Paul Mampilly, a longtime investor whose keen eye for unexpected profits led him to a successful Wall Street career, has now settled down to become a writer for average Americans looking to get ahead through the stock market. He recently sat down for an interview and offered insight into his story.
He started his “retirement” start-up when he tired of seeing how Wall Street was cut off from the average person. He worried that people were being left behind, and wanted to use his knowledge and experience to help them. To write his articles and columns, he spends hours each day researching stocks and investment opportunities.
Two of the most world-shaping trends that he can foresee are the Internet of Things and the Millennials. The Internet of Things refers to the gadgets that link to us almost intelligently through our smart phones, letting us know when the dryer is done drying clothes or the lawn needs to be watered. And with Millennials number approximately 92 million people and understanding intuitively how the technology of the 21st century works, he foresees them influencing many things in the future.
Paul Mampilly credits much of his success to always wondering what he could have done wrong. He analyzes everything from multiple perspectives, not just his own, and wonders which things could possibly go wrong. Those investments and opportunities that show the best resiliency, he trusts. From there, he says the next most important things are a routine, and setting one’s priorities clearly and strongly.
Paul Mampilly shares a lot of his knowledge about investing and growth opportunities for Main Street Americans through his writing. He is the Senior Editor of The Sovereign Society, and the founder and editor of Profits Unlimited, a monthly newsletter on earning profit from cutting edge stocks that has 40,000 followers.
For decades, Paul Mampilly has made his fortune on the stock exchange. He is a former hedge fund manager and a long-time investing master when it comes to discovering small and emerging companies that will bring major returns. Paul Mampilly holds an MBA from Fordham University in New York.