Neither a bear nor a bull market will get Jim Hunt too excited because he always has a plan for investing no matter the circumstance. That’s why even when Donald Trump won election to the presidency this last November, he never panicked when the market took a bit of a tumble. Hunt certainly admits there’s going to be a lot of uncertainty in the coming months, but he believes it’s still a good time to invest in various sectors such as the industrial and technology sectors on dumbfunded.co.uk. Hunt even said that as much of a bear market has been expected, the stock market has seen even worse jolts in the elections of President Reagan and President Obama.
Jim Hunt became a self-employed investor because of the freedom it’s given him to live his life the way he chooses and have a balance between work and family, and also because he wanted to offer other independent investors the opportunities that big banks don’t. Hunt founded a company that publishes tips and learning tools about investing known as VTA Publications. The material is directed at ambitious individuals and risk-takers and it includes topics such as planning your retirement, using stock charts and executing trades, and seminar workshops from businessmen around the world. The knowledge in the materials has been compiled on prnewswire.co.uk from not only famous investors and their ideas, but also from old texts including the bible.
Jim Hunt has also put together video tutorials that he posts on YouTube describing stock trades that he makes, and about reading the numbers in the current markets. Some of the videos he’s put together have been a part of two projects he’s hosting on VTA Publications titled “Wealth Wave” and “Making Mum a Millionaire.” Hunt started “Wealth Wave” to educate his audience on where money goes in a bear market, and in “Making Mum a Millionaire” he applies multiplication to his stock trades and shows how just 10 trades with good stocks can make someone a millionaire. To see more of Hunt’s videos, get the latest updates on his work or order materials from his company, visit vtapublications.co.uk.