Paul Mampilly is an investor, and author of investment newsletter known as Profits Unlimited that has over 100,000 subscribers. The former hedge fund manager has long term experience in the financial industry having worked on Wall Street for 20 years. His role now is to help the average American investor to make money through investments in the stock market. While on Wall Street, Mampilly worked for organizations such as Kinetics International, Deutsche Bank, ING, among others. He is also the winner of the Templeton Foundation competition, which was an investment competition meant for the best traders on Wall Street. For him to win the competition, he managed to increase his investment of $50 million to $88 million in one year. Paul Mampilly achieved this success without shorting any stock despite the world economic recession at the time.
Paul Mampilly is working with Banyan Hill Publishing as a senior editor. Through this company, he publishes investment newsletters as well as offering advice to investors. He launched the Profits Unlimited newsletter after signing with this publishing company. Every day, Paul Mampilly is aiming at helping ordinary Americans to get investment opportunities in the stock market. Through the Profits Unlimited newsletter, he suggests some of the stocks that investors should be look out for.
Paul Mampilly is now making 2019 predictions for the business sector. He believes that some significant trends will come out in 2019.
The explosion of the VR industry
Virtual reality is a technology that is in its early stages but one that is growing quickly and steadily. Mampilly believes that in 2019, the virtual reality industry will explode as more sectors embrace its functions. He’s also advising investors who would like to benefit from the industrial to hurry up and make their investments before the explosion. In the stock recommendations that Paul Mampilly makes every month, it is highly likely that we will see many stocks related to virtual reality.
In 2017 the virtual reality market increased by $2.2 billion and by 2020 it is expected to grow $20 billion. Virtual reality users in the world are expected to rise to 130 million in the near future. Can Blockchain Put an End to Identity Theft? Paul Mampilly Thinks So.
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