Paul Mampilly is a charismatic American hedge fund investor, financial analyst, and a published financial author. In 2016, Mampilly single-handedly transformed the erstwhile struggling investment periodical, Sovereign Society, into a globally acclaimed newsletter called Profits Unlimited. Once mainstream investors got wind of the announcements that Mampilly had started Profits Unlimited, they trooped in large numbers. By mid-2017, the Banyan Hill, Florida-based Publishing firm, Profits Unlimited saw its membership grow to hit the 90,000 paying subscribers.
As expected, all the entry-level and the seasoned investors who heeded the systematically researched tips, pointers released by Paul Mampilly went ahead to earn impressive returns on all of their investments. The clients managed to do the outright impossible by breaking-even when the rest of the markets were in a complete state of disarray. Other companies where Mampilly has seemingly pulled a rabbit-out-of-the-hat move include, the $6 billion valued, Kinetics International Fund.
Amazing Track Record
Mr. Mampilly was one of the handful of geniuses Wall Street investors who called the US Housing Bubble of ’08 before it actually hit. Speaking of leading business shows on mainstream media channels like CNBC, Bloomberg, and Fox Business, Paul has repeatedly said that it takes more than plain luck to accurately predict dips and rises in the markets. Success hinges on the intense and in-depth research you have working for you, as you made the final verdict of whether to exit or to double up on the particular stocks and shares.
Picking Food Preferences Stocks
According to Paul Mampilly, food preference stocks represent one of the hottest investment stock and shares picks in 2017 and beyond. Paul knows all too well the insatiable appetite millennials have for healthy and nutritious fast food deliveries. Most of them are most certainly going to be attracted in investing in a pizza delivery company over trading Coca-Cola shares, any given day. Additionally, there’s tons of money to be made in stocks involving groceries, for instance, Amazon and Subway.
Paul Mampilly on the Auto Industry
The traditional global automobile industry is currently in what Paul calls an ‘iPhone moment’. According to Paul, companies like Chrysler, Ford, and Toyota will be the biggest casualties of the developments brought by the electric car revolution. Ford and Toyota are going to be rendered obsolete by the Tesla electric cars, just like traditional mobile phones became irrelevant when the first iPhone smartphones dropped.
Read the rest of Paul’s predictions on the US Auto Industry here.