A recent article in the Reporter Expert highlighted Paul Mampilly who is a former hedge fund manager, American investor, and winner of the Templeton Foundation Investment Competition. He advised potential investors who require guidance on which stocks to buy. A large number of individuals have no idea what to invest in, so his guidance was much needed.
According to Paul Mampilly, it is advisable for new investors to focus on innovative trends and technology. He predicts that eventually, Americans will prefer owning electric vehicles as opposed to the traditional gasoline-run cars. This makes Electric Vehicle Stocks a great investment opportunity for the future. He claims that holding electric vehicle stocks is a great appeal to a growing number of investors.
Mampilly also forecasted that precision medicine is also a great technological trend for the future. Precision medicine facilitates accurate diagnosis of diseases such as cancer by using genetic testing. A patient’s genetic profile will enable a trained physician to understand his/her personal DNA code. The doctor then uses this information to compare the DNA to genetic information found in a database that is extremely comprehensive. Mampilly suggests that buying stocks that are representing genetic testing companies is a good first step as well. One other area that he recommended for first-time investors was food delivery systems that specialize in healthy meals.
— Paul Mampilly (@Paul_M_Guru) September 28, 2017
Paul Mampilly prefers to take the guesswork out of investing by guiding investors to make better-informed choices. He is currently a senior editor with Banyan Hill Publishing, which he joined in 2016. His main goal is to help the main street Americans learn more about growth investing and find wealth in it as well as technology and small-cap stocks, and more information click here.
Paul Mampilly’s career began on Wall Street in 1991.He was an assistant portfolio manager at Banker’s Trust. His career growth was swift, and before long he was managing multimillion-dollar accounts at Deutsche Bank and ING. He was recruited by the owners of Kinetics Asset Management, a $6 billion firm, to manage their hedge fund. The firm’s assets quickly rose to $25 billion.
His decision to walk away from Wall Street was brought about by him being tired of its fast pace and of making money for only the top 1%. He retired to spend more time with his family and instead focus on helping everyday people make money on their investments, and https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEOyz2Lqgs9BS306scjVkRQ.