Desiree Perez Is On The List!

Desiree Perez, Roc Nation’s Chief Operations Officer, makes the list of Billboard’s 2017 Women in Music. The exclusive list includes the who’s who in today’s music entertainment industry-inclusive of trendsetters, innovators, negotiators, and other key contenders. The noteworthy Desiree Perez has operated with Roc Nation, a leading music and entertainment label founded by Shawn Carter, alias Jay-Z, since 2009. The savvy businesswoman has orchestrated numerous deals for the mogul garnering his corporation millions in revenue. Desiree Perez, also known as Dez Perez in the music circuit, led initiatives such as Sprint’s $200 million capital venture with TIDAL, the robust streaming service sparked by Roc Nation. On the heels of that deal, artist Jay-Z’s 4:44 album reached platinum peak due to further promotional initiatives put in place by Ms. Perez and the Roc Nation Family. The 4:44 Tour grossed 21 percent higher sales than the previous 2013’s Magna Carter Tour. In addition, the shrewd negotiator has assisted in structuring the Beyonce Formation Stadium Tour. She has also heavily collaborated on the promotion of Rihanna’s Anti Tour with Samsung, which postured the singer as an A-list entertainer. Dez Perez has recently teamed up with superstar Mariah Carey for Time’s Up, the anti-sexual harassment movement. Ms. Perez extended her support as a consultant for the initiative, and she recently appeared at the Golden Globe Awards dressed in black as a display of her backing the cause. COO Desiree Perez is at the top of her industry, she steadily sets trends, she innovates remarkable strategies and negotiates deals fiercely. It is no surprise that she has landed as one of Billboard’s Women in Music.

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Paul Mampilly: American investment guru

Paul Mampilly is a respected American investment guru with over 25 years of experience trading in the stock markets. Paul who is also a senior editor at Banyan Hill has recently given his opinion about investment in cryptocurrencies. In an article published late last year, he compared investors in the cryptocurrencies to those who invested in the technology stock of 1999. The two investment are similar in all aspects. The mode of execution is also the same for the two. Paul Mampilly witnessed the 1999 stock bubble happen, and he is confident to say that cryptocurrency investment is a bubble that will soon burst.

In 1999 when the technology bubble happened, Paul Mampilly had stayed out of the investment just like he has done with cryptocurrencies. He does not own even a single Bitcoin or any other digital currency out there. He has his reason to believe that this is a bubble that will explode sooner than later. Paul Mampilly in his article, he has detailed how the stock bubble happened and why he believes that what happened then will happen again with the cryptocurrencies.The technology stocks had gone up by huge percentages just like Bitcoin and others today. The prices kept going up, and every time they increased a new batch of investors would be drawn into the investment. No investor wants to miss out on something that was gaining at the rate the stocks were gaining, or the cryptocurrencies are doing right now. As investors try to make some quick money in such investment, they fail to take note that they might be entering right at the end of the trend.

Many new investors are easily drawn in when the prices start going up rapidly. In an attempt to make quick profits new investors will join at just any point and without even conducting some research to know what are the market expectations. One thing with bubbles is that they draw investors in and then keep on giving false signals that the stock will keep going up. Investors hold on to their investments even as prices go down. With the hype surrounding bubble investments, every investor is always looking for prices increases and not decreases. So, when prices are going down, investors keep buying the idea that they will go up again. By the time, they wake up and realize the investment is going down, all their money is gone, and there is nothing to salvage.For Paul, Mampilly advice should be followed keenly by any investor who has invested in cryptocurrency. The same fate that fell the technology stocks is likely to happen again, this time in the cryptocurrencies industry.