Paul Mampilly And His Way Of Helping People Learn About The Stock Market
Being the editor of the Profits Unlimited research, Paul Mampilly is versed when it comes to Wall Street. Showing his 20-years experience in the industry, Paul has over 40,000 subscribers who are listening to his investment advice and it seems like the crowd will still grow in the future. Wanna know his investment success? Paul Mampilly answered a lot of vital question in this interview.
HOW DID PAUL MAMPILLY STARTED?
Paul started his investment career when he went to the United States from India when he was 18. He got his first job at Bankers Trust as an account administrator. He then became one of the bank’s money managers and has managed multi-million dollar accounts. He also joined ING and Kinetics Asset Management as a portfolio manager.
WHY DID PAUL MAMPILLY START WRITING?
Managing portfolio for over two decades has been a fun and long ride for investment expert Paul. However, he realized that the journey will eventually need to stop and that he cannot do the same thing for living again to enjoy it. Because of this, he realized that helping regular people to earn money would be a fun thing to do. Paul started writing because of that.
ABOUT MANAGING RISKS
When managing risk, Paul Mampilly advises investors to decide the risk they are willing to take early on in the game. When buying a stock, you won’t know what will happen even after a lot of preparation. Paul Mampilly recommends placing a stop-loss 8% to 12% below the buy price. He also added that this method is likely to have 500% to 1000% gains.
WHAT DOES HE GAINS IN SHARING INFORMATION?
When asked about what he gets in sharing his investing insight, answered that the reason for writing about it is because there’s a market for it. There are people who want to educate themselves about investing and it is a fun experience for him to give help.
ARE WE IN FOR A PROFIT TAKING OR A DEPRESSION?
According to Paul, he thinks that the Dow is going to hit 50,000 in the next decade. He thinks its completely nuts, but at the same time, he claims that he’s completely serious.