Joe Fagan

Former Soccer Star, Now Soccer Fan


December 25, 2018

The Best Financial Advisor and Investor, Paul Mampilly

Paul Mampilly has risen to the to the prominent positions managing various banking firms. He mainly came to America for studies before joining the financial and business administration. Read on for more information about Paul Mampilly.

Paul Mampilly’s career development

Paul Mampilly was born in India and came to the USA as a youth to seek a college education. He has climbed the latter of prominence drastically for the last 25 years. He began his career in 1991 after graduating from college. He worked for Bankers Trust as an assistant manager. He then took his prominent position as the manager of dollar accounts for Deutsche Bank. He also manned the funds at the Royal Bank of Scotland, Swiss bank and Sears. After working at the banks and received many praises for his competence at his excellence work as a manager, the owners of the hedge fund a multibillionaire back admired him and finally hired him as their key manager.

The bank had a net worth of $6 billion, but under Paul expert management, it rose up to a net worth of over $25 billion. This astonishing growth made it be named by Barron ’s as one among the world’s Best hedge funds. It had an average of 26% returns annually during the tenure of Paul as the manager. Though the market was crashing in 2008 to 2009, Paul generated an impressing growth of 76% returns in one year. The initial capital was $50 million, but he raised it to $88million. This growth has made him a gold mine with his excellent reputation in the entire American region.

Besides managing for the banks and financial firms, Paul Mampilly’s investment accounts are remarkable. For instance, he invested and bought septa Therapeutics when it was very young. That was back in 2012. Surprisingly, he sold the same company for about 2.539% profit. He has also significantly invested in Netflix from 2008. He also produced a video that has grown viral. The video is called the internet of thing where he argues that when this is applied, investors will earn more than 800% profit. Currently, he is working at Banyan Hill Publishing as the senior editor. Paul offers advice on technology, investment, unique opportunities, and small-cap stocks.

December 21, 2018

JD.Com and Intel Get Together Again to Collaborate Technologies in Service of the Consumer

It seems as though JD.com is constantly being talked about these days; not solely because it leads the industry as China’s largest retailer; but also because the company is actually acting like a leader. JD.com, or Jingdong, is constantly finding new ways to use its state-of-the-ark logistics network and infrastructure to improve areas that would otherwise be only barely related to its market, such as food production or transparency in the medical field. Now, JD.Com has partnered with Intel to create a joint lab for the purpose of finding even smarter retail solutions using IoT, or the Internet of Things. Intel architecture shows that the Digitized Retail Joint Lab will seek to develop new and improved technologies, from next-level solutions for media and advertising to new, advanced vending machines.

Intel and Jd.com are working together on this project, after successful work as a team in the past including the merge of Intel’s OpenVINO architecture for computer vision and RRI edge computing with the in-place algorithms JD.com uses to analyze the traffic and purchasing habits of its customers; overall, to allow store owners to cater to the consumer needs. Though JD.com is a big player in the online retail game, it still cares about its own brick-and-mortar locations along with the existence of many offline stores in the country. The lab will combine JD.com’s and Intel’s collective strengths in order to create solutions for offline stores that competing online stores have by default, particularly with personalizing the shopping experience for consumers.

JD.com is the most influential retailer in China and leads the industry in data-driven innovation for both online and offline retail; said by Intel’s VP Wei Chen, Intel is thrilled for the next-level partnership with Jingdong.

JD.com preaches their RaaS Initiative, or the utilization of “retail as a service” to the consumers, and actually follows through by sharing the cutting edge advances in infrastructure and technology they have made with countless retailers through many industries, with the goal of revolutionizing global retail as a service. The overall retail ecosystem can be recreated in a sophisticated and advanced way using Jingdong’s capabilities and Intel’s technologies, bringing modernization to online and offline retail stores alike.

Details JD via Twitter : https://twitter.com/jd_corporate