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Ted Bauman: Investing All over the World

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Wouldn’t it be nice to go somewhere reasonable for sound investment advice? The problem with that is sometimes it is very unclear who to trust for such important financial decisions. “Banyan Hill Publishing Offers Investors Information They Won’t Get from Wall Street” discusses some of the reasons that investors might want to take a harder look at the work being done at Banyan Hill Publishing. The reason is that it employs superb professionals, such as Ted Bauman, to present information in a way that new and savvy investors can get excited about. Ted Bauman and other professionals who operate with Banyan Hill are beyond qualified to distribute such information to the public. Visit ideamensch.com about Ted Bauman In the case of Ted Bauman, he received a degree in economics from the very

Financial Analyst Ian King High On Cryptocorn

American Investor, Businessman, Cryptocurrency, Editor
Start-up companies that begin operations valued at over $1 billion are so rare that a common nickname given to these companies by venture capitalists is unicorns. In recent times, these unicorns are becoming more common. More than 275 companies worldwide fit the description of unicorns including well-known entities such as Uber and Pinterest. Collectively, these unicorns have a value of more than $965 billion after investments of $200 billion which reflects a return of 400%. The problem with these companies according to investment expert Ian King is that they are for the most part closed off to the average investor and made available only to venture capitalists and other individuals that are extremely wealthy. King, a financial analyst with more than 20 years of experience and an ...

Paul Mampilly laces up with New Energy and Sneakers

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Paul Mampilly is known for having a remarkable track record for picking the right stocks at the right time for enormous gains. No one really can figure out how he does it, but he has seemed to have attracted more than 90000 people to subscribe to his newsletter Profits Unlimited to gain his insight. Paul is also the founder of Capuchin Consulting where he provides investing ideas to professional investors. Paul graduated from Fordham Gabelli School of Business, and started his career in banking, quickly moved to managing multi-million dollar accounts, and then was recruited to become a hedge fund manager. In 2008 to 2009 Paul Mampilly received first place in the Templeton Foundation Investment Competition in which he invested $50 million and turned it into $88 million during the 2008-20...