Paul Mampilly Advises Investment In Medical Research

Paul Mampilly’s Profits Unlimited Banyan Hill newsletter has a new teaser pitch. It is an entry level letter for picking stock. The teaser is that Mampilly has found the company that will be leading the revolution of medicine. He also says that it will be something that captures more of the market for health care. More hints like the company is worth one and a half billion dollars, and peeking at DNA are included in the teaser.

Myriad Genetics located just outside of Salt Lake City, Utah is the company that he is referring to. The company profits from the processing and selling of tests that detect risks for cancer. Tests also identify variants of cancer, predict progressions in disease and treatment. Paul Mampilly ad was originally posted in July but is now without a date meaning he likely began to recommend it when the stock was lower than the quoted price.

Mampilly recommended a different company before this one but this one is growing.

About Paul Mampilly

Mampilly is focused on business, winning a number of awards and managing hedge funds. He has appeared on several television shows over various networks and founded Profits Unlimited. Paul Mampilly gives financial advice about the stock market to help investors make wise choices.

Paul Mampilly moved from India when he was young and has over two decades of business experience. His career began during 1991 at Deutsche Bank and he has managed both starting accounts and million dollar accounts. Mampilly was an account manager for Royal Bank of Scotland.

Paul Mampilly was added to Kinetics International and the company began to thrive under his leadership. He invested in a company working on the development of a treatment for muscular dystrophy in 2012 and sold his shares in under a year for a gain of two thousand percent. He also invested in Netflix during 2008, and he gives investors details and advice on what to invest in and when to make the investments. He also tells people when to get rid of stocks to maximize profit without losing anything. Paul Mampilly was able to retire at age forty-two to start spending more time with his family.

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