Entrepreneur Jim Hunt Is Interviewed By Ideamensch

Jim Hunt always seems to have an idea churning, and no matter how outrageous it sounds he seems to follow through. He’s an investor who used to work at a big bank, but quit after he saw how the banks cared more about making a profit instead of helping their customers. He has showed followers how to make the right investments even when a bear market is coming, and one of his latest endeavors is a plan to make his mother a tax-free millionaire, and only using 10 trades to do it. But the real question is what does Hunt do that creates his ideas?

 

Ideamensch is a blog for beginning entrepreneurs who need inspiration to get started, and Jim Hunt recently sat down with them to give his story. Hunt started up a company called VTA Publications, a publication company that provides a litany of information to interested investors and independent thinkers about how to beat the banks. A typical day for Hunt consists of getting most of his work done in the morning, and then a light lunch and then family time in the evening. Hunt stresses the importance of spending time with family as part of leading a successful life. Hunt says he has no regrets in how he’s lived his life, and his favorite book is Rich Dad, Poor Dad, the book that inspires his work.

 

Hunt is the CEO of VTA Publications, a place where users can order information about investing and financial services. The company helps make complex financial information understandable to the average reader, and helps them learn secrets that big companies don’t want them to know about. Booklets and CD multimedia that can be purchased from this company include retirement planning taken from the bible, learning how to trade using stock charts, information about little-known futures options and strategies, and recordings of seminars featuring some of the most knowledgeable business guests. VTA Publications ships these materials everywhere around the globe, and they can be ordered at www.vtapublications.co.uk.