Holding an MBA received in 1996 from Fordham University, Paul Mampilly is founder and editor at Profits Unlimited, he also editor at Extreme Fortunes and also True Momentum. He also manages two other trading services going by the same names (Extreme and True Momentum). Mampilly is also a weekly column writer for Winning Investor, a firm he joined last year. He specializes in small-cap stock, growth investment, technology and special opportunities advisory.
Mr. Mampilly was Co-portfolio manager and managing director at Kinetics asset management LLC where he was also part of its portfolio’s management team. Before that he worked at The Capuchin group, where he was the founder, working as its author and publisher. He has also served at Scotland’s Royal Bank, a Switzerland Bank and at Sears. Prior to that, he managed accounts for Deutsche Bank and for ING. Mr. Mampilly has also been an analyst with Deutsche’s Asset management. Starting out in 1991 working for Bankers Trust where he was an assistant portfolio manager, he has over 25 years’ experience in investment. Currently, he is a hedge fund manager with a clientele including European aristocracy, private banks in Switzerland, Fortune 500 entities and Templeton Foundation, where he won the foundation’s prestigious investment competition and getting a $50 million portfolio. A keen stock market investor, he is good at recognizing small companies that have innovative business model and /or products, and his Linkedin.
— Paul Mampilly(@Paul_M_Guru) September 21, 2017
Mampilly’s advice on new Investment Opportunities
Virtual Reality entertainment
Set to change the game in the video game, movie and television industries, augmented and virtual reality, two concepts that allow individuals to feel as if they were actively present in whatever video game or movie they are watching, are set to be the entertainment industry‘s new governing standard. This new technology will move the individual from a spectator to an active participant in whatever visual entertainment they decide to enjoy. Companies that produce the software and equipment needed to achieve this virtual reality have seen a growth projection of 900% in the past years, indicating this industry’s potential.
Prescription Drug market
Mr. Mampilly advises against buying of stocks belonging to pharmaceuticals or any companies that act as middle-men for pharmacies. This is because, with the advancement of technology and advent of e-commerce, the cost of buying drugs is set to drop. E-commerce will phase out middlemen or companies that act as such since a customer will buy directly from the manufacturing company, thus eliminating the middleman, this will mean pharmacies that rely on middlemen for drug sales will report profit drops. Currently, middlemen have increased the price of drugs by almost 35% of the actual cost. Already Amazon has indicated it plans to get into this market to enable people to buy prescription drugs online, and more information click here.