Paul Mampilly came from humble beginnings of pumping fuel at a gas station in New Jersey to working on Wall Street with the elite. After winning the prestigious investments competition put on by the Templeton Foundation, he decided to retire so he could spend more time with his family.
Now helping every day people become successful investors with the newsletters he founded; Profits Unlimited and Extreme fortunes, he hardly considers himself retired.
Though his beginnings may be fairly humble, he’s certainly come a long way. Starting his career in 1991 he quickly became successful dealing in million dollar accounts. In his winning experience for the investments competition he turned 50 million into 88 million during the 2008 and 2009 financial crisis.
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Paul Mampilly credits some of his philosophies to his success, including his ability to change as needed and to consider how he could be wrong. As an early riser, he wakes up each morning with the same routine around 5 a.m. or 6 a.m. and studies the current market situations in the U.S. Canada, and the world. Paul focuses on the stocks in his three trading services and monitors his portfolio tracker throughout the day.
He writes what he thinks will be a winning stock. Each stock he picks, he puts in a lot of time studying first. The way he presents the stock pick is effected by how he puts himself in the readers shoes. Understanding of his reader’s perspectives and offering example scenarios for the readers to follow gives him the upper hand. He particularly loves the concept of internet mega trend and millennial mega trend, as both trends are booming and he believes they will only grow.
Paul stays grounded with his ability to look at things from other perspectives, avoiding tunnel vision and puts his customers ahead of himself and his own financial gain, proving his recipe for success.
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