Machine learning, robots, completely digitized payments, self-driving vehicles, and artificial intelligence of all kinds may have been thought to be a far off reality that wasn’t going to come until the 22nd century or another time. But financial expert and author Paul Mampilly is already preparing for it by buying stocks in Internet of Things companies, and he often tells his followers to look to these same companies. Mampilly predicted the rise of trends such as video streaming services like Netflix, social media sites like Twitter and Facebook, the explosion of Amazon and he’s studied the upcoming IoT industry very closely. Mampilly believes if you’re going to be a savvy stock investor, you always have to be forward thinking and be willing to adapt your strategy.
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Paul Mampilly certainly has experience in banking and major wealth advisory services, but he really became the stock investor he did in his own right. He graduated from Montclair State University back in the late 1980s and later completed a master’s degree at Fordham University, and during this time he became a highly qualified accounts manager for ING, Deutsche Bank, and Banker’s Trust. Paul Mampilly built such a great reputation as an advisor that he was hired by the executives of Kinetics International Fund to manage over $6 billion in client assets which grew to $25 billion by the time he left. The hedge fund was acclaimed by Barron’s for bringing in returns to investments reaching over 26℅ annually.
While he was still a hedge fund manager, Paul Mampilly also made several bold calls in predicting the housing bubble of 2008 and predicting Sarepta Therapeutics would explode in growth in the pharmaceutical industry. He also bought several stocks during the 2008 recession that were safe bets in a bear market, and they grew $50 million he had been given in an investment competition into $88 million. Mampilly won that competition and became even more popular on various business television networks.
Paul Mampilly may have had his popularity as well as a big paycheck, but he decided he had had enough of Wall Street at age 42 and subsequently retired to spend more time with his family. His passion for investing continued and led him to Banyan Hill where he could then help the middle class, and it wasn’t long before his newsletters “Profits Unlimited” and “Extreme Fortunes” picked up thousands of followers. To signup for Mampilly’s newsletters, just go to www.BanyanHill.com.