Apple is among the two biggest players in the mobile phone industry. Its share value can only be compared to that of its rival Samsung. Over the last few decades, it has been the rival to beat in the United States market. It has consistently recorded impressive results of good performance. For a long time, its market has been marked by increases and stagnation. Rarely has it faced market depressions. However, according to investment analyst and former hedge fund manager Paul Mampilly, the company shares will take a hit in 2018. The increase which has been seen in its entire lifetime will not be manageable this year. Stock investors need to be aware of this and strategize on how to approach the markets in such a situation. In an article which he recently published, Paul Mampilly outlines the reasons why the stock will not perform well in 2018.
Paul Mampilly who is known for insightful opinions about the direction of stock markets. His has experience of about two decades working in the industry. He has predicted directions of major stocks in the past and his opinion has always passed to be true. He is an authority in a market that is the most dynamic and one not many people may be able to read with ease like he does.
Paul Mampilly has been a hedge fund manager in Wall Street. He retired in his 40’s to concentrate on investor education and mentoring as well trading in his own private platform. By the time he retired, he had made a fortune from the stock investments and was no longer interested in working for others. It was time to work for himself while at the same time helping as many people as possible deal with the issues concerning stock investments. Let’s us go back to Apple and its stock.
Many investors have had high expectations of the Apple’s stock especially in the last one year when Warren buffet pumped about $20 million into the company to boost its marketing operations. Many investors saw this as an indication of good times ahead. It was almost a sure bet that it would be one of the stocks to look forward to this year. However, Paul Mampilly paints a different picture. He believes this is the year that will mark the decline of the share value of the giant electronics company.
About Paul Mampilly.
Paul Mampilly is currently an editor with the Banyan Hill Publishing. He is responsible for the publishing of investment material. He is also the winner of the Templeton Foundation award.
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