Paul Mampilly decided to leave Wall Street after realizing that he no longer wanted to be part of Wall Street because it did not help enough people and he wanted to spend more time with his family. Although he has departed Wall Street, he rejects the idea that he is “retired”. He is still an investor, and still keeps his daily routine of waking between 5 and 6 a.m. to look through the news of the world markets and companies that are of interest to him.
When asked how he brings his ideas to life, Paul Mampilly says that extensive research is the secret to success, and that any stock pick gets 30-40 hours. This research is then explained by Paul in a way that is easy for regular people to understand. His priority is always on the customer before himself. Paul speaks of the importance of always thinking of the ways that he could be wrong, and that seeing things from multiple perspectives is an excellent protection against the dangers of tunnel vision.
Prior to leaving Wall Street, Paul had an impressive career managing assets for high-profile corporations, including the Royal Bank of Scotland and Sears. He also worked for ING and European aristocracy. From 2003-2006, he served as founder, author, editor, and publisher of The Capuchin Group from 2003-2006. In total, he worked for 25 years in direct money management before his “retirement” from Wall Street.
Since leaving Wall Street, Paul launched True Momentum, an affordable research service, in 2017. Additionally, he founded Profits Unlimited, an extremely successful newsletter that has over 60,000 subscribers. The newsletter helps “Main Street” Americans find successful opportunities for investment. Paul also manages Extreme Fortunes, a highly specialized and successful trading service. He has been featured on CNBC, Fox Business News, Bloomberg TV, Kiplingers, Hedge Fund Intelligence, Reuters and on Fox News.
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