Paul Mampilly Discusses His Future During Semi-Retirement

Before beginning his career at Bankers Trust in 1991, investor, Paul Mampilly, attended Fordham University, eventually graduating with a Master’s of Business Administration degree. Mr. Mampilly is currently the senior editor of Profits Unlimited with Banyan Hill Publishing, joining the team in 2016 after a successful career on Wall Street helping the ultra-wealthy maintain and grow their fortunes. During his Wall Street tenure, Mr. Mampilly worked for a number of mainstream financial institutions, including Deutsche Bank, ING, and Kinetics Asset Management. While at Kinetics Asset Management, he played a prominent role, managing their hedge fund and growing their assets to upwards of $25 billion. After growing tired of making money for the wealthiest one percent of the world, Paul Mampilly decided to semi-retire, and instead, concentrated on helping the average American to earn and secure wealth. This has proven to be a very lucrative decision, as his newsletter, Profits Unlimited, has since garnered over 90,000 subscribers, while his trading services, True Momentum, and Extreme Fortunes, continue to flourish.

Throughout his career, Paul Mampilly has experienced a number of successes as an entrepreneur, and by his estimation, a key factor in his ability to consistently bring about positive results is his ability to adhere to a strict schedule. Over the course of the last 15 years, his routine has remained relatively unchanged. Each morning, he begins by reviewing the changes that have occurred regarding the North American market, as well as the world market. As one of the most trusted sources of information to his growing audience, it is important that he consistently deliver quality information regarding stocks and upcoming changes in the market. Before making a recommendation, Mr. Mampilly and his team spend an average of 40 hours researching the stock, followed by an additional 30 hours constructing the recommendation, ensuring that the information is both, accurate and approachable. Recently, Paul Mampilly has begun investing more time and energy in the Internet of Things, believing that it is a mega trend that is sure to affect virtually all sectors in the near future.

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Shervin Pishevar Shared These Thoughts Back In February – How Did They Hold Up? You Won’t Believe How TRUE Some Of These Predictions Were

People normally invest money they earned via working to fortify their earnings’ value against inflation, exchange rate variability, and other market fluctuations. Some people invest their own money as a living – not just as a means of generating passive income.

Shervin Pishevar is a member of the latter group of people; instead of working a relatively – or even absolutely, unarguably – boring job, Mr. Pishevar rides the highs and lows of the private equity investments he has made in more than 60 business entities since he became an investor after the turn of the millennium.

When it comes to investing, finance, and market analysis, Shervin Pishevar truly does know what he’s talking about. The 17-odd-year veteran venture capitalist didn’t learn the ropes of investing by going to college for finance, reading tutorials on the World Wide Web, or constantly hiring consultants and financial advisors for their opinions only to claim their views as Shervin’s own – only through getting his proverbial feet wet in the Olympic-size swimming pool of finance did Shervin Pishevar become the expert he is.

Shervin Pishevar let the world in on some of the inner workings of his mind in the first week of February earlier this year – February 2018. Rather than writing an expose in a popular financial magazine or otherwise sharing his opinions for personal gain through a publishing company, Mr. Pishevar published a line of tweets about what he thought the world of finance and investing would yield throughout the rest of 2018 and all or most of 2019.

He felt Bitcoin would continue crashing – and that it did

On January 1, 2017, one Bitcoin was worth roughly $1,000. Over the rest of 2017, the price jumped to an all-time high of $19,600. From early December 2017 – when Bitcoin reached that aforementioned high – the price of Bitcoin continued to drop.

One of Shervin Pishevar’s February 6 tweets claimed that Bitcoin would crash until it hit the $5,000 mark, then slowly rise with stability. So far, this has proven to be true.