown to be one of the popular online streaming providers. Because of the success of his endevours many investors have become interested to read newsletter which has great advice on investment opportunities.
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