Apple stocks to decline in 2018 according to Paul Mampilly

Every stock investor in the United States needs to follow Paul Mampilly. He is a reputable stock investor and a former hedge fund manager. He has worked for big investment banks in the world and understands how the financial markets work. Paul is known for making correct predictions about various stocks. His predictions always come and this has made him one of the most followed analyst. Investors will wait for his opinion about various stocks so that they can decide if the investment is good or bad.

In one of his recent articles, Paul Mampilly has given his opinion about the future of Apple. According to him, this is a company on the decline. A company that will start losing its market value starting 2018, if nothing is done by the company to sustain capacity. Already, the company has shown signs of poor performance. It has failed to introduce any new products in the market. It has concentered on trying to advance its already existing products. Since the death of Steve Jobs, there is no change that has been made. The same product which Steve Jobs brought to the market are the same products which are still retailing until today; the iPhone, iPod, and the iPad. All these were innovations of Steve Jobs. With the lackluster performance, the company will likely face a hard time in the future.

Paul Mampilly already predicts the fall of its share value. He is advising anyone trying to invest in the company to consider another option since Apple’s time is up. The company will dwindle as it is hit by lawsuits regarding the recent reports of releasing updates meant to slow older devices so that they can force their customers to buy new ones. With such allegations, this is likely to be detrimental to the company.

Paul Mampilly is asking investors not to live in the shadows of the founder Steve Jobs. The good days are already gone. The decline is imminent unless something is done. This is not the time to buy Apple shares. The stock value will drop and investing now will most likely lead to losses. For many years, it has been doing very well but this should not be an indicator of a bright future.

About Paul Mampilly

Paul Mampilly was the winner of the 2009 Templeton Foundation awards. He managed to grow his capital of $50 million to $88 million at a time when the financial market was performing badly.

He is the author of a newsletter called “Profits Unlimited.” It details the investment opportunities available in the markets.

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