A Little About Paul Mampilly and His Wall Street Days

Paul Mampilly was a success on Wall Street. He decided in 2016, that it was time to pack up and leave Wall Street. He headed for Main Street. Mampilly is a publisher with Banyan Hill Publishing. He writes a weekly article geared at assisting mainstream Americans on investing tips.

Besides, his article with Banyan Hill Publishing he is also charged with managing two trading services. He is often mentioned on MSNBC, Fox News Business, and many other finance news programs. Recently, Paul Mampilly sat down for a chat with Eric Dye of Enterprise Radio.

Mampilly is an authority on stocks and investing. He has a daily routine which consists of twelve to fourteen hours of reading. Paul thinks the biggest changes that have come to the stock market and trading are the use of computers. This is because there have been many trading robots that have been configured through the use of computers.

Another big change that has come over Wall Street is the use of Exchange Trading Funds. ETFs are a simple and passive investment. There are more and more people investing in these types of investments. It has changed the way the game on Wall Street is played. He feels that ETFs make it harder for the average investor to make money.

Paul Mampilly thinks there are companies such as Amazon that were not of significant value in the past. However, investors are taking a deeper look into companies like Amazon and valuing them differently. This has changed the way the stock market goes up and down.

Paul Mampilly says today we would be able to recognize a new kind of business model. This new kind of business model is the Amazon type business model. Amazon is a company that offers free two day shipping to its prime members and they put customers first. The fact that they put customers first appeals to many of today’s consumers.

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