Paul Mampilly, once apart of the fast pace dealing of the investment world, has now moved on to helping everyday people find as much success as he did in the market. Paul Mampilly began his career as a funds manager for Bankers Trust and through hard work and a keen eye for detail he was soon sought out by multi-billion dollar companies as an investor. After a while, the day to day of Wall Street simply got the best of Paul Mampilly and would then decide to focus his talents and skills to help others fulfill their dreams. We recently sat down with Mr.Mampilly to go a little more in-depth about his career and future endeavors.
What are your goals now that you left Wall Street?
Paul Mampilly states that although working on Wall Street was often very exciting; the fact is that it doesn’t really help everyone. Therefore, he sought to now attempt to help everyday Americans make educated decisions on where they could place their paycheck or investment budget. Mr.Mampilly introduced to the world “Profits Unlimited” in order to provide such information to the public in hopes that they can better understand the market as well as find success in it. Get the latest update on his twitter to find out more.
What is the best thing about leaving Wall Street in order to follow other goals?
Mr.Mampilly explains that Wall Street often places heavy burdens on those who manage billions of dollars. One good move and you’re a hero, stumble, and you’re suddenly a zero to everyone. In addition to this, if one is not careful numbers on a sheet can suddenly begin to be just that, numbers. The fact is that those numbers have real people behind them, real consequences if you make the wrong move. Although it is hard, I wouldn’t trade it for anything as it has allowed me to help many people, says Mr.Mampilly.
Is the market rigged for the average American?
The market is rigged to a certain extent, says Mr.Mampilly. This is why the work being done by Mr.Mampilly through his newsletter is so valuable to the public. Mr.Mampilly goes on to say that this allows the average American to have a shot at success and be a part of this system.