Paul Mampilly might be looked at as an investor who sometimes goes against the grain in the way he invests in stocks. He indicated as much in his latest Banyan Hill article where he mentioned that certain experts were manufacturing fear in assuming that the stock market was looking to dip to a point that would be almost as bad as 1929. In doing his own research and looking into companies he felt were poised to do well, Mampilly urged his readers not to just dump stocks and sell now because the market has actually been in a bull run that he believes is not yet finished. He has mentioned that the chances for megatrends investments, which would include internet of things and cryptocurrency are going to be heading upwards soon. He understands quite well that you need to be careful of bubbles in the market, but often when experts warn you to sell, many are looking for an opportunity to grab stocks at ultra cheap prices.
Paul Mampilly always does his own research on the markets and wants readers to be in control of their investments because he’s seen the way that Wall Street has done it and felt it was time for a change. He once sold all his tech stocks while he was a multi-million dollar account manager for ING because he understood the industry had been oversaturated by investors before it was ready. But several years later, he returned to tech investments as he saw the time was ripe for them and even bought stock in Facebook before it was a social media sensation, and later sold it at a high price. Paul Mampilly also was acclaimed as a hedge fund managing director by Barron’s magazine, and he also has been interviewed several times on CNBC. But ultimately he found a better way to help middle class people through his current gig as a Banyan Hill editor.
Paul Mampilly likes being able to break down financial terms and make them understandable for the layman. He even gives subscribers to his newsletters, “Profits Unlimited” and “True Momentum” a look at his portfolio and how his investments are doing. Many people have raved about how Mampilly’s advice has helped them make better stock buying decisions and reach lofty investment goals.
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