Paul Mampilly is an investment guru in the United States today. Paul was born in India. While he was growing up, India was in a financial crisis that had been created by excess borrowing from the government and then unable to repay. The government was forced to borrow even from its citizens to enable them to repay the loans. One of the people who gave out a loan to the government was Paul Mampilly’s father. The loan they gave to the government was attracting 18% return every year for 30 years. Paul Mampilly saw this as a very good investment his father had made. He was encouraged to make such investments for himself when he grew older.
Paul Mampilly moved to the United States when he was 18 years. He studied his bachelor’s degree in finance and accounting at the Montclair State University in NJ. He then joined Gabelli School of Business at the Fordham University for his MBA. Paul Mampilly was an avid reader. He went to New York where he studied various courses on financial engineering and economics. Paul Mampilly today is a respected investor and adviser on economic matters. He writes investments publication such as the Profits Unlimited and Extreme Fortunes.
Paul Mampilly is respected in the investment industry because of his ability to recommend stocks which have a huge return rate. View Paul Mampilly’s profile at linkedin.
Paul Mampilly research on for small cap companies which are starting to gain dominance in the industry. One of the companies that he has invested in previously and reward very well was Tata automotive company. He invested in the company when the shares were at $5 per share in 2009, by the end of that year, each share was going for $16. In 2015, Tata shares had increased to $15. This was one of the best increases in the stock markets. This is just one of the stocks he had spotted very early before they exploded. There are many others in technology and related medical industries which he has spotted and gained massively from them.
Paul Mampilly published his Profits Unlimited newsletter through the Banyan Hill Publishing. He joined the firm in 2016 as a senior editor. Profits Unlimited is the fasted growing newsletter in the country with over 100.000 subscribers after a very short time. Paul Mampilly has won the hearts of ordinary investors with his fair pricing and the quality of investment recommendations he gives. Those who follow him can attest to making huge returns in the industry.
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Financial journalist and stock market investor, Jeff Yastine, is widely recognized as the longstanding anchor and correspondent of the PBS Nightly Business Report program, holding the position from 1994, until 2010. Throughout his career, Mr. Yastine has had the pleasure of interviewing a number of the world’s most prominent businessmen, including Warren Buffet, Sir Richard Branson, and Michael Dell, learning a number of insider business practices that have helped to propel him, as well as his audience, throughout the course of his career. His foresight has allowed him to predict a number of catastrophes that have shaken the world’s economy, including the prediction of the dot-com bubble of the early 2000’s, as well as the fall of the real estate market several years later. Through his reporting, Mr. Yastine has successful predicted strong economic turnarounds for a number of high-profile businesses and has also been ahead of the curve on a number of lucrative investments. When Hurricane Katrina struck, Mr. Yastine successful predicted the economic plight that was sure to follow, and in 2007, he was nominated for a Business Emmy Award for his reporting on the crumbling infrastructure of America. He has twice traveled to Cuba, reporting on the impact that foreign investment has had on the country’s economy, and he was on location for the return of the Panama Canal to its native people. Today, Jeff Yastine serves as the editor for Total Wealth Insider as a part of the team at Banyan Hill Publishing, and he also regularly contributes pieces for its columns, Winning Investor Daily, and Sovereign Investor Daily. Visit Jeff Yastine at medium .com to know more.
