Paul Mampilly is a highly successful investment adviser in the United States. He is one of the people who are respected when it comes to matters of finances. He regularly appears on business media to give opinions on various matters that are related to the business sector. He appears on business channels such as Bloomberg, CNBC and Fox Business News. Since he took up the decision of leaving Wall Street and concentrate on advising the average American investors, he has made a significant impact in the country. Many investors who could not make profits from the market are now making huge returns by following his advice. Paul Mampilly was born in India came to the United States at the age of 18 years. His initial intention was to pursue higher education, but after completing college, he decided to make the United States his permanent home. He joined a Bankers Trust is an assistant portfolio manager in 1991, and since then he has worked with many large financial organizations in the country. Paul Mampilly began various efforts to help the average American investors to understand what it takes to make profitable investments. Mampilly publishes materials through the Banyan Hill Publishing Company that are meant to inform the average investors on some of the opportunities that are in the market. He’s also trying as much as possible to help the average investors to understand how to analyze various investment options. Paul is respected, and any time he predicts the business sector, many investors follow him to the letter. In 2019, he has made some predictions that are likely to take place. These are predictions that every person who is making investments should consider before committing any funds. Paul Mampilly has predicted that 2019 will come with changes to the property market. For the past decade, there has been a significant annual increase in home value in the country. However, in starting 2019, the appreciation will stop, and now it will take more time for investors how to make money from their investments. In previous years, the average appreciation has been between five and seven percent, but from 2019, Paul Mampilly expects this rate to drop. From this change, he predicts that the spending power of many Americans will go down. Can Blockchain Put an End to Identity Theft? Paul Mampilly Thinks So.