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Paul Mampilly of Banyan Hill Publishing Calls Out The Next Two Industries To Invest In

Paul Mampilly of Banyan Hill Publishing has been recommending that investors focus on two industries in order to make big gains. These are the Internet of Things and precision medicine. He says that both industries are poised for huge gains in the coming years and investors should get in now before things really take off.

In his newsletter, Profits Unlimited, he stated that investors could invest $10,000 in his specific stock picks in precision medicine and earn up to ten times their money. To date, the pharmaceutical industry has been much more focused on treating illnesses and diseases in a way that masks their symptoms rather than actually curing them. In the field of precision medicine, there are now companies that are researching ways to provide people with individualized care that gets at the root of the disease in order to cure it.

One company that Paul Mampilly has written about that is doing this is Tempus out of Chicago, Illinois. He says that this company is building a huge database using machine learning. This database, filled with the genomic profiles of cancer patients, is already being used by doctors around the nation to inform them of the best way of treating each of their patients using this information.

Paul Mampilly says the Internet of Things is also poised to take off. He says that there is a wave of devices coming that will be able to collect and then transmit data to other devices and people, creating an interconnected web. This is going to include wearable devices, thermostats, appliances, cars, and more. He names a few specific companies to invest in which is available to subscribers of his Profits Unlimited newsletter.

Paul Mampilly was able to retire from his job on Wall Street when he was just 45 years old. One of his best stock picks was getting into Amazon stock early before it really took off. His ability to pick stocks resulted in him earning enough money that he didn’t have to work on Wall Street anymore. He now shares investment knowledge through his financial newsletter which is targeted towards mainstream investors.

About Paul Mampilly: ideamensch.com/paul-mampilly/