The digital age is changing not only how we use our currency but even the kind of currency we use. Decentralized peer-to-peer blockchain technology has been a part of the new cryptocurrency which up until a couple years ago was kept in the high tech world, but there has been a push to bring it more mainstream recently. Banyan Hill author and investor Paul Mampilly has studied Bitcoin and followed moves by investors to buy it. While he praises the technology, he warns his followers to avoid it right now. Its market value went too high in 2017 just as many tech companies did in 2000, and this has caused a Bitcoin bubble. Mampilly believes a better time to invest in cryptocurrency is when the market becomes more ready for it and it stabilizes.
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Paul Mampilly has been on the inside of big banks and managed the portfolios of major corporate clients in his career. He came from India to the US to complete his education, and then worked for several years as a research assistant at Deutsche Bank, and then reached high level positions at ING and Banker’s Trust. In the next stage of his life, he was a director at a hedge fund cited as one of the top firms in Barron’s magazine, and he also was acclaimed for winning the investment competition hosted by the Templeton Foundation.
Paul Mampilly loved what he knew about investing, but he became dissatisfied with working in a corporate office for long hours and not having enough time with his family. So left that life and moved to a new location where he could enjoy life at a slower pace, but he also didn’t stop investing as a hobby since he enjoyed following the markets. And Banyan Hill was happy to have Mampilly come on as a writer since he had correctly predicted the tech bubble, the housing market crisis, and had appeared as a guest on Fox Business before.
Paul Mampilly writes newsletters that are not free, but that do cost much less than most premium Wall Street insiders. He doesn’t act as a wealth manager for subscribers but instead equips them with the knowledge they need to manage their own investments and execute their own stock buying and trades. Readers get to see Mampilly’s portfolio and get advice that’s easy to understand. To learn more about Mampilly’s newsletters, you can go to www.BanyanHill.com.
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