Amazon is a behemoth. When it first started, it was simply an online bookstore. Eventually, it keeps on expanding into other industries. It started opening up physical stores. It bought off Whole Foods, and it is thinking of going into the clothing industry as well. Amazon also wants to go into the healthcare industry. What does this mean for investors? Paul Mampilly has some much needed advice.
Paul Mampilly says that David Larsen knows what he is talking about when he says that Amazon will soon buy healthcare stocks. According to David Larsen, who is highly respected by award winning investor Paul Mampilly, it is not a matter of if, but a matter of when.
Paul Mampilly says that many of his followers have invested in stocks that may be targeted by Amazon. According to Paul and other investors who are knowledgeable about things, when Amazon will start targeting the healthcare industry, the stocks will start going down. People will start losing their hard earned money that they invested. This has happened to many other industries that Amazon has targeted in the past, and there is no reason to think that it will not happen in the healthcare industry.
In particular, Paul Mampilly predicts that it is likely that Amazon will go into the prescription drug market. Many people do not know how many steps have to be taken by the companies that provide them with prescription drugs. If Amazon goes into this industry, people who have stocks in those companies will likely see their portfolio lose out, because those companies will not be able to compete with Amazon.
Paul Mampilly pointed to many things that can cause the price of the stocks to drop. He said that if less money is going to the middlemen who play a large role in the process, investors will start losing out.
Paul Mampilly started his Wall Street Career at Bankers Trust and Deutsche Bank. He later started his own newsletter, Profits Unlimited. It is read by thousands around the world who lean on him for financial advice regarding their investments. He also won the Templeton Foundation award for having an investment portfolio that earned a return on investment of seventy six percent.
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