As we get deeper into 2018, Jeff Yastine predicts a change in the culture of major corporations, switching from emphasizing internal growth, to mergers and acquisitions. Due to changes regarding tax reform, which is sure to free up significant capital, as well as changes in consumer purchases and corporate sentiment, mergers and acquisitions are sure to emerge at the forefront of business policy. In a recent survey by the multinational professional services network, Deloitte, it was revealed, that, of the 1000 executives questioned, nearly seventy percent said that they would use their surplus capital to invest in mergers and acquisitions. According to Dealogic, which has been collecting data regarding mergers and acquisitions since 1995, there was a significant jump in the process toward the end of the year, with November 2017, reaching an all-time high in regards to recent history. Visit :https://jeffyastine.tumblr.com/
Throughout his career, Ted Bauman has dedicated his life to creating financial solutions for people so that they can live an autonomous life, free of government or corporate intervention. Although Mr. Bauman was born and raised in the United States, he spent the majority of his career in South Africa, where he worked as an executive in the nonprofit sector, helping to connect others with adequate housing solutions. During this time, he wrote extensively on issues regarding urban planning and housing, securing clients that ranged from the World Bank to the United Nations and a number of grant-making agencies throughout Europe. He attended the University of Cape Town, where he garnered sever postgraduate degrees. In 2008, Ted Bauman returned to the United States, beginning work as a director for Habitat For Humanity, before joining Banyan Hill Publishing in 2013. Today he lives in Atlanta, GA with his family, where he works primarily from his home office. Learn more about Ted Bauman at crunchbase.com
Typically, Ted Bauman begins his day in the same fashion – beginning by dropping his daughter off at school, before returning home to initiate his tasks at his basement office. Finding that he works most efficiently in the morning, he normally begins immediately, staying busy until about 5:00 pm each day. He attempts to complete his most difficult tasks first, being that it is the most productive period for him, and when not writing, spends a large portion of time researching, both mainstream and obscure outlets, for information that will be the most beneficial to his audience. Being that connecting with his audience is such an integral part of his job, considering the fact that his information directly influences their financial success and overall security, he has to utilize the full array of his narrative skills to bring mundane topics to life, while also providing real-world examples.
As he is constantly attempting to stay abreast of the latest financial and economic trends around the world, he has recently noticed a trend amongst his readership – they are now questioning many longstanding traditions regarding the public’s relationship with large corporate entities, as well as the government. He believes that many of the issues and contradictions that have come about are the result of the lack of government regulation regarding the free capital movement. While he admits that he has never been a proponent of any type of government regulation, he finds it incredibly exciting that ordinary people are beginning to question traditional practices, while also seeking new and effective solutions.
Seasoned investment guru Mr. Ted Bauman did a comprehensive article breaking down the current limitations of bitcoin’s underlying technology hindering it from achieving its overall goal of becoming the most popular form of conducting transactions considering how secure it is and the fact that it is a decentralized form of currency. According to Ted Bauman, the function of a currency is to process transactions not only securely but also in a timely fashion. This is yet to be achieved by bitcoin as it currently compares very poorly when put side by side with the leading transaction processing platforms such as Visa which according to publicly available data has the capability to process more than 24,000 transactions each second as opposed to bitcoin which can currently process 6.5 transactions per second. In addition, there are reports of users waiting for 10 minutes on average to process a single transaction on bitcoin, with the longest waiting time recorded to be over 40 minutes. The unfortunate fact is that the situation can only worsen as more people join the Bitcoin platform.
That being said, there is a huge balancing task that will definitely go into trying to improve bitcoin’s underlying technological infrastructure. This is because bitcoin is an encrypted digital currency which exists within a network of computers hence its decentralized nature. This means that whenever a transaction occurs, all nodes connected to the bitcoin ecosystem have to update in real-time making it secure and private, free from manipulation from governments and the financial agencies like the central banks. Research has shown that there have been conscious and deliberate efforts aimed at trying to reduce the painstakingly long transaction processing times. In order to reduce the processing time, the most probable solutions involve reducing the amount of data processed in each and every bitcoin mining block. Conversely, the size of bitcoin’s mining blocks can be increased so that more data can be up for processing at every go. The tradeoff is that all of these approaches involve moving some data out of the blockchain, as a result, reducing the security of the Bitcoin platform.
A note about Ted Bauman
From 2013 Ted Bauman has been working with Banyan Hill Publishing as the Editorial Director. He is also the editor of the Alpha Stock Alert, Plan B Club and the Bauman Letter in which he provides invaluable pieces of advice and opinions on a number of subjects including privacy and low-risk investment.