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Paul Mampilly Providing Wise Investment Options Through Profits Unlimited

October 28, 2017 • divinefuel

Paul Mampilly has carved a niche for himself as a financial advisor who is interested in helping ordinary Americans obtain wealth by investing in stocks. Mampilly left Wall Street when he was at the apex of his career to focus on his family and his primary goal of enlightening people regarding stocks.

Mampilly in partnership with Banyan Hill Publishing, a publishing firm focusing solely on publishing investment newsletters and research advice papers, launched “Profits Unlimited,” an investment newsletter. So far, the subscription-based newsletter has over 60,000 investors benefitting from Mampilly’s investment advice amassed during his 25-year career in renowned financial firms such as Banker’s Trust, ING, kinetic Asset Management, Deutsche Bank, etc.

Mampilly is perhaps among the few investment advisors who practice what they preach. Stocks trading is in Mampilly’s DNA. He invests regularly, and his investments in Sarepta Therapeutics and Netflix are the most publicized. It is no surprise, Mampilly made over 2000 percent gain when he bought stocks of Sarepta which he disposed of the same year that he purchased them.

Mampilly was among the competitors in an investment competition sponsored by the Templeton Foundation. Like he always does, Mampilly emerged the winner of the contest owing to his ability to grow a $50 million portfolio to $80 million in a short time. What’s more, Mampilly accomplished the impressive growth (76 percent) when the financial market was in crisis.

Signing up for Profits Unlimited is almost a guaranteed way of making money from the stock market. Mampilly handpicks “the best” stocks and suggests that readers invest in them. Mampilly spends several hours researching his stocks and a couple of more hours to ensure that his advice is not only reliable but also practical. He regularly updates the newsletter so that his audience are kept abreast with the developments in the financial market. Mampilly also has a website to provide supplemental information to information carried by the newsletter.

Mampilly bets on the Internet of Things (IoT). With the constant advancement of the internet and technology, he envisions a period that devices will be connected to each other to provide ease of control. An example is a smart house whose many functions can be triggered by a handheld remote control. Mampilly believes an investment in IoT technology is a winning investment. Mampilly never forgets millennials and trends that they initiate. Mampilly acknowledges that millennials currently constitute a significant portion of the American population. Any investment tailored to their needs is potentially a lucrative decision.

Jason Hope Discusses Where Internet Of Things May Lead Us

March 29, 2017 • divinefuel

Jason Hope has made a career out of being right concerning the tech trends of the future. Always staying abreast of the cutting-edge in science, medicine and computer technology, Hope has proven again and again that he has the perspicacity and tenacity to stay steps ahead of the competition.

Recently, the Arizona entrepreneur has taken to the internet. Writing blogs, guest posts and articles for tech magazines and websites, the technology expert has raised questions and addressed concerns about the society-wide implications that many of the technologies encompassed by the Internet of Things will have.

We may need a universal basic income

Hope has long been a proponent of, if nothing else, at least having a serious discussion about the idea of a universal basic income, a development which he sees as eventually being an absolute necessity in an increasingly advanced economy. One of the problems that Hope sees is the gradual automation and final mechanization of all menial jobs. Any job that does not require higher level, abstract thought, says Hope, is currently at risk of automation and will be in grave risk of disappearing within the next 25 to 50 years. Hope says that this will cause massive disruptions to the socioeconomic landscape of the United States and could be seriously harmful if we’re caught unprepared.

However, Jason Hope says that there is no sense fretting over it. It is as inevitable as the sun rising. What we should do, he says, is start working out how to solve the issues of massive unemployment in the context of incredibly cheap and widely available basic necessities.


Categories: Internet of Things