The Key Niches Paul Mampilly Says You Should Look For When Buying New Stocks

Being successful in buying stocks is really about understanding where the future of consumer demand is going, and that’s what Paul Mampilly discusses in newsletters that he writes for subscribing followers. Mampilly says he’s not a traditional portfolio manager because he doesn’t simply tell investors what to invest in or directly manage their funds themselves, but instead he gives them the tools needed to manage their own portfolio. What he does do is tell investors what they should look for when deciding which kind of stocks they should buy. View Paul’s profile on Linkedin.

His first key niche that Paul Mampilly encourages people to look into is millennials. He realized that Facebook and Netflix were going to become really popular about 10 years ago with millennials, so he bought their stocks while they were still low and sold them later for thousands in profits. He’s continued to look at disruptive companies and apps that work like Uber and he shares a lot about them in his “Extreme Fortunes” newsletter. Mampilly says the “Internet of Things” is also a key niche because smart technology, blockchain and cryptocurrency, robotics and artificial intelligence are going to be taking off soon. He discusses those in his free articles at Banyan Hill.

Paul Mampilly came to Banyan Hill because he could continue building his portfolio and giving his readers live looks at it while delivering his advice his own way. He does consider his previous career on Wall Street to have had a few bright spots because he learned from his professors at Montclair State University good financial advice while earning his bachelor’s degree there. Mampilly also learned from senior managers at Deutsche Bank, ING and Banker’s Trust where he worked for several years, and that led to him managing billions of dollars in client accounts at a big hedge fund known as Kinetics International Fund. But he was putting in too many hours at the office, and in time that led to him becoming unhappy with his Wall Street life, so he left it in 2012 never to return. Read more articles by Paul Mampilly at Banyan Hill.

Paul Mampilly says he’s much happier moving away from only helping millionaires and accredited investors and now helping regular people turn hundreds of dollars into thousands. He first started writing “Profits Unlimited” in 2016 which gained over 60,000 subscribers within months of its inaugural article. His newsletters are much more affordable than most insider editions, and all you have to do to subscribe to them is go to www.banyanhill.com.

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