Every new year brings different trends in investing, and in 2018 it’s all about mega trends says Paul Mampilly. Mampilly recalled in a Banyan Hill article how a lot of people thought he was wrong about buying stocks in 2016, and yet it turned out to be a great year for investors to be buying and 2017 turned into the same. Mampilly predicts a slight slowdown in the regular markets, but he says these new mega trend stocks could soar. Those stocks are revolutionary technology in the financial industry such as loan apps, cryptocurrency, blockchain and other encryption technologies. He also is telling people to look out for precision medicine in genetic engineering and the “Internet of Things” which will start connecting all kinds of items to the internet such as household appliances and cars.
— Paul Mampilly (@Paul_M_Guru) December 14, 2017
Paul Mampilly carefully reads and researches everything in the markets from real estate, to healthcare, mobile technology, energy and every other industry. He once predicted that the dot-com bubble was going to burst at the end of 1999 and also foresaw the subprime mortgage problems of 2008. He is a graduate of Montclair State University and also holds an MBA from Fordham University. He started in credit research at Deutsche Bank in 1991, and then swiftly moved up the ladder to managing client investments, and he had a knack for picking really high returns in stocks and mutual funds. He worked at several different banks throughout the first 10 years of his career including ING, Sears, Banker’s Trust and the Royal Bank of Scotland.
In 2003, Mampilly helped start an independent consulting agency known as Capuchin Consulting. Three years later, he became a Managing Director at one of the fastest-growing hedge funds, Kinetics International Fund. He did so well at investing clients money that Barron’s put him on the front cover of one of their editions for bringing in hefty returns to client investments, and in just a year Kinetics International’s AUM grew from $6 billion to $25 billion. Mampilly also made a $50 million personal investment in 2008 that gained 76% in a year that the financial crisis hit hard, and this investment won him the honorary Templeton Foundation competition. Despite his success, Mampilly decided to leave the big Wall Street firms and join a team of contributors to Banyan Hill. Here he could give people financial advice that was cheap through writing newsletters, and he even shows his followers his portfolio. His newsletters include “Extreme Fortunes,” “Profits Unlimited” and “True Momentum.”
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