Senior Editor of Banyan Hill, Paul Mampilly has almost 26 years of expertise and work experience in the investment industry managing hedge fund portfolios. He worked directly with prestigious firms including Bankers Trust, Kinetics, Deutsche Bank, and Common Sense Publishing. Paul held positions as an assistant portfolio manager, senior portfolio manager, consultant, and senior research analyst. So, in the global markets and investment opportunities, he is on top of the latest trends with valuable information. In October 2018, he informs over 60,000 subscribers about a housing shortage for the millennials.
The millennials are the largest generation in American history who are the ages of 35 years and younger. It’s difficult for them to find houses that meet growing demand, especially in San Francisco and New York, Paul Mampilly stated in his article. He says the housing markets have been increasing for many years and purchases have declined because millennials are experiencing price-out. Paul Mampilly believes the solution to the problems in the market is homebuilder stocks and the construction industry. He advises investors to consider the home construction ETF because homebuilder stocks are coming back.
Paul Mampilly recommends home construction ETF almost three years earlier. He said the shares were down by 30 percent since the beginning of this year. He also suggested in August that ETF investments for holiday season are amplify online retail, Vanguard Consumer, and S&P Retail. Despite the challenges the new millennials face, Paul has faith in the rise in homebuilder stocks. When this happens, they will have opportunities to shop the markets that with reasonable prices for new and older houses.
India-born Paul Mampilly came to the United States and worked many years for Wall Street enterprises. Since joining Banyan Hill in 2016, his subscribers rose from 40,000 to over 60,000 by the end of 2017. He is Editor of Profits Unlimited, a popular newsletter published by Banyan. The publisher releases the weekly newsletter and mails to the subscribers with updated information about investments and stock performances. He also reminded his subscribers to stick with his advice for homebuilder stocks he recommended two years ago.
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