Paul Mampilly is an editor at Banyan Hill Publishing. He shared some information on how to invest in future on 5th July. He introduced by stating how his kids were financially astute even at a tender age. In this publication, Paul informed them about investing, stock and finance over the years. He noted that he his kids are conversant in how investment works and are acquainted with money since his retirement. He said that he retired at the age of 42 after his incredible achievements in investments and his career as a hedge fund manager on Wall Street. He was an expert, and his kids learned a lot from him. Their level of understanding is far much better compared to many grown-ups.
Paul Mampilly always tries to explain the latest technological advancements to his kids first in case he finds it hard to tell his readers. His kids are quick to ask futuristic technologies related questions connected to investment. Paul Mampilly stated that it’s highly risky to invest in the future. The risk is grounded on the fact that some innovation may fail in the long run leading to the general failure of the investment. Despite that many innovations and ideas turn out as successful in their initial stages, most of them fail in the long run. Other technologies innovations are as a result of upgrade and advancement. Some of the ideas are expensive when it comes to establishing and maintaining them.
The other factor that leads to failure is that most ideas appear to be obscure to people such that they hardly develop a rigid market. Paul Mampily, however, pointed out that some of the futuristic technologies are likely to function properly and will turn out as good investments. In the past and reiterated recent article “internet things” was one of the major investment options that Paul Mampilly wrote about. “Internet things” incorporates the interconnected internet devices that have sensors, cameras or other technological devices involved in the collection and transmission of data. These gadgets have the potential to communicated with people or other related devices. An excellent example of these gadgets includes smart appliances, vehicle sensors, wearable fitness track, and much more related technologies.
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— Paul Mampilly (@MampillyGuru) September 5, 2018