Paul Mampilly is a renowned Wall Street investment advisor who hails from India. Mampilly at a tender age of 18 immigrated to America in search of education and greener pastures. Mampilly first attended the New Jersey-based Montclair State University for his undergraduate studies in Finance and accounting. He then joined Seton Hall University where he pursued a Business Administration Degree and after that Joined Fordham Graduate School of Business for his MBA. Mampilly after relocating to the US quickly adapted to the nation’s culture and decided to make it his permanent home. Paul Mampilly immediately after school began a career at Wall Street. Mampilly became so successful at Wall Street and became one of the most sought after portfolio managers and financial investment advisor.
Paul Mampilly has already made some predictions for the year 2019 and wants to share his thoughts to investors so that they can make the right investment decision in the New Year. One area that Paul Mampilly has predicted and investors should watch is the Big Data business. Big Data for some time now has been a preserve of the big companies who had the resources and capacity of buying and using it. However, with increased technological advancement the trend is likely to change, and big data will now become cheap and accessible to small companies. Small companies will now also be in a position of accessing big data. Big data will become more affordable and the small companies will have the capacity of implementing the data into their business strategies. This will, in turn, revolutionize the mode of doing business and customers’ interaction globally says Mampilly.
Paul Mampilly other prediction for the New Year is that the home appreciation rates will lose steam. Mampilly predicts that the booming housing business is likely to be affected come 2019. For the past decade, the real estate industry was doing very well, and homes in the U.S appreciated at a rate of 5-7 percent. The economy was doing great. As the value of homes rose the demand remained constant, and people were buying and selling houses after few years reaping in tremendous benefit. However, in 2019 the trend is going to change, and the value of houses will rise by 1.5 percent. It, therefore, means that people will hold onto their homes longer as selling it will be a loss. Can Blockchain Put an End to Identity Theft? Paul Mampilly Thinks So.
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