Paul Mampilly and the Internet of Things
Paul Mampilly was a successful Wall Street investor. He managed many portfolios for the super rich. Eventually, managing the portfolios of the super rich became boring, and he left Wall Street. Paul Mampilly decided to venture out on his own and become an investment adviser to the mainstream Americans. Also, he wanted to spend more time with his wife and kids.
There’s little chance of a crash right now.
— Paul Mampilly (@MampillyGuru) February 9, 2018
Paul Mampilly has taught his kids about investing. He thinks they have a grand understanding of the field. His kids understand investing and investment strategies better than some adults. This is because he taught them at a young age, and they learned from an expert.
Recently, Paul Mampilly has published articles on the Internet of Things. These are mega computers that work in smart appliances and fitness watches to name a few. The Internet of Things is something that is taking off slowly and is going to implode into a grander explosion than did the internet and personal computers of the 1990s.
Paul Mampilly was born in India. He grew up in Dubai. His father grew up in a developing area of India. He somehow got himself an education and started his family. Both Paul and his sister have a college degree.
After graduating from college Mampilly moved across the Hudson River where he had his eyes set on Wall Street. His career on Wall Street last until age forty-two. He has impressed many people on Wall Street with the exponential growth of many of the portfolios he managed.
He left Wall Street at forty-two to focus on family and the everyday American. The everyday American became his focus because he became overwhelmed and bored with servicing those who were already super rich. He wanted to spend more time with his family.
Paul Mampilly is an investor himself. He invested heavily in companies like Google and Facebook when they were fledglings. These decisions paid off, and he was able to retire at the ripe age of forty-two.
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