Meet Paul Mampilly; An Investment Advisor

Paul Mampilly is a focused businessman with unmatched abilities. Paul has distinguished himself in the finance and investment industry in offering great advice through Profits Unlimited an Extreme Fortunes. Mampilly has featured on television broadcasts like CNBC and Bloomberg TV where he shares his knowledge in business. Mampilly mostly specializes in the stock market, and he aims to help many individuals to make the most out of their money.

At Bankers Trust, Wall Street is where Paul begun his profession as a portfolio assistant manager. Later he worked at ING and Deutsche Banks where he took high-ranked offices and was in charge their big accounts. With his abilities and experience, Kinetics Asset Management employed him to manage their hedge funds. When they employed Mampilly, Kinetics Asset Management was worth $6 billion. But after Mampilly leadership, Kinetics firm assets grew to $25 billion.

His unique knowledge in business didn’t stop there. Templeton Foundation invited Mampilly to participate in big investment competition where great investor competed. Paul Mampilly won the Templeton competition comfortably as he managed to invest $50 million, and within a year the investment had grown up to $88 million. On top of that, Paul has invested in Sarepta Therapeutics and Netflix and later sold his shares which gave him significant gains. With his experience, he gives advice on which companies to invest in and when to do it.

Paul Mampilly said he left Wall Street because he felt it wasn’t helping many people. After leaving, he aimed at helping the local people by offering guidance on proper investments. Through newsletter ‘Profits Unlimited‘ Paul can reach many individuals. He is dedicated to offering credible investment advice that will change the lives of many local people. Before giving investment advice, Paul focuses on the positive and negative aspects of a recommendation.

Paul Mampilly uses great strategies to make his business grow and expand. His priorities are straight, and with his newsletter, he addresses the readers needs before anything else. Mampilly also makes money in the stock exchange market using few basic principles that address various buying and selling patterns. Paul Mampilly knows that in business there are ups and downs, but one needs to adjust to overcome the challenges.

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Alexandre Gama: Meet Brazil’s Advertising Guru

Alexandre Gama is a prominent Brazilian businessman mainly in the advertising and media. He was born in 1958 in Rio de Janeiro. Gama is a graduate of Fundacao Alvares Foundation in Advertising and Propaganda. He is the CEO and founder of Neogama, a Brazilian advertising agency which he founded in 1999. In 2002 Neogama merged with BBH becoming Neogama/BBH whereby Neogama retained the majority stake in the resulting company.

According to Wikipedia, Mr. Gama has worked for many other companies before founding Neogama. He began his advertising career in 1982 as a writer at Standart Ogilvy. He then moved to DM9 where he worked for four years as a copywriter. Mr. Gama has also worked for AlmapBBDO as its vice president of creation and as the president and CCO of Young & Rubicam.

While working at BBH as the Chief Creative Officer, he became the first Brazilian to be recognized globally in the communication sector. He is also the only Brazilian among Global Creative Board which comprises of six creative individuals from Publicis Groupe Company.

In 2008 he was awarded a master class recognition becoming the first Latin American to attain such a prize. He was also appointed as the Board member of Brazilian Association of Advertising Agencies in 2012, which is responsible for defending the rights of communication industry stakeholders.

In 2014, he founded VIOLAB, a project comprising of studio, radio program, and Youtube channel. In the same year, he partnered with Briggs Automotive Company, a sports car manufacturing company.