April 28, 2018 · Businessman, Founder

In the latest profits unlimited newsletter, Paul Mampilly the stock expert advises traders to invest in precision medicine stocks by myriad genetics as they are quite promising. For those who are just hearing about this, precision medicine focuses on creating personalized medication based on your DNA. In other words, the scientist or physician creates prescriptions based on your genetic structure hence helps eradicate chronic conditions or develop effective drugs for whatever illness a person is suffering from. Follow Paul on Facebook.

Why Medicine precision stocks are a wise investment

According to Paul Mampilly, the precision medicine company has been doing quite well since last year September, and it currently has $2.2 billion worth of stock which is quite high considering that it only had $1.5 billion in stock over summer. Besides Myriad genetics, other companies in that stock arena such as Foundation medicine are doing quite well. However, Myriad genetic remains the leader in precision medicine stocks with a market cap of $1.3 billion which continues to grow with each day. That is why Paul Mampilly urges people to invest in it as it seems more promising.

Paul’s career background

Paul Mampilly is a household name in the American finance sector. He is an influential personality in this sector as he was once a manager of a successful hedge fund and is also a well-known investor. Paul graduated from Fordham University in 1996 with an MBA. However, before this and while studying Mampilly had already worked with various prominent banks in wall street and had served prominent positions such as being the assistant portfolio manager at Bankers trust and also a senior analyst with Deutsche bank during which he used to manage accounts worth millions of dollars.

Career growth and achievements

During this time is when he acquired his expertise in stocks and finance related matters. He used his knowledge as a stepping stone to becoming great in future, and this would prove to be quite fruitful in future. For instance, when he joined Kinetics asset management in 2006 as a hedge fund manager, Paul put the skills he earned while in his previous job into action and managed to steer the company to greener pastures. He helped Kinetics increase to $25 billion worth of assets a factor which saw the company earn the World’s best title for the high returns. Paul Mampilly then went on to surprise the world with more success when he joined the Templeton Foundation investment competition with only $50 million and through his top of the shelf skills, he managed to grow the amount to $88 million. All these growth took place in two years, which is between 2008 and 2009. Since he won the competition, Paul has never looked back and continues to soar to great heights with each dawn. Read more at PRNewswire about Paul Mampilly.

Profits unlimited

He is the founder of Profits unlimited, a popular newsletter in which he suggests to his readers about the best stocks to invest in to get high returns. Since he began, it, the newsletter has seen tremendous growth and currently has more than 90,000 subscribers. He is quite active on social media where he goes live every once in a while to interact with his subscribers and traders. Thanks to his impressive resume and being a financial powerhouse, Paul Mampilly is a common figure in television programs such as CNBC and fox business news where he talks and advises viewers on matters finance.

Mampilly on bitcoin and crypto

Besides offering advice on stocks, Paul Mampilly also has something to say about the recent bitcoin and cryptocurrency craze. Even though the world around him is going crazy about crypto, Paul is negative about it and advises investors to go slow on it to avoid losses when the bubble bursts unexpectedly. Visit: https://ideamensch.com/paul-mampilly/


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