Premier Gazette recently covered the career transition for Paul Mampilly, a successful Wall Street hedge fund manager turned newsletter writer, in the article “Broadening the Tree of Wealth with Paul Mampilly and Banyan Hill Publishing”. The article was written by Stephen Ray and details the career of Paul Mampilly.
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— Paul Mampilly (@MampillyGuru) February 15, 2018
Mampilly may have worked on Wall Street for nearly two decades, but he discovered his passion was helping the average American make sound investing decisions. His success on Wall Street led him to be named as one of Barron’s “World’s Best” investors where he took many portfolios and helped them realize huge gains of nearly 76%. He was also incredibly successful even during the economic downturn when he recognized several profitable stocks like Google and Netflix. He quickly became recognized as one of the most intelligent investors of his day.
However, Paul Mampilly soon realized that he would prefer helping the average American make money rather than the large companies he had worked for previously. He partnered with Banyan Hill Publishing to help distribute his natural financial acumen in a way that the average American could understand and afford.
One of Mampilly’s key insights into trading is his high level of research. He believes reading is one of the best building blocks to discover the best stocks and how other things may affect the market. He spends nearly 12 to 14 hours each day reading. He also feels it is necessary to make informed decisions quickly.
Mampilly also believes a daily routine or ritual can help a person stay on top of all the information. He feels it is necessary to have a continuous stream of information to keep making the right investment decisions. He created an investment philosophy that identifies trends based on consumer behavior. He is particularly interested in the technological advancements that will be driving consumer purchasing choices in the future.
Mampilly was also featured on the Chronicle of Week website in Haley Thompson’s article Paul Mampilly Makes a Career Change to Help Everyday Investors”. The article reveals that Mampilly also wants to help his readers maintain safe boundaries in the stock market. He encourages all of his readers to set up a small-loss strategy by setting up a stop loss at 8%. That way they never lose more than 8% of their money.