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Paul Mampilly Helps Aspiring Investors Become Pros Through His Helpful Advice

Paul Mampilly has been working with “do it yourself” investors for a very long time and has been making their lives easier. He has done so by providing them with detailed information about the stock market and how it works. Mampilly once worked on Wall Street, where he managed the funds of million dollar companies. He served by managing a trading desk, working as an analyst, and helping to create wealth for many other individuals.

Paul Mampilly tracks stocks on a daily basis and has been doing so for a long time. He spends a lot of his time reading, and when he isn’t doing either of these, he is writing for his newsletter, Profits Unlimited. He pays close attention to any trends that are taking place and reports these to his readers.

Paul Mampilly has noticed that many of the largest changes that have taken place in the market have been due to computers. In an interview, he commented on the fact that all trading used to be done by humans. He went on to talk about how most trading by large companies and firms is done through computers. These computers use trading algorithms or are ran by artificial intelligence. He believes that this puts most regular traders at a disadvantage but knows there are workarounds for this.

Paul Mampilly revealed in a recent interview that he believes the most common mistake that regular investors make is to put all of their money in one stock pick. The problem with this is that if they are wrong their money will be gone. He also cautions that investors should not be placing a large amount of their money in one stock. While this may go well every once in awhile, it is asking for trouble most of the time.

Paul Mampilly also talked about one of his favorite entrepreneurs of today’s age, in a recent interview. This man is Elon Musk, and Mampilly loves that Musk follows his own gut when it comes to making decisions for his company. He believes Musk is a pioneer because of the way he heavily invested in electric cars during a time when the demand for them was low.

His LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/paulmampilly