Paul Mampilly is a legendary Wall Street investor and a research analyst who currently serves as an editor at Banyan Hill Publishing. Mampilly success at Wall Street has not only earned him a reputation in the US but also globally.
Paul Mampilly from an interview was asked what the best thing that has ever happened to him since retiring from Wall Street and venturing into a new career path is and in his response, Mampilly said the release of pressure and always being on the spotlight. According to Mampilly, Wall Street is full of pressure. At Wall Street, I managed funds that were worth billions of dollars; you can imagine the immense pressure that I was always in said Mampilly. Any slightest mistake would result in massive losses. When you make the right decisions, you are considered a hero, but when you make mistakes, you move from being a hero to zero adds Mampilly. Mampilly said that being out of the direct spotlight has relieved him of stress; however, that is not to say he is not committed to providing solid investment advice. Connect on his facebook account.
Another thing that Paul Mampilly has found exciting ever since he left Wall Street is the personal connection and fulfillment he gets from helping people. At Wall Street Mampilly Says that you can get occupied with the numbers and forget actually what the numbers represent. Mampilly says if you are not careful, you might the numbers can be figures on a sheet of paper. However, there are lives behind the numbers, and many people can either positively or negatively get affected by the choices you make. Mampilly, as an author and investment analyst at Banyan Publishing, has now established a human touch in all that he does unlike previously at Wall Street. As an advisor, Mampilly talks to real people and finds it fulfilling to see so many people benefitting from his investment pieces of advice.
Paul Mampilly, however, does not regret the time that he spent at Wall Street. It is through the experience that he gained at Wall Street that now he can confidently give financial and investment advice. Mampilly says that he will always have a love for trading and he is full of fond memories and gratitude for the opportunity he got at Wall Street.
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