There are many people who are interested in the world of investing but have no idea where they should start. Fortunately, with experts like Paul Mampilly and other editors at Banyan Hill Publishing, everyone can get advice from seasoned professionals that used to only be available to the biggest companies on Wall Street. While Wall Street may have paid off big for Paul Mampilly and the rest of the team at Banyan Hill Publishing, he wanted something different from his life that the fast-paced world of investing just didn’t provide. All of the money in the world couldn’t buy him the time with his family that he wanted.
Now, by giving advice and investment tips through Banyan Hill Publishing Paul Mampilly is able to help others live their dream of being able to spend more time with their own families while still securing their financial future for retirement. Investing can be confusing, but with the help of his many years of experience, he is able to help people with little to no experience on Wall Street make smart investment decisions for their future and the future of their families.
During an interview, the topic of entrepreneurs came up. Paul Mampilly stated that his current favorite entrepreneur was the founder of the company Tesla, Elon Musk. While Tesla may be going strong today, this wasn’t always the case. While others were losing faith in the company around 2008, Elon Musk refused to accept it and put more of his own money in the company to help it succeed because he believed in his vision for the future. Now, Tesla is not the only business that he is known for. Among others, SpaceX has been making a lot of headlines and recently became the first private company to dock with the International Space Station.
At Banyan Hill Publishing, Paul Mampilly is a Senior Editor. Before he began writing for Banyan Hill, he worked with big names like Bankers Trust and ING. He was constantly being recruited by companies worth billions because of his proven track record of returns and growth after graduating from Fordham University. Paul Mampilly Has Struck Gold Again