Paul Mampilly is a founder of Profits Unlimited published by the Banyan Hill publishing company; he is a former manager at hedge fund and one of all time grease American Investor in history. His vast experience and knowledge learned through working under different corporations in the Wall Street have given him the extensive knowledge on the various commodities around the globe and how to study their trends before investing in them.
Twitter Article Recap
Most of his posts on his social media pages, especially twitter talks about investment opportunities available for people who want to push their money there and earn interest. One of his latest article on twitter talks about Tesla motors and the mistakes that have been made by the CEO of the Company Elon Musk. According to his reasoning, Paul Mampilly says that most of the chairmen and chief executive officers are influenced by the fame when running their companies, they love to be recognized when they do something small, and this has pushed them to greater lengths to even engage in very risky investments in search of popularity. Among such people is Jack Ma of Alibaba, Richard Branson of Virgin Group and the late Steve Jobs of Apple
. But seeking fame leads to negativity and not every investor is going to agree with you despite you being the founder. Remember Steve Jobs was once fired from Apple because investors did not agree with his vision for Apple. Right now, Tesla motors are experiencing the Ups, and the downs of the market and the media are all over him. The entire world is wondering whether they should bail on Tesla’s stock or will he be able to revive the company to its glory? Recently. Paul Mampilly talks about Elon Musk lashing out at the analysts and answering their questions poorly. This was the first to many poor public relations decisions he made. Paul Mampilly advice the people who want to bail out on Tesla stocks because of Mr. Musk to stop. They should ignore Mr. Musk and focus on Tesla because the company is a leading edge in its products.