Paul Mampilly has been in the business of investing for more than twenty-five years. He graduated with a Master’s degree in accounting and Finance from Fordham University. When he got into the market he was one of the hottest commodities traders to come along in years. He was able to manage portfolios for big companies and make company executives rich. He had also honed his skills as a hedge fund manager as well. In 2006, he decided to step away from the high-end rigors of Wall Street and take stock of his life. Now he is the head of his own consulting firm and writes articles about investing for Banyan Hill Publishing.
In an interview with inspirery.com, Paul Mampilly told Eric Dye that while he was on Wall Street he would do everything he could to outwork other financial experts. He sais that he was willing to put in the long hours of work just to make sure that he did things the right way. When he was working he would read everything he could about a stock or a company that was coming up. He spent an average of twelve to fourteen hours each workday reading materials. It may have been tough but Paul Mampilly knew he was doing the right thing.
Paul Mampilly shares many articles about Wall Street and corporations with his readers. In one recent article, he shared, Ted Bauman writes about the demise of the American corporation. In the 1970’s corporation profit came from almost half of the top one hundred most profitable listed firms. In recent memory, the number has jumped to more than eighty percent of profits. The reason for this surge is due to the fact that smaller corporations can’t compete with big well-known companies. They are getting squeezed out more and more each day.
Paul Mampilly knows the hustle and bustle of the Wall Street floor. Now he can take stock of his life through two less demanding but challenging positions. He still likes to work hard for his clients but the playing field has changed from bigwigs to ordinary folks.