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— Paul Mampilly (@Paul_M_Guru) February 22, 2018
There’s likely to be changes coming to healthcare and the agent of those changes is going to be the already disruptive e-commerce brand, Amazon. What Amazon plans to do is setup a prescription purchase program that eliminates a lot of the steps that most other pharmacy companies have when you buy drugs from them, but most importantly they’re going to cut out the middleman. Many healthcare stocks that have operated with the usual middlemen involved in their drug manufacturing and distribution have been targeted by Amazon and seen their values drop, and stock market expert Paul Mampilly says those drops are likely to continue. While transparency in the pharmaceutical distribution process may be necessary, this move by Amazon spells trouble for investors, so Mampilly says if you see any healthcare stocks drop to bargain prices, do not buy them because they are likeln by to be investment traps. However, Mampilly did put out a new article at Banyan Hill saying there are still some healthcare stocks to look into that aren’t likely to be affected by Amazon. More info can be found here.
Newsletters and articles on buying stocks have become the media that Paul Mampilly uses to give advice to middle class investors. He was originally an advisor to many wealthy executives and big investors on Wall Street, a career that began after getting a bachelor’s degree in finance from Montclair State University. Mampilly was a research assistant for a few years at Deutsche Bank and then became a portfolio manager at ING and Banker’s Trust. He moved up to a prominent role as Managing Director of Kinetics International Fund and oversaw billions of dollars in hedge fund investments, and during his time there he made the headlines of Barron’s magazine for bringing in 26% annual returns in investments.
Paul Mampilly had most people talking when he made bold predictions about the rise of Facebook and Netflix, and he had long been building his own stock portfolio by the time he decided to retire from Wall Street. He was ready to leave the 16-hour work days behind and decided to become a newsletter author because he could now help people learn to invest without having to cut through all the barriers that the big Wall Street banks had in the way, and the newsletters offered at Banyan Hill were reasonably-priced. He accumulated over 60,000 subscribers when he first started writing “Profits Unlimited,” and since then he’s also had two other newsletters published. You can also see investments in action if you follow Mampilly’s YouTube channel or visit his facebook page.
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