Paul Mampilly is a Wall Street veteran who now helps main street people invest their money in the stock market. About 1/3rd of American invest in stocks. This means that 2/3rds of people keep their money in savings accounts which pay very small amounts of interest. Their actually losing money doing this as the inflation rate is far higher than the paltry amount of interest they are earning, and more information click here.
The main reason that people don’t invest, Paul Mampilly says, is that they are afraid of risk. They also never learned how to invest which is another big hurdle. In order to help Mampilly publishes a monthly financial newsletter called Profits Unlimited. In each issue he tells his readers what company’s stocks to invest their money in and why.
The two big areas the people should concentrate on, Paul Mampilly indicates, is technology as well as innovative trends. One current trend, he says, is that consumers are increasingly buying electric cars over the older, dirtier technology of running cars on gasoline. Gasoline cars are also very expensive to maintain with a huge amount of moving parts, as compared to an electric car. Company’s researching and releasing electric cars stand to do better than their competitors as this trend continues.
— Paul Mampilly(@Paul_M_Guru) August 23, 2017
Precision medicine is another area that Paul Mampilly points out as a great area to invest in. He uses examples such as genetic testing which allows doctors to create personalized medical treatments that result in much better patient outcomes than using conventional methods. It takes the guesswork out of getting the right medicine for any particular patient as their DNA code is read in order to find the medicine they will best respond to, and resume him.
Paul Mampilly spent over 15 years in the financial industry. He worked for several big firms as an investor including Deutsche Asset Management, ING Funds, and Bankers Trust Company. At one firm, Kinetics Asset Management, he co-managed a number of their hedge funds with about $25 billion in assets under management. He attended a number of universities, including the Fordham Gabelli School of Business where he earned his MBA in finance in 1997.
During his time on Wall Street, Paul Mampilly won the Templeton Foundation investment competition. Each competitor was given $50 million to manage and whoever had the most money at the end won the competition. Mampilly managed to turn this into $88 million which made him the most successful competitor in the challenge, and http://releasefact.com/2017/09/how-paul-mampilly-created-the-fastest-growing-investment-newsletter/.