Paul Mampilly is the current Senior Editor at the Banyan Hill Publishing Company. He is the co-founder of the company’s newsletter that guides subscribers into the stocks. Also, he manages trading services and writes a weekly-based newsletter for the company. Paul Mampilly joined the Banyan Hill Publishing Company in 2016.
He currently specializes in promoting and helping the Main Street Americans find wealth in small-cap stocks, growth investing, technology, and unique opportunities. Since his graduation from the University of Fordham in 1991, he has proven to be a driving force in the finance industry.
Before joining Banyan Hill Publishing Company, he was a Senior Editor at the Stanberry Research LLC. Mampilly has held various positions, including money manager, senior portfolio manager and senior research analyst among others.
Paul Mampilly’s Ten Predictions for the Businesses in 2019
Currently, Mampilly has ten predictions for businesses in 2019. These predictions will help investors make informed decisions. He predicts that the big data will become accessible since, for most firms, data is a major product that they can sell to other organizations for a steep price. Paul Mampilly predicts that in 2019 more firms will have the means to make use of the data than ever.
The home appreciation rates lose steam is another prediction where he predicts that over the next year, the rate will average around 1.5 % and it will remain at this level for some time. Other predictions include the rise of the voice search, the rise of new sources of customer data, businesses adapting to the modern consumers and major data increase. Paul Mampilly also predicts that there will be excellent political conditions that will favor business growth and the edge computing will propel the current internet of things.
According to him, there will be long-term in investing, and virtual reality is poised to explode in the coming years. Finally, he predicts that user reviews will be more vital than ever in 2019. Currently, 95 percent of all online users report that they often refer to online reviews prior to making their purchases. The trend will only intensify over the next year, and the companies that focus on producing positive reviews will overtake those that do not. Broadening the Tree of Wealth With Paul Mampilly and Banyan Hill Publishing