Paul Mampilly is excited about 2019. The master investor and guru recently made ten projections on what to expect in the new year. As a respected source of investment information, and one who truly understand the paces of the market, Mampilly is definitely someone to listen to. Here are few of his 2019 projections.
Data plays a role in many of Paul Mampilly’s projections, but this is because it has changed the face of business. Companies always use consumer data to gauge sales. In the advent of social media such data has been in great supply. In fact, it has been in massive supply. One advantage bigger companies have had is access to this big data. They have the money and means to sift through it. Smaller companies have always been at a disadvantage because they lack the infrastructure. According to Mampilly this is about to change. New technology is making big data more accessible and affordable for smaller companies. This means that small companies will be able to advertise on the same level as bigger companies.
Paul Mampilly also sites that it is a good time to invest in business because of the political climate. Politics are more favorable towards business than ever before thanks to the current administration. This may not always be the case, which is why investing now is a good idea.
Finally, Mampilly spies a change in the way big business operates. As many large companies have shut down in the past few years those left behind have to change or die. This is due to the influx of online sales and the new modern market. Paul Mampilly believes that big companies are set to change their methods to adapt to the new way business is done. This means they will start acting like start-ups and offer the same interpersonal relationships.
About Paul Mampilly
Paul Mampilly is a master investor whose niche is in stocks. A veteran of Wall Street Mampilly worked for many companies as a manager for hedge-funds, money markets, etc. He is an expert in the ebb and flow of the market and a trusted source of many mid-level investors looking to make good on stocks.