It is important for anyone who wants to live well in their older years and even in their current years to learn how to invest. There are many different investment methods that you can use as many different people are available to teach you those methods. Good information is not just available to the 1%. If the average person looks hard enough they can find exactly what they need to know to get where they want to go.Investor Paul Mampilly is a person who believes in this whole heartedly. So much so that Banyan Hill Publishing has hired him to be their senior editor.
Before working for Banyan Hill Publishing, Paul Mampilly worked on Wall Street for 25 years. He was an assistant portfolio manager at Bankers Trust, then he eventually moved up to working at Deutsche Bank managing multimillion-dollar accounts. After that, he was an asset manager and hedge fund portfolio manager of a firm named Kinetics Asset Management. Despite these prominent positions with large firms, Paul grew tired of working at Wall Street and decided he wanted to manage money for the average person or help them manage their own.Even though he is technically retired, Paul Mampilly still wants to help people make money, except this time he is not dealing with large and institutional investors.
He decided to reach out to the common people by founding the his investment newsletters Profits Unlimited, Extreme Fortunes and True Momentum.Paul Mampilly retired from Wall Street because he did not like the fact that they don’t actually help people like they should. He desires to use his investment skills to do research so that the average American investor can find their way in the markets. He starts his day at 6 a.m., reading the newest news on the market and making a particular focus on the stocks that he recommends. The stock picks that he makes go through 30 or 40 hours of research, another 20 hours of writing. He releases all the data so that his subscribers can read it but ultimately, he puts this information together so that the investor can be their own research and make their own decisions.