While people often associate the words “fake news” with President Trump and politics, it has made its way into financial reports and at times has been used to bring scares into the market. Banyan Hill editor Paul Mampilly made note of this in one of his latest articles in which he mentioned a lot of headlines and news anchors were talking about a big market selloff, and the potential for a drop that could turn into a depression. But Mampilly told his readers that now was the time to stay in the market because even if prices dipped, new megatrends and internet of things investments were primed for big gains. While Mampilly has cautioned his followers about being careful about buying at times when the market looks too good, he also mentions that certain scares in the market can be Wall Street’s way of buying off good stocks at bottom bargain prices.
What has made Paul Mampilly an expert in his own way in stock buying? He has been on the inside of Wall Street and learned how to spot great deals for stocks and alternative investments, and he now studies the markets independently to give working men and women investment advice. His family is from India originally, though he spent time in Dubai, UAE as a young man. Mampilly holds a bachelor’s degree from Montclair State University and an MBA from Fordham, and he started out managing large accounts for big business clients at Deutsche Bank, Banker’s Trust and ING. He hit the top of his Wall Street career when he joined the Kinetics International hedge fund and managed over $25 billion in portfolios, and in the meantime had bought several notable stocks in their infancy stages that included Facebook, Netflix and Sarepta Therapeutics.
Things may have been going good for Paul Mampilly, but he decided to make them better by shockingly retiring from his job early, and deciding it was time to offer his own investment advisory services. He wanted to do it on his time so he could be with his family more, and he wanted to explain it his way so that more people could understand how to invest. Paul Mampilly writes three main newsletters about stocks known as “Profits Unlimited,” “Extreme Fortunes,” and True Momentumfor Banyan Hill, but you can also see videos on his stock recommendations by following his YouTube channel or his Twitter handle @Mampillyguru.
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