Jim Hunt Demystifies the Stock Markets for Newbies

 

The best time to flip the TV channels is when the stock exchange news are about to begin. Let’s face it, equity markets, stock exchange and when to trade is just too complicated. Jim Hunt has a knack of demystifying these complex markets and dispelling our fears. In a nutshell, he explains by comparing the right time to trade to catching the perfect wave. He is the VTA Publisher’s advisor behind the book Wealth Wave that seeks to teach newbie’s all about stocks.

Jim Hunt is the CEO of VTA Publications, a firm that specializes in long distance learning courses through numerous publications, DVD’s, and webinars. They offer up to date information and take care to walk all their clients through their several products. He is a financial advisor with years of experience in the stock exchange and is by far the most famous when it comes to reasonable predictions of the trends in the equity markets.

VTA Publications motto is to break down the complex economic, stocks and finance jargons into layman language and introduces the ordinary individual to the endless world of finance and trade. Their best approach is digital outreach through the use of YouTube videos and physical by way of direct mail. Jim Hunt is quite a hit when it comes to offering vital investment information through YouTube.

Jim Hunt has launched one successful publication after another with his best-selling products being, Making mom a millionaire in ten trades, wealth wave, and retirement plans from the Bible. Their DVD collection consists of products such as How to buy stocks using charts, as well as a couple of financial seminar recordings with tips of how to be a pro in stock trade.

“Making mom a millionaire” is a step by step challenge of making a million bucks through the stocks market without paying tax using the YouTube platform in just ten steps.

He is nicknamed as the whistleblower because he spills the beans to the “little guys” from the wealth of knowledge he has acquired from working in banks.