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Paul Mampilly Says These Super Materials are Ripe for Massive Windfalls

According to Paul Mampilly, financial analyst, strategist, and editor of Profits Unlimited, 2019 will be the year of investing in Super Materials. In one Mampilly’s last video’s, found on Banyan Hill, the finance guru explains how the emergence of Graphene and Spider Silk are massive windfalls waiting to happen.

Investing In SuperMaterials Of The Future

Graphene is the strongest and most expensive material in the world. In addition, it has excellent electrical and thermal conductivity, and essentially considered the raw material of the future. For years, Graphene was this emerging technology stuck on “could.” As promising as it is, it is far too expensive, and it takes a lot of effort in the lab. However, Paul Mampilly costs are diminishing, and according to his research Graphene will become a trillion-dollar market. Mampilly also explores various investments in futuristic ideas in his newletter, The $10 Million Portfolio.

Another emerging technology that excites Paul Mampilly is made from crustacean shells and spider silk. It’s a super material called Shrilk. It’s much stronger than plastic, resistant as aluminum but lighter in weight, and is also biodegradable, and experts say that it is one of the materials of the future. Besides the environmental community being interested, the medical community is looking at this material to use for suture threads and regeneration methods.

Paul Mampilly is a well-known investment analyst, providing research and advice in his popular newsletters, The $10 Million Portfolio, True Momentum, Profits Unlimited, and Rapid Profit Trader. He’s a long-time publisher and editor at Banyan Hill Publishing.

Prior to joining Banyan Hill Publishing, Mampilly worked for Deutsche Bank, Deutsche Asset Management, Voya Financial, and Stansberry Research. He has served as an investment analyst for more than 20 years, and continues to offer advice in the finance community.

Mampilly offers helpful articles, videos and a range of advice on Banyan Hill, or Facebook.