The idea of investing in stocks seem complicated to some Americans, yet many people have made a fortune from buying and selling shares. According to Paul Mampilly, buying and selling stocks is an uncomplicated process that requires one thing: timing. Mampilly, an expert in matters stocks and business, attributes his success in stock investing to buying stocks at the right time and disposing them at the proper time.
Mampilly’s business acumen enabled him to make profits from Netflix and Sarepta Therapeutics. Using his business model that involves perfect timing, Mampilly bought stocks in Sarepta Therapeutics, a medical research and drug development company, in 2012. Before the end of 2012, the company’s stocks had appreciated immensely enabling Mampilly to obtain 2000% profit from the sale of Sarepta Therapeutics shares. Mampilly’s investment in Sarepta Therapeutics was a replication of similar investments he had made in the past, for example, in 2008 he bought shares from Netflix. Within a short duration, the company’s stocks had appreciated enabling Mampilly to sell them for a profit.
Presently Mampilly is still interested in investing in companies. He often shares his investment advice through a newsletter he founded ‘’Profits Unlimited.” Recently Mampilly has been advising his audience to invest in the future: electric cars, precision medicine, and food delivery systems designed for millennials. According to him, advancement in technology and change in demographic factors are likely to open up new markets that seem unprofitable currently. There are many small companies currently dealing with the production of electric cars, or dealing with precision medicine, or dealing with delivery of food especially to millennials; Mampilly urges his audience to invest in those companies. Apart from “Profits Unlimited” Mampilly is often a guest on Bloomberg TV, CNBC, and other networks where he concerns himself with what he does best: business and investments.
Mampilly has over 25 years of experience in business or working for corporations such as Bankers Trust, Deutsche Bank, ING, and Kinetics Asset Management. Mampilly made a name for himself when he was a hedge fund manager with Kinetics Asset Management; during his tenure, the company’s assets experienced exponential growth. Pundits termed the increase as “World’s Best.”