Jim Hunt and VTA Publications Offer Education Leading to Financial Investing Success

 

Jim Hunt has devised a financial trading system with the help of publishing house, VTA Publications, that profits when stocks decline. Many people are warning of an upcoming global economic collapse and during this collapse, stocks will lose a considerable portion of their value.  Jim has covered all of this on YouTube.

The idea is not new. Jesse Livermore, the “Boy Plunger”, was a stock market trader who made several fortunes in the early days of the stock market on Wall Street. He would observe the rise of various stocks as investors; usually, rookies, put their hard earned dollars into stocks just because everybody else was doing the same. While investors would let their investment fortunes continue to increase over the long term, the traders knew it was time to cash in their positions for short term profit. Jim Hunt and VTA Publications have developed a system that makes money whenever the stock market goes down.

Historically investors put money in the stock markets because the standard model of a stock is to go from a low when the stock is first offered for sale to the public (IPO). From this point forward the stock should gain in value and over time offer great success to the initial investors and everybody else who has come on board since the IPO. Over the long term, this model is successful, but Livermore and other sophisticated investors like George Soros can tell when a stock, commodity, option, or Forex pair is about to collapse. Soros made $1 billion in 1992 on a single investment in the Forex market betting a particular currency, in this case, the British Sterling Pound would lose value.

But before a novice investor plays the market for real, they should open a demo account to see if their theories play out. Picking a top or a bottom of any single stock or an entire market in the case of indices is impossible. But investors can profit by a system of management for their investments. The age-old adage, “Let your profits run and cut your losses short.” may be the best investment advice of all time.

Website: http://www.vtapublications.co.uk

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