Paul Mampilly Discusses A Microchip In His IoT Niche In Newsletters

If you haven’t heard of the full potential of blockchain yet, Paul Mampilly can tell you about it. Mampilly offers stock and ETF trading advice to his newsletter readers and the internet of things (IoT) has been one of his latest interests. He mentioned that blockchain has the potential to store information gained from a microchip and keep it from being altered, and he said if that chip were to be implanted in humans and used to verify who a person said they were, ID cards would become a thing of the past. Paul Mampilly did acknowledge that it could sacrifice privacy to do so, but if it added convenience he’d do it. He recommended an ETF in a semiconductor company that was innovating in that field as well.

Paul Mampilly believes everyone should be able to build their own wealth and control it without needing a big bank or stock broker to do it. For a while he was managing assets for big banks and very wealthy clients as a portfolio advisor for Deutsche Bank, ING and Banker’s Trust, and later as a director at one of Wall Street’s top performing hedge funds. Mampilly even earned a bachelor’s degree in finance from Montclair State University and later his Master’s in accounting from Fordham, and he also won an investment competition for buying stocks with $50 million in funds and growing it into $88 million. But he didn’t like the culture on Wall Street overall and wanted to help people who didn’t have deep pockets.

Paul Mampilly disappeared from the public spotlight for a few years and then placed out a video explaining that he was now living in an undisclosed location and spending more time with his family. He also explained what his newsletters at Banyan Hill Publishing Company were about and how you could see how he picked stocks by reading them. His portfolio has shown profits in all his investments, and subscribers have often expressed their delight at Mampilly’s advice. To find out what Mampilly is currently recommending, you can go to www.banyanhill.com or follow him on Twitter where his handle is @mampillyguru.

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