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Paul Mampilly Predicts Amazon’s Healthcare Takeover May Not Be As Hostile As Predicted

Amazon had major financial newspapers talking about a deal it announced with JP Morgan Chase and Berkshire Hathaway to build its way into the healthcare industry. It’s planning on offering a prescription drug and health plan purchase program that’s going to be much different that what most drug retailers offer, and several companies have already seen their stocks head down as a result. But while there has been panic for some healthcare stockholders, Paul Mampilly says Amazon may still be in for a few surprises yet. Follow Paul on Facebook.

You can usually trust that when Paul Mampilly makes a statement about the stock market, he’s usually spot on as he’s picked up many stocks of companies in their infancy stage over the years and later sold them for huge profits. Mampilly points to Amazon’s track record and notes that they were said to be ending traditional grocery stores when they bought up Whole Foods and tried to bring a disruptive new way of shopping. But it seems this hasn’t quite worked out the way they predicted and many longtime grocery store chains are still up and running. He also said they moved into online streaming when Amazon Prime was introduced, and while this bumped Netflix out of first place temporarily, Netflix came roaring right back and has shown it’s not going anywhere. Mampilly says Amazon will make headway into healthcare, but he says don’t bet that other companies are going to disappear just yet.

Paul Mampilly was an accounts manager and portfolio advisor for Deutsche Bank, ING and Banker’s Trust, and he holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance from Montclair State and an MBA from Fordham. He also is a former hedge fund managing director at Kinetics International Fund, and he is famous for winning the Templeton Foundation investment competition in which he was given $50 million and made a large 76% return in one year through stock investing. His personal portfolio has included buying into the initial public offerings of Facebook, Netflix and Sarepta Therapeutics. Follow Paul on

Paul Mampilly changed what he was doing by leaving the big banks at age 42 because he wanted to leave the long 16-hour shifts and spend more time with his wife and children, and he also wanted to stop giving advice to the top 1% and give it instead to regular Americans. He decided the best way to do this was through newsletters since he could make the information more personal that way, and he could do so without charging all the broker fees and other problems that plagued Wall Street. His subscribers have spoken about how informative his newsletters are, and what they like most about them is how he breaks down the information and makes it applicable to them. Paul Mampilly began with the “Profits Unlimited” newsletter which gained 60,000 subscribers in a month, and then added “True Momentum” and “Extreme Fortunes.” All of his newsletters are available to subscribe to at