Paul Mampilly is the founder of Capuchin Consulting in Durham, North Carolina. He founded it in January 2013 and he offers his services to other professional investors. He provides them with his research into investing companies that he sees as being undervalued on the stock market, mostly small to medium-sized businesses. He also publishes Profits Unlimited through Banyan Hill Publishing which is meant to help out average investors who want to make great returns on their investments.
In order to demonstrate the value of his investing advice, Paul Mampilly set up an account with $5000 in it at the beginning of 2016. Since that time he has achieved a 180% return. Some of his biggest wins were with the technology company Nvidia, which has gone up over 100% since he invested in it, and Coeur Mining in the natural resources industry which has achieved a return of over 700%.
For 14 years Paul Mampilly worked for investment firms on Wall Street. His first job in the industry came in May 1989 when he became an account assistant at Chatham Street Managment. About two years later he used this experience to become an account administrator for another investment firm, Bankers Trust Company (which has since been acquired by Deutsche Bank). Over the course of 10 years at this company he steadily advanced into positions of higher authority with his last position being as research analyst who specialized in utility, healthcare, and financial corporations. He also spent time with Voya before deciding the lifestyle of Wall Street really just wasn’t for him anymore.
Paul Mampilly was originally born in Yercaud, India. At a young age his family moved to the United Arab Emirate which is where he attended high school. After graduating he emigrated to the United States and started his college studies. He graduated in 1991 from Montclair State University with a bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance. He has since pursued higher learning such as earning his MBA in finance from the Fordham Gabelli School of Business in 1997. He now uses his education and investing experience to help others achieve financial success.
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Anti-aging has been a pursuit of mankind since we can remember. Ancient philosophers contemplated being immortal and in the company of the gods. Spanish conquistadors searched for the Fountain of Youth in the newly discovered Americas. Now, scientists are taking a more contemporary approach to searching for what makes us age and stopping that process from ever starting. One of the organizations currently trying to break this wall is the SENS Foundation, and thanks to a modest donation by entrepreneur, futurist, and investor Jason Hope, they have just gotten a little bit closer to finding what makes us age.
The SENS Foundation was created in 2009 to find a way to develop biotechnologies that allow for the rejuvenation of human tissues and organs. They specifically want to address age-related diseases that cause accelerated degeneration of our bodies. Certain diseases, such as Alzheimer’s are the root cause for millions of people dying earlier than most, and it is these diseases that SENS wants to stop in their tracks. Entrepreneur Jason Hope Invests in Research Against Aging
Jason Hope has always been interested in technology. He graduated from Arizona State University with his MBA, and after spending some time learning about new technologies and everything that sector had to offer, he created a mobile communications device. In his short career, Hope has made a name for himself by finding and being able to predict trends that technologies will take, and he is known internationally for his savvy investment strategies in new and emerging businesses. Understanding the Internet-of-Things Revolution: A quick guide for thriving in the IoT era
With an eye on the future and profitable investments, Jason Hope looked to the SENS Foundation as a great place to spend his time and money. After all, SENS was attempting to make people’s lives more comfortable in old age through the discovery and use of new technologies. This opportunity was just too interesting to pass up. Hope donated $500,000 to SENS in 2010, and he has contributed over $1 million to the cause since then. It is not the fact that the foundation is trying to create anti-aging abilities, but the out-of-the-box and innovative ways in which they are attempting to do it that has piqued Hope’s interests. Scottsdale Philanthropist Jason Hope Helps Pioneering Nonprofit Fight Aging
Jason Hope is very involved in his Scottsdale, AZ community. As well as donating to the SENS Foundation, he is an avid philanthropist for the Boys & Girls Club, Family Health International, and the T Gen Foundation. Jason Hope will continue to support the future-focused and scientific organizations like SENS, and hopefully, we will all live to see the great things they are capable of doing in the future. Jason Hope Helps Push Anti-Aging Efforts Forward