Ideamensch recently published an interview they had with a business leader called Paul Mampilly. As usual, they asked the businessman about his career, everyday activities, creativity, habits as well as some of the most exciting trends. Paul’s answers reflected the image of an entrepreneur who is passionate about what he does.
Paul Mampilly is the founder of Extreme Fortunes and Profits Unlimited newsletters. He told Ideamensch that he worked on Wall Street during the earlier years of his career. However, he felt that the Wall Street wasn’t doing enough to help people. This prompted him to start publishing newsletters. When asked about his typical day, Mr. Mampilly said that the first thing he does every morning is to go through news covering the global financial market. Paul focuses on the stock-related news because that’s what he published on his newsletters. During the rest of the day, he keeps track of the stocks using a portfolio tracker.
Ideamensch was curious to know how this businessman brings his ideas to life. Mampilly credited his success to extensive research. With the help of his team, Paul conducts thorough research on stocks for an average of 35 hours per stock. These efforts enable him to find a winning stock that his readers will like. Mampilly also revealed a couple of trends that excite him.
He’s fascinated by the millennial trend as well as the Internet of Things (IoT). According to him, the IoT will have a significant influence in several industries, including the food, banking, energy and automotive sectors. Paul Mampilly explained that he likes millennials because he believes that they’ll take over the economy of the United States in future.
Paul Mampilly’s profile
Mr. Paul Mampilly has worked in the financial sector for more than two decades. He has accumulated a lot of asset knowledge over the course of his career. His skills and knowledge in the area of finance have enabled him to help Americans make money.
Together with his team, Paul has controlled joint assets worth approximately 23 billion dollars. He is a contributor to the Sovereign Investor Daily. Aside from publishing newsletters, he’s worked with several financial institutions.