Paul Mampilly was born in India then came to the United States at a young age. He attended Fordham University in New York, and graduated in 1966 with a Master’s in Business Education degree. He started working for Bankers Trust, as an assistant manager, was sought after by many well-known companies then worked for many legal firms and billion dollar companies. He became an accomplished investor and leading authority in financial world, due to his savvy investment experiences.
As time went on, due to the many tireless hours of working and making money for the rich, Paul Mampilly didn’t want to work in this type of environment anymore. He wanted more time with family and to help ordinary, not so “well-off “ people, learn how to invest money the best way they could. He began this undertaking by teaching own children, at early ages, about investing and learning about stocks. In teaching them, he realized how they had become more knowledgeable than most adults.
Paul Mampilly writes many publications and actually practices his explanation processes to his children before he puts his thoughts down on paper. In one article, he wrote about a futuristic idea called the “internet of things.” This involves internet use and connecting people with one another by using technologies such as sensors, cameras, smart appliances and fitness trackers. Many people are responding to this new technology because of his publications.
Since 2016, Paul Mampilly has lived and worked in Delray, Florida at Banyan Hill Publishing Company, where he publishes numerous newsletters, giving investment tips and advice to readers. A popular publication he writes is “Mampilly’s newsletter Profits Unlimited,” an eight page monthly newsletter that recommends different stocks and new ways for people to invest. Over ninety thousand people read his publication each month. He also writes articles for a daily email, “Winning Investor Daily” and is head of Extreme Fortunes and True Momentum, two trading services.
Paul Mampilly’s passion continues to be to help those less fortunate expand their earnings, as well as protect them, and to motivate people in business.
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