Stream Energy

Stream Energy is an institution that provides wireless, home, energy and protective services to customers. The institution has expanded over the years and currently has offices in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York.

Dallas Patch

Stream Care was featured on Dallas patch in 2018 for its philanthropic efforts. Stream Energy formed the Stream Care Center as a way of being socially responsible. Stream Energy, through the revenue they earn per year funds Stream Care to help people affected by natural disasters in different parts of the globe. The core aim of Stream Energy forming this initiative was to create a better world and get rid of homelessness and poverty. When people in Houston were hit by a hurricane, Stream Care provided emergency assistance and relief to the people. Stream care provided finance to the people as well as basic needs.

Other Charitable Efforts

Stream Energy is not new in giving to charity, and over the years since its founding, they have participated in some charitable efforts. They have partnered with various non-profit organizations that are involved in charity to improve the living standards in the country generally. Some of the organizations that they have partnered with are:

  • Habitat for Humanity: the Habitat for Humanity is a charity organization that strives to eradicate homelessness in neighborhoods. This they do by building and repairing homes for people by providing free labour. They also offer affordable mortgages to people to ensure they can afford to house and get off the street. Stream Care partnered with them and helped in providing free labour for the repairing and building.
  • Operation Once in a Lifetime: this is an initiative that helps veterans in Dallas. Stream Care partnered with them to provide transportation services to an event. Stream Care also catered for the event.
  • Salvation Army: this is an organization that provides emergency assistance to individuals, and in 206 when North Texas was hit by a tornado, they chipped in. Stream Care partnered with them to help those affected by the tornado and provide financial assistance.

Paul Mampilly Says Look Out For Amazon’s New Health System

Amazon already is a leader in most e-commerce and digital entertainment categories, and their partnership with Whole Foods has had a lot of speculation on the future of supermarkets. Paul Mampilly, a chief editor at Banyan Hill has informed readers about Amazon’s new partnership with Berkshire Hathaway and JP Morgan Chase and how this is funding a new way to buy prescription drugs that is causing a major disruption to the pharmaceutical industry. Many healthcare stocks have seen their margins go down, so Mampilly warns investors to take care when considering buying cheap stocks or ETFs. He does have words of optimism in that there have been companies such as Netflix and Kroger who have found ways to beat Amazon’s systems, and he says some drug store chains like CVS just might do the same.

Paul Mampilly had the understanding of the markets to see the dot-com crash of 2000 and the real estate bubble of 2008 happen before they did. He spent years lending his knowledge of the markets and offering top advisory services as a manager at several large banks including ING, Deutsche Bank and Banker’s Trust. Paul Mampilly was also a featured financier in Barron’s magazine in 2006 when he took over asset management at Kinetics International Fund, one of the top hedge funds at the time. He grew that hedge fund from $6 billion to $25 billion, and a couple years later he won a competition run by the Templeton Foundation in which he bought stocks with $50 million during the real estate crisis, and then made 76℅ in gains without shorting or buying high risk stocks. In 2012 Mampilly made news for predicting the boom of Sarepta Therapeutics and saw its stock grow very large.

Paul Mampilly eventually left Wall Street because he was never truly happy with his long work hours and only making money for the wealthy 1℅. So he began writing newsletters for Banyan Hill that readers from all backgrounds have been able to understand and learn how they can build wealth without needing a professional broker. Mampilly also writes free posts in Banyan Hill’s Daily Investor Sovereign.

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