Paul Mampilly is a respected investment adviser in the United States who has the ability to help investors to understand how to make the right investment decisions. In the past few years, he has concentrated on the average American investors who struggled to make profitable investments opportunity. After working in Wall Street for two decades, he felt that it was important that he would help the less fortunate to understand how they can make profits from the market. He has been working with Banyan Hill Publishing Company in creating materials that others can learn from. About Paul Mampilly was born in India. He came into the United States and found it a favorable country to make his permanent home. He started working with various organizations in positions of financial management.
After a few years, he found himself managing accounts worth millions and billions of dollars. By 2006 he was already a hedge fund manager working with Kinetics Asset Management. He was in charge of the $6 billion in funds. At the time he left this organization, it was worth 25 billion. Paul Mampilly says that every American deserves a chance to enjoy financial freedom. This is the reason why he has put a lot of efforts towards educating the masses about the importance of investments. He is using his Profits Unlimited newsletter, a financial publication to give ideas on some of the opportunities that can earn profits.
As a successful investor, Paul Mampilly is a mentor to many. Every time he makes certain predictions other investors are keen to listen to him. In 2019, he has made some predictions on the direction that the market is likely to make. From his investment analysis, the application of big data will become more apparent in 2019. He sees a situation where smaller companies will start enjoying the benefits of access to big data as opposed to previous years when only the big organizations had the opportunity of access to the big data. Therefore, Mampilly is optimistic that smaller businesses will now come up with marketing techniques that will challenge the operations of large organizations. Paul Mampilly sees big data becoming even more impactful in 2019.