What Tech Company Paul Mampilly Revealed As A Great Investment Opportunity

Investment guru Paul Mampilly has a publication called Profits Unlimited. He publishes it through Banyan Hill Publishing and it focuses on smaller companies that his research shows are going to have fantastic growth going forward. He puts advertisements up on the internet before he publishes a new issue that teases what company he will be featuring in it. For one of these he said that he would be writing about a $7 tech stock that he expected to grow by 8,000% because it had on its hands one of the greatest new technologies ever.

In the ad Paul Mampilly showed a picture of a little device on top of a dime. He said it was a sensor but didn’t explain exactly what it did. This didn’t really help identify this new investment opportunity. He also drew comparisons to Microsoft, saying this company would have a projectory similar to that Microsoft had experienced in its early days. He pointed out that if you had spent $100 investing in Microsoft stock during its IPO back in 1986 today you would have $838,833. He thinks this company’s stock will do the same.

Once his issue of Profits Unlimited was out it turns out he was talking about STMicroelectronics. They’ve been around for 20 years but since 2001 they’ve been a company with a stock price that has declined dramatically. Why did Paul Mampilly think this company was about to dramatically turn that around?

This company puts out a sensor that IoT devices have to use. Paul Mampilly was right about them because after his issue of Profits Unlimited released the company’s stock started going up and it forecast revenue gains of 35%. He thinks this is just the start and investors who put their money into this company are going to be very happy down the road.

Paul Mampilly also offers investment consulting services to other professionals in the industry through Capuchin Consulting, a firm he founded in 2013. He spent 20 years on Wall Street including managing a very successful hedge fund. Over the years he has been a featured guest on many financial shows including on Bloomberg TV and CNBC among others.

He is originally from India but he went to high school in the United Arab Emirates. Soon after graduating he moved to America where he received an extensive education including attending the Fordham Gabelli School of Business in order to earn and MBA in finance.

Paul Mampilly’s Social Media: twitter.com/Paul_M_Guru

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