Jim Hunt is a very insightful and shrewd individual. His career has revolved around investing and making trades on prnewschannel.com that few other people would know about, and he’s been willing to share with others just how these trades are made. He was once interviewed by Ideamensch in which he answered questions about his business and how his personal time relates to it. For Hunt, it’s all about balance and spending ample time at work, while making sure family life also takes precedence. Jim Hunt has recommended people who are new to stock trading get started by reading Rich Dad, Poor Dad a guidebook to the importance of investing.
Jim Hunt VTA Publications has started a couple programs which he uses to show the fundamentals of stock trading and how simple he believes it can be when done right. The first is “Wealth Wave,” a program in which Hunt shows how money can be made even when a bear market is going to hit. His second program is “Making Mum a Millionaire” which shows how stock trading and math come together to reach millionaire status. Hunt says he did not start this program because of ambition, but rather to show just how 10 trades is all it takes to become a millionaire.
Jim Hunt VTA Publications has put out a lot of information and demonstrations on YouTube where he has compiled many videos, but he also started up a company that publishes distance learning courses on investing called VTA Publications. This company is based in the UK and their courses cover a variety of subjects available in both print and electronic media formats reported on slideshare.net. If you’re interested in forming a good retirement plan, you can learn about that in their course about retirement and the bible. Stock charts can become easier to read if you take their course on learning stock charts, and they have an additional course on little-known options and strategies for trading stocks. VTA Publications also hosts seminars in which expert investors and entrepreneurs lecture on investing and business tips, and these are all available for an extra price on DVD.