Paul Mampilly: To or Not To Invest in Marijuana

Paul Mampilly began his career in 1991 on Wall Street for companies like Bankers Trust and Deutsche Bank. In 2006, he took a position as a hedge fund manager at Kinetics Asset Management. Under the leadership of Paul Mampilly, the firm’s assets grew from $6 billion to an astounding $25 billion. At one point in his career, in 2008, he was asked to compete in an investment competition to see how much money he could make by investing $50 million. Over a two-year time period, he was able to see a return of 76 percent, making him one of world’s best investor. This massive return caused Mampilly to win the competition.

Eventually, life on Wall Street became exhausting, he became tired of helping the rich become richer. Instead Mampilly wanted to help everyday people from all walks of life with their investment options, so, after seeing major success, he left Wall Street.

Mampilly became a senior editor at Banyan Hill Publishing where he writes Profits Unlimited, a publication detailing how the everyday, average person can find growth in their investments. Particularly, he specializes in growth investments, as well as technology and small-cap stock investments.


Recently, Paul Mampilly gave predictions about whether or not stocks in the marijuana industry are a solid investment. The marijuana industry is expected to grow at an astounding 350 percent and be worth $24 billion, within the next several years. Despite this information, unlike many other investment experts, Mampilly suggests not investing in marijuana. Why? Because he believes that there isn’t enough known profitable opportunity for making additional money. However, he does have an alternative investment opportunity that he feels will be worthwhile.

Instead, he suggests investing into an option that he predicts will, in just four years, see a growth of 8,000 percent and an increase from $245 billion to $4 trillion. Paul Mampilly hasn’t provided this investment opportunity publicly, but only to his readers that subscribe to his publication. Some might be apprehensive as to why they should heed Mampilly’s advice, however, he has an excellent track record. His followers have made as much as 6,220 percent from investments they made based on his advice. Visit: https://www.linkedin.com/in/paulmampilly

 

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