Stock market investment is always risky, and it is certainly not meant for everyone. However, if you go by the history of investments, the stock market has been generous to its investors over a period. The trick is to stay invested and pick the stock after carefully evaluating its strength and weakness as well as its business model and other parameters. Such factors play a very vital role in deciding how far your investments would go, and whether it would turn green or red in the future.
Paul Mampilly is one of the most sought after speaker and writer on the topic of stock market investments in the United States.
He has worked with many large financial corporations during his career span including ING, Kinetics International, and Deutsche Bank. Working at such big financial companies gave him the much-needed exposure and experience to the financial world, which also helped him develop a keen sense of the equity markets. In the twenty-five years he worked in the financial industry as a professional, he has played the role of financial analyst, relationship manager, market analyst, stock market investment advisor, hedge funder, and a financial advisor.
Presently, along with many other ventures, he is associated with, Paul Mampilly is also the editor of the Profits Unlimited, a monthly newsletter he started along with the Banyan Hill Publishing House. The aim of the Profits Unlimited is to help Paul share his knowledge and expertise about the stock market investments and financial world in general with the retail investors as well as the beginners in the world of stock market.
Paul Mampilly is often called to speak about the stock exchange trends and to give advice to people about how they can make money from the stock market and what mistakes to avoid while investing in the equity market. His accurate and informative advice shared through the Profits Unlimited has garnered rave reviews from its members, which is why it recently crossed the milestone of having 60,000 subscribers. Paul Mampilly is also known the world over for winning the Templeton Foundation Investment Competition in a breathtaking manner.