Practical Investments Advice from Paul Mampilly

Practical Investments Advice from Paul Mampilly

Paul Mampilly graduated in 1991 with a degree in Finance and accounting from Montclair State University, New Jersey. Later in 1997, he earned an MBA from Fordham Gabelli School of Business. Paul Mampilly joined Banyan Hill Publishing in 2016 as the Senior Editor. Also, he offers investment services through Extreme Fortunes, True Momentum as well as through the monthly investment letter, Profits Unlimited.

Paul Mampilly has considerable investments experience having served in various capacities at Royal Bank of Scotland, Sears, Deutsche Bank, ING, and Bankers Trust. His current customers include the Templeton Foundation and several Fortune 500 companies. Paul Mampilly’s diligence won him the investments competition by the Templeton Foundation between 2008 and 2009. Paul Mampilly is a self-made man who settled in the U.S at an early age from India. He has over two decades experience in the investments sector. According to him, his success in trading comes from a unique personal talent he has developed from practical experience.

In a recent article, Paul Mampilly shares his thoughts and business insights. In the motor sector, Paul Mampilly predicts the predominance of the electric car. According to Paul, the cost of owning and maintaining a vehicle will drastically reduce. An electric car has just about three moving components therefore reducing maintenance costs. Smart investors should invest in the stock of electric car makers.

Paul Mampilly further recommends investments in what he refers to as precision medicine. According to Paul, developments in medicine indicate the possibility of using the genetic profile of a patient to diagnose and treat diseases. Therefore, Paul advices people to invest in companies undertaking genes testing and classification. The other high investment potential Paul Mampilly has identified the food delivery systems. Paul reckons that the growing number of Americans switching to healthy foods will add impetus to the growth of food delivery services. Food delivery companies will grow from the demand for convenience and reduced waste. Accordingly, the value of these companies’ stock will rise and benefit existing investors.

In his right, Paul Mampilly is a successful investor in the stock market. In 2012, Paul invested in the stock of Sarepta Therapeutics and made a 2,500 percentage profit. In other investments, Paul made a 634% gain from Netflix stocks and 279% from Facebook stocks. Paul Mampilly made a personal fortune from Wall Street and has now retired from active trading. He now concentrates on advising ordinary Americans how to make money from the stock exchange.

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