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Paul Mampilly, an American investor, and former hedge manager, recently published about the events that took place in 1989 in the investment industry. In university, Paul was a member of the financial club, and he visited the New York Stock Exchange where he was welcomed warmly to Wall Street with an investment banker. The club members experienced an exciting moment on the exchange floor, and they learned a lot about investments.

Those were the days before the computer era, and therefore orders were placed by phones. Investors owned portable devices which enabled them to carry out their investments from anywhere. Paul recalls that everyone screamed when opening bell time approached and could not hear sounds. At 9:30 a.m. when the stock market opening bell rang, the floor was full of chaos and busy.

As years went by, the exchange floor became quieter, less in chaos and was brought to control. Today, many investors work with brokers who access complex software platforms or place trades using computers. Wall Street is still influential since it entered the market in 1972. Paul believes that the fantastic investment past days are fading away with the current investment strategies.

Wall Street consists of lawyers, investment bankers, auditors and different exchanges who have the primary goal of selling stocks but they need to work their way out through a complicated network. Mr. Mampilly believes these new financial trends differ with previous concepts of investments.

Moreover, Paul has a newsletter known as Profits Unlimited that recently hit 60,000 subscribers. Profits Unlimited is usually published by Banyan Hill Publishing ever since Paul was signed last year with the aim of leading Main Street Americans into profitable investment opportunities. Monthly, Paul writes an eight-page newsletter on a new stock and updates, subscribers, weekly and also tracks how the investments are doing.

Mampilly does not invest capital for his subscribers but rather than buying the stocks using their brokerage accounts which provides an alternative technique that is different from traditional arrangements between a client and a financial advisor. Paul Mampilly’s subscribers are usually impressed with how most of the stocks suggested by Paul are doing well.

Paul Mampilly is a financial investor who worked on Wall Street for over 20 years dealing with renowned clients like Kinetics and Deutsche Bank. In 1991, Paul worked at Deutsche Bank where he worked tirelessly managing huge amounts of money. Moreover, he worked at other companies like ING, Kinetics and Royal Bank. Paul Mampilly is positive about helping people understand the stock investment business.

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