Jim Hunt, an investment expert from VTA publications, has come up with a business challenge to show how easy one can create wealth within a short time using a stock trading system idea. To show how practical the idea is, Jim aims to use his mother as a model in the business idea.
The central theme in Jim’s Stock Trading system is making his mother a tax free millionaire in ten steps. Jim will post a video on youtube, and on Twitter, to prove the credibility of this idea. The first phase of this challenge has already been posted for viewing on www.MakeMumAMillionaire.com.
At first, the mission may sound complicated, but it is not. Jim simplifies the idea further by setting a starting capital that is affordable to most individuals. Entrepreneurs should set a target of doubling the amount ten times while compounding the profits. This will translate to a sum of one million pounds.
Jim’s stock trading system idea earns the tremendous amount using a proprietary method. To get the amount accumulating, you should select stocks that are more profitable.
Jim testifies that the major obstacle that prevents people from being millionaires is the thought that business is hard. Jim aims to break this barrier using a stock trading system whose idea is supported by evidence on a video on his official YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_8HMk0s_M9rk2KZWOOTrQQ
VTA is a non-fiction publisher of distance learning courses. It was established in 2012. The major goal of VTA publications is to provide its clients with latest economic and finance information. The information is outsourced from experts in the commercial and banking industries.
All the ideas published by VTA are outlined in simple formats that are easy to understand. Additionally, the company organizes business workshops that are geared towards increasing their clients’ market awareness.
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