Entrepreneur and American investor Paul Mampilly is helping Main Street Americans become wealthy by investing in small-cap stocks, technology, special opportunities, and growth investing. He has lots of experience working with banks such as ING and Deutsche Bank managing multi million dollar accounts. His vast knowledge and experience working on Wall Street have made him an ideal candidate to help other become wealthy too.
A typical day for Paul Mampilly starts every morning between 5 and 6am. He checks the markets around the world and sees if there are any developments, good or bad. His ideas come to fruition by lots of research, about 30 to 40, plus 20 to 30 to write the recommendations. It takes a lot of time and effort, but in the end the results are really solid. Trends that excite this successful investor is the Internet of Things and millennials. There is so much potential in both and both will alter the U.S. economy in the near future. What habits make Paul more productive? He is very consistent with his daily routine of checking stocks and looking for patterns. There is a strong determination behind be productive and following a consistent schedule. His worst job was when he first came to the U.S. and he had to pump gas in New Jersey. It was in the winter. He also worked in a cafeteria and had to get up at 5am.
Paul Mampilly is a former hedge fund manager and American investor. His is the founder of Capuchin Consulting, which opened for business in 2013. It is a privately held consulting firm that provides investment advice and ideas to professional investors. Paul is also the senior editor of Profits Unlimited, a monthly newsletter that uses his knowledge and skills as a former Wall Street insider to help his subscribers learn more about cutting edge stocks and investments.
He is also the senior editor for True Momentum and Extreme Fortunes at Banyan Hill Publishing. Paul won the prominent Templeton Foundation investment competition and has been featured on well known television networks as Fox Business News, CNBC, and Bloomberg TV.
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