Too many people try to predict the future. Everywhere in America, someone is predicting the outcome of political battles, business trends, and sports tournaments. It’s getting out of control, especially considering most of these predictions are based on personal opinion. America needs someone who uses facts and real evidence to predict something. That’s where Paul Mampilly comes in. About Paul Mampilly has 20 years of experience working on Wall Street and handling large amounts of money. As a money manager, he was responsible for keeping up with other people’s money and making his business clients more money. For a while, he did so effectively.
All of a sudden, after 20 years, he left Wall Street. In an interview, Paul Mampilly says he left Wall Street because he got tired of making rich people more money. He wanted to do something more with life, but he didn’t know what at that time. After talking with Banyan Hill Publishing executives, he figured he could use his experience and knowledge to help average American make more money. Soon, Paul Mampilly became one of America’s top investment experts. He always clarifies the difference between what he does and what a professional advisor does. Through a series of newsletters, Mampilly guides American to stocks he believes are primed to skyrocket in the near future.
If he’s not guiding people to specific stocks, he’s explaining business trends and making business predictions. Investor Paul Mampilly is one of the real experts making real predictions for 2019 business trends and consumer behavior trends. Of all the prediction he made for 2019, two come to mind. His investment prediction about user reviews becoming more important is the more obvious. For years, small startup companies have utilized consumer reviews to their benefit, growing their companies faster and farther than larger corporations. Mampilly again predicted the rise of tech-based companies. Younger generations show a lot of interest in technology and tech companies are evolving to keep up. Mampilly is most excited by edge computing and virtual reality.