VTA Publications Limited was established in 2012 and provides information product services. It specifically publishes non-fiction distance learning courses while also organizing events for special genres. The company delivers it customers with information either digitally or physically mostly about finance and economics. VTA publications source its information from the very best in the respective fields to ensure the customers receive high-quality information in a simple to use formats.
Jim Hunt happens to be the CEO of VTA Publications a financial advisor. He is able to make great decisions in several markets having gained experience in the stock market. He also shares information concerning his investments via a tube account he created. The show is quite popular as he is able to dumb down trades for the average investor making it easier to make investment choices on Crunchbase. In an interview with Ideamensch, Jim Hunt states that his productivity arises as a result of setting goals which he strives hard to achieve. He is highly ambitious as he aimed to make a mother a tax-free millionaire in just ten simple steps. All this was meant to serve as a demonstration of how simple his stock trading system is.
The CEO explained that the process was not a hard as most people might have imagined it to be. He stated that he intended to make the project go through stocks that the company had been accumulating and stick with them as they steadily rose at http://www.vtapublications.co.uk/latest-articles/. He explained that he would pick the best stocks that will help meet his goal insisting that the exercise was all about certainty rather than time.
Jim Hunt also launched another program by the name ‘wealth wave.’ The project aimed at taking advantage of the fact that anyone can make money from a collapsing stock market on duedil. He stated that this strategy worked based on time and that the collapse of a stock market didn’t mean loss money but rather transfer the money elsewhere. He makes it his business to help the little people make that extra buck by taking advantage of the various ups and downs of the stock market.