One of the ways of safeguarding your financial future is to get your money to work for you. Most people do this by investing their money, mostly in stocks. The problem most people have is finding the right stocks. Hiring someone to manage your portfolio not an option because it’s expensive and thus considered a preserve of the rich, who often have too much money to handle on their own. But what about the everyday investor? Meet Paul Mampilly, investor extraordinaire.
Paul Mampilly is a retired hedge fund manager who worked on Wall Street for about 20 years. He boasts clients such as Deutsche Bank and ING. He is widely known for winning an investment competition in 2009 during the economic downturn, where he turned an investment of $55 million to $80 million, without needing to short any stocks. He retired earlier than the most people at the age of 42 years and decided to spend his time teaching everyday people how to invest.
Paul Mampilly started a research service called Profits Unlimited, Extreme Fortunes and True Momentums which has more than 100,000 people subscribing. His strategy is different, and his favorite stocks are in technology. He advises that the best stocks to invest in, involve the Internet of Things (IoT). He believes that companies which are involved in technology and make products such as vehicle sensors, smart appliances, and fitness trackers are the companies of the future and anyone that invests in them is bound to make a profit. His tips are well researched and easy to understand. He says that one of his strategies is that before he makes any explanation about the internet of things (which can be complicated to understand) he explains it to his children first. He thinks that the internet of things will be more disruptive than the 1990’s internet and personal computer boom.
A few years ago Paul Mampilly recommended to readers VanEck Vectors a semiconductor ETF on the New York Stock exchange, which is now up 100%. So far his portfolio includes stocks that are up 18% to 38% in profit. As Paul Mampilly’s star continues to rise, you don’t want to miss the golden nuggets in his newsletter.
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