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Paul Mampilly On Investing For The Future

Paul Mampilly is an American investor, former hedge fund manager, and the executive editor of Profits Unlimited, under the Banyan Hill Publishing banner. Since exiting from Wall Street, where he enjoyed an immensely successful career, Paul Mampilly has been providing sound investing advice to his growing readership, as well as heading the trading services, True Momentum, Extreme Fortunes, and Rapid Profit Trader. Paul Mampilly’s incredible track record has garnered him considerable clout within the investment community, and recently, he discussed his take on the fast-growing cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, as well as the “internet of things.”

In the final quarter of 2017, Bitcoin had risen upwards of one thousand percent, reaching a value of $11,000, making many of the early investors significant returns over a short period of time. Despite its growing allure and value, Paul Mampilly is of the belief that Bitcoin will eventually relinquish the majority of its positive gains, and advises that investors proceed with caution. In fact, he also believes that Bitcoin is in the midst of a serious bubble that is sure to burst in the near future. Likening Bitcoin’s current growth to the rapid rise of bubble stocks in 1999, Paul Mampilly believes that “the only news that is taking the price of Bitcoin higher, is the fact that the price is moving higher.” According to Mr. Mampilly, similar to all bubbles, investors will eventually begin selling-off their stock in Bitcoin, effectively reduce the value to pennies on the dollar.

Despite his negative feelings regarding Bitcoin, Mr. Mampilly is extremely excited about the prospects signified by the growth of the internet of things. The internet of things allows connected devices, such as smart appliances vehicle sensors, to communicate with each other, as well as with the people utilizing them. With a number of solidified corporations actively implementing IoT technology, many companies that manufacture these parts and appliances will see exponential growth, making ideal investments. The Pratt & Whitney PW1000G plane engine, which utilizes in excess of 5000 sensors, is helping to redefine the aircraft industry, thus, also helping to grow the suppliers of these sensors, tremendously in regards to investment value.

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Neurocore: Regaining Brain Health One Person at a Time

Calm and focus are the goals at Neurocore Brain Training Centers. Using neurofeedback technology, you can become more aware of your brainwave state. Using electrodes to provide information into a computer program, the software system will reward the client when the desired state is expressed. The client becomes more aware and can focus their attention on their current mood. Resulting in a calm response if anxious or an energized state if lethargic or depressed. Read more about Neurocore at glassdoor.com.

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Neurocore are changing lives by returning control of the most mysterious organ in the body. The brain is the command center of our lives. Using technology through biofeedback, we can allow the brain to do what it was designed to do. It is designed to efficiently exert control over the systems of our bodies.

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NewsWatch TV Lands Rave Reviews from Weekly Opinon

The online publication the Weekly Opinion came out with a positive review that found NewsWatch TV provide “tremendous value” and “great success” for its clients. Weekly Opinion looked at a seasoned player in the marketing arena and how they can help companies distribute a business’s message.

NewsWatch TV, according to the WO review, has more than 75 years of production experience that potential clients can access at the production company’s Washington D.C. base. The reviewer at Weekly Opinion highlighted the modern equipment and quality production standards while highlighting NewsWatch’s reach into more than 95 million households.

The W0 reviewer said reaching the television show’s large nationwide audience is affordable. This is compared with other avenues offering the same type of reach. Reviewers also focused on customer experiences with NewsWatch, which were positive.

Weekly Opinion gave NewsWatch an overall score of 9.6 points out of ten, citing the cost of a NewsWatch appearance may be too high for smaller or startup companies.

NewsWatch TV is an independent television production appearing weekly on the Ion channel and bi-monthly on the AMC network. The news magazine has produced thousands of stories about subjects from medical breakthroughs, finance, travel, entertainment, public policy and many other subjects since production began in 1990. NewsWatch recently celebrated its 1,000 episode.

NewsWatch TV also featured more than 650 entertainers over the years, including celebrities like Will Smith, Vin Diesel, Denzel Washington, Mila Kunis and other big names over the past year. The company is said to be one of the most successful television news magazines on the market since it started airing more than 25 years ago. The company’s cable connections give it access to nearly every market in the United States.

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Paul Mampilly and the Internet of Things

Paul Mampilly was a successful Wall Street investor. He managed many portfolios for the super rich. Eventually, managing the portfolios of the super rich became boring, and he left Wall Street. Paul Mampilly decided to venture out on his own and become an investment adviser to the mainstream Americans. Also, he wanted to spend more time with his wife and kids.

Paul Mampilly has taught his kids about investing. He thinks they have a grand understanding of the field. His kids understand investing and investment strategies better than some adults. This is because he taught them at a young age, and they learned from an expert.

Recently, Paul Mampilly has published articles on the Internet of Things. These are mega computers that work in smart appliances and fitness watches to name a few. The Internet of Things is something that is taking off slowly and is going to implode into a grander explosion than did the internet and personal computers of the 1990s.

Paul Mampilly was born in India. He grew up in Dubai. His father grew up in a developing area of India. He somehow got himself an education and started his family. Both Paul and his sister have a college degree.

After graduating from college Mampilly moved across the Hudson River where he had his eyes set on Wall Street. His career on Wall Street last until age forty-two. He has impressed many people on Wall Street with the exponential growth of many of the portfolios he managed.

He left Wall Street at forty-two to focus on family and the everyday American. The everyday American became his focus because he became overwhelmed and bored with servicing those who were already super rich. He wanted to spend more time with his family.

Paul Mampilly is an investor himself. He invested heavily in companies like Google and Facebook when they were fledglings. These decisions paid off, and he was able to retire at the ripe age of forty-two.

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Malcolm CasSelle, the Digital Entrepreneur

OPSkins is a global leader in in-game virtual assets sales. The company is also ranked as the top bitcoin merchant in the world. Under Malcolm CasSelle who is OPSkins’ CIO, the company has users worldwide who make payments across borders and has created a centralized protocol for such transactions. The founders of OPSkins are however launching WAX (Worldwide Asset eXchange), a blockchain platform for trading using virtual assets. The platform is set to be based on decentralized smart contracts and blockchain that will enable sellers and buyers to trade virtual holdings with each other efficiently.

WAX will allow users to turn their gaming assets into tokens and instantly purchase and sell their assets to other gamers. The platform, which is blockchain enable will allow its users to buy assets at any time without any hustle. The WAX platform will also help to solve the issue of with geographic fragmentation. The platform will have a common currency, the Wax Token, that will eliminate issues regarding FOREX which affects virtual asset markets.

Malcolm CasSelle is the CIO of OPSkins and presently the President of WAX. Under his leadership, OPSkins has grown to become the top marketplace for selling and buying items from video games online. Before OPSkins, Malcolm was the CTO and president of tronc, previously known as Tribune Publishing. At tronc, he oversaw the growth of properties influencing digital assets. Before this, he was GM and SVP of Digital Media at SeaChange. This was in 2015. Previously, Malcolm had digital startups including MediaPass, which was a leading subscription solution to many media companies. He also developed Xfire, a social network for gamers and Groupon’s joint project with Tencent in China.

Malcolm has actively invested in major companies like Zynga, Facebook, and numerous blockchain firms. When he joined the digital industry, he was the co-founder of PCCW, a telecommunications firm located in Hong Kong and is currently valued at approximately $35 billion. While at PCCW, Malcolm helped to raise billions for the company’s public offerings and millions for various private transactions.